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Balboa

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  1. with the recent go ahead with gene science and cloning at least now we have the ball rolling. its just a waiting game. have a read of this by dr bernstien http://www.bernsteinmedical.com/hair-cloning/
  2. Keep posting Growhairinfront i know people may stumble across it and find it interesting maybe others like rhino don't. you may have guessed i like the rocky films:) anyways i remember watching a documentary with Stallone training session when training for the expendables movie. and Stallone is on HGH also im not sure what dose but i know its very expensive and you need to make sure its kept a certain temperatures and its very hard to stay fresh or stable as its easily spoiled. i know its tentative stuff to work with from what i read. but im sure you know alot more about the stuff than me. Stallone has had about 6 or more transplants in his time its fairly detectable and i don't think he would risk his hair falling due to HGH for what its worth if i had the money and knew the stuff i was getting was legit id probably consider it myself as an anti aging and to aid in my weight training. you sound very happy with your life and the way things are going for you so dont let anyone put you down. if you feel something is working well for you keep doing it, plus the fact the doctor is ok with it is all you need to know i dont think many people on this forum know all that much about HGH you will probably get a better idea using Google, but i guess you will have already done that a number of times.
  3. lol crossbow thats almost as ripped as stallone in rocky 4 :cool: but this does seem cheep for proscar. i currently take fincar but not sure if i trust it 100% i would prefer to be on something well know. how much does it work out for a years supply on what hes selling it at? cheers spex
  4. also to add if you joined you could help alot of people, as there is not that many options for people in Europe.
  5. OK i corrected my initial post as i actually meant a way to improve recipient site scaring in any hair transplantation method as like you said the tool to make the recipient sites is separate. i agree that the appropriate tools make a HUGE difference in the amount of scaring but i personaly think that diet after surgery can help you to heal better, as if your getting the nutrition the body wants i feel you can help improve scar formation, zinc is a well known substance that they say helps healing. this topic is not really about FUE its about improved healing from the surgery. @gothairinfront i am form the UK.
  6. I don't think it should matter about if or not there is a FUE only doc in the forum, i see it ridiculous to not allow or to not consider a FUE only doc into this community. more and more people will only go with FUE treatment these days and come onto this forum specifically to find surgeons who perform the best FUE work. I see it as quite silly to turn someone away from a forum or by making the clinic feel uncomfortable to join with the FUT vs FUE war. I think most people on here accept FUE now anyways as it has improved tremendously with the likes of SMG now doing FUE raising the standards. I actually find it quite refreshing to see a doctor that has chose to specialize only the one technique, as like they say practice makes perfect and if he is doing FUE all the time as the norm this should give him the edge over the doctors who perform both methods. We see this sort of thing in plastic surgery all the time, many docs specialize in one technique whether that being a nose job or a face-lift, there are drs all over the world who im sure only do one type of plastic surgery because they feel it is there best attribute. I think any Dr should be welcome to this forum if what they specialize in is above par on results. Providing Dr Keser keeps posting results on this forum so we get an idea on what his consistency level is then i see no problem with the recommendation, but i have to say at this moment in time there is not enough results to warrant this yet. as any clinic can dig a handful of brilliant results out of there archive. I have learnt since going to butcher Armani its safer to be skeptical about the good things you see and to make sure they turn out to be the glory they appear. i am a big fan of the ''wait and see'' approach. i would actually like to see other kinds of Drs enter this forum such as dermatologists etc who specialize in other kinds of treatments that relate with the hair-transplantation world. as i feel this would benefit repair cases. i suspect im not the only one who thinks like this.
  7. he looks to be doing very nice natural hairlines that i love the look of. i must say tho when from previous post i have to disagree with TC17 when he says alot of grafts are being used. i actualy think hes not using many considering how dence the results look. but like others have said when they say he hasnt used alot of grafts, there could be one main reason for these kind of results from not many grafts that has not been mentioned yet......Thick black middle-eastern hair could be the reason for such results. i want to see more results as i may even consider him myself
  8. that's what happens when the priority of the doctor becomes money over results and patient satisfactory. he made a name for himself to get people in and then upped his prices, paid sites to post lies to get more people in and then ****ed us all over with his shoddy fue work letting the techs do 90% of the work. and the 10% he does do (graft site hole punching) he cant even get right anymore. look at my wonky hairline it tells its own story.
  9. very interesting post thanks for taking the time to post that.
  10. SMG use Hypothermosol now i still dont know much on it but i was told by janna that they now use this rather than saline
  11. i want about 1000 FUE to thicken things up to an acceptable thickness to hopefully hide some of the butcher-work scaring from Armani. I am trying to figure out who i should go to. i will probably need 2 sessions from removing some grafts to sort the low hairline then back again to implant after healing so Europe would suit me much more. my shortlist is SMG (USA i know but i have only heard good words said about Dr. Shapiro and Janna one of there techs seems very caring and knows her work well. (unlike some techs) BHR Dr. Bisanga (very close to me would be very easy and save alot of hastle with travel although he is more expensive than SMG even after i take travel into account:confused: Feriduni (also Europe and close to me would be very easy again not traveling far.) not sure on cost at that clinic but he does seem to have some very good results and we don't get to see much of him on here i wish there were more to see. also is well known from good sources to be a very nice person and caring for the patient. i cant be doing with another arrogant cu*t like Armani again that kind of doctor winds me up too much. i need to sum up who is the best and well known for quality on these 3 parts. FUE (STRIP NOT AN OPTION FOR ME) REPAIR WORK NATURAL HAIRLINE DESIGNS I need the best of the best for all those 3 things i cant afford to be unhappy the 2nd time for sanity sake
  12. i want about 1000 to thicken things up to an acceptable thickness to hopefully hide some of the butcher-work scaring from Armani. I am trying to figure out who i should go to. i will probably need 2 sessions from removing some grafts then back again to implant after healing so europe would suit me much much more. my shortlist is SMG (USA i know but i have only heard good words said about Dr. Shapiro and Janna one of there techs seems very caring and knows her work well. (unlike some techs) BHR Dr. Bisanga (very close to me would be very easy and save alot of hastle with travel although he is more expensive than SMG even after i take travel into account) Feriduni (also Europe and close to me would be very easy again not traveling far.) not sure on cost at that clinic but he does seem to have some very good results and we dont get to see much of him on here i wish there were more to see. also is well known from good sources to be a very nice person and caring for the patient. i cant be doing with another arrogant cu*t like Armani again that kind of doctor winds me up too much. i need to sum up who is the best on 3 parts FUE REPAIR WORK NATURAL HAIRLINE DESIGNS I need the best of the best for all those 3 things i cant afford to be unhappy the 2nd time for sanity sake
  13. i thought i could take them its just after my first transplant Dr. Armani told me not to take any antinflamatorys very anoying i was given this advice as i could of improved the healing and had less scars. i am like you, i know my stuff when it comes to vitamins and health products. omega 3 i agree is very important not just for the anti inflammatory effects but the lubrication from the fats help the hair alot. i will get some newchaptor zyflomend for next time its fiull of natural anti inflammatory and they do work as they did wonders for my acne problem a few years ago. also will probably buy GraftCyte as an additional aid.
  14. lol was he yellow and goes by the name Homer no new info on the subject and i doubt there will be, however i will say i used to lift heavy about 4 years ago and i noticed that when i have up training my hair improved, i do not believe this was down to anything to do with whey protein or creatine. but i do believe what dekota is saying even tho many people disagree on here. BUT..... even tho i believe that more DHT is created i would not take more Dustasteride or Finasteride. i would just find out how long it takes the dust or finast to get into your blood stream from first taking it. and then do your weight lifting while the dust or finast is still nicely in the bloodstream and not when its half life is over. then you have done everything in your power. also look at it this way, if you were scared of whey protein and decided to give it up because you somehow thought it was linked to hairloss. then unless you replace it with another good quality protein then your body is going to be low on the protein it needs to help you recovery from your workout, and your body will take all available protein to aid in your recovery and leave your protein reserves empty for things that also need protein like SKIN and HAIR. you do the maths.... i say protein is very good for the hair, not its enemy (hair is made from protein so go figure) but like i said earlier i think the increased testosterone from lifting leads to increased DHT and then leads to accelerated hairloss BUT this will not affect you if your on the DUST or FIN.
  15. OK so i want to get a few things clear that may give me an advantage to healing better after the recipient sites are created around the hairline. this is a quote from a doc who posted on this site i have highlighted the main part. More than punch size , skin characteristics play a big role. Patients with white skin tend to have no visible signs of scars even with punch above 1mm. patient with dark skin ( indian , around Mediterranee sea ,...) tend to have white dots ( signs of scarring ) with punch even smaller than 1mm. The first factor that determines scarring is inflammatory reaction after a trauma .The bigger the trauma , the higher the inflammation . Each person react differently from trauma .After torsion of an ankle , you will observe different reaction from big swelling to nothing from one person to the other . We should be aware of it and try to decrease the inflammatory process ( control punch size , use medication to decrease the inflammatory process ,and so forth . In the same idea , we are using phototherapy with LED light to help control that . Scarring with FUE is rare and for those who have that ,we are coming with ways of treating it . My question is what about using anti inflammatory drugs or natural ones etc. after the procedure?? would that help or not? and if not why not, what complications can doing this cause. thanks.
  16. very good hair but like the other person says the before pics are in much brighter lighting than the post opp. its a bit annoying to see. still very good tho
  17. i think maybe ingrown hairs but if you post pics i think people will be able to give you better advice
  18. i want to revive this post as i would like to know how many grafts were used in this repair session thanks
  19. good find. i have a few more hairs to remove than he did quite alot more. from looking at the red blood dots after. dont forget i have scars to start with and that guy didnt realy have any. too be honest i think im going to go in to sort my hairline by removing the grafts by either laser hair removal or fueing them out depending on if the doc thinks its too much of a waste to laser them away. i need some larger grafts moving as theres some 2,s etc in the hairline and it looks harsh when i have cut the low hair away to see what it will look like when evened out again. there is 3 docs i am considering at this moment they are SMG, BHR and FERIDUNI but realy not sure yet i need to find out who is best at FUE smg have good price too. just wish the pound to the dollar exchange would get like it was then it would be easy to afford a 1000grafts with SMG bring back 2dollars to the pound.
  20. Einstein i may be wrong you know it may have been lanthanos who was asking me the questions all im trying to confirm is if it was you or not. surly thats easy to respond to? cheers.
  21. no doc has the right to ruin lives but they constantly get away with it! I cannot believe how much this reminds my of the Alvi Armani clinic. same kinda of fancy website to attract the youngsters with flashy models with great hair. then the same crappy responses to any legitimate question, just ignoring any question they cant answer. sounds just like Pats from Armani i wouldn't even be surprised if it turned out Antonio Armani owned dhi they sound like the same soul destroying group of people to me.
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