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Steeeve

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Steeeve last won the day on February 24

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About Steeeve

Basic Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Country
    United States
  • State
    TX

Hair Loss Overview

  • Describe Your Hair Loss Pattern
    Receding Hairline (Genetic Baldness)
    Thinning or Bald Spot in the Crown/Vertex
  • How long have you been losing your hair?
    10 years +
  • What Best Describes Your Goals?
    Maintain and Regrow Hair

Hair Loss Treatments

  • Have you ever had a hair transplant?
    Yes
  • Hair Transplant Surgeon
    Dr. Bernardino Arocha
  • Current Non-Surgical Treatment Regime
    Propecia (Finasteride)
    Generic Minoxidil 5% for Men

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  1. I absolutely am going to continue on with my hair journey! I honestly don’t know when anymore. I was laid off from my job on the 18th last month and I don’t know when I’ll go back or if I’ll even have a job to go back to. Thank you for the compliment, though. I really appreciate it.
  2. Considering that I’m about 6 and a half inches taller than the guy and probably outweigh him by roundabout 40 lbs...I feel pretty safe. 😂 I’ve been compared to other actors my whole life. I’ve been working at this since I was 14. I’ve never been compared to him so that’s a first but my whole life people have said, “oh you look like ‘this guy’”, or, “you remind me of ‘that guy’”, and the gamut runs wide. I’ve always been very slender and fit so as I got older and my hairline really started to recede I would get Michael Fassbender a lot. When I was younger and my hairline was still soft and boyish people would tell me I resembled a young Michael Douglas. None of it has ever bothered me but I have always found it interesting what people see. Im going to have get an overhaul on my hairline and not post it here! Just put a good hairpiece on my crown! Haha!! The members of this forum really are eagle eyed! We can spot something off a mile away OR you guys could potentially see me on the screen one day 🤞🏻🤞🏻and go, “hey wait a minute”. Or maybe I’ll just brave through it and post a picture. I’m not brave enough yet, though. 😬🤷🏼‍♂️
  3. 🤣 Yeah, man! You bet. It’s just an opinion. That’s all I have to offer but I do think you’re headed in a good direction. I purposefully asked my doctor to hold off on my crown but, honestly, I can’t wait to close it in!!
  4. Hey @Cahustler! I saw your question about your scar over on Tbcruz’s page. I thought I’d answer on your thread to take up less real estate on his. I don’t think you should worry about your scar just yet. I don’t think you should worry at all, really. It looks like you’re dealing with a little bit of shockloss back there and that’ll make it harder to hide right now. Once it clears up it should be a little easier. Your scar, in particular, looks great! It’s nice and thin still. At your point, during my journey, my right side had already widened up more than I would’ve liked. Some people really can hide the scar with a short haircut, there are quite a few documented on here, but most people have to leave their hair at about a grade 4 to sometimes longer. Some guys can get it down to a 2 or a 3. I feel like a grade 4, though, is still nice and tight. If you really spend some time on here you’ll come across them. Right now we’ve got a lot of time on our hands! Again, my scar is a little wider on my right side than anywhere else on my head so I can’t cut it any shorter than a 5 but I like my hair longer anyway. My shockloss really started to be less noticeable around months 4 or 5 and by month 6 it really wasn’t a problem. It’s impossible to say when your scar will fully mature but most stop worrying about it around 5 to 6 months and by a year you probably won’t even care unless you’re trying to cut your hair super short. Here’s my thread. I wouldn’t compare our journey to one another’s. They’re bound to follow different timelines but I did a fairly decent-ish job of documenting my scar up until I stopped looking for it. Maybe it’ll give you a better idea or put your mind at ease if you’re really thinking about it a lot. Looking back, my scar was already showing signs of what it was going to do at 2 weeks. My opinion is that your scar looks great and I really don’t see a reason why it would stretch out or cause any problems as long as you follow your doctors orders. I’ve been following your journey so far and look forward to more updates. 🙂👍🏻 Happy Growing!
  5. @Guy73 It really does look great but I understand where you’re coming from. At 6 months you absolutely still have more time for growth and maturity. I’ll definitely be following along. I really appreciate Dr. Nader’s work.
  6. Wow. @Lennney I just went through your journey. Congratulations, man!! What a transformation! Dr. Bhatti did some work on you, man, and it turned out INCREDIBLE!!
  7. I agree with this 100%. I don’t think it can be overstated enough.
  8. Just use the search tool at the top and type in ‘Nader’. You’ll find quite a few threads. You really have to root through them as a lot of guys start a thread and then don’t return to follow up.
  9. Very favorable lighting coupled with pics that are bit potato-y and quite a bit of lift/bounce: 👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻
  10. I don’t think the forum has ever tried to get him recommend by the members. You’re results are tremendous. That mane of yours is awe-inspiring. Congratulations!! I hope you continue to update the forum. I’ll be following along!
  11. I couldn’t agree more. Especially for guys with higher norwoods. I chose FUT for my first and I plan to max out strip before I move over to FUE. There are definitely guys who are pro FUE through and through and there are definitely doctors who are extremely proficient in getting higher yields than others with FUE but I don’t regret going FUT first.
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