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  1. Well, okay I've heard that before. It doesn't matter. What I need to know is how many grafts I might need, how much it would cost in Turkey, and a few recommendations for who to pick? Thank you!
  2. Hi everyone. No men in my family have baldness. I have 6 uncles, all with super thick hair. But I'm balding because all my life I used to habitually scratch at and pick at my scalp. I've reigned it in but I've taken to shaving my head. Check my pics. You can see it's instigated baldness, but it's not necessarily typical, its in patches. I can actually still grow hair, but my hairline is uneven in the front when I do, and people constantly stared at my scalp, rather than in my eyes. I'm 40 now. I think the major loss has stopped now. I want to fix my hair. I'm very close to Turkey at the moment and I hear it's the place to go for treatment. I want a transplant. I know there are different Can any of you give me an idea of the cost to thicken this up, fix my hairline? How long is the waiting list usually? I could go to Turkey tomorrow if I wanted. I've attached a few pics. Any advice on who to see, price, and if I look like a good fit for this treatment, please let me know. Thank you.
  3. Bummer. It can be fixed with hair transplant though?
  4. For years I've been a compulsive head scratcher. There is no baldness in my family at all, yet my hair is dissappearing. I'm 36. My hair should actually be really thick, but all through my twenties I would scratch and pick at my scalp and now it's damaged. Started at the front but I recently shave my head and as you can see in the pic, it's patchy and thin all over the crown. I was thinking of going to Thailand to get hair transplant. Could this be fixed? How much do you think it would cost?
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