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About scooby4403

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    United States
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Hair Loss Overview

  • Describe Your Hair Loss Pattern
    Receding Hairline (Genetic Baldness)
    Thinning on Top only (Genetic Baldness)
  • How long have you been losing your hair?
    In the last 5 years
  • What Best Describes Your Goals?
    Maintain Existing Hair

Hair Loss Treatments

  • Have you ever had a hair transplant?
  • Current Non-Surgical Treatment Regime
  1. I have a question, If I do get a small FUE procedure to conceal the scar will it be super noticeable if I ever razor shave my head? And by this I mean first, will the donor site scars be super noticeable? or because there will be so few will it almost be impossible to see. And secondly will the implant sites in the scar look different than my native hair? Just thinking about this as an option, but I do not want to do something that will just lead to more anxiety as most "solutions" regarding hairloss lead to haha.
  2. Thanks man I appreciate it. I agree, most people look at me like I'm crazy when I tell them I'm losing my hair because I'm able to style it a certain way along with toppik that its not super noticeable. And my girlfriend tells me im stressing over nothing, but it's hard being 26 and feeling unattractive and lacking confidence. I'm sick of feeling like I constantly have to hide something. My buddy just buzzed his head and I think he looks great, I envy his courage. I'll do it eventually, I just want to make sure I'm ready for the change. This site definitely helps, I never thought I'd
  3. Thanks for the reply, you're right.. I am worrying about nothing. I'll see how it looks after the buzz and go from there. I need to quit worrying what other people think... If only it was easier to do that haha.
  4. Thanks, yeah I know what you're saying.. It's not that big of a deal but just something that bothers me. The whole buzzing my head thing is already giving me anxiety because there will be no more "hiding" my hair loss, I'm really hoping it makes me feel better about myself and relieve some of the stress that constantly trying to conceal or keep my head down so the wind doesn't blow my hair has caused me. I guess we will see. I guess the scar just adds to the anxiety and is another thing to draw attention to my head lol. I will try the concealer at first and then if I feel like it's neces
  5. Thanks man, I looked into buying that before but I wasnt sure what color I should get. Was leaning toward medium brown but maybe I should get light brown if my hair is going to be really short? Any ideas?
  6. I have been receding slowly over the past 5 years and this past year it has really started to go quick. The front is very thin and I have quite the "M" shape up front. I'm not going to lie.. this whole process has killed my confidence, made me anti social, afraid to go outside when it's windy, just afraid of most situations. It's quite pathetic and I've decided just to buzz this shit and deal with it. One thing that is holding me back is the (non H/T related) 1.5" scar I have on the right side of head from a surgery that I had to have done. I want to buzz my hair pretty short but I don't want
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