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Spidey

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Spidey last won the day on July 13 2018

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About Spidey

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Country
    Canada
  • State
    AL

Hair Loss Overview

  • Describe Your Hair Loss Pattern
    Receding Hairline (Genetic Baldness)
  • How long have you been losing your hair?
    In the last 10 years
  • Norwood Level if Known
    Norwood II
  • What Best Describes Your Goals?
    Maintain Existing Hair
    Considering Surgical Hair Restoration
    I'm here for support

Hair Loss Treatments

  • Have you ever had a hair transplant?
    Yes
  • Hair Transplant Surgeon
    Dr. Victor Hasson
  • Current Non-Surgical Treatment Regime
    Rogaine Foam
    Nioxin Shampoo

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  1. I always knew he used quite a bit of concealer. You can tell bc there were a disproportionate amount of actual hair strands (very few) when's styles vs how dense and dark the scalp looked. Hes how old now? Probably doesn't even really care anymore if he's going out in public like that. Of course, the lighting is horrible and it probably doesn't look half as bad in real life.
  2. For 7 mths you definitely need to give it more time. The hair is still shorter than the rest of the hair on your head and needs to grow out. Wait until about 12 mths to make a fair assessment.
  3. Just realized u meant hasson OVER Wong. Not hasson and Wong. I was actually assigned to hasson by default. I didn't choose. But I don't care who I had, but looking back I'm glad I got hasson bc I like his hairline shapes better. So it worked out.
  4. I think I was told 3 weeks or so. I only did for about a week. Like you said half life is only 24, but not sure if it has to do with what the formula does to the scalp as well... Better to ask your doctor. I know increased blood flow can cause grafts to pop and excessive bleeding.
  5. Smp has also come a long way if done by someone good and can camouflage the due scars pretty damn easily if needed.
  6. I'm a strong believer that it's not good for you regardless of whether you show obvious side effects. I'm not a fan of anything that messes with hormones. My hair loss is slow enough for me not to be too concerned. I may opt for one more procedure as a touch up but that would probably be the extent of it. If by the time I'm in my 40s and my hairloss progresses even further, I'll just accept it and carry on with my life.
  7. 😂😂. I agree though another awesome result. Small procedure similar to mine too.
  8. Well since we're all quarantined.... Here's a 5 year update. It's four mths shy but whatever... I've noticed that the minimal native hair in my recipient area that Dr Hasson transplanted around have likely thinned out. As a result the density isn't as full as the first two years post op. That or the transplanted hairs have become less crinkly and thick and smoothed out to the point that it doesn't look as dense. Either way I still think it looks good and am happy, even five years later. I'm interested to see how long my surrounding native hairs will last before I will need a touch up/ second procedure. I'm glad my hair loss is this slow where I don't need a touch up even after five years later. These pics of of my hair dry and no product. I should really take a picture of my hair with product but am too lazy.... Oh ya. I'm still doing minox foam once a day and kourosh dht blocker once a day. Both before bed. I've started dermarolling with 1.5mm needles once every 2 weeks or so in the area directly behind the recipient area. Been doing this for about two mths now to see if it'll help keep those native hairs strong.
  9. It does, depending on how your government reacts during these times in terms of they do to assist their people financially etc. If you're hung out to dry then of course things will go sour fast.
  10. Totally depends how your government/country reacts to this. There are ways to deal with times like this. Everyone has to help one another. As I said in my initial post, this will really show someone's / a country's true colours.
  11. Well I think your opinion would change if you lost a loved one due to this virus. And that's the problem with the world we live in. People care more about material things than the lives of others. It's easy to armchair qb when the decisions you make are what to have for breakfast and what to wear to work for the week, and not deciding what's best for the country or world.
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