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  1. Actually I consider Dr Keser to be one of the proven harline experts. Thank you!
  2. Hm, this is probably the most similar pics I have from pre Finas, around six months later from the previous pic a posted.
  3. Thank you all for your thoughts. Appreciate your honesty. @Mick50 and @JeanLDD, I'm pretty sure I've always had that gap in the middle, even as a kid. So I don't think that part is due to hairloss. Of course, if I had a bad transplant I would feel devastated. Thanks for being honest, I asked for your opinions and I'm glad you shared yours. Btw, here's a pic of the hairline before Finas, 3,5 years ago. I have been taking Finas for almost 2 years now. No sides, so I keep on going. And as i wrote in an earlier post I think I might have regained some in the hairline. Hard to tell from pics, but when I see this I feel like it was worse back then.
  4. Thanks for your opinions. It's bittersweet. I'm glad that you think my hair still looks too good for a HT, but it's difficult to "accept" since it bothered me for several years. No Shifty, I am definitely not trolling you guys. Yeah, I still have a lot of hair on my head, but I've also have a very receding hairline, and it got this worse when I was like 21 I would say. I think it's a bit more stabilized now thanks to Finas, and as I wrote earlier, it might even be better and more dense thanks to Finas. Melvin, kind of a odd comparision, don't you think? Not everyone at this forum, or people who would like to have (or at least think they need) a restoration of their hair in general, has a NW4-7. It's tough as it is thinking about my hairline as a disaster for several years and not really know what to do. It's weird, I really should be happy with all of you giving compliments about my hair and situation, but it's kind of bittersweet, as said earlier. Strange! But I know, that's why I asked for your opinions and help, and I'm very thankful for that and very glad people taking their time.
  5. Another picture. Wet hair and focus on the side that's worse. It's hard to be fair in pictures, I've discovered. I think my situation in real life is a bit worse than my pictures are able to show.
  6. Thank you all for your answers. You seem to agree with each other. I'm on finasteride, and I have been for around 16 months I would say. I have documented my situation with pictures from May 2015 and it's hard to tell just from pictures, but I think I've maintaned the hairline (it might even got a little bit better since I started with the medication last year). Thats why I've started to think about doing a hair transplant, since my situation pretty much looked the same for several years. Would you change your mind if I say i'm soon to be 27? ? All jokes aside, I appreciate your answers and your opinions very much since it's a big decision.
  7. Hi you guys! I’m in a pretty intense stage where I’m looking for the right clinic to visit for the treatment of my hairloss. I thought I had made up my mind, but I’m not so sure about my decision anymore. I was planning on going to Turkey, and that has not changed. I have a hairline issue, and suffer from hairloss in the front area. I'm 26 years old and I’ve been looking the past years after the right clinic and I’ve had like two och three clinics in mind all these years. For the past week I've been in contact with a clinic (I don’t know if it’s necessary to mention the which one), and they recommend like 1800-2200 grafts in the frontal area. I was happy with that number, but on the other hand, I think I’ve never seen this clinic work with the small number of 1800 grafts. And that’s probably my biggest fear. Because of that, I started to look again at Dr Keser, who almost all the time work with that amount (give or take 200 grafts). I’ve had a hard time finding results from Dr Keser, but a few days ago I made a bigger effort. And I would definitely consider myself as a ”Dr Keser kinda patient” according to my research so far. I would like you hear your opinions on my case, what do you think based on the pictures below? Does Keser sound like a good option? Regards!
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