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About PascalTheCosmonaut

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  1. Thanks for the advice guys. I've emailed Dr.Bhatti and he agrees that waiting a year or two is the right decision. I did want to rebuild my temples and corners without lowering my existing hairline though. I did not think that simply extending my hairline to my temples would be aggressive, but most of the people that I've spoken to seem to suggest that I wait. So I guess I'd wait.
  2. I've been told this before, and I frankly remember Dr.Bhatti writing to me that I could not do a procedure and style my hair properly to hide the recession in my temples. But I do feel that getting a small procedure done along my hairline would frame my face properly. Honestly, it seems like I want it done more than not. Would a 1000-graft procedure really hurt my prospects of getting another procedure done, say, 5 or 10 years down the line?
  3. Hello all! I've been reading this forum for a few months now, and I've finally decided to take my case to Dr.Bhatti, and this was after extensive research online and following this very network. I'm 24, I know this might sound early but I'm not looking to lower my hairline - I'm only looking to fill in my corners and temples. I spoke to Dr.Bhatti over email about my case and he estimates around 1200 grafts to fill in the same areas. I haven't had extensive hair loss, genetic or otherwise, I suspect that a bad lifestyle & stress factors played a major role in me losing hair from about 2 years. Ever since I started eating and sleeping well, things have drastically come under control. Would love to hear this forum's comments/suggestions. I know that Dr.Bhatti's representatives are here too, I'm looking forward to hearing from them as well. Please find pictures attached. Also, could any of Dr.Bhatti's patients guide me on where I could find affordable stay? Regards!