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  1. I've tried dermarolling, as well as min for 3+ years, and finasteride for the past 1+ years, but never saw any visible regrowth from anything unfortunately. It bothers me enough that I've tried all these things, spent countless hours staring at it in the mirror, worried about how much I'm shedding and if the areas are getting worse, and spent more time than I'd like to admit styling my hair to conceal the areas. At this point, I think it's worth it for me. Thanks for your feedback! I do like to wear it shorter a lot, which makes me definitely favor FUE. I think at this point the
  2. I understand why you'd say that based on the first picture which was taken head on (and also with my hair worn in a way that helps conceal it), but I feel like the thinning is pretty obvious in the other pictures. I can't wear my hair back, or have a side part without those thinned corners being extremly noticable. I've done online consults with some of the most reputable clinics in North America, which are very prominent on this forum (not sure if it's appropriate for me to name names). All have said I would be a good candidate for surgery, and have given me recommendations typically
  3. Hope it's ok to bump this once more if anyone else can weigh in
  4. Thanks for the replies. I've been using minoxidil for about 3 years, and finasteride for the last year. Neither showed any noticeable improvement. I think minoxidil may have given me some regrowth at first, but I think I've probably already lost whatever gains I may have had from it. I've also tried microneedling, but was never able to consistently commit to it. Never saw results from that either. I've had those minaturized hairs in the corners since I was 30 or 31 (when I first noticed I had any kind of hairloss). Those areas used to be just as dense as the rest of my head, but I no
  5. I'm 35 years old, and I'd like to fill in my hairline in the areas that are clearly diminished to have a full and thick hairline. I've had a few online consultations now, and estimates have ranged from 1000-2500 grafts. I'm lost on how much I'll really need, which is also affecting my decision for FUT vs FUE. If I only need fewer grafts (~1000), then I'd prefer to opt for FUE. At ~2000+ grafts, FUE seems like it's no longer a good option due to the increased cost and the damage to the donor area. You can see in the first picture, it doesn't look very bad when my hair is coming forwar
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