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Raymond92

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  1. hello, I just read this article, which is undoubtedly very tragic. What do you think of this article?
  2. I jus read this article. I v been on finasteride one month. What are your thoughts on this?
  3. If I leave it a little longer, it looks like this in the front, I would like a different hairline for the repair procedure, because it is very front.
  4. hello guys, i'm in my 7.5th month now. I decided to cut it one by one because when it was big, it looked awful because of the multgrafts, and it was very rare anyway, especially in the crown area. I started finasteride (1.25 mg daily) about a month ago (no side effects). My question would be that the pictures I attached. Based on what you see, do I have enough donors left to correct a good surgeon in the future? Or can finasteride be effective?
  5. @Melvin-Moderator you're absolutely right. I was very naive and thought it was a routine intervention. And it’s very disturbing that there are so many profitable, bad clinics that take advantage of people’s credulity and attract them with cheap marketing gimmicks. It sure is a lifelong lesson for me. I will fix it in the future, but in the meantime I will have to endure this hairline for a while.
  6. If I comb it off, it is very rare. The crown area has grown almost nothing. And my donor area was also very mutilated. In the future, I think beard grafts can be repaired by a good surgeon
  7. Yes, unfortunately I was very naive. I thought this surgery was just about taking the hair out of one of the hair and then putting it where it wasn’t. I had no idea it was one of the most complicated aesthetic surgeries. And it’s terribly annoying that these many fake clinics are actually ruining human lives with their bad work. In the future, I would definitely like to correct this bad result. But how is the repair process? Who can take multigrafts from the front and replace them with the right ones? Can they still make a natural hairline for me?
  8. Hi guys. Unfortunately, my hair implant is not going well. Now I realized how bad a decision I had made. My hairline was pushed very forward and the front was full of multigrafts. It doesn't look very natural. I was too naive when I went to Turkey and thought it was a routine operation. I made worst decision of my life for sure. Although, it really doesn't matter what clinic you graduate from. Do you think a good clinic can fix this bad job in the future?
  9. so can it even take a year for it to recover completely?
  10. Usually, how long does it take for shock loss to recover? I read one for three months, but one for half a year
  11. @SingaporeHairTransplant Congratulations, you have a great result and it is a special pleasure that the scarring is not visible. I am very happy for you, I wish you all the best!
  12. and even more interesting is that I seeit thickening more on one side than on the other
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