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  1. I wonder whether HT surgeons will offer post-virus specials to try to make up for lost surgeries during crisis? They could build some awesome goodwill.
  2. Just think of the positive---more time for your gf to run her hand through your abundant locks.
  3. I hope you are right about a vaccine soon---it is, like you, say, being fast tracked. Moderna Therapeutics, started human tests today. Company says the vaccine has been made using a tried and tested process, but won't be available to public for a year. Can't believe they won't bring an effective vaccine earlier for those at risk. The effects of this could really be dramatic, especially if we have a repeat in the fall.
  4. Great doctor choices. I wouldn't let schedules dictate; hopefully time is on your side. Get on one one of the doctor's schedules and try meds to stabilize. Look at the doctor's hairline results and let that be your guide. I think FUT makes sense if you are not likely to cut short.
  5. While we all agree HTs are truly optional, this guy with already great hair will have an even better hairline with the right surgeon. I would probably go for it--under the principle you are only young once and the camera shines bright on great hairlines. The key is to choose the right surgeon. Did you get an answer on the shockloss problem--my guess is there will be a temporary setback while the new follicles grow? You will also have some downtime with scabbing, redness, etc.
  6. Let's face it, most men don't like being bald. Baldness can make one look older and less suave. The industry to cure it attracts lots of charlatons, snake oil salesman, and faux cure peddlers. If there was a magic elixir, we would be all over it. Hair transplants work---I am living proof as does propecia/minoxidil. Just like in any field,, there are good, bad and so-so practitioners. Doctors come in all flavors, too. Since there is no AMA board specialty for hair transplants and it is basically elective cosmetic surgery, you get plastic surgeons, dermatologists, family practitioners, and ER d
  7. Carolina Hair's results look very impressive. Nice and natural; good artistry.
  8. How many days do you recommend staying around clinic after surgery? Did you wear a cap or bandana afterwards?Did you try MSM?
  9. Have you made an appointment--I know that you had a mess up with Diep regarding payment in advance, Who are you going with?
  10. We all wish that HTs produce instant results. Another 4.5 months and you should be a happy camper, Hairs grow over time...and by the way, watching them will not speed things up. kind of like boiling water, Stay tuned to be gratified.
  11. Tell him you will give 1 more month----and expect a 100% refund if still unsatisfactory---otherwise, you will share results and his name on hair forums. Either he stands by his work, or he doesn't. If you buy a computer and its performance is subpar, would you accept a partial refund?:eek:
  12. Tis the season---treat yourself. Yes, your hair looks good.But can it look better? I think so in the hands of the right surgeon----and you can fix the areas that bother you. What's the downside? Cost and a few weeks of healing for long- term improvement, If there is no more balding, you will have just improved a maturing hairline. This is cosmetic surgery. Do what makes you feel good.
  13. Konior possesses this important combination in spades. Really--is there anybody better day in, day out? The results speak for themselves. He deserves the admiration he gets.
  14. Glad you are back posting--and glad to hear the trial is going well. I have read several if your posts and I respect your knowledge and candor. Forum users will benefit from your advice,
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