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  1. To everyone, I'm new to the boards and would just like to give everyone a big HELLO. We're all in this together. I've been browsing and reading. It's great to have a place to come with people in the almost same boat as me. I've always had a high hairline.. um in middle school I remember seeing other kids "square" type hairlines and this one kid said yours isn't like mine when I asked him which cut he got(random story). But I didn't notice it. Then in highschool at about 16 years I got a shorter haircut and thats when it all started. This "friend" was like dude your going bald man. And I saw how high my hairline was. And since then its been moving back. Not too fast but hell I had to deal with people calling me "Robocop" in highschool man.. the locker rooms where people would come by and just pull my hairline back to laugh. And here I am 21, every time I get all dressed up and comb my hair, the first thing I see people look at is my high ass hairline when I meet them. I see my girlfriend looking at it. I know it bothers her cause she will only post certain angle/pics on her myspace of us where it looks like I got a normal hairline. Hell it bothers me greatly. So my question to you gentleman is what is my best option? I'm very scared of taking drugs for side effects. This whole thing has me so down. I mean I'm 21.. some people go bald at like THIRTY and it bothers them. I've never gotten to feel confident in my hairline even in my prime years and comb my hair back. It sucks 4x as worse. I could have dealed with it at 30+ easily man.. easily. I was honestly thinking of a HT by Dr. Limmer in San Antonio texas (I live south of houston, if you know any other reputable surgeons) when I was like 23-24 and then one later on to fill in the back( none has gone from the crown but my hair on top feels thinner than sides). If you're still reading, I really appreciate you taking your time to read and help another human being who you don't know. This is so mentally defeating at 21.
  2. To everyone, I'm new to the boards and would just like to give everyone a big HELLO. We're all in this together. I've been browsing and reading. It's great to have a place to come with people in the almost same boat as me. I've always had a high hairline.. um in middle school I remember seeing other kids "square" type hairlines and this one kid said yours isn't like mine when I asked him which cut he got(random story). But I didn't notice it. Then in highschool at about 16 years I got a shorter haircut and thats when it all started. This "friend" was like dude your going bald man. And I saw how high my hairline was. And since then its been moving back. Not too fast but hell I had to deal with people calling me "Robocop" in highschool man.. the locker rooms where people would come by and just pull my hairline back to laugh. And here I am 21, every time I get all dressed up and comb my hair, the first thing I see people look at is my high ass hairline when I meet them. I see my girlfriend looking at it. I know it bothers her cause she will only post certain angle/pics on her myspace of us where it looks like I got a normal hairline. Hell it bothers me greatly. So my question to you gentleman is what is my best option? I'm very scared of taking drugs for side effects. This whole thing has me so down. I mean I'm 21.. some people go bald at like THIRTY and it bothers them. I've never gotten to feel confident in my hairline even in my prime years and comb my hair back. It sucks 4x as worse. I could have dealed with it at 30+ easily man.. easily. I was honestly thinking of a HT by Dr. Limmer in San Antonio texas (I live south of houston, if you know any other reputable surgeons) when I was like 23-24 and then one later on to fill in the back( none has gone from the crown but my hair on top feels thinner than sides). If you're still reading, I really appreciate you taking your time to read and help another human being who you don't know. This is so mentally defeating at 21.
  3. I'm a long time lurker on this site but I felt compelled to post this. Sorry if it's a repost. This was taken from Reuters 9/11/07 http://www.reuters.com/article/health-SP/idUSN1144867720070912?sp=true Prostate drug cleared of causing aggressive tumors By Maggie Fox, Health and Science Editor WASHINGTON, Sept 11 (Reuters) - A hair-loss drug that can also prevent prostate cancer may offer a third benefit by helping doctors detect the most aggressive prostate tumors earlier, U.S. and Israeli researchers reported on Tuesday. They said they could dispel fears that finasteride might somehow cause the high-grade tumors. Two studies published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute show that the drug appears to be keeping the prostate gland small, making it easier to find dangerous tumors inside or on the surface. "It appears that a man concerned about prostate-cancer risk, who is having a PSA test on a regular basis, will not only reduce his risk of prostate cancer if he takes finasteride, but will help find the cancers that pose the highest risk," Dr. Ian Thompson of the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio said in a statement. An estimated 219,000 U.S. men will this year be diagnosed with cancer of the prostate, a walnut-sized gland that makes fluid for semen, and 27,000 will die of it, according to the American Cancer Society. Finasteride, available generically but also sold as a hair loss drug by Merck and Co (MRK.N: Quote, Profile, Research) under the brand name Propecia, can reduce the risk of prostate cancer by 25 percent. Diagnosing prostate cancer is tricky. The gland can enlarge naturally, and it also produces a protein called prostate specific antigen or PSA. Doctors can feel an enlarged gland with a finger, or can measure PSA in the blood. PSA goes up as the prostate enlarges, but it also rises if there is a tumor in the gland. A biopsy can find cancer, but doctors take samples randomly and can easily get several pieces of healthy tissue instead of a nearby tumor. When finasteride was studied for its potential in preventing cancer, researchers noticed that the men who did get cancer were slightly more likely to have aggressive tumors. It was feared that finasteride itself somehow made cancer worse if it was already present, although it lowered the overall risk of cancer by nearly 25 percent. Yael Cohen of Gamida Cell in Jerusalem and colleagues found that prostate size in the finasteride group was 25 percent smaller than in men who got placebos -- making it easier to find the tumors. Dr. Scott Lucia of the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center in Denver and colleagues made similar findings. "This report ... should help lessen fears that finasteride somehow causes more aggressive prostate cancer," Dr. Frank Meyskens at the University of Texas Southwestern, who helped coordinate the original trials, said in a statement.
  4. I'm a long time lurker on this site but I felt compelled to post this. Sorry if it's a repost. This was taken from Reuters 9/11/07 http://www.reuters.com/article/health-SP/idUSN1144867720070912?sp=true Prostate drug cleared of causing aggressive tumors By Maggie Fox, Health and Science Editor WASHINGTON, Sept 11 (Reuters) - A hair-loss drug that can also prevent prostate cancer may offer a third benefit by helping doctors detect the most aggressive prostate tumors earlier, U.S. and Israeli researchers reported on Tuesday. They said they could dispel fears that finasteride might somehow cause the high-grade tumors. Two studies published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute show that the drug appears to be keeping the prostate gland small, making it easier to find dangerous tumors inside or on the surface. "It appears that a man concerned about prostate-cancer risk, who is having a PSA test on a regular basis, will not only reduce his risk of prostate cancer if he takes finasteride, but will help find the cancers that pose the highest risk," Dr. Ian Thompson of the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio said in a statement. An estimated 219,000 U.S. men will this year be diagnosed with cancer of the prostate, a walnut-sized gland that makes fluid for semen, and 27,000 will die of it, according to the American Cancer Society. Finasteride, available generically but also sold as a hair loss drug by Merck and Co (MRK.N: Quote, Profile, Research) under the brand name Propecia, can reduce the risk of prostate cancer by 25 percent. Diagnosing prostate cancer is tricky. The gland can enlarge naturally, and it also produces a protein called prostate specific antigen or PSA. Doctors can feel an enlarged gland with a finger, or can measure PSA in the blood. PSA goes up as the prostate enlarges, but it also rises if there is a tumor in the gland. A biopsy can find cancer, but doctors take samples randomly and can easily get several pieces of healthy tissue instead of a nearby tumor. When finasteride was studied for its potential in preventing cancer, researchers noticed that the men who did get cancer were slightly more likely to have aggressive tumors. It was feared that finasteride itself somehow made cancer worse if it was already present, although it lowered the overall risk of cancer by nearly 25 percent. Yael Cohen of Gamida Cell in Jerusalem and colleagues found that prostate size in the finasteride group was 25 percent smaller than in men who got placebos -- making it easier to find the tumors. Dr. Scott Lucia of the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center in Denver and colleagues made similar findings. "This report ... should help lessen fears that finasteride somehow causes more aggressive prostate cancer," Dr. Frank Meyskens at the University of Texas Southwestern, who helped coordinate the original trials, said in a statement.
  5. I had session with Dr. Limmer in San Antonio. This was my 2nd session in 3 years == the first one was with MHR in Houston with 1500 grafts. I will post pictures at a later date. I wanted to say that I was very impressed with how professionally I was treated at Dr. Limmer's practice. I researched several Dr.'s here at this site and chose Dr. Limmer. Larry
  6. Not Sure, it will be noticeable but if you are like me, who cares and in about 4 months you will be amazed at the results. I had a little over 3300 grafs ( 2300 frontal, 1000 crown )and will be going back in March '08 for 1500 ( Crown ) more. It's actually nice to have a nice frontal hair line where your scalp doesn't show thru anymore. Dr. Brad Limmer in San Antonio, TX did an excellent job on me so I will go back to him, can hardly wait cause the wife and I will be taking a trip to Italy in July and it will be nice having hair again. Good luck. Slowly
  7. I am currently 3.5 months post-op from my 3rd and final transplant. My first one was in Nov. 2004 with a doctor here in El Paso TX. I immediately started taking propecia every day in addition to the 5% minoxidil which I had already been using for 4-5years. I began to notice sexual side effects when I added propecia to my daily routine. I noticed decreased libido and lower semen levels. I continued to take the propecia because I was told it was vital in preventing any further hair loss. I contacted the doctor in El Paso about 5 months post-op and notified him of my side effects. I wasn't feeling normal, and I seemed to have lower energy levels. I noticed that as the semen levels decreased, so did my workouts in the gym. I swear I lost significant muscle mass and some strength. The doctor told me that my body would eventually adjust to the propecia and side effects were found in less than 1% of men. I lowered the dosage of propecia at that time to one pill every other day. I continued propecia every other day along with the 5% minoxidil daily until my second transplant in Dec. 2005 with Dr. Limmer in San. Antonio. THIS IS AN EXCELLENT DOCTOR FOR THOSE OF YOU WHO ARE IN TEXAS AND ARE LOOKING FOR A HAIR TRANSPLANT DOCTOR. Dr. Limmer did 1500 FUT and replaced the propecia with 0.5MG. Avodart- to be taken on wed. and sun. only. I still continued with 5% minoxidil daily. I believe the avodart is even stronger than propecia. My side effects from the propecia never really seemed to get better, and believe it or not the avodart twice a week made the sexual side effects WORSE!! I basically had NO desire to have sex. I contacted Limmer a few months post-op of my 2005 transplant and he lowered the Avodart to one 0.5mg. pill every 10 days along with 5% minoxidil daily. I had my 3rd and final transplant dec. 2006 with Limmer, and am currently 3.5 months post-op. I am still taking 0.5mg Avodart once every ten days and 5%minoxidil twice daily. My current side effects are low semen levels, loss of some body hair on my arms and legs, inabilility to achieve a full erection, low desire for sex. The muscle loss seemed to stop. IS ANYONE OUT EXPERIENCING THE SAME SIDE EFFECTS AS I AM, OR AM I GOING CRAZY????? I know if I stop the avodart all together I will experience hair shedding. I thought about it but then I remember how much I spent on all 3 transplants.....any advice or comments are welcome. Thank you for your time.
  8. First of all, let me say that Dr. Brad Limmer and his staff are a highly professional team that make you feel at home and will answer any and all of your questions before, during and after the procedure. I had two procedures done, one was yesterday, Monday, and another one today, Tuesday. As soon as today's procedure was finished, I drove 4 hours from San Antonio to my home in Angleton, just south of Houston, and I feel pretty good. I am a little sore but do not have any pain. Jessica made me feel at home both Monday and Tuesday when I arrived there at 7:30am. Zhuling is an excellent technician who numbed the donor area of my head both days without any pain what so ever. The only time I felt anything was a slight pinch when she initially inserted the needle then proceeded to inject the medicine real slow giving time to deaden the area and I did not feel the rest of the injections she gave me. Dr. Brad then proceeded to remove the donor strip. The only thing I felt was a slight pressure while he sewed up the wound. The young lady who was my cutter was Hoang (I hope I spelled her name correct) and she was very meticulous and did a great job of cutting up the grafts. My planter was Anna and I cannot say enought about this young lady, she is excellent and I felt zero pain as she worked for hours both days. I was given Vicodin to take after the surgery when I got back to my hotel room but I did not need it. I did take a couple of Tylenol and went to bed. I did have some soreness when I got up Tuesday morning but was never in any pain. The procedure today, Tuesday, was an exact copy of Monday. Was there any discomfort? Yes, I did have a little discomfort this morning, I was a little sore and did have a slight swelling as was expected. Was I ever in any pain? No, I was not, and even as I type this, 9:55pm central time, I still feel pretty good and have not taken any Vicodin because I haven't needed it. Would I do this procedure again? Without question, yes. Dr. Brad took pictures before and after my surgery and I agreed to have him post them. I won't be able to wash my hair for the next couple of days, it's driving me nuts having my hair oily with neosporin on my donor area. I am very pleased the way Anna placed my grafts and can hardly wait for the growth to set in. I highly recommend the Limmer clinic, they are an excellent team, do an outstanding job and really care about the patient, there is a family atmosphere that makes you feel at home. Thanks, John
  9. First of all, let me say that Dr. Brad Limmer and his staff are a highly professional team that make you feel at home and will answer any and all of your questions before, during and after the procedure. I had two procedures done, one was yesterday, Monday, and another one today, Tuesday. As soon as today's procedure was finished, I drove 4 hours from San Antonio to my home in Angleton, just south of Houston, and I feel pretty good. I am a little sore but do not have any pain. Jessica made me feel at home both Monday and Tuesday when I arrived there at 7:30am. Zhuling is an excellent technician who numbed the donor area of my head both days without any pain what so ever. The only time I felt anything was a slight pinch when she initially inserted the needle then proceeded to inject the medicine real slow giving time to deaden the area and I did not feel the rest of the injections she gave me. Dr. Brad then proceeded to remove the donor strip. The only thing I felt was a slight pressure while he sewed up the wound. The young lady who was my cutter was Hoang (I hope I spelled her name correct) and she was very meticulous and did a great job of cutting up the grafts. My planter was Anna and I cannot say enought about this young lady, she is excellent and I felt zero pain as she worked for hours both days. I was given Vicodin to take after the surgery when I got back to my hotel room but I did not need it. I did take a couple of Tylenol and went to bed. I did have some soreness when I got up Tuesday morning but was never in any pain. The procedure today, Tuesday, was an exact copy of Monday. Was there any discomfort? Yes, I did have a little discomfort this morning, I was a little sore and did have a slight swelling as was expected. Was I ever in any pain? No, I was not, and even as I type this, 9:55pm central time, I still feel pretty good and have not taken any Vicodin because I haven't needed it. Would I do this procedure again? Without question, yes. Dr. Brad took pictures before and after my surgery and I agreed to have him post them. I won't be able to wash my hair for the next couple of days, it's driving me nuts having my hair oily with neosporin on my donor area. I am very pleased the way Anna placed my grafts and can hardly wait for the growth to set in. I highly recommend the Limmer clinic, they are an excellent team, do an outstanding job and really care about the patient, there is a family atmosphere that makes you feel at home. Thanks, John
  10. Did a little research and believe I found out why Dr. Limmer will do a 2 day session for 3000 grafts instead of one sitting. Found where Beatlehair had a procedure done in November 2003 by Dr. Limmer and he mentions how Christina patiently planted the grafts for two days. Beatlehair goes on to say that Dr. Limmer wins hand down over another clinic he had visited before, good enough for me. Also found where Dr. Limmer talks about how the grafts the survival rate stays good for 8 hours by placing them in chilled saline so that explains why he only does up to 1500 grafts since that will take those 8 hours to plant. Regardless, I'm looking forward to next week's surgery and will let you all know how it turns out when I get back home. I live about 3 1/2-4 hours from San Antonio driving down Interstate 10. Thanks for all the imput. John
  11. Did a little research and believe I found out why Dr. Limmer will do a 2 day session for 3000 grafts instead of one sitting. Found where Beatlehair had a procedure done in November 2003 by Dr. Limmer and he mentions how Christina patiently planted the grafts for two days. Beatlehair goes on to say that Dr. Limmer wins hand down over another clinic he had visited before, good enough for me. Also found where Dr. Limmer talks about how the grafts the survival rate stays good for 8 hours by placing them in chilled saline so that explains why he only does up to 1500 grafts since that will take those 8 hours to plant. Regardless, I'm looking forward to next week's surgery and will let you all know how it turns out when I get back home. I live about 3 1/2-4 hours from San Antonio driving down Interstate 10. Thanks for all the imput. John
  12. Hello everyone, I have been a lurker for a long time and have gathered alot of info from you guys. I finally decided to get a HT and just thought I'd ask for some advice from some of you experts. My original surgery date was in September but was contacted by the Dr's office that I could go ahead with my HT in July and I accepted. Dr. Brad Limmer in San Antonio will be doing my HT and I have heard nothing but good things about him and his staff so I am excited and can hardly wait. My wife asks me if I'm scared and I tell her that I would gladly give a year of my life to have my hair back so what is there to be scared of, I'm sure some of you guys can relate to how I feel...she just laughs. I am thinking of doing 3000 grafts and was thinking of getting 2000 frontal and 1000 crown. Dr. Limmer said we can talk about it when I go in but thought I'd ask you guys if maybe I should change the numbers around to 1500 each. Your opinion is greatly appreciated. I am attaching pics. Thanks, John
  13. Hello everyone, I have been a lurker for a long time and have gathered alot of info from you guys. I finally decided to get a HT and just thought I'd ask for some advice from some of you experts. My original surgery date was in September but was contacted by the Dr's office that I could go ahead with my HT in July and I accepted. Dr. Brad Limmer in San Antonio will be doing my HT and I have heard nothing but good things about him and his staff so I am excited and can hardly wait. My wife asks me if I'm scared and I tell her that I would gladly give a year of my life to have my hair back so what is there to be scared of, I'm sure some of you guys can relate to how I feel...she just laughs. I am thinking of doing 3000 grafts and was thinking of getting 2000 frontal and 1000 crown. Dr. Limmer said we can talk about it when I go in but thought I'd ask you guys if maybe I should change the numbers around to 1500 each. Your opinion is greatly appreciated. I am attaching pics. Thanks, John
  14. Yesterday I noticed for the first time that Antonio Armani was on the IAHRS list. Whilst this list is by no means a guarantee of outstanding work, it prompted me to have yet another look at Dr Armani's website, which keeps changing. There are several points that I would like to raise and have this Community's views on. 1. I don't like the before/after pics, they are very uneven: whilst you see fantastic results with guy nr 1 (no wonder he's nr 1), Shane at nr 10 and guy nr 18 (always the same 3 by the way), you also see some grafty looks like guy nrs 7 and 9. Guy nr 16 is combed back before and forward after, whilst it is usually the opposite with HT patients, why? Trying to hide something or to give the impression of density for the picture? 2. I don't like the fact that Armani clinics are opening everywhere. To quote from Pat's page on Dr Seager (for example): "despite the popularity of his work, Dr. Seager has resisted the temptation to open clinics in other cities, as he feels quality control would suffer. He prefers to keep all training and supervision of his staff under his careful and close watch." 3. Whilst no one denies Dr Armani is a great surgeon, there is not a word about the other docs who work under the Alvi Armani banner. Who are they? Where do they come from? There is a link on the Armani website which targets MDs and offers them to become HT surgeons. I am not very comfortable with that kind of marketing strategy. 4. Does Dr Armani still perform surgeries himself? What are the chances to actually have him as your surgeon? 5. Has Pat been invited to visit Dr Armani's clinic in Toronto? For us Europeans it is very tempting not to travel to North America and go to European outfits like Armani or DHI, but the big question mark is the surgeon who will actually perform the procedure. Again, the chances to have Zontos at DHI or Armani himself are slim. If you go with Hasson, Shapiro, Epstein, Rose and the others, you are guaranteed to have them in person working on your scalp. To me, it makes all the difference.
  15. Bill and Hairbank, Sorry guys for taking so long to respond. I just took my first vacation in three years! So, yeah, I made the decision (along with the fiance) not to take my cell phone or my laptop and not to use the ships computers to access the Internet the whole time. It was scarry at first, but I relaxed a lot easier after the first day or two. To answer your questions, Bill, I don't think anyone is too sure of how damaged a follicle NEOSH101 can bring back to life. Despite the fact that we have several studies to prove that the follicle never dies, neither propecia or minox can bring every follicle back. I don't think that it would be able to bring one of the invisable follicles like the ones on our forehead back - my thinking is a bit elementary on that, but considering consumers would be applying this themselves and all companies must cater to the lowest common denominator, I think that they would be VERY iffy on letting consumers apply something to their own scalp that might end up growing a toupee on your arm or a wig on your forehead. From the reports, it would appear that NEOSH101 - if it works as claimed and makes it to the market - would easily replace minox as a faster (starts working in as little as 14 days), easier to apply (you only need to apply it once and then you can stop applying it for another 2 weeks and it'll keep working), and more effective (it grows thicker, stronger hair AND it appears to work on both the vertex of the head and the top of the scalp - which, of course, minox doesn't seem to be able to do). I think I am quite a bit more encouraged that Dr. Vera Price is involved in the testing. If you don't know who she is, she is a brilliant hair loss researcher that has been involved in every major breakthrough in hair loss prevention drug therapy - including Rogaine and Propecia. Hairbank, there isn't a lot of information out there to be had - I used to work for a biotech company and I can tell you that it's like working for the CIA. The #1 consideration when working for them is that almost all their discoveries are natural ones - or they start out in the natural world - which means ANY other company could find out about your discovery and come up with a much better manipulation strategy in less time. Luckily, I was a biotech research assistant for many years with two companies here in Austin and I had friends that worked on the Osteoscan (the discoverers of the inhibitor) that I talked to... For more general information, you can try their website at www.neosil.com or you can do a websearch (you might want to include hair loss as a key word in the search) for Osteoscan in San Antonio.
  16. Hi, Even i planned to go for HT with Dr.Shapiro.As per my knowledge, he has a great job for lot of ppl but he is charging around 5$ per graft.if u r coming from so far, he will charge 4.5$ per graft.It sound little bit expensive.As per my research Dr.Limmer - San Antonio is charging less.Let me know if you have any idea about graft rates of Dr.Espetien -FL. Thanks Kumar.
  17. Hi, I am 26 years old guy, loosing hair since i am 19.Having thick hair in donor area, Front -sides of the head are completely bald,having hair in the crown area but becoming thin nowadays.After doing a lot of research in this forum, i decided 2 gofor HT either with Dr. Jeffrey Epstein (Miami) or Bobby L. Limmer(San Antonio,TX) in July.At present i am staying in Dallas. 1.Please sugget me who is the right Doctor as per my hair condition. 2.I used 2 shave my head for every 2 to 3 years irrespective of hair loss.Can i shave my head after hair transplantation.Lets say 2 years after my HT.If so , whether Transplated hair will re grow or not.I am worring about this. Guys, suggest me.If possibel i will post my pics soon. Thanks
  18. Hi, I am 26 years old guy, loosing hair since i am 19.Having thick hair in donor area, Front -sides of the head are completely bald,having hair in the crown area but becoming thin nowadays.After doing a lot of research in this forum, i decided 2 gofor HT either with Dr. Jeffrey Epstein (Miami) or Bobby L. Limmer(San Antonio,TX) in July.At present i am staying in Dallas. 1.Please sugget me who is the right Doctor as per my hair condition. 2.I used 2 shave my head for every 2 to 3 years irrespective of hair loss.Can i shave my head after hair transplantation.Lets say 2 years after my HT.If so , whether Transplated hair will re grow or not.I am worring about this. Guys, suggest me.If possibel i will post my pics soon. Thanks
  19. I am currently 3.5 months post-op from my 3rd and final transplant. My first one was in Nov. 2004 with a doctor here in El Paso TX. I immediately started taking propecia every day in addition to the 5% minoxidil which I had already been using for 4-5years. I began to notice sexual side effects when I added propecia to my daily routine. I noticed decreased libido and lower semen levels. I continued to take the propecia because I was told it was vital in preventing any further hair loss. I contacted the doctor in El Paso about 5 months post-op and notified him of my side effects. I wasn't feeling normal, and I seemed to have lower energy levels. I noticed that as the semen levels decreased, so did my workouts in the gym. I swear I lost significant muscle mass and some strength. The doctor told me that my body would eventually adjust to the propecia and side effects were found in less than 1% of men. I lowered the dosage of propecia at that time to one pill every other day. I continued propecia every other day along with the 5% minoxidil daily until my second transplant in Dec. 2005 with Dr. Limmer in San. Antonio. THIS IS AN EXCELLENT DOCTOR FOR THOSE OF YOU WHO ARE IN TEXAS AND ARE LOOKING FOR A HAIR TRANSPLANT DOCTOR. Dr. Limmer did 1500 FUT and replaced the propecia with 0.5MG. Avodart- to be taken on wed. and sun. only. I still continued with 5% minoxidil daily. I believe the avodart is even stronger than propecia. My side effects from the propecia never really seemed to get better, and believe it or not the avodart twice a week made the sexual side effects WORSE!! I basically had NO desire to have sex. I contacted Limmer a few months post-op of my 2005 transplant and he lowered the Avodart to one 0.5mg. pill every 10 days along with 5% minoxidil daily. I had my 3rd and final transplant dec. 2006 with Limmer, and am currently 3.5 months post-op. I am still taking 0.5mg Avodart once every ten days and 5%minoxidil twice daily. My current side effects are low semen levels, loss of some body hair on my arms and legs, inabilility to achieve a full erection, low desire for sex. The muscle loss seemed to stop. IS ANYONE OUT EXPERIENCING THE SAME SIDE EFFECTS AS I AM, OR AM I GOING CRAZY????? I know if I stop the avodart all together I will experience hair shedding. I thought about it but then I remember how much I spent on all 3 transplants.....any advice or comments are welcome. Thank you for your time.
  20. Hi Irvchilichill, Unfortunately there are not many quality HT physicians near you. The closest is probably Dr. Limmer in San Antonio. Check out this to help you find a physician. Don't mess around with unknowns. You'll find your life much worse than it is now if you go wrong. One other thing, being a black guy the curly nature of your hair is actually and advantage. Curly hair provides better coverage than straight hair. But you need to consult with some quality doctors to get some good advice. It is possible, but keep in mind the scar in back/sides and ask the doctor how long you would have to wear your hair to cover it.
  21. I consulted Dr. Bradley Limmer of San Antonio, TX. You can see my progress here
  22. I paid $3.23 per graft for 3000 FUT on July 10th and 11th of 2006 with Dr. Brad Limmer in San Antonio, TX. Dr. Limmer is a coalition member on this site.
  23. Dayalan, Welcome to the forum and HTN site. I don't know about Dallas..............you may want to review the list of Coalition Surgeons recommended by this site. The list represents physicians who adhere to the highest of standards in the industry. Dr. Limmer, who is a recommended surgeon, has a practice in San Antonio. My advice..........if you plan to use another surgeon outside those recommended through the Coalition listing at this site, plan to invest your time wisely and heavily research the surgeon/clinic to be sure they can offer what you're looking for. There are many surgeons and clinics with great advertising who can deliver less than optimal results. Would you mind sharing your particular situation? Have you had a transplant before? Where are you on the Norwood Scale of loss and what is your age? Are you doing anything for loss prevention (Propecia or Minoxidil)?
  24. Dr. Limmer in San Antonio is very good.
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