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  1. Hi all, im 10 days post FUE 4200 grafts and was wondering what you guys think about my hair density? It seems thin to me but what do you think? I know it’s hard to tell results wise but what are your initial reactions? Cheers.
  2. Hair was like this from about 15. It doesn't get any worse but I feel like the temples are too bald, and also the hairline is higher than usual. Almost 25 now, based in south of Europe and the prices are like 2-2.5 Euro per graft here. Not sure how much will I need - 1500 for the temples? Tried minoxidil and some basic tablets to no help (was like a year). Doesn't seem to reced even without any treatment now or to thin, but I certainly believe that something is definitely off, giving an unpleasant look, making me also looking older in a bad way. Open to any recommendations. To clarify, I just want to look objectively better and not sure how should I go in the realm of hair. Much appreciated. Images attached.
  3. Hi ALL HOPE EVERYTHING IS GOOD DOES ANYONE KNOW A CLINIC WHERE THEY ACCEPT HIV + FOR FUE TRANSPLANT I TRAVELED TO ISTANBUL TO HAVE THE TRANSPLANT DONE, WHEN I ARRIVED THERE THEY TOLD ME TO TURN AROUND, THEY DONT WORK WITH HIV POSITIVES ITS SO DISCRIMINATORY, THEY DENY PATIENTS HIV + WHEN THEY ARE AS HEALTHY AS A NORMAL PERSON, THAT MAKES YOU FEEL REALLY BAD, IF ANYONE KNOWS PLEASE SEND SOME INFO, IM GOING MAD SEARCHING FOR CLINICS NOW HELP MUCH APPRECIATED GUYS MANY THANKS
  4. FUE & PRP 2260 graft My story: I am a 48 year old male that was slowly loosing my hair, progressive stage 2 with a bald spot on the side of my head since birth. (Alopecia) I have wanted a hair transplant for a few years because styling my hair didn't work anymore. I was always trying to mask the temples of my head, and the small bald spot on my left side. I went on hair loss forums and really dug deep on who I could trust. I finally made an appointment to see Dr Rahal at his Toronto office. I felt very comfortable with him and his staff members, I didn't book a date at that time and they did not pressure me to do so. It was a lot of money and I really couldn't afford it. But every day I looked in the mirror and saw someone that looked like a way older version of me. I then spoke with Tara and set up a surgery date at the Toronto office. May 24th 2018. In my mind it was going to be Dr Rahal doing everything. Extracting, separating, and all the the inplants. Knowing now, That would be impossible. There is a time line for the survival of the hair outside of the skin. Things have to be done in a very well orchestrated manor. This is where the Rahal team came in to play. There was 6 or more people working on me for over 8hrs. Yes over 8. The team including Dr Rahal is a very very well oiled machine. Once the surgery was over Dr Rahal inspected then gives the Ok to go home. Back the following day for a check of things and change of bandages. Back home for recovery. (Larissa) She gives you her email and phone number and has answers for ALL your questions. Fast forward 4 weeks post op. I made the mistake of going online and reading all the different post op hair transplant storys. DONT DO THIS. The hardest part of a hair transplant is the long waiting game. Dont expect to see anything for 6 months. Yes thats right. Month 6 my hair is unbelievable. No really!! I want to hug and kiss all the staff. He is known as the hair line king, and his reputation precedes him. If your reading this your probably second guessing the procedure pre or post op. From my experience the 6 month waiting game was the hardest part of the whole procedure but man it was worth it.
  5. I am a 20 year old male who has been struggling with hair loss since age 16, but didn't seriously start receding until age 18 (I know some users on this forum believe that 20 is too young to be considering a transplant). Relevant info: I've been on Finasteride for over a year. I was in a "freak accident" at age 17 that caused me to be subject to immense stress and brutal physical conditions for a couple months. This accelerated my hair loss, although it recovered slightly for a few months after. I live a very stressful lifestyle (working on improving this). I tried Minoxidil for about a week, but making time for it twice a day and dealing with the side effects unfortunately wasn't practical. Anyway, I've done my research and would love nothing more than to not have to worry about always wearing a hat or no one believing I'm under 30. I'm grateful for current technology and the extensive list of surgeons on this site, but my main question is how to pick the right surgeon out of many, as this will be a decision I live with for life. All photos are within the last month. I live in a suburb of NYC but would probably be willing to travel if necessary.
  6. Hey all I’m 23 and since I was 17 the temples of my hairline have receded and I have very minimal crown loss . I’ve been using minoxidil with dermarolling for the last 3 months on my hairline but all I can see are very tiny vellus hairs along my hairline. However for the past couple days I’ve been having day long migraines and I suspect it might be the minoxidil so I’m stopping use until around next week. This is Me Side Angles As you can see my temples are fairly receded and if I were to fill them out straight across I would have a relatively normal hairline for a black man Now the general consensus for getting hair transplants at this age is to not do it because they can look worse as you age. Everyone recommends fin however I don’t want to live my life in fear of side or of the crash so I’ve decided against it. And also, my family on my mothers side has a history of balding primarily on the hairline. Not sure about my fathers side , my dad is bald however . Now these are my uncles on my mothers side , all of these pictures are taken between the ages of 30-50ish Uncle 1 Uncle 2 Uncle 3 And this is the only uncle I could find on my fathers side, here is his hairline Now as you can see the guys on my mothers side have fairly receded temples with their widows peak stop being pretty far out. They’re not slick bald but they’ve chosen the bald look which is cool for them but not something I want to do. Looking at their hairlines and mine would you advise getting a transplant at my age? I don’t mind getting a couple throughout my lifetime and I’m actually scheduled for a consultation with Dr. Diep next month.
  7. Have you all seen the latest Hair Transplant Clinic by Fútbol Superstar Cristiano Ronaldo. *If you don´t understand you can Auto-Translate the Subtitles by clicking the Settings Gear Icon on the bottom of the video.
  8. I had 2000 units for a hair transplant on my crown. Shortly after the surgery, within a month or two, I developed anemia due to parasites -- unknown to me. I had anemia for about 4 months after the surgery before I corrected it. I've read that hair lost due to anemia grows back. Will follicles planted after a hair transplant be destroyed if I had anemia post transplant? They seemed to take root ok within the first month after surgery. Will they too grow back once the anemia was corrected?
  9. Hi Everyone, I am new to this forum and I have spent the last few hours reading over some great info on this site. It inspired me to share my story and progress with you guys and hopefully get some feedback. I am 5 months and 3 weeks out from a 2700 graft FUE transplant. For now, I prefer to keep the name of the doctor and the clinic to myself. The transplant was done in Toronto. I received about 2200 grafts in the frontal part of my head and about 500 or so in the crown. The 500 in the crown was not enough to fill in the thinning areas but it was just to get some sort of cosmetic improvement until I can have a second procedure in late 2019 after I get married. I think the main reason why I have decided to share this is because I am at that stage where I am beginning to panic that my transplant was either a failure or the density sucks. From what I have read, 5 months and 3 weeks is still way too early to make any sort of judgement. I would appreciate some feedback from you guys on what you see. My photos are kind of out of order but as you can see from the pre-op photo, I had a pretty crappy hairline. I have 2 photos of my front and crown area before the scabs began to fall off and the remainder of the photos are after most of the scabbing had come off and the hair still had not shed yet.
  10. Quick question, I’m day 3 post transplant and after day 2 I started to experience a little seeping from the top of my head of a clear like greasy fluid, now I believe it is the solution that was injected into my head to separate the skull from flesh to insert grafts but I’m just wondering if this is normal and has others experienced it and how long it lasted? The solution has to go somewhere so it’s not of a concern just wonder how long it lasts?
  11. I just had my transplant 5 days ago and yesterday, pus started forming under scalp and I'm still bleeding and lots of grafts fall while washing.. my doctor won't answer so please advise! Thank you. Jake.
  12. Hi guys, after spending the last few years following people's experiences and learning as much as I can about hair restoration, I'm very excited to be able to share with you my experience with Dr Feriduni after my FUE procedure. A bit more about me, I started noticing my hair loss a when I was in university, after spending too much time in denial I finally accepted that I was loosing my hair and needed to do sonething about it. By the time I start looking into medications and transplants I was a NW3. I have been taking finasteride and minoxidle for almost 2 and a half years now and it genuinely seems to have helped slow down/ halt my hair loss. Fastforward to my consultation I'll admit I was very nervous before going in, I didn't know what to expect and I kept worrying that once Dr Feriduni examined my hair he'd say my donor was weak or that I wasnt a good candidate. My worries were quickly put to rest. We had a good chat about my hair loss and what meds I was taking, I showed him some pictures of my male relatives and we discussed potential future loss. He then sat me down in front of a mirror and assessed different parts of my scalp. He confirmed my donor area was strong and that there was no signs of miniaturization in the crown or mid scalp which was very good. He worked out that I had around 8,000 grafts to use. He then drew what he thought was a good hairline, now maybe it's because I thought my hair loss was worse than it actually is but I was pleasantly surprised to see that he'd drawn a hairline that was better than I expected! I figured that maybe to achieve this hairline it would use up more graft than I was willing to use, however once again I was surprised to here that he felt confident that the hairline would be achieved using between 1600-1800 grafts. Overall Dr Feriduni seemed like a really decent down to earth guy and I left feeling very confident in choosing him and couldn't wait to actually have the procedure. During the morning of the transplant I had another sit down with feriduni to confirm the hairline and for him to answer any last questions I might have had. The technicians then took me to shave the sides of my head, I chose to keep the hair on top unshaven so that it would be easier to hide the transplant once the sides grow back. Dr feriduni came in to inject the anaesthetic, this was probably the most painful part of the whole thing, I always thought I was good with needles but those things hurt! He then drew out the area that hairs were to be extracted from and the technicians started the extraction (fyi having hairs whole punched out of your head is hands down the weirdest feeling!) Once the extraction was done Feriduni came in and started making the incisions for the new hairline, throughout making the incisions he kept me updated on how everything was going and at one point commented on how much he was liking the hairline already which put me at ease. Once be had finished making the incisions he confirmed that the total grafts would be 1748. He then left and the technicians had to take out some more grafts before they could start implanting. The implantation went fine but i was definetly starting to feel a bit drained. Dr Feriduni came in again as they were finishing to make sure everything was looking good. The whole process took around 5 hours which was quicker than expected. Dr Feriduni explained that the skin was really soft making the extraction process easy which helped the operation to proceed at a good pace. Following on from the surgery I decided to stay in hasselt for a few days so that I was close to the clinic. As I'm writing this now it has been 2 days since my hair transplant and I've been to the clinic every morning to have my head washed and grafts checked over. Id definetly recommend doing this as the first few days are the most crucial so it's good to know that the clinic is close if anything goes wrong. If you want to take anything from reading this let it be that both Dr Feriduni and his team are very dedicated to looking after their patients, the aftercare I have received has been top notch! I hope this has been helpful for anyone whose considering a hair transplant with Dr Feriduni I'll try to upload some photos and keep you updated! Thanks for reading!
  13. When transplanting new follicles between native thinning hairs, they are prone to shockloss... is this shockloss permanent to the thinning hairs or will they come back from being dormant and continue to grow out for years to come, until they excessively minituarize? Thanks in in advance for any information Ryan
  14. After several years of holding off hair loss as if I was fighting off the White Walkers from breaking through The Wall, I flew to Turkey to have a hair transplant. I would like to chronicle my process here over the next year. My background: Hair loss run in my family, but I've always had thick, curly hair. In 2012, it began thinning out in the crown compared to the rest of my head. By 2014, I was on Finasteride and Minoxidil. This halted most of the hair loss, but I never recovered any of the lost hair. I could usually mask the thinning well enough, but 4 years later when I turned 34, with FUE becoming more popular, I decided to fix the problem before there was nothing left to fix. On January 14, 2018, I went in for 2,215 grafts all along my hairline and up into the center of my crown. Why I chose Dr. Doganay 1. I refused to go to an Indian or Turkish clinic where technicians do most of the work and the results are completely hit or miss. I needed to go to a place that had real reviews on independent websites. 2. Dr. Doganay had great reviews up until about 2015. During that time, he began allowing his technicians to do more and more of the work with mixed results. Dr. Doganay has been open about admitting that was a mistake. To make things right, he dropped his price from 2 euros a graft to 1.5 euros a graft with a promise to be involved in each step of the process. During the surgery, he was in fact in the room performing each part of the the procedure. Even top-rated offices in the US allow technicians to take over some of the work. 3. Again, the price. Even at 2 euros a graft, Dr. Doganay was cheaper than most top-rated surgeons in Turkey, and by far cheaper than surgeons in the United States (around $10 per graft) It has been 10 days since the operation, and so far I'm very pleased with the hairline and the recovery. The donor area looked completely normal 2 days after the operation. The recipient area is still gradually losing the post-op scabs. There has been no bleeding. I will continue to post updates, answer any questions, and I'd appreciate any feedback you all have. Thanks!
  15. Hello fellow Norwoods. You’ve been very informative and helpful to me throughout my hair loss experience so I thought that the least I could do would be to document my transplant experience to “pay it forward” to other sufferers. My goal is that at least one person is helped by my write-up, regardless of how they ultimately decide to treat (or not treat) their hair loss. Although I don’t necessarily think that my hair loss has held me back in life in any significant manner, it did cause a tremendous amount of anxiety and reduced the joy that I experienced on a day-to day basis. I have a wonderful life, which I am extremely grateful for, though I was having trouble being happy due to my hair loss. I am a 28 year old male. I am currently using the big three of Finasteride, Minoxidil, and Ketoconazole and have done so for the last 3-4 years. When I compared my current loss to three years ago it looks to be comparable (i.e., the treatment is helping me maintain). There is a history of hair loss in my family; my granddad is a Norwood 5/6 at 80 years old, my father is a Norwood 5/6 at 60 years old, and my younger brother has similar loss to me (though not as extensive as he jumped on Finasteride earlier). I initially noticed my hair loss when I was 23, though looking back at pictures I can see thinning and recession as early as 21. Below: Me at 25 years old When I initially hopped on Finasteride I was 24 and was not considering a hair transplant. My thought process was that I was still young and that by the time I was old (i.e., 30 lol) I would probably not care at all about my hair and just stop taking Finasteride. Well, as you all probably know, life doesn’t end at 30 (or 40 for that matter) and it’s only natural to want to be happy with the way that you look. The turning point for me was when my work was offering free, professional portrait photography and I elected to skip it as I didn’t want an updated photo showing my excessive balding (was living in the past with a three year old photo lol). Consequently, I began researching hair transplant options. Although I had consultations with many of the elite doctors recommended on this site, I ultimately decided on an FUE procedure with Dr. Jim Harris in Denver, Colorado. I know that there is not one “best” doctor, but based on my situation, as well as Dr. Harris’ extensive experience with FUE, I decided that he was the best choice for my procedure. After communicating through email for several weeks I booked my procedure and was quoted 1500-1800 grafts. Leading up to the procedure I was a ball of anxiety (as my wonderful girlfriend can attest to). Two days before the procedure I gave her a “free pass” to make all the baldy jokes she wanted to, which helped to lighten the mood a little bit. However, I still remained anxious and thought about cancelling up through the night before my procedure. As Spencer Kobren repeatedly says “Once you’re cut, you’re cut”. I was well aware that after my procedure there was no going back and that I would be committed to treating my hair loss over the long-term. It’s possible that ten years from now I may look back at this time of my life and think “what was I thinking?” however, it’s better than living a sub-par life and always wondering “what if?” Leading up to the procedure I followed all of the pre-op instructions and then some. I researched pre-op instructions from other reputable clinics and decided that, in addition to my normal pre-op instructions, I would avoid alcohol and caffeine for roughly three weeks before my procedure. Although I’m aware that this likely had no measurable effect on my procedure or my future results, it gave me a peace of mind knowing that I was doing everything possible on my end to ensure solid results. On the day of surgery I arrived at 8AM and had my pre-op consultation with Dr. Harris. I was undecided on whether temple points were a good use of grafts so we briefly discussed the placement of temple points and decided that as they are only 30-50 grafts per temple, that this was a good use of grafts. After this brief consultation Dr. Harris began extracting the grafts using the Harris SAFE system. During the extractions Dr. Harris mentioned that I have really good donor characteristics which was a surprise to me as I pessimistically thought my donor was somewhat thin. Further, one of the techs mentioned that I probably had the record for most three-hair grafts, which made me feel like I was on cloud nine. Ultimately I received 1,779 grafts into my frontal third and temple points with a transection rate of 3.7%. My graft breakdown was: 1-hair grafts: 200 (11%) 2-hair grafts: 568 (32%) 3-hair grafts: 924 (52%) 4-hair grafts: 87 (5%) On the day after the procedure I began washing my head by pouring a cup of water over my entire head (as per the post-op instructions). I looked into the sink and couldn’t believe what I saw…ALL MY HAIRS WERE FALLING INTO THE SINK!!!! I frantically called Dr. Harris’ office and explained the situation. Laura kindly suggested I come in for an examination. As I had figured out on the car ride over there, the hairs that I was seeing in the sink were simply stragglers from my pre-op haircut. Dr. Harris explained that if grafts were falling out they would be much longer, have a bulb, and likely cause bleeding. Despite having received a 3.9 GPA in my master’s program, I wasn’t smart enough to remember that they gave me a haircut before surgery lol! As soon as my blood pressure returned to normal I happily went on my way. I’ll do my best to update on a monthly basis though I’m not expecting much growth in the next 3 months. I will be sure to post my picture at 10 months to show the final result. As of now I am very happy and optimistic regarding my future growth. I’d like to specifically thank Spencer Kobren, FredtheBelgian, Rawtashk, Peapoddy and Spex for sharing their experiences as these experiences provided support throughout my journey. Here are some of the photos: Pre-op pictures Post-op pictures
  16. I've done a a significant amount of searching online, but haven't come across many examples of people who have had FUE (Or FUT) procedures that had naturally prominent widows peaks - does anyone here fall into this category? In a few months I'll be having my first FUE procedure of 1600 grafts, and want to be realistic about my expectations. Most examples I find online show people that go for a hairline that's as low and straight as possible (factoring in for the slight roundness that all adults have vs. a completely straight youthful hairline). I don't think that's feasible in my case, nor do I want it. It's also difficult to tell how many people were born with a widows peak vs. who has developed one and is trying to restore their pre-recession hairline. Long before I lost anything from MPB, my hairline was very sharp, I've approximated it on the below photo. 90% of the transplants I see end up with someone asking for a hairline like I've sketched in the bottom-right (sometimes this turns out good, sometimes it doesn't). I'd be happy if after my FUE my hairline falls somewhere in the blue area i've outlined, and doesn't look TOO much different from the surrounding density. So my questions come down to: Does anyone have any personal experience with a hairline like this? Any special considerations? Is it really that rare to have a natural hairline like this? From photo galleries you'd think so, or maybe people with this type of hairline just opt to go above and beyond with a transplant, making it fuller than it ever was? That sounds like a recipe for disaster to me. My info: Age: 29 Gradually frontal recession over the last ~8 or so years Started Finasteride, Minoxidil, and Ketaconazal shampoo about 1 month ago. No side effects so far other than what seems to be increased shedding, plan to stay on there indefinitely. Uploading a photo here shrinks it, so here is a larger version: https://imgur.com/a/Fco4Q
  17. Hi everyone. I have been lurking on these forums for some time now and decided to make an account. I have even thinning throughout my scalp (from receding hairline, to mid-scalp, to vertex). I am not on finasteride because I'm nervous about side effects but would be willing to try in the future. I have contacted a few doctors and have been quoted 3000-3500 grafts. I'm from the United States and am currently looking at doctors (Cinik, Erdogan, H&W, Diep, Alexander, etc...). 1) Is there a reason Dr. Cinik is not recommended by this website? All the reviews/cases I have seen from him seem excellent. 2) For H&W - do you get to choose which doctor does your procedure? They seem to be mainly FUT. I have not seen many large scale FUE procedures by them. Are they a reputable FUE option for 3000+ grafts? My favorite option is Dr. Erdogan due to his results, KEEP tactic, and relatively good price compared to FUE in the states. Dr. Cinik is a close 2nd behind him. Thanks for the responses in advanced!
  18. It's been 8 months since my surgery and I have no sign of regrowth. Does that mean that it didn't work or is there still time? If it didn't work can I expect money back / another transplant for free? Many thanks for any help.
  19. Hi, I have just recently had a consultation with a hair transplant doctor who only performs FUE and he said i should have around 2500 grafts maybe even a little less and it should give me a "reasonable" desity. I am 30 years old and this is going to be my first surgery, im just a little worried that once its fully grown in 2500 wont be dense enough to look "normal" i am afraid that people may think im thinning. I have had smp treatment done twice now but i am completely over the look of it, i need hair again but i dont want to spend a ton of cash to make myself look like i did before i shaved it off and got smp. Ive marked where the hair line has receded too and am wondering how much density 2500 grafts will roughly give me? Any feedback will be appreciated.
  20. So, originally i wasnt going to post my progress on here, but ther more i think about it, and the more i find myself browsing the forums the more i think i should, mostly to help other people who have or are thinking about going ahead with the procedure. Backstory so im a 25 years old, and i was suffering with hairloss from the age of about 18, so for someone who takes care with there appearance this effected my life dramatically, to begin with i was in a kind of denial about it, and i sort of just lived with it, but as the years went by i slowly became obsessed with it, developed a sort of complex over it, and it became harder and harder to hide, i was on the right track to looking like bobby chalton haha, a mixture of hair fibres, a peticular routine of drying, straightening and hairspraying my hair into place. i slowly started losing more and more confidence and became more and more self conscience, to the point where it was ruining my quality of life, couldnt do the things i enjoyed anymore ie swimming, any physical activies, became like a weatherman checking the weather everyday because the rain or high winds would put me off going out, yeah you get the point..., it became rediculous, some of you might get it some might think i was being stupid, but it got to the point where i had to change something, thats when i started researching hair transplants, after hours and days reseaching i made the choice to go with dr erdogan. His results and other peoples experiances were faultless, he seemed very proffesional and experieanced. ASMED expericence Il try and keep this short because i could go on forever about my experience. But of course if you have any questions feel free to ask, il try and answer them the best i can. I live in UK so i had to travel to turkey where i was greeted by the asmed driver, who is a overall great guy, very friendly. The staff at asmed clinic are second to none, they really do make the differance in the whole experiance, some of the most caring, attentive, friendly people ive come across, it really made you feel at home the whole time, the little details like the foot and leg massages and ipad to watch films and there constant efforts to talk to you and make sure your okay ect really put me at ease throughtout, dr Erdogan is a true proffesional, a perfectionist i would say, he was very imformative, reasurring, and funny, you can tell he has a real passion for what he does and i knew i made the right decision to go with him, the procedure was tireing come the end of the day, uncomfortable at times but soon dealt with but the injections to numb the pain, i would highly recommend staying at the hotel they recommend it was amazing, clean, and the breakfast in the mornings was sooo good, the flight home was a little uncomfortable, purely for the fact i was walking round in a busy airport and plane with propbably a few stares, i tried not to take notice tbh but it was a nice relief to get home and take it all in, ive finally gone ahead with it and its done, now for the waiting game... Here are a few photos taken at asmed to show the extent of my hairloss..
  21. Hi all. First post after years of perusing these threads. I'm seeking any feedback on Dr. Waldman. I had a recent consultation at his Louisville office after years of intermittent correspondance with his partner, Dr. Parsley, via email. I really like he and his staff, but I'd like to know if any users here have had transplant procedures by him. When I originally because the correspondence with Dr Parsley, it was because he is so revered on this forum, and close to my home. Now that I've waited years for an official consultation at his office, I understand that nowadays he is only in the office very sparsely, and his partner Dr. Waldman is more readily available. I couldn't find a single review of Dr. Waldman on here, so even though I got a good vibe from him and also trust that Dr Parsley would be scrutinous about who he partners with, I'd still like to real-world testimonials first as this is a big decision. Thanks in advance!
  22. I'm 30 years old and have been losing my hair since my early 20s. I use Nizoral everyday, 1%. I dont do any DHT blockers. I'm looking at getting a transplant but I don't know if my hair loss is too advanced to be worth it. How many grafts do you think I will need to have the illusion of full coverage with the recessions filled in? I was told I have excellent donor hair with 8000 + available before any noticeable thinning in donor region. I have fine light blonde hair which makers it even harder to see. Ive attached photos
  23. Hi all, I heard somewhere that in the months after a transplant and when hair starts to grow, and obviously keeps growing, that it can go in phases where it looks thicker then thinner then thicker again, etc. until between 12 and 18 months when everything is all synced up and the result is at 100%… Does anyone know this to be true? I ask because I feel like I'm actually noticing this in myself, Im at just over five months out right now, and I have my days when I look in the mirror and go "damn this looks good " and my days where I say the opposite. Thanks!
  24. Uk hair transplant clinics = big time fraud I have been to see the so-called consultant from UK hair transplant clinics; I did see a chap named Paul Hill. I got a bed feeling from the start, as it was obvious he was no more than a pushy salesman with no interested in me or what was best for me, all the alarm bells rang straight away. The consultation was a hard sell from start to finish with the so called consultant having minimal knowledge of hair transplants and no interest in discussing anything except for how urgent it was for me to get this done a.s.a.p. to take advantage of the great limited time offers they have, I should preferably pay the deposit there and then or I might loos out on the deal, it reminded me of a door to door salesman offering double glazing! This guy has not had a hair transplant, his hair looks pretty poor and his only semi-medical training seems to be from his teeth whitening business. I walked away from the consultation thinking how desperate people that book with them must be, its obviously nothing else than someone trying to make a quick buck selling something rather then someone that has experience or knows what he is talking about. After the consultation I received an email with pretty great looking before and after shots, I almost starting thinking, hold on now, maybe I wasn’t fair to them, maybe I just had the consultant on a bad day and the clinic is actually pretty good, these results where after all pretty fantastic. After looking at the photos for s little while I realised that I had seen some of these photos before somewhere else. All the fantastic before and after shots they have are stolen from the following coalition hair transplant doctors (none of them works I the UK or has heard of the UK hair clinic): Dr William Parsley - Hair Restoration Surgeons, Hair Transplant, Surgical Hair Restoration, Hair Transplant Cost, Hair Loss Treatments, Hair Loss Doctors | Parsley-Waldman Hair Center, Louisville, Lexington, Nashville, Knoxville, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Chicago, St. Lo Dr. Michael Meshkin - Dr. Michael Meshkin*Hair Transplant Surgeon in*Newport Beach,*California Dr Robert H True - Hair Clinic New York, New Jersey, Boston Dr Bradley Limmer - Bradley Limmer, MD*Hair Transplant Surgeon in*San Antonio,*Texas Dr Sharon Keene - Sharon Keene, MD*Hair Transplant Surgeon in*Tucson,*Arizona I have added a screenshot here with the photo from ukhairtransplantclinics.co.uk on the left and on the right you will have the original photos from Dr Robert H. True (Hair Clinic New York, New Jersey, Boston) I am sure that him the rest of the doctors will see this and take action against this scam clinic. Here is a bit more about the consultation: It was all about me loosing the change of a good price if I didn’t act quickly, here are a few phrases from the email: “Because there are now only a few surgery dates available for the promotion Please call me on 0800 043 0993 if you have any further questions or would like to arrange your treatment.” “In order to qualify for the above promotional savings the following would usually be necessary: 1) Make a surgery booking within 7 days of this letter “ At the consultation you indicated that it would not be possible for you to be treated in the promotional period, I have now spoken to our manager, who has agreed to hold the price until the above date, as long as you pay a deposit, in the next 7 days. Believe me in person its worse than this! I wanted to share this with the rest of you to make sure you don’t waste your time going to these consultations and even more importantly don’t get ripped off by paying anything to this company.
  25. Hi guys, Hi, I've always had a head of thick, curly hair. All my life I suffered from depression, but when I turned 20 it was at its worst. I made the stupid mistake of taking steroids as a means of getting some control over my life through my body. After a year on steroids I realised how foolish I had been, and stopped. When I truly registered the irreversible damage I had done to my hair I began taking Finasteride and Minoxidil. This has halted the hairline recession that the testosterone caused. Prior to the use of testosterone, I never experienced hair loss. My question is: Given the the fact that I didn't lose hair before taking high dose testosterone (500-750mg) and the fact that Finasteride and Minoxidil have halted the hair loss, should it be okay for me to get a small hairline transplant without having to worry too much about chasing my hairline? - Obviously I do not expect to return to my original hairline, as I know this would look unnatural at an older age. I simply want to add a bit to my hairline to hide some of the damage I have done. PS - I have attached a photo of my current hairline (shaved the sides, usually they are bushy) and a photo of my old hairline from 3 years ago. PS again - please do not flame me for using steroids. I was in a very dark place and did not consider the consequences. I know exactly how stupid it was, and have learned from my mistakes.
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