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Hairloss Pict -- Sometimes it is All In the Family


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Folks:

Here is a comparison pict that some may find useful or interesting.

The pict is one of my head pre-HT and the other is my father's head currently. He is 71.

Too me, what is still sort of amazing is the striking similarity in our hairlines. Yeah, he is a bit thinner overall on top, but still.

I think luckily, he has strong sides and back (you probably can tell from the picts). It is the top that has thinned out a bit.

I'm hopeful this hairloss pattern I see will help ensure that the HT I had will never look weird.

Bad HT planning on someone destined to be NW6+ I think can lead to disaterous results. You'll have Joe Biden or Jacque Lamarie head. It just plain looks weird.

And another thing, it is just a little funny how something that is such a big deal for a man in his 20s is no big deal later on. Of course, we all understand why this is, but still it is a bit funny.

Anyway, comments are welcome, but it is just a comparison pict some may find interesting.

 

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Folks:

Here is a comparison pict that some may find useful or interesting.

The pict is one of my head pre-HT and the other is my father's head currently. He is 71.

Too me, what is still sort of amazing is the striking similarity in our hairlines. Yeah, he is a bit thinner overall on top, but still.

I think luckily, he has strong sides and back (you probably can tell from the picts). It is the top that has thinned out a bit.

I'm hopeful this hairloss pattern I see will help ensure that the HT I had will never look weird.

Bad HT planning on someone destined to be NW6+ I think can lead to disaterous results. You'll have Joe Biden or Jacque Lamarie head. It just plain looks weird.

And another thing, it is just a little funny how something that is such a big deal for a man in his 20s is no big deal later on. Of course, we all understand why this is, but still it is a bit funny.

Anyway, comments are welcome, but it is just a comparison pict some may find interesting.

 

vocor1

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If the worst question is the one never asked, then the worst answer is the one never shared.

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Vocor1,

That's a wonderful and unique split image. Your dad is a real sport and a trooper for the cause. Absolutely, I can see his tall sides. Great planning on your part.

 

My father is almost 84 years and I do believe that I can see through him where I would have ended up. We were just together yesterday and I observed that I had the same recessed temples as he, prior to my visit to Vancouver.

 

Yeah, it is "All in the Family.

Jim

"Temples 'n Crowns Forever"

 

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Thanks uncjim.

Looking at the pictures again now, it still amazes me how strikingly similar our hairloss patterns are. In fact, it is a pattern shared by some of my uncles and cousins as well on my father's side.

I guess it is a peer into what was in store for me. Again, that hairloss is not a big deal in the 70s. I think my new hairline will be able to stand the test of time. I sure hope so. That would make me very happy.

 

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If the worst question is the one never asked, then the worst answer is the one never shared.

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