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Having you consulted with any physicians yet? Utilizing any preventive medications?

"Doc" Blake Bloxham - formerly "Future_HT_Doc"

 

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Having you consulted with any physicians yet? Utilizing any preventive medications?

 

No.

What is the point of taking propecia for my whole life when it wont give me back NW1 hairline? And destroyed hairline is reason why i am unsatisfied.

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I would agree with what Blake said, I think you may be able to hold you hairline where it is (the solid part, not where it started thinning already) with finasteride and transplants. I had a simlarish transplant to what you would need but I was on meds and and 8 years older with no crown loss at the time of transplantation. It seems that you are losing in the crown to which is why I would consider meds. It may not give you your hairline back, but it can stabilize your entire head for years. Without them, you may be chasing the hairline that you implant until you run out of donor. I think meds are a must for any 25 year old getting an HT.

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I would agree with what Blake said, I think you may be able to hold you hairline where it is (the solid part, not where it started thinning already) with finasteride and transplants. I had a simlarish transplant to what you would need but I was on meds and and 8 years older with no crown loss at the time of transplantation. It seems that you are losing in the crown to which is why I would consider meds. It may not give you your hairline back, but it can stabilize your entire head for years. Without them, you may be chasing the hairline that you implant until you run out of donor. I think meds are a must for any 25 year old getting an HT.

 

I got still no crown/vertex loss. Those gaps on hair is becouse of hairstyle and curly hair.

However, my hairline is a problem and no med will give me back solid NW1.

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