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Have you guys tried this? it seems, at least the scientific papers out there, that this could be better than PRP.

I am toying with the idea of doing this! It is a bit pricey but if I don’t have to go 6 times a year for PRP and it does more, financially it would be the same …PRP was quoted 3800 while the Regenera was quoted 3750. 
 

any input is greatly appreciated!

 

 

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Sounds way too high for a treatment that may or may not work. 

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Appreciate the input. 

PRP for a year is 3800

Regenera is 3750 once and it last up to 2 years with one treatment.

Plus according to the doc, it has progenitor cells, so I am in a better position to keep and grow hair than with PRP which just maintains. 

Is my information wrong?

Money is wise and ROI I think the Regenera is better on paper........I have seen pictures and it seems to be good and the patient that was in the office in front of me had it don

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Personally I don't see the benefit with using PRP as an ongoing, long term treatment for MPB. I would prefer to put that money away towards surgery in the future if surgery is an option. All the best.

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So I went with the Regenera Activa. The doctor I saw actually spent the time to explain all the workings of not only the surgical options but all the non surgical. All the doctors I saw before her, where rude at best, spent max 5 minutes and all wanted to do hair transplant with varying numbers from 2200 to 3500! The two men doctors I saw are supposed to be the best with the most experience in the field of hair transplant in my area, and one woman doctor that just did not give me any confidence in her abilities.

One of the major off putting part was their rudeness, lack of interest in me and my hair loss.........I felt like I was car that they were deciding on what type of breaks I need.

Maybe this is because all 3 of them were old and do not care about customer service anymore.....anyway the doc I saw was younger, friendly, she did not hurry, you could tell she lives hair loss and hair transplant, answered all my questions....even gave me her cellphone number to reach out if I have more questions (that never happened to me before)....after my consult, she told me to go home think about what we talked about, think about her recommendations and also shop around to make sure I was getting what I wanted. Loved her take: "Trust your gut, you will know when you find the right doctor for your needs!".....I think she won me right there and there! Went home did a little more research, called her with a couple of questions and she answered via text, and did the procedure 1 week later.

I am excited to see how the Regenera Activa works on me! 

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Regenra Activa does have promising results. The problem is no one knows the permanence of the results - 6 months? 12 months? 24 months?. You also have to have three 4 mm biopsy punches to make the injecting progenitor cells. So basically you are giving up some of your existing donor hair in return to rejuvenate the miniaturized hair. IS this trade off a good long term decision. Only time will tell. 

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On 11/10/2022 at 10:43 PM, Geza said:

So I went with the Regenera Activa. The doctor I saw actually spent the time to explain all the workings of not only the surgical options but all the non surgical. All the doctors I saw before her, where rude at best, spent max 5 minutes and all wanted to do hair transplant with varying numbers from 2200 to 3500! The two men doctors I saw are supposed to be the best with the most experience in the field of hair transplant in my area, and one woman doctor that just did not give me any confidence in her abilities.

One of the major off putting part was their rudeness, lack of interest in me and my hair loss.........I felt like I was car that they were deciding on what type of breaks I need.

Maybe this is because all 3 of them were old and do not care about customer service anymore.....anyway the doc I saw was younger, friendly, she did not hurry, you could tell she lives hair loss and hair transplant, answered all my questions....even gave me her cellphone number to reach out if I have more questions (that never happened to me before)....after my consult, she told me to go home think about what we talked about, think about her recommendations and also shop around to make sure I was getting what I wanted. Loved her take: "Trust your gut, you will know when you find the right doctor for your needs!".....I think she won me right there and there! Went home did a little more research, called her with a couple of questions and she answered via text, and did the procedure 1 week later.

I am excited to see how the Regenera Activa works on me! 

Hi

Can you update us about your results with regenera activa? I am considering it as I have few options.

Anyone else had this and able to comment?

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Interesting please keep us informed!

It's a bit like exosomes except that instead of using exosomes they use stem cells (exosomes are derived from stem cells).

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