» » Hey Minitor - Just get yourself on medication,see how that works out
» » before you do anything,you’ve a lot of hair anyway - Remember once you
» » them little bits done,you’ll have to keep getting hair transplant,as
» » lose even more hair over time.
» Hey Baldie42 thanks for the quick reply, I have been on propecia for
» nearly 2 years now, I have noticed my hairloss come to a stop and even
» noticed some thickening up, I should have taken some before propecia pics
» back then. I won’t be jumping into anything without a great deal of
» research, starting with forum members (who could be more experienced).
Hey. I am a guy like you who wanted a hair transplant pretty young. I got it and I’m happy I did. But if I could do it again, I would have done just a few things differently. First of all, I definitely, wouldn’t have gotten strip. Seems dumb not to pay extra to avoid the scar. Especially young guys like us who still have years of hair loss left.
Also, I would look into Avodart. Yes it has more side effects than propecia, but it may work better. Who knows? You have to try to see what it does for you. I would try and buy it generic, from inhousepharmacy.com. Also, look into the generic from that site too. It’s so much cheaper, and may work just as well. You have to try it out for you.
The disadvantage about balding early with HTs is you don’t know how much you have. But at the same time, I think it’s better to do a bunch of gradual HTs over time, to kind of cover up the balding as it comes. It would be very obvious if you went from Norwood 5 to 2. But to keep it at 2, maybe a HT every 5 years, would be more discreet.
Also, I wouldn’t go to drastic because of the fact that technology is always improving. Maybe just get enough to keep you hair loss hidden, and 5 years later a much more efficient technique will be in place. Man, had I waited just 1 year, I probably wouldn’t have gotten strip.