I’ve read these threads on this forum, but only wanted to register when I actually had something to contribute.
So I’ve booked a consultation with Dr Gho in London for this Wednesday.
My hairloss is getting pretty bad now, and for me with the issue of donor regeneration, even if 50% of the donor hair regenerates, its better than nothing isn’t it? As long as I don’t get any scarring then I’ll be happy.
I’ve read through this forum, and there is a lot of debate as to how Dr Gho is doing this technique, whether there is regeneration in the donor and how many procedures you can get before your donor runs out or becomes un-usable. I’ve weighed up all the knowns and unkowns and to me, it’s definately worth having the procedure done while I’m young (I’m 26).
I’ve thought long and hard, and I could wait for years for some miracle cure for baldness, or I could act now and enjoy what is left of my 20’s.
So anyway, I thought I’d use my experience from Wednesdays consultation and the eventual procedure to hopefully answer some questions…
I plan on taking as good a quality photographs as I can throughout the whole process. I have absolutely no problem answering any questions, or showing any photos.
The way I see it, the more people take the plunge with this technique, the more we’ll find out about it.
I’m hoping that I’ll be able to “top up” my hair every year or so and for me, money isn’t the issue, I think its a bargain if it works, I’d just have to sacrifice a few things to make sure I can afford it.
P.S. sorry if this post isn’t in a very structured order, I kind of didn’t know where to start. I wanted to introduce myself in a few posts first and say how I was planning on booking a consultation, but I emailed today and before I knew it, I’d agreed to a consultation on Wedesday.