good that you are happy but you are only 25 and the fittest as well as other people who had transplants had bad suprises in time when they had to chase their hairloss forever with transplants. Only to find out that it would look less and less natural as the native hair were departing for good.
At 25 i was nw1 with only minoxidil keeping my hair which i started at 22 when hairloss became noticable. At 28 my temples receded and turned nw3 and also my crown became thinner. At that time i met transplant doctors some of them willing to fill in my temples and rebuild my hairline others (bless them) they told me to wait and use propecia. I tried propecia had to give up due to sides after a year and a half(my hair were amazing at the time thanx to propecia crown and mid area was full!!!)… Now i am 32 nw6 and the doctors that were willing to bring me from nw3 to nw1 at the time now said i have to have a high hairline and that i am not a good candidate for both front and crown restoration and i should try propecia again along with my transplant for the best result and thickening of the crown. I was a good candidate a few years back never the less lol.
Its all BS, they rely on propecia and restore youngsters hair, if propecia fails the scenario is dark…people that are nw6 are better off because they have realistic expectations and the doctor knows with what he is working with and doesnt rely on propecia so much…they just hope you get on it to avoid further thinning and revival of weak hair that are there, for how long…noone knows.
one thing is for sure though if you are 20 or 23 or 25 or 28 or i dont know what and you are nw6 you obviously dont have to wait until you are 30 :)…i guess the warning was for people like me who still hadnt lost their native hair and their hairloss was still at the early stages.
So i guess moral of the story for me…thank god i listened to people like the fittest back then.