» Probably very stupid question on this site and if this question has been
» here don’t hit me hard
» Is here any guy who doesn’t take any medications (i mean propecia,
» minoxidil, proscar etc) and who has got HT? how these results turned out?
» was there a (permanent) shockloss, no hair growth etc? I just wanna know
» everything if you don’t wanna take any kind of drugs and if you wanna get
» HT. Is it just waisting time and money without no results + you just fcuk
» up your donor area too.
» I haven’t took any pills during my life (27 years) because i just hate the
» idea taking them. You all probably taking medications to stop hairloss
Put it like this, if you’re in the market for a hair transplant then obviously you are losing hair due to mpb (likely). If that’s the case, then most likely you’ve not gone completely bald (yet). In that case, you’re going to get a hair transplant in the area(s) you’ve thinned out significantly and/or gone bald already. Once you’ve transplant hairs into the region(s), what about the rest of your hair? Chances are very very high that they are on their way out as well. Can you imagine what your head would look like if you had lost the remaining of your hairs except the patch of area you transplanted? Not good. Therefore, the use of finasteride at minimum, is almost just as crucial as the hair transplant itself. IMO, I don’t recommend anyone pursue a transplant if they have no intentions of taking the medicine thereafter. Beware the sales tactic members tell you otherwise here. If anyone tells you otherwise, I would be strongly skeptical of their motives.
In the situation where you’ve lost your hair and will no longer be losing anymore hairs, then you can easily get away with having a hair transplant and not worry about any meds afterwards.
The meds are moreso to prevent future loss of your remaining hairs as opposed to assisting your transplanted hairs. Although, it does give that extra umph* to your transplanted hairs, say, if you applied minoxidil on them.