you told me your friend had a great experience with Propecia. How long has he been on it? Yeah, right now, when I tell doctors that I am taking propecia, their first response is, "what the hell for?" or they seem shocked. But it my hair is wavy and dark, so those hair characteristics help with the coverage.
I actually went to the bosley clinic for a free consultation, and he was surprised i was even there. Thank God i read a lot of bad things about them before doing anything stupid. From what I have seen, it seems like Dr. Cole has had a lot of great reviews and the hairlines look very natural. Also, I really like the FIT procedure as opposed to strip since i like to have my hair short on the back, and it is a better value. I look forward to having a hair transplant with Dr. Cole whenever I decide to.
If I were to get a hair transplant anytime within the next few years, I dont intend to get anything dramatic. I just want something to recreate my hairline, a hairline thats appropriate for someone around 30. I have an idea of what kind of hair would be good for me and not be too dramatic at all. I look at this as a long-term solution, but right now, I guess I should just enjoy the hair I have right now since I am not bald yet. I am hoping the rogaine foam will produce good results since I am shedding right now. I just hope the hair does grow back though. I think I had decent results with the liquid even though i had a lot of scalp irritation.
From the results I have seen on the website, it seems like people who are bald still have great and realistic results. From what I have experienced by looking at other hair transplant doctors, if the results appear to be too good, they are probably too good to be true.