View Full Version : Young professional fighting balding

03-02-2010, 06:24 PM
Hey. I am a 25 yo young professional fighting hairloss. I began thinning pretty bad when I was 21 and got on propecia by 22. I regrew a good amount of hair and have kept it for 3.5 years now. This past year I decided to have a 1800 fut with a good surgeon to regain a mature reinforced hairline. It looks great and I have received so many compliments. I discussed with the Dr that I would like this to look natural as I mature and that I would probably need additional transplants if propecia's effectiveness starts to wain. I was told I have a good donor area. I was wondering if any other business types could post how they dealt with subsequent HTs? In the end, was this a good decision for you? I have anxiety over how everything will turn out. My Dr says he thinks im a good 5 years from needing a touch up but I cant seem to shake this paranoia. I looked awful with a shaved head and with a thin hairline so I still think I made a good decision. I would probably be heading towards a nw6 without early intervention. Thanks

Dr. Glenn Charles
03-02-2010, 08:39 PM
Life is short. You said it looks good now so enjoy it. Do not waste time worrying about something you are not even sure is going to happen. Your doctor said you have plenty of good donor hair remaining. If over the years you start to lose some more hair than you can have another procedure.