• 10-01-2014 06:03 AM
    any news of Gaz after 5th HST?
    Hello Gaz, if you read me, any update or impression?

    I am considering going for another big session and buy me another 3 to 4 years peace of mind.
    My first HST framed me back and the result is still there after a bit more that two years.
  • 10-30-2014 03:59 AM

    Gaz, any update? how does your hair look now?
    Do you feel thicker? fuller? OK under spotlights and day light?
  • 10-30-2014 06:34 AM
    I am contemplating HST myself. How full did you find your transplanted hair grew? Some results seem vastly superior to others and am not quite certain what to ask for. I am looking for a conservative hairline (mine has always been high) but mainly just to widen the widows peak to a more appealing level.

    Right now I can get away with slightly longer hair without it looking strange but would very much like enough of a hairline to have a buzz cut of a short length.
  • 10-30-2014 06:34 AM
    I too am curious if a Gaz update though but he hasn't been here for a while now and I'd love to see the results of the last procedure.
  • 11-21-2014 08:49 AM
    I'd also love an update Gaz.

    Your case is the closest thing we have to a cure via HST. :)

    I'm going back for my 3rd procedure in two weeks time and I can't wait. This procedure in my opinion will give me some much needed density.
  • 11-22-2014 08:47 AM
    Me too, and I also, unfortunately, think that HST is the only treatment so far that can bring a fair bridging until an actual cure pops up!!! at high costs...

    That's why, Gaz, if you can read us, and let us see your amazing improvements?

    Thank you.
  • 11-27-2014 07:35 AM
    Cant wait to see an update as well.

    Did you post any pictures after your second procedure?

    Keep us in the loop guys!
  • 11-28-2014 03:52 AM
    it's weird , no more news from Gaz and no more news from Arashi.

    Gaz result must be awesome!!! what happend to you guyzzz?
  • 11-29-2014 04:33 PM
    sorry guys, kinda of got a bit tired of the whole anti-hasci, whether it's right or wrong I just lost interest in arguing about it.

    My result up to now is decent. I still need to increase density in the recipient, which I may do! I only had 1200 HST on my last procedure, so it was never going to make a significant difference from where I was before this, however I can personally tell the difference and couldn't be happier with it.

    Donor looks pretty much the same as it did after my 4th HST.

    How are you guys getting on, any plans?
  • 11-29-2014 09:28 PM
    Doing great, planning a second procedure somewhere next year. The fx rates are not in my favour right now so i am waiting a bit.

    Gc do you think you will post some pics anytime soon? If you dont have time at the moment, would be really cool if you can post an update when you hit the 8-10 month mark post-op.

    Also, i know it may be the wrong place to ask the question. Any of you ever asked hasci about body hair transplants? I surprisingly have very straight chest hair, i have wondered if i want to maximize amount of hair that i can put on my head in the long run, is it possible to have some chest hair transplanted with hst. To make it more natural, implant it in a lets say 1:5 ratio. Its 16% more and i don't think it would be a material visual difference, giving its pretty straight and similar color.


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