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    How did you guys pay for your hair transplants? I don't make more than $50,000 a year but I am seriously considering getting a transplant since I have used RU58841 for 1.5 years and it hasn't helped (and neither did rogaine).

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    Some places work with separate credit agencies for financing.

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    well dear there might some hair transplant clinics which can cost low money as compared to the others but you have to make sure that they are really experience and specialist surgeon..

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    I hear you man.. I only work part time lol. But yeah, either have to get a personal loan from a bank or chose a clinic that works with agencies such as care credit, which is a cosmetic finance company. There rates may be a little high so watch out. Also, try and give a budget to a doctor you chose because some are decent enough to work with the patient.

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    I paid for mine with a personal loan from my bank. My credit is good enough that my interest rate was extremely low and I was able to get payments that were significantly lower than a standard car payment. It was worth it for me to go this route.

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    It all depends on who you want to go to. Some surgeons are cheaper vs others. Some ask for canadian currency, some euro, US dollar etc, if it is in another currency, you may have to pay higher exchange rate and wiring fees etc. some allow credit card payment, some wire, and you can get on a credit program the physician offers. The credit programs may offer 0% interest rates.

    But be very careful, if you become a repair patient, then youll pay more to try to fix the situation and etc. so, if you are going into a restoration procedure, please make sure a very high ethical surgical protocol is followed where the doctor does the surgical parts of surgery. Also, make sure the tools they use put you in less risk of failure. Example: high speed motorized punches that can heat versus manual slow and steady punches if your doing FUE.

    It is really hard coming up with money for a procedure that is priced as much as a car or more depending on the situation. Wish you the best and I hope you have success if and when you get a procedure.

    Ps- you can also negotiate cost with some docs

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    Hey, so I actually pay for any needs thanks to a credit card. However, because sometimes I have situations where I can't find the right amount of money, which affects some issues among my family. Since sometimes there are such situations, I prefer to borrow from a friend, but sometimes I take loans that help me solve important cases. Since not so long ago I was looking for a suitable credit site on various forums (https://credit-10.com/nl/minilening/) which helped me make a choice in calculating the money and take the loan itself.

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