Hi guys, First time posting here. I thought it'd be useful for others to hear of my experience of propecia and my chosen hair transplant surgeon. Background: I'm a 24yr old Male Norwood 1 / 2. Problem: Hair loss since I was 20 years old Steps to date: started Propecia in November 2015, still on them to this day. Verdict on Propecia: Horror stories I read about this medication safe to say it's had no effect on me and I imagine there's many who don't share their story about how fine the medication has been for them. Benefits of Propecia: Less hair shedding when combing / brushing / washing. Some light improvement in density to the crown. Full results appeared month 12. Surgeon and procedure: I did five years research, didn't want to travel overseas, didn't have the capacity for a very expensive procedure. I read many reviews on Trustpilot for Dr Harris Haseeb, Nottingham which is relatively local for me in Sheffield, so decided to see him for a consultation November 2016. No sales pitch, very straight with me about my current options and my long term options. He did not promise me the earth and was very realistic about what could be achieved. He suggested 1000 FUT graft (approx 2000 hairs) to my hairline. Advised me there's around 10,000 donor grafts available at the back of head, and that they should be used wisely in the event further loss occurs later in life. Had the procedure done last week (May 2017). Arrived early at the Hillside clinic where Dr Harris operates from. Professional staff, great patient co-ordinaters. DR Harris also works for the NHS in plastics so I had great reassurance of his capabilities. Painless procedure, nice environment, dinner provided, over in around 5 hours. The operation cost me £3000.00 there's an option to take it on 0% finance with a £500.00 deposit and around £80pcm thereafter. Overall the results are looking great up to now, the aftercare has been good Harris called me to check how it was going and gave some additional advise about removing the scabs from the new grafts Photos below, feel free to get in touch with me if you want any info / advise. Found limited info on Harris on the forums so thought it'd be useful if I started a thread. Cheers Michael Update on propecia. I changed to standard Finasterise 1mg in January 2019 as it’s the active ingredient of propecia and it has had the same effect, with a much lower cost.