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At what point of severity would you consider a transplant?

Discussion in 'Women's Hair Transplant Surgery Discussions' started by jumpinggreedy, Jun 19, 2014.

  1. jumpinggreedy

    jumpinggreedy New Member

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    Hello, so I was wondering when experiencing hair loss (like bald spots) at what point would you consider consulting a physician for a transplant? I don't know when to call enough enough with the different products I've been trying...but I'm tired of trying and failing new things. I want something that's a sure-win and that I don't have to take off or remove (like extensions or whatever).
     
  2. Agahi

    Agahi Established Member

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    I'd get one now if I could afford it. Norwood 2 verging on 3. As long as you have stabilized on finasteride or are as far as you think you will go baldness wise I'd say the sooner the better.
     
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    I was going to look into hair transplants if Rogaine for Women didn't work. Luckily, it did.
     
  4. Agahi

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    It worked for me for years..the baldness caught up.
     

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