Hi everyone, Having had consultations with a variety of centers, a somewhat common recommendation I get when addressing hair transplants is an insistence or strong recommendation of finasteride usage after transplant, that not using it comprises the value of your transplant in the long term. Like many people, I have a preference to not use finasteride, so I have questioned the value of a transplant for myself. However, recently, a doctor at UCLA Medicine (who does not do hair transplants and only does PRP on the side) told me that I absolutely do not need to use finasteride after a transplant as my donor hair area has enough hair to sustain me for future transplants (which, if I recall correctly, he projected could be done every 10-15years) for a lifetime. (I don’t recall if he was stating that to be the case generally or specific to me, that I happen to have enough hair in my donor area.) I would like to ask if this is a common understanding in the field, that our donor area (for those with ample hair there) can be a lifetime source of hair transplants, thus forgoing the need to use finasteride? Thanks for any insight.