Sun, 13 Jan 2013, 8:00am PST
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My cousin went bald but then had new hair transplanted from elsewhere. It looks great, but he...
Well is it short and curly?
I dated a Nurse for a while when I was younger. She worked with an Agency, that placed her at different clinics and hospitals for day or week long gigs.
She came home one day stressed out and drank about a whole pint of Stoli before she even was able to sit down. She did a gig for a Hair loss clinic. She said one patient had a procedure, where his Bald front had a football section piece cut out of it, then the Dr took a thin narrow long spread knife and crammed in between his scalp and skull and worked all of his scalp skin loose from the skull, then proceeded to pull it to the front and stitched it closed. She said the guy came out of anastesia and was winching, which was making her wince.
Another way was they would take a small diameter plug of hair out of inconspicuous areas, separate each follicle, then implant them one by one more spread out over the obvious bald spot.
Sun, 13 Jan 2013, 10:45am PST
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Curious2 said exactly what I was going to say... I thought Propecia increased hair growth. That said...
I know you don't want to hear this... But, don't obsess over your hair loss. I don't know your personal situation (married or single).... Any girl with a brain isn't going to care one wit about your hair. Now I say this as a former cheerleader, popular type. I've dated the gorgeous but complacent.... I'll tell you... What makes an intelligent woman fall for a guy is a meeting of the minds. A guy who has the power to move people. A dumbass with lush hair is still a dumbass. Personally I find the vacuous stare of stupidity to cause brain cell loss. Own your look. Confidence is sexy and ageless. Just my very humble opinion. Sermon over.
Sun, 13 Jan 2013, 11:30am PST
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Of course you want to keep your hair, losing your hair is the number one insecurity known to man, and your post has that written all over it.
I got my patch right when I turned 21, quite the stinger when I was young and insecure, looking to meet girls at the clubs/bars.
What works best is to get a decent head shaver and every two weeks cut it all to length, looks great all around, have not paid for a haircut in probably 15 years. And, I do a better job myself, I had my arm in a sling once and had to pay for it and she missed a couple of spots!, and all I wanted was shave it all off. I don't go skin!, I'm not shaving down to the skin every single day, or even for anyone, what is that?, another disguise for your thin or balding head?
What's funny, and if your tall, clumsy, or like to drink a few to many now and then, then it especially happens, you hit your head on something and people will notice the scratch or scab and say, what did you hit your head on?
I talked with doctors about it, sure it bummed me out, but I was not about to start dumping chemicals into my body, or on my body in order to fight my genetic disposition or mother nature. It's just a ploy to get your money, eventually you'll give up on the product, or decide the side effects are just not worth it, and with implants, well, lol, you'll have to just keep getting them as life goes by, eventually you'll probably look like a complete freak.
At some point, some age in life, like I said, the vanity will wear off and you'll stop spending money on something as foolish as keeping your hair, but do what you want, women do the breast implants, I see more and more body augmentation shops around, everyone wants to be a star.
I call it pre-occupation.