Is a hair transplant at 20 a good idea?

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  • Sivakasi, 25
  • 3 years ago

I had started losing my hair, I have almost lost many hair section in my hair line. Is transplantation a good choice for me? Many say there are solutions for hair regrowth are they true?

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It's too early. you must need to wait for 2 to 3 years for the same Mobile Hairdressers Melbourne
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I think it is not good at the age of 20. First you should try any natural remedies or try some hair oil or hair tablets for regrowth of hair. If you don't get any result from these then try hair transplant. Check out it, may help you: http://www.nisim.co.za/
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Hi, Hair Plus hair fibre will thicken your hair through a natural process. It is made of natural gossypium herbaceum fibre. The fibre intertwines with your hair and remains in place through static electricity. It will neither damage the scalp nor block the pores. It is entirely safe and will attach on the scalp and sparse hair naturally. By using this product you can have thick hair in seconds, making it the best choice for people with problems of hair loss or sparse hair We are looking to build an affiliation with you. Where you will place/enter our content on your website and we will pay you on the basis of each sale. Our standard rates are 20% per sale. Please visit https://hair-plus.myshopify.com/ for detailed information about our products. If you have any question/queries please feel free to write us. Looking forward for great business with you ahead Regards Owen Affiliate Manager
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I think in 20 transplant is not a good idea. You can take expert advice as soon as possible of treatment related to your hair problem. If you want top quality hair treatment from an expert then you can try Dr Cole’s forhair clinic. They will be able to resolve all your hair related problems.
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A hair transplant may or may not be a good idea for a 20 year old. First of all, I had my first hair transplant when I was 19. Many doctors refuse to do surgery on someone so young because they cannot determine how much loss you will have in the future. They will prescribe propecia and ask you to come back every year for a few more years. However, if you are having a difficult time dealing with the hair loss it may be worth it to have the procedure from a conservative standpoint. I lost enough hair to damage my self esteem and simply needed to add more hair. I would probably been ok with stopping the loss, but propecia was not available at the time. You can visit http://www.greathairtransplants.com for a great education on having a surgical procedure. Please let me know if this helps!
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I get to the point to which you are talking about?
If there is further hair loss is it not possible for redo the treatment again and making the other affected areas as good areas.

I have suffered a hair loss in my hairline.
The reason is had masterburated a lot without knowing its side effects of masterburation?
Now since i know the bad effects now i limit myself
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Hi Sivakasi,

Here is some info from our expert Q&A about who is a good candidate for hair transplant you should check it out. Also, here is a review from a community member which has a video, for further info. Hope this helps.

-Britt

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