Hair Transplants For Women
Posted on 14 February 2012
Are you interested in getting a plastic surgery?
For both men and women at any age. How many of us are interested to actually get a job done. I found a company that refer you a good doctor you’re looking for. I want breast implants, and fix my nose a little bit. My guy friend is considering to get a hair transplant but I don’t know how painful that is or not.
Any boys and girls here also are curious about getting an sx? And to men, what do you think about women with breast implants?
Not at all..but i think you should if you want to and you have REALLY thought about it.. I hate the idea of 18 year old girls getting nose jobs as a graduation present.
How can I make my hair grow back?
Since I’ve been out of the military six years ago, I noticed that my hair was thinning. I’ve gotten back into shape and lost 40 pounds, but my self-confidence hasn’t come back. I’ve tried Rogaine, Procerin, and some other products. If I had the money, I would have gotten a hair transplant by now, but that’s not a viable option at this point. I’m sick and tired of worrying whether or not it will ever return. For the past five months, I’ve been using this special shampoo called Nioxin, and I don’t see the difference. I don’t have a full head of hair again. Maybe it just stopped the hair from falling out. I’m 31 years old, and I’m sick and tired of looking in the mirror and seeing my thin hair. Night before last, I started applying olive oil to my scalp before I go to bed in the evening. I even hang my head over the edge of the bed for good measure. I’ve not been in a relationship with a woman for the past six years, either. Part of that’s because I got out of the military, adjusted to civilian life, and went back to college to earn my degree.
It’s bad enough that I have Asperger’s Syndrome as that makes me have two strikes against me. I’d hoped my self-confidence would return after I lost weight and started getting beefed up (which I’m doing.) I’m not going to get a toupee because those look fake. That’s the same problem with many hair transplants, too. Nicolas Cage now looks like a Chia pet because his looks fake. Not to mention, there’s no money back guarantee when that happens, too. I’m not going to shave my head, either, because I look like a neo-Nazi with my blond Aryan features and a shaved head. Several people have commented how my physique has really changed, yet I’m not feeling complete because of this damn hair situation. Does anyone out there recommend some diet techniques or supplements? What are the absolute best products I can use to make my hair grow back? Will I have to get a real job during this recession as a newly college graduate and get a hair transplant? Is that really my only hope, or is there something out there that is actually guaranteed to work? My hair doesn’t look any thinner since I’ve been using Nioxin, but it doesn’t look any thicker, either. If anyone out there has any good recommendations on how I can have a healthy head of thick hair again, please do tell.
Well I’m not going to tell you anything that would work, as I don’t know of anything that does. All I can say is that it is ok. Hair is not everything in the world. You shouldn’t let something as small as this get you down. I know that I probably have no right in saying this as I still have hair, but everything will look fine. Personally, I hate hair. I have had a really short crew/buzz cut for years. I hate looking at men with long, greasy, disgusting hair. I think that men are meant to have short hair. Does it look like you shaved your head with a razor, or do you look bald? I think that the razor looks rather cool actually. Don’t get a hair transplant, you are just wasting your money and your time. In time, people’s hair will eventually come grey, and fall out. And then when they are all worrying about you won’t have to, as you have experienced it before. I don’t know of anything that works. Maybe Basley? I’ve seen a lot of commercials for that.
But please, be happy with what you have. Don’t waste your money and time on something that doesn’t mean anything in life.
Does Stimulair really work?
I’m a 40 year old woman and my hair is thinning rather significantly. My doctor said I’m not a good candidate for hair transplant surgery, and I’ve heard some horror stories about the side effects of Minoxidil. My question is, does Stimulair really work, or is it just another gimmick?
I can’t speak for everyone, but a friend of mine saw terrific success with it after being on it for 3 or 4 months. Her hair looks so great now that I’m thinking about trying it myself and I don’t even have what you would call a “problem”.
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