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 Posted: Sat Nov 15th, 2014 08:18 pm
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Thanks guys!

I'm only using minoxidil twice a day, I've been using it for 5 years now.

I can't use finasteride because I'm prone to gynecomastia.

Last edited on Sat Nov 15th, 2014 08:18 pm by FredtheBelgian

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Hi Fred


Looking good mate considering only half way to the 12 month Mark , you can clearly see the changes from your last update , are you planning to keep your hair short it does suit you , them 2 pictures you uploaded are fantastic donor looks great .


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Thank you Dazzster :).

I think I'm going to keep it short, I mean, shaving it to 0,5 mm on the sides and 3 mm on top every month, something like that.

I'm used to have my head shaved and I truly think it is the best look for me.

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Looking good Fred, the new growth is coming along nicely.
Thanks for the update.



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I think it looks great dude already to be honest;) and i agree the short look does suit you



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Hello Fred,

Looking good for only the half way point.

I defo think you should keep it short as you suggest above. It really suits you and there is no sign of any work, so why not!

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Hi Fred,
Maybe dereys is an option for me as well as he does not seem to mind about young age.
Does he use manual or micro motor?
where does he operate from?
how many assistants does he employ?
Do you need to pay a deposit?
Does he requre blood test?
Does he require to have a disclaimer signed?

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He's 100% manual.

He operates in Heist-Op-Den-Berg which is a village near Antwerp.

He has two assistants, his wife and his daughter who are trained nurses.

You need to pay 10% of the price of the surgery beforehand.

No blood test required.

He doesn't require your to sign anything.

I hope that helps you :).

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Hi Fred,
Are people commenting on your appearance now and noticing you have hair again.



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I know it's early days Fred and your result looks great....but i'm curious as to whether like mist you have developed any hair greed lol and are you planning any further work down the line if any type?



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No,not any hair greed for now. I'm just going to fix the crown when it gets really bad, and it's holding pretty well thanks to the minoxidil right now.

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hi fred


any updates on your hair transplant

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FredtheBelgian wrote: No,not any hair greed for now. I'm just going to fix the crown when it gets really bad, and it's holding pretty well thanks to the minoxidil right now.
Glad to hear it dude, sounds like a good plan.;)
Which Minoxidil do you use out of interest...the solution or the Rogaine foam?



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An update is coming in 6 days.

I use a custom 5% solution done by my pharmacist :).

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FredtheBelgian wrote: An update is coming in 6 days.

I use a custom 5% solution done by my pharmacist :).

Thats great thanks Fred look forward to the update, you must have a good pharmacist i would stick with them as i can only imagine the blank confused stares i would get if i asked mine to make up a custom solution for me.



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8 months update

I'm quite pleased with my status at 8 months. It's still relatively early and supposed to be 60% of my final result.

The pictures







All your comments are welcome :).

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Hi Fred,
It is looking good and the coverage is great.I took a look at pre op pictures and the transformation is night and day.You have planned your HT very well and it's paying off now.
All the best.

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looking good Fred, its framed your face as you wanted. All the best for the future

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Hi Fred 

Looking good mate you can clearly see the change when looking at your pre op pictures , you done your research well and planned well , still more to come and it can only get better and better  , like that short hair style you have it frames your face nicely 

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Fred


Looking good! I have never been in a position in my life where i have lost my hairline.

I can only imagine how much your life has improved since Dr De Reys started your journey.

All the best!!



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