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Current method to fix genetic hair loss

Check out IARHS certified drs.
These drs have been chosen to join this group after being investigated that they are doing ethical treatment and are not running some useless, harmful hair mill scam.

Google article on "lunch hour" direct hair transplant.

What drs are doing now is taking individual hairs from the back bottom of head. They then micro implant each hair into the missing areas.
This works because the hairs being lost have a different genetic coding
To fall out. The hairs at the bottom of head do not have the same coding.
And therefore when implanted they will be permanent.

New techniques of micro individual implant allows people to
Bypass outdated methods like transplanting parts of the scalp and causing scarring.

Homeopathy cannot cure genetic hair loss-
And one should never take finisteride or propecia or other drugs to grow hair- as these can lower testosterone permanently and also the above drugs have to be taken for the rest of your life.
 
  simone717 on 2017-07-21
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