If one has been evaluated by a urologist and undergone a variety of tests for problems and finasteride has been single out as the cause. Can one still undergo restoration work? Or should one simply forget it?
You are asking for a medical opinion without my ability to find out details about you, something that I do when I perform a consultation. Things like family history, age, miniaturization (where it is and how advanced it is) will tell me much. One can have a hair transplant without taking Propecia. I do this in older men and in men who I can predict what will happen to them over time. Everyone is different. My job is to protect you from over-enthusiasm, bring you down to reality, and then try to accomplish your goals (which may or may not be a hair transplant).