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I have written extensively on this subject because too many doctors are in it for the money, not to benefit you. Forums like Hairloss talk, the Bald Truth and the IAHRS are sites that doctors pay to get on them, so that they are not objective overviews of quality although many good doctor pay the money to get the promotion. For a better overview, read this summary:

For all of you considering a hair transplant: DO NO MAKE YOUR DECISION BASED ON PROXIMITY OR COST from tressless


The yellow fluid you are seeing is serum which normally occurs after an FUE or any open wound. The key is to keep it washed so that this yellow fluid doesn’t form scabs (crusts) and also by keeping it clean, infection risks are minimized?


Hi. I am 26 year old male now and for the last 3 years my hairline is receeding. I am eating healthy, exercising and not smoking, but it doesn’t help much. Could it be my testosterone?

You’re history suggests that you are in the early stages of male pattern balding with a Class 3 pattern of hair loss that is emerging. See a doctor who specializes in hair loss and get the diagnosis and then set up a Master Plan with the doctor for now and to cover your future hair loss?


Estrogen usually slows down balding and can stop it if you address your testosterone chemically or otherwise. I do hair transplants for mtf frequently to create a truly feminine hairline.

I am mtf trans, and I am currently taking min and fin. Soon to be starting estrogen, can anyone chime in? It’s regarding the new evidence that E can regrow hair… from tressless


As the person who pioneered FUE, it is now the most popular hair transplant done world-wide. The doctors starting doing FUE when I published the first paper on the subject here: The public started to demand it and within a year doctors from all over the world were offering, but doing it very poorly. Then I licensed the hair transplant robot that we invented in 1998 to hopefully standardize the FUE. Overtime, instruments got better and better and so did the doctors. Now, in every country in the world, FUE is a standard procedure for hair transplantation. Be careful as not all doctors do FUE well. I have been doing it since 1995.

Why aren’t FUE transplants a bigger deal? from tressless


I had excessive bleeding and the doctors determined I have high estrogen. They put me on a birth control pill and it fixed the bleeding. I’m concerned because I had full lucious hair and now anyone can see through to my scalp. Please help me!

The birth control pills have been known to cause hair loss in some women. Speak with your doctor about the type of pill he has you on.


Every surgery causes scarring. In a hair transplant, there are two types of scars: (1) the strip scar which is a linear scar from an incision in the back of your head, (2) an FUE scar which are very small punctate scar less than 1mm each. Most young men we do, want FUE because they don’t want a ‘line’ scar. I had three hair transplants with an incision method and nobody can find my scars. Each time I had it done, the previous scar was removed. I happen to be a very good healer. IF any doctor tells you that his surgery will not produce a scar, he will be not be telling you the truth so run away from that doctor as the doctor may be trying to tell you a bill of goods. Take a look at this video:

Do transplants cause scars? from tressless


I have been in practice for 27 years and since the drug was released in the mid-1990s, I have prescribed it thousands of times. In my practice experience, I have never seen this syndrome among the people who got the prescription from me, but since I became aware of this a few years ago, I inform EVERY patient of this risk. Even if the risk is very, very low, for the man who get it, the risk is 100% and is tragic.

Came across an article on Medium about his ‘Post Finasteride Syndrome’. What are your thoughts? from tressless


I am a 20 year old Indian male with Norwood 2- Norwood 3 hair loss. As per blood tests, my DHT levels are 1410 which is twice of normal range (250-990). My dermatologist usually prescribes Finasteride 1-mg, but has recommended taking Dutasteride 0.5-mg instead due to unusually high DHT. She said this is for cases like mine. My question is this: what is the difference between Finasteride 1-mg and Dutasteride 0.5-mg in terms of efficacy and potential side effects? Have you ever recommended Dutasteride ? Trials indicate it is far more potent than finasteride.

Finasteride is probably safer than Dutasteride which is known to cause sterility in young men. I never pay attention to the DHT levels as I don’t believe it makes any difference in my initial recommendations.


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