Dr. Rassman here’s my question. I am 40 years old and started to bald when I was about 36. Around then I bagan taking propecia and have encountered good results. Most of my hair has regrown. Anyway, here’s my question. From time to time I think about a hair transplant and I think about this as a means to stop taking Propecia. Am I fooling myself. Will I still be on Propecia after the hair transplant? Thanks.
With the good results you’ve reported, you should not consider stopping the Propecia. Hair transplants should be looked at as a way to augment the results, if you feel that the results now do not meet your objectives. If you stop the Propecia, you will go back to square one and lose all of the benefit you recieved from it in a matter of a few months. You need to sit down with your doctor and work this into a Master Plan for your present and future hair loss.