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by Robert MacKay, Friday, June 15, 2012 | Categories: Hair loss

Has football made the sneaky hair transplant the ‘in thing’ to do? We’re sure that most men hope so anyway. Michael Gray, former Sunderland player, was filmed as he underwent the painful hair transplant. The piece was broadcast in an effort to get rid of any stigma or misconception that might be floating around regarding the procedure and the producers seem to think it will have done the job.

For those who would rather a brain transplant than to stay awake while undergoing the painful donor extraction and re-implantation of hair, Propecia is a simpler and much cheaper option than the current hair transplant procedure, which can cost up to £30,000. The key to getting the most out of Propecia is to start taking it as soon as hair loss begins since less hair will be lost initially. The treatment has also been seen to encourage hair growth in areas where hair had already fallen out.

Budgets permitting, there are now a few options for men who are losing their hair and for whom baldness is not an attractive option.

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