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Its time to let ur hair down!!!

defo shave it dude!! you have a handsome face...
by Promesse
10/4/2010 1:08:45 PM

agree with Mike

Valiant I am glad you have decided to have a...
by Tony
5/17/2010 7:21:52 PM

it's time

Do yourself a favor and just shave your head.

...
by mike
11/4/2009 9:56:19 PM


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 Valiant R.'s Hair Restoration Site

Name:

Valiant R.

Age:

36

Level of
Baldness:

Bald Class 6

Surgical
Treatments:

Dr. Bill Reed will be performing my microscopic hair transplant very soon and if all goes well I will have a full head of hair to keep my head warm next winter.

Valiant R. had surgery performed by Dr. Bill Reed

Non-Surgical
Treatments:

I avoid: Cold foods and drinks Sugary foods and drinks Fatty foods Animal protein Excessive raw foods Fruit, especially citrus Tomatoes Tofu millet Salt Dairy products ..and coffee. I stick to a low-fat high protein diet. I try to keep my stress level down to a minimum. I massage my head with oregano oil every night.

 My Hair Loss Story.

I started balding in my late teens, my vision also went bad around the same time. I think it had something to do with not wanting to see my self in the mirror any more, or see the way people looked at me when I went to the grocery store or played tennis. I was a great tennis player but I don’t like to play anymore because I’m afraid that my comb-over will be tossed over to its natural side and I will be laughed at and ridiculed. My love life as also suffered a lot. I don’t go on many dates and when I do corner a girl into my bedroom it often ends in shame; at some point the baseball cap has to come off and its hard to perform when you’re distracted and self conscious.


 
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