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  1. I realise exactly what all of you are saying but like I said before - I like the service that comes with it. I wouldn't be on Propecia right now and my hair would probably be a lot thinner had I not been a ********* client. They give me all the help I need and I am willing to pay for the service. I really tehink the whole package is worth the money as I'm not just getting the products - I'm getting much more. I completely understand what you are saying but I prefer to lay back and let someone else do the work and know I'm in good hands. That's just the way I feel and I'd recommend ********* to people like me (seems not to be everybody's preference!). Thanks for all your comments though.
  2. The whole year costs £1410 but I pay around £350 every 3 months. They take it automatically and send the products to me.
  3. I've just also posted some info on hairlosstalk discussion forum - I'm a ********* patient. Yes they charge more but you get what you pay for. It's like buying a scoda or a mercedes - they will both get you to your destination but one will take much longer. Anyway, what I'm trying to say is ********* may charge a fair amount (not compared to some companies however - I went to advanced hair and they charged nearly 3 x as much for laser and minoxidil which is known not to be as effective as what I use from *********) but the service and products are the best available. I use Propecia and Minoxidil 12.5% as my main basis for the treatment 'course'. The full course includes monthly treatments at the centre, shampoo and conditioner, check-ups with the doctors there (tricologists) where I get a picture every time I go so I can monitor the progress. I have to also say that it is a pleasure to go down to the centre - there is a really nice vibe there and although they're always busy they always manage to keep a smile and serve me well. They also have loads of pics (before and afters) on the website - There was one occasion where one of the consultants seemed a bit rude (probably because they were quite busy) but it was all sorted out with the manager (I'm not sure if she works there anymore anyway). I got mild side effects with the Propecia when I started as well. If I wouldn't have had them watching over my case or if I would have bought from the internet I probably would have been freaked out and just stopped. But they kept a very close watch and told me to stay on for another week as side effects can wear off if the drug is continued - they did and everything's been fine since. Anyway, I'd recommend them. Also take a look at this page - [ There's links from newspaper articles about how dodgy on-line pharmacies are - it's all real from uk papers. Hope this helps you all. Mark
  4. I've just also posted some info on hairlosstalk discussion forum - I'm a ********* patient. Yes they charge more but you get what you pay for. It's like buying a scoda or a mercedes - they will both get you to your destination but one will take much longer and won't be as enjoyable. Anyway, what I'm trying to say is ********* may charge a fair amount (not compared to some companies however - I went to advanced hair and they charged nearly 3 x as much for laser and minoxidil which is known not to be as effective as what I use from *********) but the service and products are the best available. I use Propecia and Minoxidil 12.5% as my main basis for the treatment 'course'. The full course includes monthly treatments at the centre, shampoo and conditioner, check-ups with the doctors there (tricologists) where I get a picture every time I go so I can monitor the progress. I have to also say that it is a pleasure to go down to the centre - there is a really nice vibe there and although they're always busy they always manage to keep a smile and serve me well. They also have loads of pics (before and afters) on the website - There was one occasion where one of the consultants seemed a bit rude (probably because they were quite busy) but it was all sorted out with the manager (I'm not sure if she works there anymore anyway). I got mild side effects with the Propecia when I started as well. If I wouldn't have had them watching over my case or if I would have bought from the internet I probably would have been freaked out and just stopped. But they kept a very close watch and told me to stay on for another week as side effects can wear off if the drug is continued - they did and everything's been fine since. Anyway, I'd recommend them. Also take a look at this page There's links from newspaper articles about how dodgy on-line pharmacies are - it's all real from uk papers. Hope this helps you (and anybody wanting to seek treatment). Mark
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