Alcohol addiction

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Hi. I am an alcohol addict. I cannot abstain from this habit. I have a severe hair loss and therefore I am considering a hair transplant technique in Toronto. But I have heard that one should give up alcohol consumption at least for a week before and after the procedure. Is it true? Why is it so? I cannot even think about it. Is there any other permanent solution for hair loss other than hair transplant? Please advise.
 
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Does this forum look like webmd to you? Your hair is gone forever, your liver is going to shut down, and you are going to die a painful death because your body will go into septic shock from all the urine it can not get rid of. You will die painfully at the hands of your own piss.
Have a very nice day
 
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Does this forum look like webmd to you? Your hair is gone forever, your liver is going to shut down, and you are going to die a painful death because your body will go into septic shock from all the urine it can not get rid of. You will die painfully at the hands of your own piss.
Have a very nice day
I did not expect anything hateful out of coke. When I retired I quit shaving and cutting my hair and wear a ball cap to cover up my starting to go bald. I am 64 years old and my facial hair and head hair are still natural blond with only a hint of grey. I have drank heavily and smoked heavily since I turned 21 without ill effects either health or job wise.
 
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imaginethat

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The only real problem we have here is an imposter - he/she isn't some random person who just decided that DTT might be the alternative WebMD he'd been looking for - who's trying to direct traffic to a really slow-loading, for-profit, hair transplant website.

Probably not a true identity....

:lol:
 
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