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Old 12-17-2006, 09:03 AM
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You look to have healed considerably well - Congrats mate!! Have a fantastic Xmas and get ready for a very hairy new year
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Old 12-17-2006, 11:43 AM
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The healing is progressing nicely for just 10 days. It's very clean. TooThin
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Old 12-21-2006, 08:06 PM
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How are things working out for you? Any shedding starting? Keep us up to date UK.
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Old 12-22-2006, 04:07 AM
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Yeah how are this matey - hope all is well!!
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Hi guys, I know this is a funny time to update u all.. (Christmas day! 3.45am here in the UK) but I am here so it seems a good time! lol.

I have had lots of shedding.. 100's of hairs every (day) time I washed my hair (its very patchy now). I would say it started about 14 days post op. Its now been 3 weeks today since my op. I also have had shock loss, the whole length of the strip scar. The loss is underneath the scar running approx. 5mm all the way along underneath the scar. So there is an obvious thick white line running around my head (I do have it buzz cut to approx a 3 grade so its more obvious). I think it takes many months for this to grow back from what I hear? But the top of the scar hasnt lost any hair. This will grow over the shock loss area and will cover it so its less noticeable with time.. whilst I'm waiting for that area to grow back in.

I didnt notice the hair shed from this area (below the scar)... it just seemed more noticable soon after the staples were removed.

The redness of the recipitent area is very good for 3 weeks post op.. I have been using pure Aloe Vera every day after the staples were removed.. twice a day if I remember to do it. The scar is also going down and using Aloe the same on that. I noticed the donor area scar is just slightly ichy on the odd occation, this will be due to the Aloe healing it I think... but its not too annoying...and not that frequent.. just thought I'd mention it for anyone's wondering.

I'll keep u posted again soon!

<STRIKE>Happy</STRIKE> Hairy Xmas everyone.
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