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Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) Discuss and share your photos, experiences and results related to the Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) hair transplant procedure, including its advantages, disadvantages and who is an ideal candidate.

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Old 01-13-2012, 12:01 PM
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Pics look fine MPBsucks.

Have you had any shockloss and how do you feel about your journey so far?

Are you remaining positive and upbeat?
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Old 01-13-2012, 12:15 PM
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Ive had a fair bit of shockloss which I was expecting. Im starting to see some of it return but i dont think alot of it around the hairline will return since it was barely visible anyway.

Ive been fairly upbeat about it since Ive been realistic, not expecting any cosmetic difference for several months so my journey so far is going ok!

The first 6 weeks were the most difficult trying to make my hair look decent at such a short length which proved difficult and concealers saved the day.
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I am at around 3 months also and i think it’s not a great time unless you are an early grower, as the suspense and anticipation reach a higher level then after surgery as you are not expecting anything initially at that stage.
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Hey Ben,

Hows things going? Can't wait to see your next update.

Also, would it be possible to PM you regarding the procedure? I may have a similar one myself so would love to find out a bit more about how it went on the day.

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Things are going well at the moment, ive got alot of growth coming through. Ill post some pictures next at the four month stage.

Yeah feel free to PM me.
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Here are some pictures at the four month stage. Ive noticed a fair bit of growth at the hairline where density is at the highest. Further up growth seems a bit patchy but obviously it is early days.





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Old 02-21-2012, 08:02 AM
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It is very early days at 4 months.

Is the long process testing your patience, or you naturally a patient person?
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Old 02-21-2012, 08:12 AM
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4 months is early days.

Here you go mate for a compare - Early days


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You could at least have changed your t-shirt in the last 4 months ;-)

Can see definite progress now - can see how the temples have hair now when they didn't before, exactly in line with the blue line on the before pic (particularly on the right hand side as we look at it).

I guess this is the 'boom' time where you start to see fast growth.

Thanks again for updating us - your case is fascinating!
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Thanks for the comparison Spex,

England, the T-shirt is a good spot however they are different! lol. My wardrobe is full of loads of blue t-shirts!

Chrisdav,
The wait so fair has not really tested my patients since I have been expecting things to go slow. Im not naturally a patient person but when it comes to hair growth I can only sit back and wait.
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