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Old 09-07-2012, 11:12 PM
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Hairgoesnothing when did the shockloss return for you after your first surgery?
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Old 09-08-2012, 10:31 AM
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Hairgoesnothing when did the shockloss return for you after your first surgery?
It started to grow back around the start of month three. By month four it was pretty much all gone. I have shock loss right now in the exact same location as my first surgery and just like my first round, it is now starting to grow back now that I am well into my third month.
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Old 09-09-2012, 05:01 AM
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Scar looks pretty good in close-up pics, but that is a nasty ass scar no matter what/who does it IMHO. You can cut your hair really short and it's not too noticeable, but bald just doesn't work. Kind of makes me sad when I see OK looking bald dudes to know that I will never be able to cut it (if I needed to) and be free with it and never worry about it again like them, but I just gotta remind myself that I do not look like those dudes bald.

Yep, scars suck. But you become a master of layering your hair on the sides to cover the scar. i'm up for a revision myself. mine never healed well.

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Yep, scars suck. But you become a master of layering your hair on the sides to cover the scar. i'm up for a revision myself. mine never healed well.

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One of the things that attracted me in the first place to dr Rahal's clinic when I was originally considering having hair transplant surgery was the quality of his donor scars. On two occasions now, he has not let me down.
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Hello Hairgoesnothing and other users,

Looks like you had a great job done. I was wondering do you mean it was done by the hands of Dr. Rahal or just by someone at one of his clinics?

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Old 10-08-2012, 08:20 PM
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Hello Hairgoesnothing and other users,

Looks like you had a great job done. I was wondering do you mean it was done by the hands of Dr. Rahal or just by someone at one of his clinics?

Thanks, James
Hello James,
It was done 100% by the hands of the Master himself, Dr. Rahal. I used the word "clinic" just as a fancier way of saying his office. Both of my transplants were performed by Dr. Rahal at his Ottawa office.
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Hairgoesnothing any updates to share?
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Old 10-14-2012, 02:17 PM
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Hello Slickers,
As per your request, here are my four and a half months update pictures + one preop.
Everything is going great!
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Yeah man! Hairgoesnothing. That is some awesome crown growth at little over 4 months. The next 4-8 weeks are going to be so much fun for you! You have come a insanely long way! Congratulations and good luck my friend. Always have enjoyed reading your documentation and seeing you well updated photos. Im very impressed. Things look good! Good luck!
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Old 10-14-2012, 03:43 PM
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4 months wow Well on your way now. As Raphael says you've come an insanely long way, no wonder you're happy man.

Enjoy the next few months mate. Thanks for the update.
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