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Old 08-28-2012, 02:14 PM
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If you don't know me i'll give you a quick fill in, i'm fairly blunt with my words may occasionally offend people but what i say is the truth you can bet on that i haven't got double standards though i'm as frank about my own hair.

Basically i've had 2 ops by Dr Hasson the first was 5300 grafts 17 and half months ago and the second was 2160 grafts about 6 and half months ago, it has changed my life i'm not saying i'm totally over hair loss but i don't hide away or shy from cameras anymore.

My pictures are on my blog below it's quite well dated and so on so you should know whats going on, as usual my pictures are outside which is the worst place imo for thinning hair it shows up the scalp well giving your hair a thin illusion. Some of the pictures are birds eye pictures straight over the top of my head which also shows up the thin areas it's rare anyone posts these birds eye shots probably for that reason but i want to be completely honest with my photos. Also my hair in these photos is styled for better coverage so that some areas of my hair overlap thin weak areas so don't think i just towel dry it and it looks constantly amazing it's got to placed well for max effect i think all ht patients do the same but it's not really spoken about.

My scar now is much better than last time it just has a little stretch at the back right about 2cm long with a width of about 4mm but i have awkward tough scalp so i'll settle for that.

I cut my hair about a month ago and regretted it straight away it should look better than it does right now but it will grow back.

To sum things up i'm really happy so far and i've still got 6 more months of thickening which may help some of my weaker spots i mentioned but like i say no matter what i can style to cover these areas.
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Old 08-28-2012, 02:23 PM
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Well done, sir. Well done.

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Old 08-28-2012, 02:26 PM
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Ha Ha No Thank you sir! I really appreciate all the help and advice you've given me it's been about ten years i've known you now and it would of been a lot harder without you so thanks.
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Old 08-28-2012, 02:46 PM
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Bonkers,

Thats a fantastic result so far fella. I have been following yr prgress from yr first op with H & W. I like the fact you call a spade a spade, cant beat a bit of honesty however it comes
Congrats again and kudos to the Doc
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Old 08-28-2012, 03:08 PM
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Thanks Irish been following yours for a while too just seen your 7 months as I've not been on for while and yours is looking spot on mate I've always been a fan of Feller he's top notch I think the colour looks great too have you thought about using men's straightening irons I reckon it would put great texture in it I'm thinking about trying mine.
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Old 08-28-2012, 03:18 PM
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Thanks for the comments bonkers. I bought a pair as my hair is very coarse and hard to manage and it has made the world of difference. Ive also starting applying oil as it helps keep my hair more manageable. I'm going to post next month at the 10 month point, was going to wait til 12 months but i have seen a big change in maturing and even had some new growth.

Both docs did us proud mate
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Old 08-28-2012, 03:24 PM
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VERY nice!!

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Bonker, your hair looks really good.

Congratulations and still more to come.

Always nice to see pictures taken outside in daylight.
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If oil helps then I'd recommend Dax wax styling product that is made with oil and looks great in your hair I use it the blue tin version helps if I want to go with the curl and red tin version is very strong it holds it straight if I want it that way.

Thanks Can't and Chris.
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Bonkerstonker,

I find it very satisfying to say the least knowing where you started and having the privilege of being a part of your journey. I'm very happy for you.
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