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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 08-31-2017, 07:47 AM
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For me, I just became more aggressive with shampooing after a week.

By aggressive I mean rubbing with finger pads a little harder. You don't want to be manipulating the scalp much.

Mine were gone in a week or so. Important to get them off but you may take a little longer.

Don't pick at them at all!
I havent been picking but keep finding myself sort of stroking the scabs and they roll under my fingers. Hard to explain but I'm gentle but probably not the best way to deal with them!

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Old 08-31-2017, 08:27 AM
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Just be gentle. Would be very hard to displace a graft after 7-10 days.

And I know, it's hard to keep your hands off it. Wait till you get zits, it's really hard not to go to town squeezing the sh*t out of them.

And PS, for zits I got something like this:

https://www.amazon.com/Tissir-Blackh...+popping&psc=1
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Old 08-31-2017, 09:08 AM
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Just be gentle. Would be very hard to displace a graft after 7-10 days.

And I know, it's hard to keep your hands off it. Wait till you get zits, it's really hard not to go to town squeezing the sh*t out of them.

And PS, for zits I got something like this:

https://www.amazon.com/Tissir-Blackh...+popping&psc=1
Backnof my head was itchy as hell yesterday but woke up Thisbe morning and it's ok- a lot of the scabs have come off over night- pillow was covered in them- eww.

Thanks for the tip on spots- actually have one of those blackhead removers so will try that when it comes about.

When you say you were more vigourous did you just work the scabs with fingers while in the shower?
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Old 09-01-2017, 09:11 AM
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Just be gentle. Would be very hard to displace a graft after 7-10 days.

And I know, it's hard to keep your hands off it. Wait till you get zits, it's really hard not to go to town squeezing the sh*t out of them.

And PS, for zits I got something like this:

https://www.amazon.com/Tissir-Blackh...+popping&psc=1
I actually have one of those spot machines as we call them.

Was very gentle in the shower this morning and just gently ran my fingers through the scabs to try and displace. Think I got rid of a fair few. Thanks mate
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Old 09-01-2017, 11:41 AM
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Just take 2 long hot steamy showers every day and those grafts will come off. I would take a nice long bath every night and keep my head moist. I also sprayed my recipient area every 30 minutes for the first two weeks until i was scab free. Be very careful with those grafts.
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Dr Nader keeps in touch via texting, and he is happy with the results so far.

I'm red, but not violently so. Looking forward to giving you guys the two week update next Friday.
I just started researching in these forums and online and I haven't see a Nader post-op that didn't look clean and even. Looks good man. Looks like you got good donor hair to work with too, thick.

First found out about Nader from this guy on YT. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCof...p-VDnBg/videos

He had two procedures with Nader, results speak for themselves.

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Old 09-15-2017, 01:38 AM
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Yep those videos were the reason i went to Nader. Now my results after 2 fue transplants and 4000 grafts look just as good as Tom's. I love those vids i use to watch them way too much lol
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Yep those videos were the reason i went to Nader. Now my results after 2 fue transplants and 4000 grafts look just as good as Tom's. I love those vids i use to watch them way too much lol
Tom was the reason I went to Nader 2, I had the same kinda hair and I wanted to grow out my hair long as he did. Hopefully I get there as you and tom did lol

I still watch his videos btw lol
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How much is Nader per graft?
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Old 09-16-2017, 04:23 PM
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Yep those videos were the reason i went to Nader. Now my results after 2 fue transplants and 4000 grafts look just as good as Tom's. I love those vids i use to watch them way too much lol
Just looked at your photos. The difference between your 7 month mark and 11 month mark is unreal. Growth was good at 7, but by eleventh month looks very dense. Great work man. Looks good. Thanks for sharing your experience.

Any chance you have progression photos of your other procedure or, if not, kind of brief description of the hair goal and how close to ideal the result was?

Thanks again for sharing.

P.S. I've watched those videos plenty of times myself. :-) He did such a good job documenting the process I'm surprised the tacos didn't get covered in one of the videos.
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