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Old 11-30-2017, 04:16 PM
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Hello my Spanish friend
Great to see you are recovering well and the pain has almost gone. You are lucky with the redness. Enjoy your great hairline, as it will no doubt be disappearing down the plug hole in the next couple of weeks hopefully you might be one of the lucky ones
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Old 12-01-2017, 01:11 PM
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Hello my Spanish friend
Great to see you are recovering well and the pain has almost gone. You are lucky with the redness. Enjoy your great hairline, as it will no doubt be disappearing down the plug hole in the next couple of weeks hopefully you might be one of the lucky ones
Hope your dinner was nice
Hello HG1!

Hahaha, I had to search in the translator what "plug out" was! When I found out, my face changed into this :-| hahaha.

I know it's going to happen, but I don't want to! I think we all think it's going to be less emotionally stressful than it really is

Anyway, I think I will take vitamin pills for the hair to see if they can lessen the shock loss and make the implanted hair to grow faster...

Bye, friend!
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Old 12-07-2017, 04:40 AM
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Week 2

Time flies

Two weeks ago, my second day of surgery was about to end. Today, I can tell for sure that the pain has completely gone. I'm also completely free of scabs.

Back on day 10, I still had some scabs on the recipient area and my coordinator, Sara, told me to wash my head harder in order to get rid of them definitively. I saw 5-6 hairs telling me goodbye when I focused on the bigger scabs, but I think (hope) it's completely normal :-)

I still don't feel any kind of shedding since I've only seen 1 or 2 little, little hairs in my hands after washing my head.

As you can see, redness is not very noticeable unless the light is really intense or "cold" (within the white/blue range).

By the way, every day that passes I'm more comfortable with the new "me" and my new short hair, this whole experience is really comfortable!
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Old 12-07-2017, 07:42 AM
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Impressive - I am going to follow this story, seems like great progress
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This is going to look great
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Week 3

Well, well, well... Time advances inexorably and I like and I don't

Shedding is here, and is here to stay, I fear!

4 days ago I began to notice little hairs on the keyboard of my laptop and, when I washed my head the next day I could see the long-anticiped "plug hole panic" trademarked by HG1

My implanted hair is falling since that day, and I don't like it.

My biggest concern is about my native hair growing and growing while the implanted one seems to have stagnated and is falling, so I can easily see my shame, hahaha. the difference between the areas is very evident...

As you can see in the pictures, my crown area stands out because the difference between the two different kind of hairs is very evident. In fact, I'm a bit scared about the crown area, since I see it very big. Too big.
However, I like to repeat myself that this idea is only coming from a transient insecurity, since the area was filled with 2.000 grafts and it will look (I really hope so!) astonishing... but I don't like it.

I guess that I will be looking worse and worse every day and this sensation will last for weeks. I have to be strong because this only means that the regrowing time is closer!
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Hi Vchorro,
Great to read your update my friend. Try not to worry about your current situation. It all looks perfectly normal and you are on track for a great result I hope. With having 5000 plus grafts - many amongst the native hair, it's normal for Shock loss. I'm 7 weeks tomorrow post Op and I think the native hair affected by the shock loss is just starting to recover. Your scalp colour looks really good, so that is a bonus at 3 weeks. Just another 9 to 13 weeks and you should be over the worst and hopefully start to see the first signs of life . Good luck and hope your recovery passes smoothly and quickly.
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Hi Vchorro,
Great to read your update my friend. Try not to worry about your current situation. It all looks perfectly normal and you are on track for a great result I hope. With having 5000 plus grafts - many amongst the native hair, it's normal for Shock loss. I'm 7 weeks tomorrow post Op and I think the native hair affected by the shock loss is just starting to recover. Your scalp colour looks really good, so that is a bonus at 3 weeks. Just another 9 to 13 weeks and you should be over the worst and hopefully start to see the first signs of life . Good luck and hope your recovery passes smoothly and quickly.
Hi HG1!

Thank you very much for your words, friend! The help a lot!

Yes, my redness has even surprised me. My skin colour is more than white, and I assumed that the donor areas would be a lot redder. However, I could tell better when all the implanted hair finally falls...

One thing that bothers me is not being able to cut all my hair very short to match all the areas. This phase would be sooo much easier... But well... it's a toll that we have to charge

Mate, I hope you are better this week. You are almost on the 2 months mark and the magic is about to visit you!

Bye!!!
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Good luck mate , how about prp therapy ? is Dr.Erdogan using prp therapy after the operation ?
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Good luck mate , how about prp therapy ? is Dr.Erdogan using prp therapy after the operation ?
Thanks, mate!

Unfortunately, I could not ask for a PRP injection after the operation. My flight was really early in the morning and even the first wash had to be done by myself when I landed :O

On the other hand, I don't remember correctly, but I think it's not included and you have to pay for it... and my surgery was expensive enough with the almost 5,500 grafts, hahaha.
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