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Over 1 Month

1 month Mark: So it was my intent to document my hair restoration but unfortunately I have been to busy to do so. If anyone is intrested I sugest reading Megatron's blog as he documented his experiance. We hade the same doctor and almost the same number of drafts. I would say his blog's reflect well what I am experiancing up to date but without the complication's of infection's. I am experiancing a bit of acne on the head but nothing to bad.

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Day 5-9

Day 6- Monday and I’m back to work. I wore a winter toque to work so no one noticed my hair. I hade one friend comment on the slight swelling around my right eye. I just said I was not feeling well. Donor area still has stitches and one area is still tender to the touch and assuming it’s like this because of the stitches still in place. I continue to follow the postoperative hair care guide given to me after the surgery.

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Day2-4

Day 2-4 (Thurs-Sat) No pain at all in the recipient area but certain parts of donor area still feels tender. No pain tablets have been taken but swelling continues in the face. Woke up Friday (Day 3) with my right eye almost swollen shut. I got scared at first but it was to be expected. I have been using ice packs, which helps temporarily. I still feel like a tugging sensation once and a while where the stitches are but the area feels much better after I take a shower and run the area un

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Day 1

Day 1: Woke up and felt pressure on the forehead and sutured area. Figured it was caused by the expected swelling so I removed the dressing and within 20 minutes I felt much better. I took percocet as a precautionary measure but I probably did not need it. Donor area felt a bit uncomfortable but after I washed the donor area as prescribed the area felt much better. For the day the Donor area felt ok with a little bit of throbbing here and there. Used an icepack to reduce swelling on the forehe

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First night

Surgery day: We want over the HT plan again and took final pictures before surgery. I was very nervous so Dr. Cam Simmons gave me a few pills and an injection to calm me down. I fainted when I received the needle but that’s pretty standard with me:). The strip was harvested and the recipient area was frozen. It was my first procedure so overall I was very nervous but after the area was frozen I felt comfortable. I would rather go to the dentist but the experience is kind of similar. By the

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3000 FUT-T with Dr. Cam Simmons

Hey everyone, Just thought I would start a blog as I’m planning a hair transplant surgery for Nov 3, 2012 and would like to document the process for others wishing to have the procedure. For me it has been a 2-year struggle trying to figure out if the procedure was right for me. As I’m only 31 there is a very strong possibility I will be dishing out more money in the future for a second or third procedure as my hair recedes. For this I decided on a conservative first procedure.

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