Looking better this month. Probably due mostly to a hair cut and some length up top. Hopefully some growth as well!
See you next month
Month 5 and I don't notice much of a change if at all. I'm a little worried at this point, but I'm doing my best to stay patient. I continue to cut it short since it only looks slightly better that way. The scar is still visible at a 3.5 cut length, so I am using Caboki on that and on top at work. Hopefully something happens noticeably within the next 3 months.
All the best,
Day 120 is up. Not a noticeable difference from last month. I may be seeing actual hairs pop up but I'm not sure. Its hard to tell if they aren't just the same hairs I noticed coming in and out of shed prior to my surgery. Anyway, I've read around the 6 month mark is will you will see any sort of change. Fingers crossed.
All the best,
Day (90)'s video is up for view. No real news. Confirmation from Dr. Mejia I had some shock loss last week and no real growth yet so I almost look worse than before. Either way, I am hoping the next few months will turn the tide and turn back by time.
Holy hell have I had a hell of a month. Some scares from scabs or what I thought were grafts coming from my scalp to working out and seeing a few grafts pool blood to some worry about my scar in a few spots. Anyway, I don't get around to too much of it in this one (I have a bunch of photos and video showing you in depth), but from my 45 day follow up with Dr. Mejia, from his assessment and the rest from what I've read, only time will tell. In the next couple of entries I will likely touch on it
I've struggled with male pattern baldness ever since I graduated high school. It started off strong and tapered off in the last few years into more of a gradual process. The photos below will show you how far it has come in the last decade.
I will also be posting new videos and blogs each month to document my progress to encourage or discourage anyone from making the plunge that I did.
I hope this will help you.