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About HairDew

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  • Describe Your Hair Loss Pattern
    Receding Hairline (Genetic Baldness)
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    Norwood III

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  1. Show pictures or it didn't happen. We have new members now with 2-3 posts praising the doctor. Seems very suspicious.
  2. I would just say that 4 months with donor shock loss is common. I would agree with Jean in that if this was the case at 8-9 months, I would be a little worried. Dust78, I really hope your shock loss is only temporary. I also went to Dr. Erdogan and even developed necrosis. It was scary as sh@t but Dr Koray provided a free touch up and I'm happy with my result. I really hope you will be satisfied at the end of your journey
  3. Also to bare in mind that unshaven FUE will allow the surgeon move only a limited amount of grafts per procedure. If you are on a lower norwood level then it might work. I've had a small touch up procedure with Dr. Erdogan (602 grafts) with unshaved FUE. It was great because I could camouflage HT very easilly. I think the most Erdogan does is 1500 for unshaved FUE session. But you can contact the clinic to find out for sure.
  4. Hey man, I didn't know you where in Phoenix metro area. I'm in Phoenix too. Good luck on your second HT. I hope it all works out for you.
  5. I guess I was so lucky. Never had any pain passed 3rd day. First 3 days weren't really a pain, more like sore.
  6. I remember clearly when Armani was suing this site. It was awful. His FUT results were really good as I remember but FUE were all hit or miss.
  7. Yup. That's mostly how your HT hair will come. They start as colorless wispy hair and turn into normal over time
  8. Hang in there bud. I know it's tough. The thing that might work in your favor is that you still look red/pink in the area. Maybe that's an indication that not all grafts sprouted yet.
  9. I really don't know because I was feeling down. I too was scared that my procedure didn't turn out as well as I hoped. But after about month 8-9 I started noticing. Especially when I had my haircut and the girl who cuts my hair kept commenting that my hair is getting better with each session with her.
  10. Just give it 12 months at least. I was worried too. I'm attaching 2 pictures. One is at around 6 months and another 8-9 months (I can't remember).
  11. I had my touch up procedure in May 2018. I will upload pictures in about a week. That would be 10 months after second touch up.
  12. Yup. I was very worried at 6 months as you can see. But it turned out very well. That's why it's imperative to wait at least full 12 months for people to judge the result. We all compare ourselves to others in terms of timeline and it doesn't really help our neurosis
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