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Yaz89

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About Yaz89

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Basic Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • Country
    United Kingdom
  • State
    AL

Hair Loss Overview

  • Describe Your Hair Loss Pattern
    Receding Hairline (Genetic Baldness)
  • How long have you been losing your hair?
    In the last 5 years
  • Norwood Level if Known
    Norwood II
  • What Best Describes Your Goals?
    Maintain Existing Hair
    Maintain and Regrow Hair

Hair Loss Treatments

  • Have you ever had a hair transplant?
    Yes
  • Hair Transplant Surgeon
    Dr. Koray Erdogan
  • Current Non-Surgical Treatment Regime
    Propecia (Finasteride)

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  1. The donor area is just fine. I am blessed with an thick donor and have no problems growing it out. In the UK, skin fades and faded hair styles are more common than long hair. I usually get a zero blade for my hair style Haven't told my wife at all...
  2. Thanks for the feedback. The crown has remained stable and thickened due to finasteride. I used to take it everyday since 2013 but reduced the dose to M-W-F. If it loses effectively I will consider adding minoxidil to keep the fight going. I did ask Dr Koray to add grafts to the crown but was told I had too much existing hair. Your point on the “slicked bald head”. I am not outlaying the whole head. But the areas which were void of hair such as the hair line, focusing on the front and middle areas. Don't be fooled by the frontal forelock; it was extremely weak and only had a few hundred of existing hair.
  3. Nearly 5 years post op from first transplant and 2.4 years post op from second transplant. This is how nearly 5k grafts look on an slicked, virtually bald head. This was an extremely close cropped hairstyle which I sported last month. Considering one small tranplant for the hair line to close micro-density issues but apart from that; life is good. A lot has changed in life; I am 30 years old and it has been one hell of a journey when I had my first transplant at 24. I got married in April which was also the 2nd anniversary of my second transplant. Talk about coincidence!
  4. My donor looks prestige after removing nearly close to 5k grafts. Photo taken a few days ago. I will try to upload some donor shots; preferably taken outdoors to show how realistic the donor looks
  5. Hi, thanks for the feedback. I had additional 2490 grafts. I had charted my second transplant progress in my second thread. Take a look; maybe it help you.
  6. Looking good my friend! We seem to have similar hair styles....great minds think alike ey. As for the Hanz de Fuko products, they may be on amazon but I usually buy mine from Man.Kind. Its an UK supplier but they ship internationally. Trust me, Hanz de Fuko are one premium brand; they have smashed it with their products. The Claymation I use; no other product holds my hair well all day and the best thing about it is its reworkable. Other products I used in the past tended to hold up the hair for an few hours before getting floopy again.
  7. Cool. Always like Dr Diep's work especially his youtube videos.
  8. I believe you will see continuous improvement the coming months. 6 months is just the beginning mate. Comparing the last month to your recent one; its amazing. Crown does take much longer than the frontal. In terms of styling products, have you tried Hanz De Fuko pomade? I use Hanz de Fuko Claymation. Does wonders for me
  9. This patient is Italian. I have been reading his thread on the Italian forum. He is going back for an second surgery with Asmed for the mid-scalp/crown.
  10. After an 10 hour night shift and 10 hour sleep. I'm back. I would like to apologise to Dr Feller and Dr Bloxham. Even this is the internet, we all have feelings and we are humans. I have edit my own posts and have removed bad language. I feel I don't have an dogs fight in this fue vs fut thing. It doesn't benefit me or makes me money at the end of the day. For this reason, I am ceasing my participation in this thread. Dr Feller and Dr Bloxham, I always liked you guys and always found your content interesting. My words were put down in an heated moment and I am sorry. Oh Dr Bloxham, some nice piece of marketing I read in the Telegraph (UK) about you done by Spex.
  11. Dr Feller, shave off your donor and lets compare my fue scars with your fut scars.
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