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    France
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    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
  • What Best Describes Your Goals?
    I'm here for support

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  • Have you ever had a hair transplant?
    Yes

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  1. Thankfully I don't suffer from keloids, so it shouldn't get any worse. I started using a topical corticosteroid (clobetasol propionate) to target any inflammation/swelling and try to make the area flatten/even out. I have no idea if this is what I should be doing at this stage, but Im going to trust my instincts to try the corticosteroid cream for 1 week, then stop and see if there's any improvement. Ive seen other people have the same reversal procedure but i dont think the scars were as bad. Hmph..
  2. Hi, So, I'm freaking out at 2wks post op! For my first procedure, I had fut to the hairline which was placed far too low by the technician. It was TERRIBLE and too close to my eyebrows. To correct this I had them take out the offending grafts from the hairline using fue punch removal. 2 weeks into healing, All I can see are tiny holes all over my forehead! Make up cannot even hide it!! God please tell me I haven't ruined myself permanently. It basically looks like golf ball texture - i think its commonly referred to as 'pitting'. Now, I know its only been 2 weeks but, I am SO scared and anxious... The technician didnt inform me about the scars nor was I sure about their confidence with this procedure. Im sure a 0.8 - 1.0mm was used requiring no sutures. The holes closed up by day 3 or 4. But what i see now is a SHINY, GOLF BALL where the hairs used to be. I dont know whether to laugh, cry or shoot myself for possibly ruining my appearance. Will this heal to be a smooth surface without pits or is this pretty much it?! (Photo attached) Thanks.
  3. Hi, So, I'm freaking out at 2wks post op! For my first procedure, I had fut to the hairline which was placed far too low by the technician. It was TERRIBLE and too close to my eyebrows. To correct this I had them take out the offending grafts from the hairline using fue punch removal. 2 weeks into healing, All I can see are tiny holes all over my forehead! Make up cannot even hide it!! God please tell me I haven't ruined myself permanently. It basically looks like golf ball texture - i think its commonly referred to as 'pitting'. Now, I know its only been 2 weeks but, I am SO scared and anxious... The technician didnt inform me about the scars nor was I sure about their confidence with this procedure. Im sure a 0.8 - 1.0mm was used requiring no sutures. The holes closed up by day 3 or 4. But what i see now is a SHINY, GOLF BALL where the hairs used to be. I dont know whether to laugh, cry or shoot myself for possibly ruining my appearance. Will this heal to be a smooth surface without pits or is this pretty much it?! (Photo attached) Thanks.
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