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About john1972

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    Male
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    United Kingdom
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    AL

Hair Loss Overview

  • Describe Your Hair Loss Pattern
    Thinning on Top only (Genetic Baldness)
  • How long have you been losing your hair?
    10 years +
  • Norwood Level if Known
    Norwood V A

Hair Loss Treatments

  • Have you ever had a hair transplant?
    Yes
  • Hair Transplant Surgeon
    Dr. Raghu Reddy

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  1. Hi Hthope, As I mentioned above in the thread...
  2. I got the common sexual sides, and still bared with it for a few months but it didn’t go away, then felt a strange on it can’t really explain but just didn’t feel myself. Took over six months to feel normal again and for the sexual sides to start going back to normal, all ok now thank god never ever again would I go near Fin.
  3. Hi Raza, I think the most up to date cost per hair (they work out the cost per hair not per graft) is on the private clinic Website I don’t want to mislead if the cost has now changed since I had my HT done (it wasn’t cheap though and a lot for me as I’m not a high earner, but glad I waited and saved up to see Dr Reddy as he out passed all my expectations) as my hair loss was so advanced I new I had to make the most of my donor (didn’t want to do fut due to the scar) I have shaved down to a grade 2 and there is no sign what so ever of any fue scars at a grade 2 hairdresser and partner both can not see a thing (donor healed up within a few days see the photo in the below thread). I used Finasteride and minoxidil for a while but due to sides had to give them up about 16 months ago, lucky hair has stayed the same; but I was a nw6 at the time of the HT. It was a huge cost but I believe due to the results, due to my NW6 state and only using 2150 grafts it was worth every penny as you I can’t get back lost donor hair lost whatever reason; but thank god I can work hard and earn money but can’t buy donor hair etc. After looking here on this website for a long time now, looking at 100s of results from amazing surgeons around the world I don't think I would have got a better result for the amount of grafts used anywhere in the world to be honest. I would also like to note although it’s very expensive with Dr Reddy and his team (there was Dr Reddy and two of his team with me for all of my HT) it was done over two full days, I was very happy it was done slowly and over two days; I believe this is a testament to Dr Reddy and his team trying to get perfection; I’m sure Dr Reddy could of done this in a day if he wanted to (I hope you understand my chain of thought here) it’s not all about the money. Have a look here :-
  4. Hi Raza, After having a HT In 2017 with Dr Reddy and his team I could not be any happier with how it went and it turned out. I had less hair than you and had 2150 grafts implanted and over the moon with the results to this day. Best of luck...
  5. I had an incredible experience with Dr Reddy and his team at his London clinic in August 2017, could not be happier with everything; hair to this day still the same even though I had to stop taking finasteride and minoxidil well over a year ago due to side affects.
  6. Sorry to read about your disappointment on your HT and I can totally understand why you feel like this after looking at the photos; after spending this amount of money with a surgeon really shocked your not getting a part refund or a touch up HT. If I was in this situation and if a touch up wasn’t offered straight away, I wouldn’t let the same surgeon touch my scalp again. How can you trust a Surgeon if there not standing by there work straight away without a fight, I hope your surgeon sorts this out for you and best of luck.
  7. Hi Deanomag, Going on my experience with Dr Reddy near two years ago now, I would say there will be a huge improvement to come; I was a early grower and a lot of the hairs didn’t shed I had less grafts than you over a slick bald Norwood 5 to 6 area and I saw a huge improvement on the overall look well after even the 12 months mark. This is me a few days of my two year mark. Best of luck and looks great so far...
  8. HairsHoping, Just had a read though your thread and I think the in post op photos, the work looks incredible and super clean, your doctor approach is perfect I think. I believe the approach will reduce the trauma to both the donor and recipient area and in turn might well help the level of scaring in the donor area and graft survival having less done in this siting. I also had a low graft count over a much larger area and I could not be happier, like me I don’t think you have super high expectations being high Norwood the difference having some hair back up front will be life changing :-). Im sure your going to have an amazing result given your graft count, you will be able to see how your hair stabilises now your on the meds and your doctor can work around your hair loss in years to come; when you might need a top up and due to the approach you will still have the donor hair in the bank. I personally love the work and the approach done by this Doctor...
  9. If possible, I think it would be very helpful if the Doctor could post some photos of the donor area after extraction on the day of the HT. Also common sense would say (unless it was an unusual case which this is not) the Dr would post only his best results / or results he was proud of here on the forum. If I was a potential client, I would be thinking rightly or wrongly if this is one of his best results what does his worse results look like...
  10. A test procedure would be a long winded approach and there would be other variables of course, but I think it could reduce some of the variables as in the below HT after extracting some grafts via FUE it was deemed not to be a viable approach and FUT was the correct route. Some of the reasons Dr Rahal office stated someone might not be viable for FUE... “-hair follicle fragility risking too much damage when extracting” “-too much tethering and long follicles. so you have to go deeper with the punch and possible create traction damage to a fragile follicles.” “-too much splaying of the follicles, so you will end up transecting one of the follicles (unless you use a larger punch (not ideal)” “-very mushy type of tissue” “the above are just few reasons off the top of my head, that can make a patient not a candidate for FUE, and then the choice is to either do strip or do nothing.”
  11. Hi, I was wondering about your hair thickness (not the density)...
  12. Hi, is your hair thickness above average? There is a huge difference in punch size between the two doctors and it does seem the first HT the extractions have gone outside the safe zone on the sides how old are you? The punch sizes seem to be around the same size as in the below thread.
  13. Hi Payam, After reading through your thread I believe Dr Konoir would be the best option for you and I believe you should let Dr Konoir make the choice between FUT and FUE after looking in person at your hair. If Fue was chosen and after extracting a few grafts, If it became apparently at that stage FUT would be a better option then surgery could then be switched to FUT hopefully. I really feel you should let your scalp heal and not undertake another surgery for as long as possible leaving it at least another couple of years or more; but get an in person consultation in a year or two, so you know where you are for your own peace of mind. Wishing you well and I don’t think your situation is as bad as you feel it is, I really believe your HT will improve over the coming months; as for me the thickening of the hairs and then the more natural appearance of the hairs after 8 months made a huge difference (putting aside the doubles and triples you say are in the hairline). But given your starting point and 2600 grafts used on just the front I understand your concerns but hang in there. Where you mentioned about “going slow” “being meticulous” and “doing things over two days” I had 2150 grafts on a bald head and my HT was booked in from the start for two full 9 hour days which I was glad about, as an example on the first day of my HT my doctor started to implant hairs to the hairline and elsewhere, but after some incisions I was bleeding more than normal (due to my body’s make up) on the hairline, on the second day the bleeding was normal on the hairline.
  14. I think it might be helpful if a photo collage of two photos were added for ease... 1) a pre op photo... 2) a post op photo in the position / same room, showing the same angle and area of the head, same lighting, same hair style, post op photo to match pre op etc... Best of luck...
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