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About CJLondon2020

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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
  • What Best Describes Your Goals?
    Considering Surgical Hair Restoration

Hair Loss Treatments

  • Have you ever had a hair transplant?
    Yes
  • Hair Transplant Surgeon
    Dr. Bijan Feriduni
  • Current Non-Surgical Treatment Regime
    None

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  1. Great update, thanks Spex, I too think many people don't understand and have so many reservations, having just hit the three month mark I'm really pleased with my progress from Feriduni Hair Restoration Social Network ? Community for and by Hair Loss Patients - CJLondon2020's Profile
  2. Ok so I purposely waited until the end of March to post again as I started to see new hairs sprouting so thought I would give it a couple of extra weeks and then update and take some photos. Given you aren't really meant to see growth until 4-6 months and even then it's very gradual I'm really pleased with where this is heading! So the bits to watch for between 2-3.5 months is a dry scalp and I've used a coconut oil on my hair every 2-3 days called Kokosa (it's a baby coconut oil) and kept my hair completely nourished. I have also bought a lot of paraben free shampoo to make sure I give
  3. Ok so I purposely waited until the end of March to post again as I started to see new hairs sprouting so thought I would give it a couple of extra weeks and then update and take some photos. Given you aren't really meant to see growth until 4-6 months and even then it's very gradual I'm really pleased with where this is heading! So the bits to watch for between 2-3.5 months is a dry scalp and I've used a coconut oil on my hair every 2-3 days called Kokosa (it's a baby coconut oil) and kept my hair completely nourished. I have also bought a lot of paraben free shampoo to make sure I give
  4. so after 2 months how are things progressing?..... I have to say between 6 weeks and 8 weeks literally nothing happens, your original hair grows back (short but growing) and all the scabs and bleeding has completely healed. Just this week I had my first hair cut since the op and its nice to get it shaved in a little shorter on the sides as it gives the sense of volume at the top which is all you can wish for whilst waiting for the new hairs to grow. I have to say my head is looking clean and the donor area after being shaved is brilliant even the hairdresser couldn't tell anything. One thi
  5. Week 4 is the final end picture which as you will notice is starting to shed.... This is have seen referred to as 'the ugly duckling phase'. Fingers crossed, I will be through and seeing some growth in a few months !
  6. Looks really good and I agree really good experience with Feriduni I've put some photos on my blog of weeks 0-4 weeks as many people keep asking what it looks like at the 1 month mark. Yours was a big op at 3500 but the results I'm sure will speak for themselves
  7. Please see attached the requested photos 0-4 weeks
  8. Sorry I should have finished off by saying those of you that want to know when shedding really accelerates it's definitely been week 4 for me. I will post more pics shortly so you can see how it's progressing. Still very happy with the procedure from Dr Feriduni and his team and everything that's happening is what was described.
  9. How 4 weeks has flown over and I wanted to let you all know whats been happening to my hair since the op on the 14th December. Week 2/3 - Lots of bloody scabs, the first time I properly washed my hair a little sharp hair follicle came out with what looked like a little crust, it was quite a shock as I had thought maybe I'd scrubbed my hair too hard and knocked out a follicle. That's not true after the first two weeks it's fine to shed and the follicle should have taken root. A couple of you have asked questions around what the routine is after the operation. I appear to have been quick l
  10. , Ok so after 5 years of researching I finally took the plunge and pushed ahead with an FUE procedure. As a thirty something I felt I had waited long enough and now was the right time. I'm writing this blog around what I experienced; everything from travelling to the actual procedure and recovery, as I found that everywhere I turned on the internet there was so much information and it genuinely did take me about 2 years to dissect the - who (surgeon), what (type of procedure) where (UK or abroad). I hope that by writing this others will be propelled forward in their research and not have to
  11. Welcome to our Hair Restoration Social Community and enhanced discussion forum. Feel free to customize your profile by sharing your story, creating blogs, sharing your treatment regimen, presenting your hair restoration photos, and uploading videos. You can also join groups and interact with other members via public chat and instant message those you add to your friends.

    Feel free to ask questions and interact with our members on our new and improved hair loss discussion forum.

    If there's anything I can do to help or make things easier for you, don't hesitate to send me a private message or post on my wall.

    All the Best,

    David (TakingThePlunge) – Forum Co-Moderator and Editorial Assistant of the Hair Transplant Network, the Hair Loss Learning Center, the Hair Loss Q&A Blog, and the new Hair Restoration Social Network and Discussion Forum

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