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HarryHonolulu

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About HarryHonolulu

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Country
    United States
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    NY

Hair Loss Overview

  • Describe Your Hair Loss Pattern
    Thinning on Top only (Genetic Baldness)
  • How long have you been losing your hair?
    In the last 10 years
  • Norwood Level if Known
    Norwood V A
  • What Best Describes Your Goals?
    Considering Surgical Hair Restoration

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  • Have you ever had a hair transplant?
    No

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  1. hey guys I'm 2 months post FUE and in sunny California. I would love to get some color while I'm here and hit the beach. Obviously I am wearing a cap everywhere I go. Just curious of there is ANY way I can safely tan without compromising the grafts? Is it worth it?
  2. HarryHonolulu

    Dr. Nadimi FUE

    she was booked 4 months out. I actually saw her first, then Konior second (who had a 12+ month waitlist), then consulted a bunch of other doctors, and finally settled on her. she was my first consultation so I did a LOT of work researching people before committing to her.
  3. hey all 6 weeks post op- has 2000 grafts FUE. Fully in ugly duckling mode. I buzzed by hair a week ago because it was growing out at the back and sides. Looks much better when uniformly even. Assuming that I see graft growth 3-4 months in, when do you guys think it would be best to let the donor area grow out? i ask because one month post op my donor looked a bit thin and I am curious how much “runway” (or time) is needed for the donor to fully thicken from a buzzcut. In other words: if I let my donor and recipient grow out 4 months post-op, should I expect a good head of hair about 2 months later? Trying to strategize
  4. HarryHonolulu

    Dr. Nadimi FUE

    Hi Raptor about 8 months after the consultation
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    Growing out donor

    Hey all 6 weeks post op- has 2000 grafts FUE. Fully in ugly duckling mode. I buzzed by hair a week ago because it was growing out at the back and sides. Looks much better when uniformly even. Assuming that I see graft growth 3-4 months in, when do you guys think it would be best to let the donor area grow out? i ask because one month post op my donor looked a bit thin and I am curious how much “runway” (or time) is needed for the donor to fully thicken from a buzzcut. In other words: if I let my donor and recipient grow out 4 months post-op, should I expect a good head of hair about 2 months later? Trying to strategize
  6. According to my surgeon, unlike other hair surgeries (which aren’t truly scarless) taking grafts from the neck beard actually IS scarless. My surgeon is conservative and very careful about wording so it makes me believe that this is indeed a scarless procedure if done correctly. From what I can tell very few doctors know how to do it. I would tread carefully.
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    donor area

    Ok so basically buzz cut for 3 months and then when the top grows (around month 4-6 let the back grow so that it all evens out? im assuming once you have 100% growth in the recipient you can let everything grow out and it will look good
  8. HarryHonolulu

    donor area

    Righto but as we discussed in private it seems that it’s better to go with a buzz cut or grow the donor out for a while - as opposed to keeping a short style that shows the thinning area in the donor
  9. HarryHonolulu

    donor area

    Righto but as we discussed in private it seems that it’s better to go with a buzz cut or grow the donor out for a while - as opposed to keeping a short style that shows the thinning area in the donor
  10. HarryHonolulu

    donor area

    Thanks Melvin.is there any benefit to growing out the donor area during the recovery.? Does it help with density and healing?
  11. HarryHonolulu

    donor area

    Hey Melvin Is your advice aplicable to someone who is way beyond their recovery, with a fully healed donor area? Or is this just for the ugly duckling? Re Donor hair cut : you’re essentially saying to either go REALLY short or let it grow out ao that it covers the area, correct? as opposed to the middle ground 1-2 months post op) where it still kinda looks sparse ? is there any healing benefit to growing the donor out post procedure?
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    Small talk during fue

    Well... it makes you “out of it”. I definitely was talking jibberish during my surgery... not to the point of being irritating but definitely in that classic altered state way
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    Small talk during fue

    It’s the drugs dude. They’re used to it
  14. HarryHonolulu

    FUE 1 vs FUE 2

    Did you have your head shaved for the second procedure just like you did for the first??
  15. HarryHonolulu

    Your favorite shampoo?

    Jack Black thickening is AMAZING. crazy how much of a difference a good thickening shampoo makes!!
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