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About hairtargeter

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Country
    Palestinian Territory, Occupied

Hair Loss Overview

  • Describe Your Hair Loss Pattern
    Patchy or Total Hair Loss (Alopecia Areata)
  • Norwood Level if Known
    Norwood VII
  • What Best Describes Your Goals?
    Considering Surgical Hair Restoration

Hair Loss Treatments

  • Have you ever had a hair transplant?
    No
  • Current Non-Surgical Treatment Regime
    None

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  1. I underwent a hair transplant on past April by DHI technique and during my return journey to my country, my forehead collided with a hard metal surface with a strong shock, but the shock did not touch the implanted hair and there was no bleeding on my scalp but the shock only caused a small tumour above my right eye. I underwent the procedure 2 months and one week ago and there exist few dots on my head for hairs about to appear especially on the frontline. I am afraid if the shock might have caused a damage as long as the remarkable growth of hair has not begun yet. Was this shock harmful?
  2. I was really the best solution I could have gotten at this stage. I decided to undergo hair transplantation anyway. Even though a second surgery may be decisive, I am not sure if I will be eligible for it.
  3. I will send the rest of the pictures in a message to you. I send them in private messages to whom request them or may give advice. About my follow-up strategy, I have considered that the transplantation will rebuild the blood circulation in the scalp, so that I may be more responsive for further meditation other than transplantation if it will be no longer possible. I am really not sure if primary hair transplantation will make the patient more responsible for meditation later to gain more hairs in addition to transplanted hairs. In addition, there may be another choice which is the hair cloning even though it is not possible now as it is considered to be available in 2027. When it becomes available, it will be a decisive solution for me. As I was advised that it shouldn't be transplanted more than 4000 grafts in one surgery, I decided to undergo my first transplantation to give the chance for myself to get a higher density in any further transplantation procedure, if done.
  4. I will send the rest of the pictures in a message to you. I send them in private messages to whom request them or may give advice. About my follow-up strategy, I have considered that the transplantation will rebuild the blood circulation in the scalp, so that I may be more responsive for further meditation other than transplantation if it will be no longer possible. I am really not sure if primary hair transplantation will make the patient more responsible for meditation later to gain more hairs in addition to transplanted hairs. In addition, there may be another choice which is the hair cloning even though it is not possible now as it is considered to be available in 2027. When it becomes available, it will be a decisive solution for me. As I was advised that it shouldn't be transplanted more than 4000 grafts in one surgery, I decided to undergo my first transplantation to give the chance for myself to get a higher density in any further transplantation procedure, if done.
  5. This picture was taken after 4 days of the surgery and my head was dealt with by lotion and washed by a shampoo 2 times (one time per day) so that many clots might be cleaned away.
  6. I have undergone hair transplantation. A total of 4100 grafts are transplanted for me by DHI technique: 2400 grafts from the donor area of my head, 1000 grafts from my chin, 700 grafts from my chest. The attached photo shows my head after 4 days of the transplantation. Is it a normal result? I mean, it is normal that the blood clots to be spaced out after 4 days? Will my hair regrows from wherever or only from the locations of the shown blood clots?
  7. Yes, you are true. But shouldn't I consult only the hospital who has performed the operation for me? If I refer to them here, they will know that I use this forum to get other consultations and it may be considered something like non-confidence on them that I don't rely completely on their instructions.
  8. I underwent transplantation in Turkey. And the matter is not really that I don't want to give information but I used to ask in this forum about general topics in hair transplantation. If I give details about the hospital where I underwent the transplantation, it will look as I try to give an assessment for it. This forum is not to give assessments about hospitals and doctors. To give any of these assessments, I should use the Realself forum: www.realself.com
  9. Dear, I have undergone a hair transplantation surgery by the technique of DHI (FUE). After 8 days of the surgery, I rubbed my head from the front by my fingers inadvertently. Did it cause any harm to my new transplanted follicles? Regards
  10. What is the least hair density to cover the scars with a hair length of 1-2 cm? 40-50 hairs/cm2, 30-40 hairs/cm2 or 20-30 hairs/cm2?
  11. I will undergo hair transplantation operation using the technique of FUE. Because I have the last pattern of baldness, NW7, only the frontline of my head, zone A, and zone B will be both transplanted with a density of 40-50 hairs/cm2 by grafts taken from the back of my head. I have been recommended not to perform both FUE and BHT at one operation. Therefore, the second operation applying BHT to cover my crown, zone D, with a hair taken from my chest will be performed one year later or may not be performed at all. My question if I shave my hair after the transplantation, will any scars appear? I used to follow a hairstyle shaving my hair at the sides and the back of my head to zero and growing my hair at the top. Because my hair at the top is very thin, it used to appear homogeneous with the shaved hairs at the sides. After I undergo the transplantation, I may sometimes continue to shave my hairs at the sides to zero and grow my hairs at the top to 1-2 cm. I may not be tied to prolong my hairs all the time. If I cut my hair to just 1-2cm long after the transplantation, will any scars appear as a result of the operation? If I shave my hairs at the sides and the back-bottom of my head (where the grafts are taken from) to zero, will any scars appear as a result of extraction of grafts?
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