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  1. Day 9: So I stayed in Brussels for 12 days as I wanted to heal properly. As I have my own business I can run it from my laptop so that made the longer stay easier. Today is my last day here and while I was here, Dr Lupanzula insisted I come see him nearly everyday for a wash and check up which I thought was amazing of him because I can imagine how busy he is. My experience with Dr Lupanzula + his team was incredible, he really does take a patient first approach. He is a very humble and down to earth guy, always putting himself in the shoes of the patient. I did a lot of research before my HT and met with a lot of Dr's but Dr Lupanzula was the only Dr that made me feel 100000% comfortable. As you can see, Donor area looks good. I still have discomfort in my donor area but that is because my nerves are more sensitive than normal. Washing off the scabs slowly on the top and still discoloured from the trauma. So that will take time to heal. Dr said I can wear a cap now rather than the usual bandana. Now time for the most important part. The waiting game for the results. I will aim to post once a month.
  2. Day 9: So I stayed in Brussels for 12 days as I wanted to heal properly. As I have my own business I can run it from my laptop so that made the longer stay easier. Today is my last day here and while I was here, Dr Lupanzula insisted I come see him nearly everyday for a wash and check up which I thought was amazing of him because I can imagine how busy he is. My experience with Dr Lupanzula + his team was incredible, he really does take a patient first approach. He is a very humble and down to earth guy, always putting himself in the shoes of the patient. I did a lot of research before my HT and met with a lot of Dr's but Dr Lupanzula was the only Dr that made me feel 100000% comfortable. As you can see, Donor area looks good. I still have discomfort in my donor area but that is because my nerves are more sensitive than normal. Washing off the scabs slowly on the top and still discoloured from the trauma. So that will take time to heal. Dr said I can wear a cap now rather than the usual bandana. Now time for the most important part. The waiting game for the results. I will aim to post once a month.
  3. Thanks dude. Will keep documenting. As it was very frustrating for me when people would drop off after getting a little bit of results. So hopefully a full progress of my journey will help. Obviously a very long way to gooooooo
  4. Day 5+6 - Pain in Donor area so terrible sleeping. Pain is on a 6/7 Level. I am taking Paracetamol which is helping a bit. Might add some Ibuprofen to the mix.
  5. Day 5+6 - Pain in Donor area so terrible sleeping. Pain is on a 6/7 Level. I am taking Paracetamol which is helping a bit. Might add some Ibuprofen to the mix.
  6. exactly. Donor management is just as important as the recipient area.
  7. Day 4. Swelling under eyes. Looks like I have been punched haha. Healing on the top the stain I think is from the shampoo. Donor Looks good as well.
  8. Day 4. Swelling under eyes. Looks like I have been punched haha. Healing on the top the stain I think is from the shampoo. Donor Looks good as well.
  9. Thanks Scott, will continue documenting and hopefully it helps more people. As I got frustrated during my research when people just went silent after a while. I don't want to do that.
  10. Thanks Scott, will continue documenting and hopefully it helps more people. As I got frustrated during my research when people just went silent after a while. I don't want to do that.
  11. Day 1. Bandage removed, head washed and cream applied.
  12. Did you try PRP? I had my FUE with Dr Lupanzula yesterday and he gave me a PRP injection as well. I am thinking of taking up a PRP session. Maybe 3 or 4 injections every month but I am hearing mixed things about PRP.
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