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  1. Two pics taken before compared with two recent pics. After everything, I'm so happy with the results, hairline and temples work is perfect.
  2. Hi everyone, Just posting an update, its been 11 months now since the surgery. Overall I'm very happy with my results. The extracted hairs have grown back very well and I'm very pleased to have more confidence in my self image. The donor zone is fine when I grow my hair out longer (as you can see in the pics taken from today), which is what I have done the last few months. I'll admit, it's not exactly what I anticipated in terms of hair style, but I'm getting used to it. Due to the virus, and the fact im in the UK and the clinic is in India, nothing has happened. But I a
  3. thanks man! What actually happens to the transplanted hairs from month 6 onwards? Because from what I can see, all the hairs have sprouted out the follicles on the hairline 😂 I just don't get what further changes I can expect? Do the hairs change in some way? Or are there still some follicles that are dormant?
  4. It’s for sure improved the shock loss a few months ago was scary but I got through the worst of it luckily. if SMP can restore a natural look to the back then I’ll be v happy
  5. Looks good from the sides actually, I’m happy with that. the back though is more my concern. Personally think it looks better shaved than a bit longer though. Maybe SMP will really help disguise the ‘halo’ as someone mentioned it.
  6. I just can’t bear the thought of never having the back of my head back to normal. I never want to have a haircut longer than a fade, 1/2 buzz cut on back and sides, this is the hair style I love and suits me and is why I got FUE over FUT. Even with my hair longer it looks sparse but I will never have a haircut like this anyway.
  7. Hey @911fan! I am that patient! Thanks for bringing this up. If I'm honest, at the 6 months mark, the donor zone is still not looking ideal, which I cannot deny. With regards to my experience with the clinic post-op, I have been in touch regularly with Dr Sethi himself, who I also saw in person a few months ago in London too. He has known from the start my concerns and we are in discussions about what to do next, for now I will be sending regular updates of photos on WhatsApp to monitor progress over the next 1/2 months. We will then decide on next steps, which will likely invol
  8. Thanks all for the replies. I do expect the donor to look different to before the HT, as of course thousands of grafts have been taken and moved to the top of my head. So perhaps I am expecting too much and too soon, it definitely is improving month on month; I clearly did have some shock loss before that’s is getting better now. i would be happy for my donor to get to that point where it’s not so obvious I had a hair transplant of course I accept my donor will be less hairy than before i am going to share some photos of my hairline before and after surgery, because this
  9. Hi @Tentpole91 Photos taken today, the surgery was completed 5.5 months ago. Yesterday, I quickly shaved the back and sides of my head at home, nut not the top, as I prefer this cut my whole life. It's not a professional cut. Well.. things are not looking the way I want from the donor zone at this point..
  10. Yes. They said I need to wait and should not worry. I have not seen a donor zone like mine from the other patients posted on here which is why I feel alarmed, then I read online that shock loss is very rare (in donor especially) and seeing some of the extraction patterns at the bottom of the donor zone; side by side. Those areas are very bald looking now. But hopefully I just have some bad shock loss. maybe I should try Minox there actually.
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