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  1. Hey guys I’m just a few days over 7 months and the progress has improved a lot since. I’m pretty happy so far with the outcome, only the left temple still has to fill in a little bit/mature/thicken up! Hopefully in the last few months approaching the 12 month mark will the entire result be A1! I think I’m heading to the result I exactly imagined in my head! Haven’t cut my hair since OP so it’s really messy atm! 😂😄🙏🏻
  2. I took a trip to Turkey to get the procedure done at a clinic called “Sule Hair” you can google if you want it was preformed at a hospital called Medical Park.
  3. I’m assuming you’re speaking about the result of receiving a painless anaesthesia ahaha.. So it was pretty much a needle pen that they punch into the surface of my skin around the surrounding areas to prepare for my operation. I received it around my forehead and the back of my head so I didn’t feel much discomfort with extraction and placement of grafts. It was a little annoying to me at first because they too have to heal with the redness and they too for me took around the same time to fade with the redness!
  4. Hey guys it’s now just 3 or 4 days after my 6th Month.. wondering if my progress so far is promising!
  5. Well, I’ve had a receded/high hairline since 15-16, I haven’t actually experienced hair loss or at least noticed anything since then .. But, I do plan to take finasteride at some point in my life if it is needed when I can see evidence of thinning. Truth be told I’m not too fussed if I lost hair in my middle age, I’m more concerned with living today as I have my youth lol... I wouldn’t consider my donor weak personally as I’ve seen far worse individuals have a HT and it still worked out amazing for them? At the end of the day a hair transplant is never going to fix a balding problem truly only make it look more presentable than it did before so realistically it’s better to try than to sit and accept a fate you do not want which for me is to have my hairline back and I took that a chance hoping things will work out... I appreciate your opinion but I have to disagree..
  6. Hahaha you gave me a mini-heart attack with that comment... And yeah I know waiting is the most important part of the process, just doesn’t help that I’m impatient 😂😖
  7. Yeah, here is a few pictures And regarding the physician.. I got my HT in Istanbul, Turkey with a company called “SuleHairTransplant” They have an Instagram page with a lot of different patients results and have footage of the operation before and after and the area that they oversee within. I also know quite a lot of people from my country who’ve went here and have returned with really good results, so mostly one of the reasons I ended up making this decision to have it here as I didn’t want to go somewhere I haven’t witnessed results first hand. It’s located in a hospital sector within “Medical Park”. The operation was carried out by technicians I’m positive, which I also know is a risky move for some, but for me personally I was willing to as my native hair is quite decent and quite frankly I don’t really have anything to lose! Mostly just anxious due to all the time and effort that I can’t get back, so I’m optimistic about a great end result. (Here’s hoping!)
  8. I’m looking for opinions on how things are progressing for someone who got 3500 grafts. I know it’s still pretty early to determine the outcome of the procedure as I’m a week shy of being 5 months post OP.. I’m satisfied with my hairline design and what not , but I’m somewhat anxious on whether or not the density will be enough when the hairs start to mature.. Which again I won’t know until a few more months (I think)... Maybe I’m too in my head about it and I know others are worried about how their result is going to turn out so it is normal. I guess I’m just hoping for the best of my situation.. Anyways I would appreciate some feedback! Thank you. Also I started growing early from 2/2.5 months