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  1. If you go ahead you are agreeing to having to constantly wear your hair short, if you had already done this prior than it shouldn't be a big deal, the only thing it will mean is that you'll have to see the barbers more frequently - i.e. once a week to maintain the short sides. If you are willing to do that then go for it.
  2. @naakmuka Saw him on the baldtruth youtube channel recently but i just saw your post about your scar? Have you brought it up with him @TommyLucchese Good to hear brother, i'm sure a top up wouldn't be much trouble aside from the financial burden. After wasting 1500 grafts i'm treading carefully, my hairline was conservative also but i definitely need mote to beef up the area due to lack of growth/shock loss. I emailed Fellers office and Dr Bloxham reckons 1800 grafts will do the trick. At this stage given the current state of my hair i think FUT might be more
  3. @naakmuka Sorry for the late one bro I didn't see your reply. Was this your first HT & who'd you go with? @Tbcruz It's good to have someone in a similar position, getting screwed over by FUE plus the severe shock just makes me regret with not going strip to begin with. I'm happy its working out for you dude, hows the density in terms of going out in the sunlight and other settings such as bars etc.. @TommyLucchese That's reassuring man, how's your hair loss progressed since then?
  4. @Tbcruz I'm pretty much in a similar situation as you dude, I had roughly the same amount of grafts with FUE and the results are worse than anticipated. I'm in a position where I'm strongly considering getting FUT but I want to make sure I'm 100% set on it. The scarring is putting me off, I know FUE has scarring I'm well aware but I normally wear my hair short on the sides. How has it affected your styling? Also, how many more ops did Bloxham say you could possibly have in the future given your current donor situation?
  5. @Melvin-Moderator Thanks for the links man, will definitely check them out! @ciaus Not sure what you mean
  6. I see a lot of FUE patients but I'd like to hear from anyone that has had a recent FUT procedure and would be willing to share their experiences. Wanted to know how your experience was with FUT, and why you made the choice of choosing FUT over FUE? Also, how has the scar healed? has it stretched or caused any tightness in your scalp? Appreciate any input
  7. The scaring will be permanent. If you shave your head down there will be a noticeable difference between your native stubble and the areas that have been extracted. That being said if you can find a skilled SMP artist you may be able to camouflage the scarring. The only thing that your dealing with now is the scarring at the top from the incisions made. 5,000 grafts in one go is a ballsy gamble, I hope you recover well mate.
  8. @azza786 It's tough man I get it but it's the only way out, think of it as a fresh start, a new chapter in your life - break yourself free of the anxiety that comes with hair. You are not defined by your hair. You got this bro, wish you all the best.
  9. Fark man, can't imagine what you had to go through dude I really feel for you. If I were you man I'd just take the red pill and buzz it down + SMP.. Really hope things turn out for ya!
  10. Anyone had a bad/failed transplant here? Just wanted to reach out and find out how you guys dealt with it and if you ever underwent surgery again?
  11. Avoid Turkey if you can and just pay the extra money at a reputable clinic
  12. @LonelyGraft It's been 8 months which means that the natives should have grown back. My guess is more so the trauma induced by the surgery itself, the tight placing of the grafts next to the natives have pretty much killed them..
  13. @LonelyGraft Even if it was from minoxidil interruption, shouldn't it have grown back by now?
  14. @duchaine Yep that's rights and I think also the dense packing could have been a variable in the shock loss. I think Dr Pekiner should have maybe refrained from densely packing so much into my natives and come to think of it I think that maybe even 800-1000 grafts would have been enough for my operation as he could have spread it out to try and preserve my natives. @Portugal25 could you pleaese pm it to me man?
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