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HairNTear

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Hair Loss Overview

  • Describe Your Hair Loss Pattern
    Receding Hairline (Genetic Baldness)
  • What Best Describes Your Goals?
    Maintain Existing Hair

Hair Loss Treatments

  • Have you ever had a hair transplant?
    Yes
  • Hair Transplant Surgeon
    Dr. Jerry Cooley
  • Current Non-Surgical Treatment Regime
    Propecia (Finasteride)

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  1. As a reminder here is what the hairline looked like just before surgery. Photos taken by Dr Cooley. you’ll see I actually trimmed down the right hand side because it looked very bad and was impossible to style
  2. Cheers Melvin, I’m still wearing caps but think I’ll stop next week
  3. Thanks man, I don’t think I have a photo but it was a case of slight recession with an already massive forehand that I was born with
  4. Cheers @Parasol ! 😂 it does feel more natural already just from removing some of the most offending multi grafts in hairline.
  5. 6 Week Update Hi Guys, thought I’d drop a 6 week update, not a huge amount has changed but definitely can feel stubble coming through and, if you look closely you can see the hairs starting to sprout. I appreciate the hairline seems fairly dense but please bear in mind that I have already had 2 transplants in this area and the goal is to repair the unnatural ness. Any comments or questions appreciated. Also I had a quick question regarding shedding, does this typically stop now or should I expect more? pictures below of hair dry and wet
  6. I think it can be slightly misleading as the hair that remains is previously transplanted hair. There has been a lot of shedding of the new hair so I’m looking forward to that starting to come back in 2 months time. I strongly believe the minimally invasive technique of Dr Cooley is the reason why I haven’t experienced any shock loss.
  7. 1 month update guys, coming along really nicely and the redness has begun to fade which is nice. It’s strange having a hairline that isn’t unnaturally straight as I’ve been used to that for the past year lol but anyway I’m excited to see how this pans out. Let me know what you guys think!
  8. Great point mate, I've always thought of it as taboo before
  9. Cheers Melvin and yes I am super please with how it looks so far, can't wait for the redness to fail and native hair to grow lol
  10. Thanks John, I have another week wfh so here’s hoping redness will fade by then. Also some of my previously transplanted hair should in theory remain, so I might be able to pull off some sort of hairstyle 😅
  11. Day 7, appreciate anyone’s thoughts on how they think it’s progressing so far? Also, what is the typical timeline that the redness is present in the recipient area?
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