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BeHappy last won the day on March 18

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About BeHappy

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  • Birthday 03/09/1967

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Hair Loss Overview

  • Describe Your Hair Loss Pattern
    Thinning Hair Loss All over the Scalp
  • How long have you been losing your hair?
    10 years +
  • Norwood Level if Known
    Norwood VII
  • What Best Describes Your Goals?
    Maintain and Regrow Hair
    Considering Surgical Hair Restoration

Hair Loss Treatments

  • Have you ever had a hair transplant?
  • Hair Transplant Surgeon
    Dr. Robert Dorin
  • Other hair restoration physicians
    Previous "Dr" was not actually licensed
  • Current Non-Surgical Treatment Regime

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  1. There was another video I saw a while back of someone doing it himself, although I think he had a friend helping. He was actually using a hand punch and numbing himself and doing the whole thing. I can't find the video now.
  2. He's been doing it for 7 years and has basically no results.
  3. Yes you can do FUT after having FUE. You will get less grafts from the FUT strip than you normally would because some of the grafts along the strip have already been removed during the FUE procedure. What is the goal? Did you get poor growth and now deciding to try FUT to get better growth? Did you get good growth, but worried that another FUE will leave you with a very thin donor area? Do you already have a depleted donor from the FUE?
  4. It's shock loss from the 2nd hair transplant. It's temporary and it will grow back. It's like you have to take a step backwards and then take two steps forward.
  5. You're always going to be losing hairs and having new ones grow in. Unless it's excessive or starts to have a noticeable difference in density then I wouldn't worry about it.
  6. Wow. They make it sound like they are the founders and owners of the forum. I would mail them about that if I were you. I don't know if it will make a difference, but I'd certainly let them know that it's been noticed.
  7. Looks like you are right on target. 3 months is usually when it just starts and you will get some new hair popping up for the next several months. It takes months for it all to start growing.
  8. Can someone please point this out to all the women who think men are privileged.
  9. Are you talking about Melvin? All he did was give his opinion that it looked like it could be alopecia areata and you should check with a dermatologist. Nothing overzealous that I read and you were asking for advice. Anyway, I'm glad to see it's all growing back in.
  10. I actually been doing good with the eating and lost two or three pounds so far. It's not because I'm eating less. When I'm at work everyone brings in cookies, chocolate, cake, donuts, etc. and I drink a lot of soda there too. At home I hardly have any junk food, so my junk food intake is way down. That's definitely a plus for me.
  11. I think they are going to be too backed up due to a lot of postponements that they will need to fit in, but who knows really.
  12. Yeah. I think the guys who have the hardest decision to make are the ones who are NW5 and up who have been buzzing or shaving their head for a while and are sort of OK with it, but would really prefer to have hair. These are the guys who buzzed early on when their hair was just starting to get too bad to bother trying to style it and they just took it all off. For these men even if they have a good hair transplant it may not be thick enough or cover enough area for them to like letting it grow and they'll just want to go back to shaving it off. If they go for FUT to try to get more coverage/density then they can't go back to buzzing/shaving. If they go for FUE hoping that they can go back to buzzing in case they have to then even if they can go back to buzzing/shaving you have to wonder if it was even worth the time and cost.
  13. Do a home workout. Pushups with varying arm spacing (arms in close to your body and then a set with arms far apart), sit ups, running in place with high leg lifts, jumping squats, etc. It's good to do something different for a while than you usually do at the gym anyway. It's something your body isn't used to and you use muscles a bit differently.
  14. It looks like you had a bleeder that oozed out over a few other grafts and thus the scab lasted longer since the blood had to dry out first. It doesn't look like there's any other issue
  15. In the USA the number of deaths from the flu during the flu season of 2017-2018 was 61,000 people. That is in about a 7 month period from October to May. This comes to 290 people per day dying of the Flu, but nobody ever panics every winter because of the flu. I'm not saying the coronavirus is nothing, but it's been way overblown compared to other causes of death that are considered normal.