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  1. Hi. Got my 3 month update (with a couple of pics) up on my blog.
  2. Orion - Forgot to mention my techs where Superman and the Flash. lol Actually, the procedure ended at 12:30a.m. Thanks for catching that...gonna try and correct that in my log
  3. Thanks Orion. Just checked out your weblog. Looks like the babies are coming in nicely. Good Luck.
  4. Ok, i'm sure these questions have been asked before, as I have read the answers before my HT, but their harder to find now. lol Anyway, before I get to the questions I've got a suggestion to the Admin.: Maybe you could create a "sticky" area for threads about frequently asked questions. On to the questions: 1. When do you start shedding the transplanted hairs (one, two, three weeks post-op)? 2. I'm 8 days post-op, and the Dr.'s instructions were to gently start massaging the recip. area when washing to get rid of the scabs. I don't have any scabs but have what probably is dead skin as it is white. It looks like dandruff when it dry. I tried rubing it and got some off, but noticed one or two hairs attached some of this dead skin. Is this normal? 3. My scalp (recipient area) feels tight and like it's made of leather. When will it start to feel normal?
  5. Ok, i'm sure these questions have been asked before, as I have read the answers before my HT, but their harder to find now. lol Anyway, before I get to the questions I've got a suggestion to the Admin.: Maybe you could create a "sticky" area for threads about frequently asked questions. On to the questions: 1. When do you start shedding the transplanted hairs (one, two, three weeks post-op)? 2. I'm 8 days post-op, and the Dr.'s instructions were to gently start massaging the recip. area when washing to get rid of the scabs. I don't have any scabs but have what probably is dead skin as it is white. It looks like dandruff when it dry. I tried rubing it and got some off, but noticed one or two hairs attached some of this dead skin. Is this normal? 3. My scalp (recipient area) feels tight and like it's made of leather. When will it start to feel normal?
  6. hairbank, My doner density is 85-95 and I believe the goal was to get as close as possible to that. As for the experience, i'm pretty pleased so far. Everyone at BHR made the experience worthwhile. Now I have to wait a year to see the results.
  7. Hi again. Got my HT done on the 23rd. Created a weblog but cant get it to work with my sig. anyway here it is: http://www.hairtransplantnetwork.com/blog/home-page.asp?WebID=235
  8. Stupid question: Why would anybody in their right mind even consider mini or micro grafts today? an ultra-refined ht is the only ht you should consider imo.
  9. I read somewhere that the best time to take it is in the morning. Does it make a difference?
  10. Pat, I'm planning on sharing my results once I get the procedure done. Regarding Dr. Arvind using Dr. Rassman's photos, I read a discussion about that in another forum. They decided to let it slide as there was an explanation that the web designer posted Dr. Rassman's pics without Dr. A knowing about it. Can't verify if this is true or not though. Either way I commend you on keeping your forum Also I forgot to mention Dr. Damkerng Pathomvanich (Thailand) who is recommended by DR Wong in another forum. Supposedly developed the "open technique" allowing for a transection rate of under 2% About him: http://www.hairtransinter.com/contents/aboutus.htm
  11. HK500 http://hair-restoration-info.com/eve/forums/a/tpc/f/346...921090192#3921090192
  12. london-lad congarats on the impressive results. i'm jealous (lol) Seriously though, credit to h&w for managing these super mega sessions on a daily basis. IMO anyone high up on the NW should consider them first.
  13. Hi Pat, I know most of the top doc are in the US and Canada. Perhaps you could shed some light on top docs elswhere, as lots of people (for different reasons) may not have the luxury of going to the US or Canada. Here some worth visiting in Europe, Australia, and India who should be considered in your list of recommended surgeons: Dr. Ray Woods (Australia) He invented FUE. Don't think he does strip though. Dr. C. Bisanga (Belgium) Does FUE and Strip. Relatively new but has outstanding results. I'm scheduled to have a strip procedure with him this month. Dr. AP or Dr. A (India) Does strip and fue. See some good results from him in other forums. Also noticed Dr. Melike K??lah?§i (Turkey) on your list of recommended docs. Would be interested to see a visit to her clinic. Regards.
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