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  1. I just completed my second FUE, 1700 grafts with Dr Arika Bansal and Dr. Pradeep Sethi at Eugenix in New Delhi. My first procedure was in December 2017 (FUE, 3000 grafts) and the results were so spectacular that I’ll just let the before-after photos do the talking: As you can see, my hair looked pretty sparse and sad before the procedure. During the following year I experienced what can only be described as a hair explosion on my head. It was amazing. I had never had such full hair. And completely without finasteride or Minox. It was magical. Back then I decided on Eugenix because the price-performance ratio simply couldn't be beat - 3000 grafts, 3 day hotel stay, transport to and from the airport, hotel, medication for the equivalent of around 1 euro per graft. Every patient is also assigned a consultant from the clinic who answers all questions via WhatsApp 24 hours a day and is responsible for preparation and follow-up. Dr. Bansal and Dr. Sethi have already helped over 9000 patients and have successfully performed mega procedures of up to 7000 grafts. They have developed their own version of FUE in which the extracted grafts are immediately re-implanted in order to minimize the time spent outside the body. Due to the success of the clinic, prices have unfortunately risen a bit, but the result of my first FUE was so unbelievably good that I knew pretty soon after: I had to go back.
  2. Hey Guys, Finally i did it !!! After 5 years of researching and exploring all non-surgical treatments, I felt confident this time to take the plunge looking to regain my hairline which I lost 10 years ago. Hopefully i won't regret it 😬About Me38 years old, diffuse thinner with a high receding hairline and NW6 family history. Have been on Min, Derma rolling and Multivitamins for almost 15 months. Recently, i added low dose fin/ 1mg on alternative days (3 Months now with no side effects). you can check my below thread for more details. Why Dr ArikaDo I need to explain ? Look at her real patient results and make up your conclusion! Simply, she answered all my questions, cleared my doubts and assured me the best result. Eugenix Team Well organized, professional and very responsive. They did their best to make me comfortable and meet my expectation even though they were overloaded. I would like to extend my sincere gratitude and appreciation to Eugenix team @Abhinay Singh. It was an amazing experience. Surgical Details FUE 0.9 mm punch 1s = 90 2s = 981 3s = 10454s = 405 5s= 20 (7 partially transected) Total - 2541 grafts / 6900 Hairs / 2.7 Average Pre & Post Op Photos
  3. I am scheduled for my first HT surgery with Eugenix on Monday, October 11. Will be traveling from Canada to Delhi. If you have any specific questions about the clinic prior to my arrival, I will gladly answer them when I am there. Otherwise, I hope to be posting about my experience in about two weeks time after my return.
  4. I have been reading this forum for a while and this is my first post. I got my operation done on 4th november and I thought it would be good to share my experience because one of the thighs that helped me to learn were the real cases that I could find in the forum. About me I currently live in Madrid and my age is 36 years. I started with minoxidil when I was 18 when I saw that I was starting to lose hair and because my grandparents, uncles and father are bald. That didn't stop the hair loss so I tried finasteride, but my GP told me that it could have side effects and unless baldness was a big problem for me he recommended me to quit, so in recent years I have not used anything to stop baldness. During this year I have been seriously thinking about having a hair transplant animated by the information found on the internet, I have started to take finasteride and have made visits to several clinics in Madrid, making the final decision to do the transplant in October. About the clinic Among the many options available, I evaluated the best Spanish clinics and looked at those available in India because my wife is from that country and we planned to go in November this year. After researching with a little more depth about top Spanish clinics and top clinics in India I saw that the best clinics in India offer good results but at a much lower cost than in Spain. But as is happening in many countries there is a lot of research to be done as there has been a large increase in clinics in recent years which has made it harder to find good doctors. In my case I decided to go to Eugenix clinic as it has shown very good results with many patients, they are very transparent with what can be achieved and with what can not be achieved (they do not sell miracles), they transmit great confidence, I have known real cases of their patients and they had availability in the month of November (something that in Spanish clinics was practically impossible). The technique they use is Motorized FUE DHT in which grafts stay off the scalp for less than 30 minutes. The first step is to prepare the receiving area by making slits with a needle that will serve to implant the hair later. In the second step, the hairs are removed and implanted simultaneously to put them in the slits made in the previous step. For the extraction, motorized cole punches are used that releases the follicle, tweezers to remove it and sava implanters to put the follicle in the previously made slits. Eugenix has several clinics in India, we decided to go to the one located in Delhi to avoid extra trips and because in it we could count on Dr. Arika who has had a very good training and experience, and along with Dr. Pradeep is the owner of the clinic. Another advantage of doing so in Delhi is that this clinic has a floor with rooms where you can stay so during the days of operation you do not have to worry about getting up very early and if any problems arise the doctors are also in the same building to be able to see what problem there is. About the personal experience Due to COVID-19 the simple fact of traveling already worried us as we had to take many precautions and fill out a few forms in order to travel. Due to travel restrictions we made a PCR in Madrid two days before traveling. In addition, on the second flight (we went from Madrid to London and London to Delhi) we were made to wear protective screens. Despite everything, the flight was like any other I had already done and in my case I was able to sleep half the trip. On arrival, as promised, a driver was waiting for us at the airport who took us directly to the clinic. There they extracted blood from me for some tests and I had another PCR done again. In the afternoon we spoke to Dr. Pradeep and Dr. Arika, who did a preliminary analysis and introduced me to a couple of former patients so I could see that after several years their results were maintained. The next day it all started. Together with Dr. Arika we performed the design of the implant and decided the grafts to extract, because of their experience we chose to be conservative, without lowing too much the hairline and covering the crown diffusely. The plan was to divide the transplant into three days and implement 5000 grafts. On the first day most of the work was done by Dr. Arika, she made the slits to mark where the first 3000 grafts had to be implanted and extracted about 1200 grafts, the implantation was made by the most senior technicians of the clinic. As the operation of the first day was 8 hours, we had a break to eat and a couple more since at some times it became uncomfortable to stay in the same position for a long time. On the second day, the doctor made 2000 more incisions and technicians performed the extraction and implantation of 2800 UF. This day was 10 hours of operation so we did more breaks. On the third day, technicians extracted 1150 grafts from my beard, implanted 1000 in the incisions made the previous day. The remaining ones were decided by Dr. Arika to give a little more density to the crown. During these four days, breakfast, lunch and dinner were provided by the clinic. As they do not have a kitchen, they ask you for your preference and request food from nearby restaurants, which in my experience were all good. Also, I was able to talk to Dr. Pradeep and other clinic patients, that made me feel like I was at home all the time since the whole team cares about answering any questions and even during the night you can call them in case you think something isn't right (in my case nothing happened). The postoperative The last day of the operation the doctor gave me some recommendations and medications for the first 7 days after the operation, and a series of guidelines for the first 30 days. I have already spent the first 7 days and have not had any difficulty (except problems sleeping comfortably with the neck pillow) so for now I am quite happy.
  5. This incredible forum has taught me so much and has finally gotten me to the perfect position of choosing the right clinic in Eugenix to perform my first hair transplant procedure. I’ve learned so much from so many and it is now time to pay it forward and document my journey as well. I was originally scheduled for March of next year but my Medical Visa was approved early to my surprise and Dr Arika (aka, The Hairline Queen) 🙂 had availability end of August so I’m extremely excited to be in this fortunate position of making this long awaited dream a reality. Background: I’m 49 years old and have suffered from hair loss since I was 17. At around 18 years of age I started taking Minoxidil, which I believe was a new medication at that time (DAMN I feel old!;-) Having a father and 2 grandfathers that were slick bald before the age of 35, I knew I was in for substantial hair loss in the coming years and continued to measure my decline, noticing after 5 years that Minoxidil was only slowing it down. Less shedding, yes, but further miniaturization and further recession. My mission was to stop it completely and after some research and discussions with doctors, I learned of Propecia which again was a very very new drug to help stop hair loss by blocking DHT. Had my doctor write up a prescription for Proscar, and since it was 5mg, I would cut the pills into 4’s saving myself a ton of cash as it was pretty expensive back then.. Once again, I feel so old having taken this drug well before it was ever called Finasteride:-) ! Combining Minoxidil and Proscar (Finasteride) ultimately stopped my hair loss at age 24. The thickness and dexterity of the hair, of course, has slightly declined since I was 24, but no further recession. Beyond just the drugs, I’ve always practiced a very healthy lifestyle, with a plant based diet, intermittent fasting, high intensity exercise and a supplement stack that first and foremost helps with well being, but many times what’s good for the body, mind and spirit is also good for the hair! Because my hair was stablized, I never thought it was worth the risk of getting a hair transplant. So I’ve gone multiple decades with just accepting my NW3 status and trying to look at my situation from an optimistic perspective of how blessed I was to have had options at the most critical time to save me from losing all my hair. My father and grandfathers never had that luxury. Over the years and especially the early years, hair transplant procedures were risky. I never felt comfortable with getting FUT done, and it wasn’t until FUE that I started to pay close attention and had the desire to do it. What eventually sealed the deal for me was a Hyperpigmentation issue that I have so perfectly and conveniently located across my hairline. I've had it for close to 10 years and it is luckily not spreading further. My dermatologist told me that it’s easily treatable, but that it would always come back since the sun is directly hitting it. Unless I always wore a hat outside, I would need skin peels and other laser treatments done throughout the course of my life to keep it from darkening further. Since my dermatologist is also involved with hair transplant procedures, he told me that this condition could serve to my benefit, essentially reducing the color contrast ratio between my hair and scalp thus helping to aid in the illusion of density. While I like my dermatologist ONLY for my skin and not my hair, I did think he was spot on with his assessment which got me to research, find this forum, and go thru consults with probably over 20 clinics both in the states and internationally before settling on Eugenix. Bottom line, love Eugenix's approach, the invention, the science, the artistry, and their focus on treating you like a real person that's part of the family. @Abhinay Singh and other members of his team have been amazing to work with so far. Early approval of the Visa definitely would not have been achieved without their help. Here is a breakdown of my Daily Regimen: Treating Androgenic Alopecia (hereditary baldness) Finasteride - 1mg daily Minoxidil 5% drops - nightly Treating Involutional Alopecia (Natural thinning of hair as we age): Instead of a Multivitamin, I take supplements individually where I know based on my diet, exactly where my deficiencies lie and what doses are best suited for me. It’s a lot more work to do it this way as my doctor needs to draw blood to determine those deficiencies, but well worth it in my opinion. With that, I take more supplements than I would ever want to list out on this forum, but here are the ones I take daily that are specifically tied to anti-aging of the hair and overall well being. D3 (4000IU) - When vitamin D3 is metabolized in the skin a protein called Keratin is formed and this helps with regulating hair growth and shedding. MSM (1000mg) - Works extremely well when combined with D3 as it ultimately helps with the process of donating sulfur to Keratin to fuel it and super charge D3 to do its job more effectively (in other words, taking the follicle out of its rest phase and beginning the growth cycle earlier.) Collagen (6g) - Our bodies are able to use the amino acids in collagen to build hair proteins, strengthen the skin around your hair roots, and lengthen the time to shedding. Works especially well when combined with Hyaluronic Acid. Hyaluronic Acid (200mg) - Hydrates the hair and scalp. I found that it helps reduce dry scalp and frizzy hair as the binding properties of Hyaluronic Acid helps the hair follicles and scalp to retain more moisture thus allowing Collagen to bond to it and do its job more efficiently as well. Vitamin K2 (100mcg) - Another factor that could contribute to hair loss is scalp calcification. So if you have huge deposits of calcium in your scalp it will eventually reduce the blood supply to the vessels of the scalp which inevitably leads to miniaturization of the hair over the course of a lifetime. K2 helps with the regulation of calcium so those large deposits are likely not to form on your scalp. Zinc (9mg of Elemental Zinc from 20mg of Sucrosomial Zinc) This is a tough one, because not enough Zinc could lead to hair loss but too much zinc could increase hair loss. That is why I air on the side of caution and go very low dose on this one. It helps with hair tissue growth and repair by keeping your oil glands around the follicles healthy and working optimally. Vitamin E (200iu) - This one helps with reducing the amount of oxidative stress / free radicals that over a lifetime cause the hair follicle cells to break down. Vitamin C, Iron, and Biotin - All work together synergistically and are important for hair loss prevention. I found I get enough in my diet, and don’t need to supplement with any of these individually. Although I should also add that I do get added Vitamin C from my Collagen powder and I use a shampoo that is loaded with Biotin as well. Sorry for the long explanation on my daily regimen, but I thought it was important to paint the full picture of not just what I’ve been taking over the last many years, but exactly why I’ve been taking it. That said, as much as I like to be consultative, please do your own research and only take what makes sense for you after assessing diet, current supplement stack and the advice from a licensed nutritionist or doctor. This has worked for me, but it may not work for everyone. I wanted to post some before shots prior to my surgery on the 31st. The first one is a shot of me at 25 years old after everything stabilized being on Finasteride for over a year . You’ll notice that the right side looks less bald, but it’s actually just as bald as the left, I just grew it out and combed it over to cover that spot and combed it down to give the illusion of a lower hairline. The rest are current day, 24 years later so you can compare the difference over the years. I’d be interested in getting everyone’s input, advice, especially on the Hyperpigmentation condition if you think that would help or hurt my outcome of a transplant. Full disclosure, regardless of having a skin disorder at the top of my head, a transplant is something I've always wanted to do at some point in my life. This just gave me the kick in the ass to finally doing it!😎🤞 Counting down the days😁 Thanks all! Maz
  6. Have been following this forum just for few months. I have been gradually losing my hair for the past 10 years and now Iam NW5. I consulted almost all the top clinics in india and few online sessions from turkey too. I met Dr.Pradeep Sethi at bangalore in a meet&greet session through Anil. I hardly had few minutes and i wasnt able to decide about anything. Cant blame him really as it wasnt a private session. Then i contacted Anil and went to their Gurugram clinic in person before few days. Had a consulation with Dr.Arika for few minutes and i was really convinced after that. She answered my questions patiently and explained everything in detail. I took couple of days to decide about the dates as i was contemplating to do it in march because i have my sister's wedding in feb. But decided to take it now as i have almost 50 days for the wedding. One thing i liked about Eugenix is that they arent pushy like many other top clinics in india. That gave me a positive feeling. @Abhinay Singh (during the consultation) and Anil were really helpful and they were patient enough to explain everything. Now my dates are locked. Its jan-2nd/3rd and thats the earliest date i got when i decided abt this before couple of weeks. I am slightly nervous and excited at the same time. I was really confused before few days. Had a chat with @JohnAC71 and @Captain Haddockregarding the procedure. they were exceptionally helpful regarding my decision. had a brief chat with @juanjs84 about His HT at Eugenix. will update everything regarding the procedure frequently. fingers crossed!
  7. @Rmp definitely wait until you speak with Eugenix before taking another go at it. What I've heard is applying conditioner to the recipient area and letting it sit for 15 to 20 minutes is better than just shampoo. @Melvin- Moderator has a great video that goes thru it. Check it out, but still hold off until you speak with Eugenix. Looking forward to following your journey brother! You are already in great shape coming from Eugenix. Follow my Journey with Eugenix and Dr Arika Bansal!
  8. Hey Guys! Quite excited to be here after having gotten my hair transplant done at Eugenix in India! My name is Gary and I’m 39 years old , born and raised in Vancouver, Canada. It was at the age of around 25-26 years when I first noticed a good amount of regression at the front and back of my scalp. Thankfully the progression was moderate, however, due to the family history on my maternal side w.r.t. baldness I knew where I was headed. At 33 years I started to get really worried about my look. To cover up the bald areas, I started using topical hair building fiber, I used to spike my hair at the back & do a comb-over in the front to cover the receding hairline & crown. Soon I decided to consult Dr Hasan & Wong in Vancouver, who suggested an FUT procedure back then and also advised to start taking finasteride – thrice a week – which I had to stop after 6 months as I was not sure whether it was causing some side effects that I experienced. Last year I finally decided to up my research a bit & started exploring the best options on YouTube & some forums. One lucky day, while watching hair transplant results on YouTube, Eugenix popped up & I started watching their patient results. Honestly, Eugenix had by far the best results, especially in terms of hairline, they also had the most natural results and I still continue to watch their videos till date. Excited, I got in touch with Eugenix’s medical consultant who was really helpful, from explaining the DHT technique to helping me out with visa restrictions, it was all very professional. So I hopped on to this 14.5 hour long flight as soon as I got my visa. Landed in Delhi at dawn, had some delicious dal makhni & masala chai at my hotel and was at the clinic by morning. Coming to the procedure, the planning & designing session with Dr Arika was fabulous. Some of the hairlines suggested to me back in Vancouver were rather conservative and for that reason I was expecting something similar at Eugenix too, but to my delight, the hairline that Dr Arika drew was not conservative at all & I liked it instantly. The staff was so friendly and the technicians very professional. They work together in perfect harmony, know exactly what’s to be done and at the same time have a lot of patience. I could feel that ease during the surgery and was totally comfortable. A total of 4045 grafts were done out of which 560 were taken from my beard. The procedure was done over 2 days & I came in on the third day for a cleaning session too. Overall, a great experience. Waiting for my results now for which I’ll be posting regular updates.
  9. Pefectly executed procedure, perfectly executed result! Follow my Journey with Eugenix and Dr Arika Bansal!
  10. After a lengthy amount of time spent researching, I am booked in for a two day transplant with Dr. Arika Bansal of Eugenix on 7/15-7/16 for 5000 grafts. I will be sharing pre/post-op pictures and my journey on this thread! Thanks to everyone who shared their experiences on this forum.
  11. Looks so natural @juanjs84! Even though you are at the 11 month mark, you still may see some additional thickening of the hair, and also the 1150 beard grafts many times take over 14 months to pop thru. But even if nothing else improves, you are much much improved my friend! Follow my Journey with Eugenix and Dr Arika Bansal!
  12. Hi all, To start, I’m thankful for this community. I had long ignored these forums because it became too painful for me to read your stories (good and bad) while at the same time reliving my past traumas. I want to touch on 3 brief topics before beginning. 1. Please excuse my lack of brevity. I’ve held my words for nearly a decade, and have had nobody but Dr. consults and clinical coordinators to really attempt to share my pain with. This isn’t something I’m open about with friends, or even family for that matter. I’ve learned that I internalize my problems and don’t like to share them with others for fear of feeling like a burden. Virgo thing? 2. I don’t wish to bash any physicians here. Please use my traumatic journey as a cautionary tale to be as well prepared and well informed as possible on your end before entrusting a doctor to work on you. I own share in the blame for my HT failures by not being as informed and communicative as I should have been. 3. If you recognize me, please do not mention anything or show anybody this thread, etc. Please respect my pain, and understand that me sharing my journey today comes with nearly a decade of trauma and I’m trying this out as a new outlet for support and therapy. Melvin, if you’re out there, sometimes reading your uplifting messages to people in distress make me very happy to know that there is a community of people like yourself who understand the emotional toll that this world can take on us. While we haven’t yet met or connected virtually, you encouraged me to pony up and share my journey. 2012 My first HT was in 2012 with Dr. Walter Unger. I was only 24 years old. My father had 2 prior procedures done by Dr. Unger. From what I knew about Dr. Unger at the time, he was a pioneer in the field and very well respected. I was impressionable and very new to hair loss. My hair loss had just started, and after a visit to Dr. Unger, he explained what my baldness progression would ultimately look like. He was not wrong in any of this assessment. My procedure was FUT with approximately 2,500 grafts if my memory serves correctly. Nothing about this procedure had me worried until I removed bandages at home and noticed a horribly uneven graft placement in the temple regions and hairline. Dr. Unger assured me that this would blend in well and that nothing was wrong. You’ll come to see that my initial worry was warranted, and that I would wear dirty hairs with 2’s and 3’s in my temple corner for the better part of a decade before doing something about it. I also had tremendous shock loss in the first couple months. I don’t know why, possibly because I wore a hat everyday. Or possibly due to some closure technique. I couldn’t tell you why with any amount of confidence. The below photos are painful to look at. I was young, felt helpless and hopeless, and was in a very dark place. Thankfully, as Dr. Unger said repeatedly, the shock loss subsided and hairs grew back. Ultimately, Dr. Unger’s strip scar healed quite well also. It was the cursory graft placement that led me to lose all trust in the procedure and rush to have a “correction” done to my hairline just a few months later. 2013 I went to a local HT physician who was very respected and well credentialed. I explained the situation I was in and was prescribed a 1k FUE hairline repair procedure. Unfortunately for me, this was done by the ARTAS machine. It made my problem much worse in the donor area and made zero net improvement in the hairline. I don’t believe any of the grafts survived. The Dr. and I have discussed this at length, and believe the ARTAS may have glitched on me. I’m choosing to leave his name out of this thread. He and I are in close contact to this day and he is committed to guiding me through the rest of my journey. His results have been all around excellent based on what I’ve seen. The ARTAS was an unforeseen variable, and the Dr. was also met with an eager 24/5 year old at the time (me) that was motivated to correct a wrong. The below photos are very difficult to look at. I withdrew from grad school and was living indoors for quite a while. I fell into deep depression and ended up moving back home with my parents for the year to build myself back emotionally and aesthetically. The “why me” question came up a lot in my mind. With so many successful simple procedures out there, why was I doomed? Apart from the very invasive looking lines below the strip scar that the ARTAS drew, it also left me with a quarter sized trauma site with no hair. Ultimately, this healed somewhat and shrank to the size of a dime; which is how it looks today. There’s no need to show frontal hairline photos. None of the grafts took. The below series of photos are intended to show how I looked for the next 8 years of my life. These were all taken in late 2020 or early 2021. It took courage to leave the house on a daily basis. I surrounded myself with familiar settings and familiar people. I always felt eyes wander to the corner of my forehead when meeting someone new. This is my latest professional headshot. If you look closely, you’ll notice the shaved Unger hairs in the corner. The red line I drew is my best approximation of the graft placement on me. My left (my left) side is native hair without reinforcement. I do not understand why this happened. Here’s how the corner looks before I shave it. I’ve never seen a man’s hairline do that. They recede, not go forward. Here you can see that the left (my left) looks natural with almost no extra reinforcement. It’s like there was a parallelogram on my face. I started experimenting with plucking with tweezers which turned out okay. I did this for about a year. The plucked region looks better than shaven. But there are too many dirty hairs to manage everyday. In April 2020, I finally revisited the Dr who operated on me in 2013 with the ARTAS. He offered to try and remove some of the Unger hairs. We went conservative to see how things would heal, with the idea that we would go back later to remove the remaining ones. This is about 1 month after the extractions. The redness subsided significantly, and is virtually undetectable to the untrained eye at a distance. August 2021 This is how I looked at the beginning of the month. I spent years researching how to get myself fixed and ultimately decided on Drs. Pradeep Sethi and Arika Bansal at Eugenix. In the photos below, you’ll notice that my right side temple looks significantly better than it did, though there are still quite a few dirty hairs in the corner that need to move. You’ll also notice that I started parting my hair a little as opposed to having it upright like in the prior photos. This gave me some more camouflage for the thinning. My barber has become my close friend and he realizes how much I’ve been through. He’s careful on my every 2 week visit for the last 8 years to give me as good as he can give me based on my situation every time. He’s even coming to my house for my first few cute post HT. He deserves a lifetime of beer for being my only real confidant in my hair vulnerabilities. I have built myself back up to be successful in academia, career, and socially. I only revisit my hair loss now because I’m strong enough now to revisit this, and I think I’ve done considerable research and homework to find the right doctors. If there’s a silver lining in all of this, it’s been my ability to adapt and to grow my personality outside of my exterior shell. To be thankful for what I have today, and to be very humbled by what my worst days looked like and how far I’ve come. I’ve even managed to land a few stunning and out of my league girlfriends along the way. I guess we prioritize our heads more than society does? Photos taken August 12 I will post my Eugenix experience in the next box. Thank you for sticking with me, and pardon any typos.
  13. Eugenix Hair Sciences bringing Dr Arika Bansal & Dr Pradeep Sethi to Dubai on October 22nd and 23rd. Book your slots and get all your hair transplant related doubts cleared. Call or watsapp on +91-9311622883 to book your slot for free counselling.
  14. I am going to roughly guess about 2000 in frontal third. I chose the exclusive package - Rs 201/graft with Dr. Bansal doing design, slits and crucial extractions. During the in-person consultation, Dr. Bansal did inspect my donor area with magnification.
  15. Hello everyone! So I have been reading a lot of material on this forum. I have definitely received a tremendous amount of information from here. It has helped me a lot during my immediate post transplant phase. I believe that my own experience with hair transplantation could help others who are seeking the same too. Therefore, I have decided to post the entire documented journey of my transplantation procedure here on this amazing forum. Here it goes: I started to lose hair by the age of 23. The loss was very gradual and it was difficult for me to have noticed the decline in my density. Eventually, when the hairline stared to recede drastically and my look started to change for the worse, I started to panic. I never knew anything about hair. I was scared that it might be a disease or some form of disorder. But even that was not enough to compel me to visit a doctor and understand the situation. I started with different home remedies and self imagined cures in the forms of advertised shampoos or oils. However, the hair loss did not stop. I started to notice more and more hair come off every time I combed my hair or even if I wet it. The worst part was that I was losing all confidence because of my hair situation. I started using hair products and other styling products to help hide my baldness. But as most of you might know, that doesn't really work. However, to come to the point of all of the above, it was only after I met Dr. Arika Bansal and Dr. Pradeep Sethi that they actually told me the honest truth about hair loss intervention. They made me understand the why and the how. And also what should be done to address the issue. For the already bald area, it was too late. But for my pre existing hair, I was recommended Finastride at a dosage of 0.5 to 1 mg. I swear by this medication because i have 0 hair loss since I have started taking that medication. For the bald area, the doctors gave me a transplantation of 2815 grafts. I knew about hair transplantation prior to this too. But I was not sure whether i would be able to go through with it. I was definitely scared of the pain. I couldn't quite bring myself to go for the procedure. However, the procedure was painless, contrary to my belief. It was simple. But it was lengthy (oh well!). And you gotta do what you gotta do. So now through the pictures, I shall show you the progress of my results.
  16. 1st HT - 4400 Grafts- FUE/BHT Darling Buds - Jan 20 - 2015 Dr Bhatti https://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/topic/41407-fue-4394-grafts-dr-tejinder-bhatti-india/ H T Eugenix After searching Doctors experienced in achieving good density in extensive bald patients through FUE and BHT, I found Eugenix and decided to have my second and third Hair Transplants with them. Both procedures were preformed through DHT - (Direct Hair Transplantation) A Modified version of FUE where the grafts are Implanted within minutes of Extraction as a result increasing survival rate. 2nd HT - 4500 Grafts - FUE/BHT Through DHT - Sept 27 - 2017 Dr Sethi - 3000 Head Grafts + 1500 Beard Grafts 3rd HT - 3500 Grafts - FUE/BHT Through DHT - Sept 27 - 2018 Dr Bansal - 2000 Head Grafts + 1500 Beard Grafts The HT Procedures with Eugenix - New Delhi Planning the Hair Transplant and Hair Shave Local Anesthesia slight Bearable Discomfort Recepiant Sites made By Dr Sethi + Dr Bansal Extraction and Implantation - Simultaneously. Patient Advice Highly Recommend Eugenix, especially if you have extensive hair loss. Both my procedures were Successful and I am Very Happy with my decision and the Results achieved. Eugenix provides accommodation so I stayed at the clinic 3 days after my Hair transplant before flying back to London. Highly recommend staying at the clinic which is based 45 mins away from New Delhi Airport. Some advice for future patients, On the flight back you want to chose an Aisle Seat next to the Toilets so you can Spray the Grafts with Saline Solution in the restroom. Also get a Travel Pillow. A Big Thank you Dr Arika Bansal and Dr Sethi and the Eugenix team, but also Nelson for taking care of me when at the clinic, and reassuring me before and after the procedure. My Post Op Hair care Routine I'm using a Sulfate and Paraben Free shampoo and a conditioner but also Nizoral 3 times a week Regaine foam daily and Vitamins - Saw Palmetto - Pumpkin Seed Oil - Zinc - D3 - B Complex
  17. It really is good work. I know that a lot of people focus on the various packages that Eugenix used to offer - the ones where, if you pay more, you have one or both doctors more involved in the surgery. When I put my down payment for surgery with Eugenix two years ago (before the pandemic and lockdowns), I chose the package with Dr. Bansal. But in reality, most of the work is done by the techs. Dr. Bansal designed the hairline, evaluated the donor region, made the slits and did some initial extractions but most of the real grunt work is done by the team which surrounds the doctors. The extractions, the placements are all from their hard work. The slits are important and that's why Dr. Bansal (and Dr. Sethi) are hands-on at this crucial step. They use a needle which looks much like an implanter needle. It creates the direction for the hair placement so Dr. Bansal is creating the foundation for how the grafts are ultimately placed by the technicians. The needle creates the opening just big enough for the graft to be placed at the right angle but not give it any room to move around once in place. Dr. Bansal also did the first few extractions so that she could observe the quality of the grafts, the ease by which they can be removed, etc. And, of course, she does the final inspection at the end of the surgery. But full credit goes to the technicians who work long, exhausting hours.
  18. I’m a 43 year old and suffering from male pattern baldness for close to 2 decades now. I would want to pursue the options to get my hair transplant done with latest technology. Recently I observed that hair falling from crown part too. If possible looking for options in South India. Any suggestions and advices are welcome. I heard Dr Arvind, Dr Radha Palakurthi , Dr Bansal, Dr Pradeep Sethi are more popular in my area/country.
  19. @Andy78 One approach may be to just get the frontal portion done and leave the crown alone for now. I believe their are a lot of benefits to having a phased approach to hair transplantation, and could help with staying conservative on the first procedure, and the second procedure could be to slightly lower hairline, add more density, and fill in crown. That would at least allow you to cut down on the amount of grafts, but still have a profound impact on the initial results. My 50th birthday is in July and my mindset was to hell with everything else, I'm getting what I've always wanted! Food for thought brother😉 Follow my Journey with Eugenix and Dr Arika Bansal!
  20. I would count myself as one of the more experienced patients of Hair Transplantation. I started very young and did my first procedure in London sometime around 1998. Then in Johannesburg South Africa in 2003 and the third procedure in Mumbai in 2014. However after three operations I was still was terribly unlucky with disappointing results and had given up all hope of having hair. Until the day I saw this video of my cousin in an open air jeep during a tiger safari and his hair was flying all over this place. This same guy was a bald guy not so long before that video. I was hugely intrigued and after connecting with him found out that his procedure was done at Eugenix Hair Clinic in Delhi by Dr Arika Bansal and Dr Pradeep Sethi. My wife went onto connect with the Eugenix team and we decided to give it one final go even though after three procedures I had very little donor hair left. It was nearly a year ago and I flew from Mumbai to Delhi to the Eugenix Hair Clinic which was a spanking looking, massive four storey, uber luxury clinic. Over two days my procedure went extremely fast with hardly any discomfort, the doctors, technicians and clinic staff were super nice and efficient. As the old saying goes the taste of the pudding is in its eating. Please see my before and after pics for you to decide how my life has transformed. I take this opportunity to thank the Doctors and Staff of Eugenix for bringing back my confidence. After the return of my hair I have also gone onto loose 15kgs. That is a hair raising story ?
  21. Rahul, it was a pleasure meeting your virtually with Dr Sethi! You are a true inspiration for anyone that is a higher Norwood! Your video that Eugenix just posted this week was an emotional one, and will most certainly be represented as the true testament for anyone that has given up on getting their hair back. This forum salutes you brother! Follow my Journey with Eugenix and Dr Arika Bansal!
  22. @Andy78 @Eugenix Hair SciencesI would again recommend a video consultation, or even better go to their location in person for an assessment. There are a few very good examples on this forum of work done by Dr Priyadarshani Das. She does incredible work and is one of several doctors that fall under the lower cost option (Comprehensive Package Rs. 75 per graft). Eugenix may not be the only option in India, but trust me when I tell you, even with their lowest package, they are still the best option in India.😉 Best of luck in your search! Follow my Journey with Eugenix and Dr Arika Bansal!
  23. @Faru your hairloss pattern, very similar to mine, is so easy for an advanced clinic like Eugenix. If they can work wonders on guys that are completely bald NW7's, and need a full head of hair, they can knock the ball out of the park with guys like us! Thanks for the detailed write up and look forward to following your updates! Follow my Journey with Eugenix and Dr Arika Bansal!
  24. Based on what I'm seeing, density should not be an issue once everything sheds and comes back again. The precision of the graft placement has really put you a best position possible. Looks awesome man, keep posting updates! Follow my Journey with Eugenix and Dr Arika Bansal!
  25. @Romanch Mehta that is a very nice, densely package procedure! Definitely post some shots after the first head wash. Would love to further assess what looks to be impeccable work! Will be following your progress closely👏😁 Follow my Journey with Eugenix and Dr Arika Bansal!
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