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  1. Hello Folks, I come from Dublin in Ireland and have been suffering from severe MPB since my mid-20s. I’ve got four FUTs done already, the first one being when I was just 25 years old. My last FUT was back in 2010. I made the classical mistake of not doing enough research, not once but four times, since I settled for one of the only two local clinics in Ireland at that time. Not only did I end up getting four FUT scars at the back of my scalp, I also got some very poor results in terms of coverage, so poor that even after the transplant I had to resort to hair fibers & other camouflaging products to cover my bald areas. I honestly don’t remember how many grafts they implanted during the FUTs but I did continue taking finasteride & also used topical minoxidil since 2006. While medication did slow down the progression, it never stopped completely. Six years later, I went to Dr Alexander who suggested another FUT in 2016. Going by my past experience, I was too scared and sceptical of getting yet another scar and hence decided to research more. I listened to BTT and their podcasts – which made me learn a lot more about hair restoration in general. I narrowed down my search to two clinics viz. Medikemos in Belgium and Eugenix in India. I had a video consultation with Dr Sethi later. Apart from the insightful conversation I had with him, Dr Sethi also helped me get in touch with another Irish patient @Zoomster. I was completely blown away by his results, moreover I was so relieved to have finally got an ex-patient’s perspective on the clinic. After that it didn’t take me long to choose Eugenix where I got my procedure booked for August 2020, but then I couldn’t travel because of the restrictions and waited till October 2021. Yes, there are still quite a few COVID protocols in place related to PCR tests, health declarations and medical visa, but once I was here, the procedure went on quite smoothly. I had complete trust and confidence in Dr Sethi’s envisioning of my hairline & possible coverage, so the entire session was quite comforting. I was impressed by the medical hygiene maintained at the clinic compared to what I have seen in the past and also by the professionalism of their assisting technicians. I am very hopeful of getting good results now but at the same time keeping my expectations realistic. I shall be sharing more updates here regularly. Cheers!
  2. 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.
  3. Initially planned for 1800 but ended up in 1900+ Grafts.. Results looks good so far. Overall experience was excellent.. DR SETHI and DR. ARIKA has a great team! If you guys have any question related to my experience, I would love to share.. Throw your Questions.. I will post my updates here! So stay tuned..
  4. 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!
  5. 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.
  6. 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 ?
  7. 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!
  8. Long time lurker at the forum, after a couple of years of browsing through the website and looking up results, I've finally opted for a procedure @ Eugenix, Gurgaon on December the 10th - it's just a day away. I've had an in person consultation with Dr.Sethi last year, and another consultation over the phone with Dr. Arika. They recommend around 1200 grafts, I'm guessing it'll be around the 1400-1500 mark if we get around to fixing my temples. I'm 26 years of old, no major signs of baldness nor does my family have a history. Currently breaching NW 2, hopefully I'll get some pictures in for you guys in a couple of days. I'm praying everything goes smooth, will keep this thread updated over the course of my entire journey. This forum has been very helpful in helping me zero in on a good doctor, so thank you. Any pre-op/post-op advice? I'm all ears! Cheers!
  9. Hello everyone, I was completely against the surgery. Damn Scary! I never wanted to do a procedure for my hair. I was wearing a patch and I had made peace with it. As an actor my work is always on, and I could not take 3-4 months leave (a long break) from my work and do the transplant. Transplantation was not in my mind until I met Dr.Pradeep Sethi at Euginex and I encountered him through my friend and when I saw the results of patients who had undergone hair transplant at Eugenix I was flabbergasted and immediately got a second thought that what if I got the kind of hair I expect, it would be a boom for my career. Being an actor, I keep changing my looks. I pondered for a while as it is difficult to survive without work. Then Lockdown happened (a blessing in disguise). Once again I met Dr Pradeep at Eugenix and decided that this is the best time to do the procedure. Once the procedure is done, I will get much better roles in movies and my carrer will go to the next level. If I had not met Dr Pradeep or I had not visited Eugenix, I am sure I would never have trusted any clinic nor I would have got the procedure done. The other reason of choosing Eugenix over others was density. I had seen a lot of friends who got the procedure done in some other clinics and even after getting the transplant, they use topik regularly to cover the bald patches. What I perceived from their transplants that it was not possible to enjoy a high density. But my view about hair transplant changed immensely after I interacted with Dr Pradeep that getting natural hairline with high density coverage is possible after hair transplant. Infact, he explained it to me how the hairline will be recreated that will suit the face features and the temples be reconstructed that will give framing to my face from the sides. I had never imagined that it takes so many elements for recreation of natural hairline. The profound knowledge of hairline just boosted my confidence and I no longer wanted to wait. During the procedure. When anesthesia was administered, I only felt the slightest pain as if ants were moving on my skin. The procedure went on for 6 to 7 hours and nowhere I got the feeling that I was inside the OT. I was watching cricket match and listening to songs, infact I was enjoying the process. I got breaks as and when I wanted. I had a delicious lunch according to my preference. The experience was amazing and the staff was so cordial and patient throughout the procedure that I felt homely. I don’t trust people who are garrulous and don’t know what they are actually doing it. I have been through the smooth procedure and I am indebted to Dr Pradeep for providing me such an imperceptible hairline. Last but not least I am grateful to my friend who introduced me to Dr Pradeep. This would not have been possible without him. The seed is sown with so much care, compassion and affection that the results are bound to happen positively. I highly recommend Eugenix. Just go for it blindly. Everything will be taken care.
  10. 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.
  11. Failure of the hair transplant surgery can occur due to technical failure by the surgical team or due to sloppy surgical methods. There are many clinics for hair transplantation but unfortunately, hair transplants done by an inexperienced surgeon leads to poor results, low self-esteem, patient dissatisfaction and depression. Correcting these failed hair transplants is challenging because of the reduction in the donor area, bad hairline designs and previously done scarring. It can also be very traumatic for the patient. What are the rescue options for Failed Hair Transplant? There are certain ways to repair the failed hair transplant: 1. Body hair can be used to rescue patients with a depleted donor area. 2. FUT Scarring on the backside of the scalp can be concealed with the aid of scalp revision or scalp micro-pigmentation. 3. A bad frontal hairline can be totally redesigned by extracting the wrong grafts with the assistance of the FUE technique and relocation. What are the cases where a Hair Transplant Repair is required? 1. Defective Hairline 2. Compromised Density 3. Wide Scar after FUT 4. Stretched Scar 5. Bushy Temples Note: We will be updating this thread with result photos soon.
  12. 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.
  13. Background: 28 years old with a NW2 type recession and very mild thinning in the crown. Family history: Mother’s side has great hair genetics (her father and brother had a full head of hair well into their late years), MPB present with my father and his late father, however, slow and gradual loss, my father is 65 and has more so thinned throughout the top rather than lost hair. I don’t have siblings, and my first cousin who I share my grandfather with from dad’s side, is 36 years old and shows no signs of thinning. * Important to note - I believe that looking at family history could be relevant to some extent, but should not be relied on. If you have experienced hair loss, 95% chance it is from MPB. It's due to genetic variations, your genetics are complex and unique, and MPB is progressive. It is wishful and naive thinking to believe you may “stabilize” one day or try to determine your final form so to say. Prevention: Propecia - Currently 1mg/ED (every day) - Started January 1, 2020 at low dosages, and worked up to 1mg a day. Experimented with 0.25mg EOD (every other day) and gradually increased the dose as I felt comfortable. - More time is necessary to judge entirely how efficacious finasteride has been for me, but I believe it is maintaining my hair. My hope and goal at the core is prevention, any added density or regrowth would be a blessing. Minoxidil - Rogaine 5% Foam 1x per night ED - Started about 1.5 years ago - Love/hate relationship, does occasionally irritate my scalp and other times its fine. The application itself is not a hassle as it takes a couple of minutes to apply, however, I'm not a fan of how it leaves my hair feeling clumped and greasy. - Hoping for the minoxidil sulfate test to come out asap to determine whether or not topical minoxidil is ultimately effective for me. (Might switch to oral) Microneedling - 1.5mm 1x a week, no topicals for 24 hours after session. - I use Dr. Pen microneedling device - Apply it all over my scalp other than my recipient area for the time being. - Takes me around 10 minutes, and I rather enjoy it oddly enough its therapeutic for me Shampoos - Nizarol 2% ketoconazole, Regenpure DR 1% Ketoconazole, Selsun Blue 2.5% (extra strength). - I alternate the use of these. I aim to use nizarol only once a week at most as it drys my scalp, Might use Regenpure once a week on a different day, and will only use Selsun Blue when my scalp feels irritated/itchy, I find this shampoo to be the best at clearing up dandruff and dermatitis. - Otherwise I use some mild organic shampoo without sulfates, that includes all the fancy ingredients like biotin, nettle, tea tree, etc etc & currently using Herbal Glo EOD. Hair Mask - - Occasionally I put on a hair mask, not for prevention towards MPB (will not do anything to address androgenetic activity), but to moisturize my dry scalp. - I use coconut oil, castor oil, pumpkin seed oil, peppermint oil, tea tree oil & I use 1 egg yolk that helps bind all the ingredients together so it's not dripping all over the place. Supplements - - Not super important in my opinion, as I have tested my blood levels for deficiencies for many years even before I realized I had hair loss. My Iron, B12, folate etc levels have always been intact. - Still I recommend anyone to test for any deficiencies as they could be hindering healthy hair growth. - I take Vitamin D, MSM, a collagen powder that contains biotin ED. - Cleaned up the diet and started exercising more consistently Considering: Oral Minoxidil - 1 - 2.5mg ED - Still searching for a doctor willing to prescribe it to me Dutasteride - Topical or Oral - 1x a week added to my finasteride regimine CB-03-01 - Topical Anti-Androgen to address remaining androgens in the scalp including testosterone & DHT Restoration - 2,401 FUE with Dr. Rahal on September 9, 2020 My search for a surgeon was narrowed down to Dr. Hasson, Dr. Bisanga & Dr. Rahal. I told myself I would be comfortable going to any of the three as each were very capable doctors for dense hairline work and had over 25+ years of specialization in the industry. Ultimately I made a decision to go with Dr. Rahal as the pandemic offered a unique opportunity for me in terms of timing to get my hair transplant. Being in lockdown meant that I would have the luxury to recover at home for at least the first 4 months, and likely further to 6 or 7 months as well. Dr. Rahal’s clinic offered a date in September that really worked for me, and being the first surgery after a long holiday period that meant 5 days of rest for him and his staff, while also being the only patient they operated on that day were big bonuses for me. Day of Procedure - The surgery went better than I could have hoped for, we started at 6:00 am and finished around 1pm, time seemed to fly by with some conversation with Dr. Rahal and his staff who were all friendly, and I felt little to no pain. Initially I was booked for 2,500 grafts, after drawing up a hairline and doing measurements, they determined they would aim closer to 2,200 grafts. They extracted 2,200 grafts and during the incision process, Dr. Rahal determined I would benefit with 200 more grafts added in for density, they flipped me over and extracted again; to total 2,401 grafts. I was returned the difference as I originally paid for 2,500. Dr. Rahal had two main techs who extracted and implanted the grafts, and I believe I counted 4 other female techs who were under microscopes sorting and analyzing the grafts. The team worked very efficiently and one of the women came over to tell me that “my grafts looked very good”, which was nice for me to hear at that moment and hopefully it wasn’t just something she was saying to make me happy. Dr. Rahal checked into the room once in between extraction and placement, and it seemed he had a lot of trust in his staff. Dr. Rahal’s demeanour is calm and soft spoken, and also gets straight to business. I spent the night at their guesthouse, and my family and I expected to find accommodation at a hotel in Ottawa the following day as I didn’t know what to expect in terms of recovery, however, to my surprise I felt nearly no pain and we left immediately after the post-op the following day (4.5 hour drive back to Toronto from Ottawa). Fun fact, their clinic in Toronto is a total 7 min drive from my home, but the date they had available in Ottawa that week worked much better so we made the trip instead, which we rather enjoyed anyway. Everything considered, I was very happy with my experience on the merits of the work and attention I felt I was getting, minimal pain & swelling, and overall the immediate recipient area looked clean and dense and the donor looked good and healed quickly. My recovery was standard, I took a high level of precaution for the first two weeks, followed their instructions to the T and the post-op rep was always available to answer my questions. Why I chose FUE - For a few reasons. Every doctor I consulted with, including Diep, Zarev, H&W (consultant), Pradeep Sethi, Bisanga and of course Rahal told me I was a great candidate for FUE. I was told my donor had a fairly high capacity that I could tap into in case there was some more recession even on medication. The extracting tech ended up telling me he suspected I could achieve approximately up to another 6k, so in total 8k grafts. The other reason is that ever since I started getting haircuts as a kid on my own, I always kept my sides very short, I’ve always faded my hair and there may not have been a time since I was like 13 that my sides were longer than a 3 or 4 guard. So it was important to me to have this option. Lastly, I felt that FUE may offer a greater exit strategy if down the road things didn’t go according to plan and the Norwood Reaper wins the battle. It might be easier to shave down having done an FUE vs FUT, however, I don’t believe it would be easy with either. Surgery Details: Total grafts: 2,401 Total hairs: 5,458 Average hair per graft: 2.27 Graft break down: Singles - 407 Twos - 1,034 Threes - 857 Fours - 103 Recipient area size: 43cm^2 Recipient graft density: 55.8cm^2 Photo Dump: Clinic Photos: Day 3: Day 10 Day 14 1 Month 2 Months Month 3 This forum helped me get through this process and I'm grateful for it & I wanted to play it forward. I'll try to update month to month, any feedback is appreciated and welcomed. Special thank you to @Melvin-Moderator & @Raphael84 who were very helpful answering the many questions I had.
  14. 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
  15. Having made the trip from London to Delhi, I’m pleased to report that I underwent a 6,009 HT graft procedure with Dr. Arika Bansal and Eugenix across 3 days from 02-04 October 2021. I’m delighted with the decision to choose Eugenix for my HT and for them working with me. I'm staying in India till 14October to maximise the initial 10-day recovery period. I look forward to sharing a personal account of my experience and providing updates along the journey. This thread is dedicated to YOU the reader spanning HRN members, non-members/lurkers, HT hopefuls, and educating anyone + everyone. Special shoutouts (in alphabetical order) to my better half, Anil, Dr. Arika, Rishabh, Suryakant, and the entire Eugenix team for making me feel part of the family. *Please note that I will capture an update log in this first post and link to subsequent posts found throughout the thread to provide a singular view of my journey. 11 Oct. 21: Day 7 post HT pictures of donor area - back of scalp, beard and side burns 11 Oct. 21: Day 3 post HT pictures and after head wash pictures on Day 7 post HT 11 Oct. 21: Video of push, pull, milk (PPM) method to manage swelling Background I’m 32 currently living in London and have spent over 12 years suffering from hair loss with a NW6 classification. In the past 2 years I went from a NW3 to a NW6, experiencing dramatic deterioration and it was time to act. After using Nioxin in my early 20s, I gave up and was resigned to the fact that I was unable to stop my hair loss. All the males from my maternal and paternal side of the family are bald NW 6-7. Time was of the essence, the stars aligned for me, and it was time to get the plan in motion and kick it into overdrive! My objective was to do this once in my lifetime, maximise the number of grafts, and recovery quickly in time for my engagement in early 2022. Research I rekindled the interest in my hair around 2 years ago in late 2019 and began researching HT as an option. In my shortlist were several top-rated doctors with documented photo evidence from patients sharing their journey. Quality, consistency, interviews, and costs made up the scoring criteria for decision making purposes. Eugenix credentials for me ranked at the top of my list in the scoring criteria. The overall quality, consistency, aftercare/service, and assured timely responses. Eugenix Journey (pre-arrival) My point of contact, Rishabh, was helpful and quick to provide documentation for visa application (UK is the old school visa process with India requiring physical documents + meetings and not accepting electronic visas) coordinate Dr. Arika’s time for pre-op meetings and procedure planning pushback HT date by a week to anticipate/accommodate the visa approval dates provide detailed commentary on requests for information and pricing matters schedule and confirm accommodation details respond to questions when they came up and verify blood tests and results Eugenix Journey (HT across 02 – 04 October 2021) Extracted 4K from back scalp, 1.6K from beard, and 0.4K from side burns. Implanted 4K in the front/middle scalp and 2K in the crown. HT Day 1 - 02 October Landed 1205 IST on 02 October. Performed the necessary covid PCR tests, immigration, and arrived at the hotel by 0300 IST. Received a call from Eugenix around 1500 to come in that evening for 1900 for planning, hairline design, and slit creation (initially planned for 03 Oct.) Blood pressure and local anaesthesia allergy checks performed by Dr. Anil and got to meet Rishabh Dr. Arika began with the hairline design and checking the available grafts from scalp and beard. Once this was complete a few before pictures were taken and shaving began. The nurse came and gave local anaesthesia to the front of my head and ready for Dr. Arika to begin with creating the slits. The night ended around 2330 with around 3K slits being made. Suryakant who leads the QA took good care of me checking in on me, asking if I wanted water or juices, ordered a special chicken food request, made me feel at home, and even transported me back to the hotel along with the driver to ensure that I was cared for and comfortable. HT Day 2 - 03 October 03 October the procedure start time was on for 0800. I started the day with an enjoyable breakfast at the hotel and made my way to Eugenix with the driver for 0800. Changed into the overalls and began the local anaesthesia. Extraction began and by around 1430 around 2K were implanted. A nice lunch was provided, and we were soon underway, closing the day with maximising the scalp with 4K grafts (estimates were around 3.3-3.5K available) and implanting 4K and around a total of 5K slits created. Driven back to the hotel and had a heavy meal ready for the final day. HT Day 3 - 04 October 04 October the procedure start time was 1400. I arrived at Eugenix and was greeted by Anil who I met for the first time, and we had a run-down of the gameplan for the day and re-echoed my objective to maximise the number of total grafts where possible. I liked Anil’s detailed explanation and attention to care about the days work. Anil then checked to see if I had eaten lunch and mentioned I had not and was not hungry – Anil insisted I eat to provide fuel for the day ahead. I ate a nice lunch and we began. Local anaesthesia was given to my beard and extraction began and implantation to the area prior to the crown and crown areas. Dr. Arika came in to create further slits amounting to over 6K and the extraction from side burns began and implantation to the crown area and mid scalp. The day closed out with a total of 6,009 grafts implanted at around 2110 hours. Post HT A comprehensive aftercare regime is explained and supplied consisting of surgeon caps, saline bottle spray, tissue pads for neck pillow, gauzes, oral medication kit, donor area kit, and a copy of Autobiography of a Yogi book. A 7-day post HT oral medication kit is supplied consisting of antibiotic (3x daily), probiotic (3x daily), NSAID (3x daily), and PPI antacid (1x daily). There is a WhatsApp group that is created to manage aftercare questions as well as provide tips on what’s expected on each day post HT – this is sent via email and on WhatsApp. I go to Eugenix daily for 7 days after the HT procedure and till the completion of the first head wash. Eugenix arrange for a pickup and drop-off from the hotel for daily dressing of the donor areas to apply betadine (iodine antiseptic wash) and fusidic cream (topical antibiotic). I significantly increased my water intake during the HT and post HT to around 3.5-5 litres of water daily. Day 1 Post HT – 05 Oct Everything seemed to be fine the 2 nights before sleeping in a 45-degree angle. A driver picked me up from the hotel and took me to Eugenix for donor area aftercare. Day 2 Post HT – 06 Oct A bit of swelling was present at the top of the forehead and applying cold ice and massages to the forehead. Got to Eugenix for donor area aftercare. Spoke to Dr. Pradeep Sethi for 40 minutes about the Eugenix operating ethos and general chit chat. It was refreshing and nice of him to spend time with patients chatting in a casual and approachable manner. Recipient sites feel a bit itchy. Day 3 Post HT – 07 Oct Swelling at the top of the forehead was present. I was able to follow the PPM method (push, pull milk as Dr. Pradeep Sethi mentioned) and did about 20-25 reps of this every hour or two coinciding with the saline spray to the recipient areas. The back of my donor area felt very warm and felt a lot of heat emanating from the back of my head. Recipient sites feel a bit itchy. Day 4 Post HT – 08 Oct Swelling gone down considerably. The heat from the back of the donor area has gone down a tad and it feels itchy with a light burning sensation. Day 5 Post HT - 09 Oct Swelling pretty much zero, non - existent or minimal. Back scalp donor feels considerably less warm. More movement in forehead now. Day 6 Post HT - 10 Oct Feeling good and normal. Removed all scabs and gave all my donor areas a great wash before going to Eugenix for daily dressing application to donor areas (betadine and fusidic). Day 7 Post HT - 11 Oct Excited as it'll be the first day for the head wash. Feel fairly normal now. Vitamins + Supplements + Medicines Began Finasteride 10 days prior to the procedure and will continue to take it on a daily basis. No side effects yet Began daily Biotin 10 days prior to HT Daily Vitamin B complex for years prior to HT Daily Opti-Men multivitamins for years prior to HT Daily Vitamin D3 for years prior to HT I will start to take MSM once I get back to the UK. Credit to @Zoomster I will begin Hair Fact recommended by Eugenix after the 7th day
  16. There have been an overwhelming number of repair patients popping up on reddit, instagram, and other social media platforms. It's actually very alarming, while the lucky ones who stumble upon this forum become educated and often times choose quality surgeons, not everyone is so lucky. My question to you guys is how do we do better? How do we reach those young guys who are making the worst mistake of their lives. I would love to hear your guys thoughts. How To Avoid Corrective Surgery Don't Be A Hair Transplant Repair Patient - Dr. Pradeep Sethi
  17. Hi Everyone! I just wanted to share my experience regarding my recent hair transplantation procedure. I am 47 years old and have had a receding forehead for years now, however, I honestly had not seriously thought about getting a hair transplantation done. My hair had been receding gradually and had started to become noticeable in my late thirties, but it didn’t really bother me or my family too much. Over the years, several of my friends, who have had this procedure done, would tell me and encourage me to get this done as well. They would rant about how life changing; confidence building, etc getting your hair back was, but I was just not vain enough or lacked any confidence, etc. to be bothered to go through with this. This was until a very close friend of mine introduced me to Dr Pradeep Sethi and Dr Arika Bansal, Founders and Chief Hair Transplant Surgeons at Eugenix Hair Sciences Centre, in Gurgaon, India. Our first meeting was in February 2020, just about when the Covid 19 pandemic was breaking. As far as first impressions go, I was very impressed with the setup and professionalism of Dr Pradeep Sethi, Dr Arika Bansal and their team. Unlike most people who do a lot of research while considering this procedure, I had very little understanding of the procedure; didn’t know what to expect; how long the recovery would be; how many procedures I would need; would there be any pain and scarring; costs involved, etc. The Doctors and their team very patiently and clearly explained what was possible and not possible in respect to my hair, considering the donor and recipient area. They clearly defined my expectations if I were to have the transplantation. This was very encouraging. They also gave me a tour of the Centre and explained in quite a bit of detail the procedure and recovery post the transplantation. This was all very interesting, and I liked the thought of it and had inclinations. The procedure didn’t seem tedious if you were getting your hair back. But somehow, I wasn’t mentally prepared, and it was not enough to push me over the fence to go in for the procedure at that time. One concern I remember was that it was recommended that I should shave my head, which was a bit hard to digest as I had work and travel commitments. The other concern at the time was that it seemed that this was not a one-time fix and I may have to go through this process again after a few years. Nonetheless, I didn’t go for the procedure then, subsequently the lockdowns happened and other things took priority, so I didn’t follow up and a year went by. In March this year, the same friend who had done his transplantation at Eugenix, again pushed me to reconsider and set up another meeting for me with Dr Sethi and Dr Bansal. By this time, I had lost a lot more hair, to the point that now I was a bit conscious about getting in front of a camera. At our meeting Dr Sethi again took the time to explain to me what I could expect from this procedure. He explained that I needed about 5000-6000 grafts. He felt that I had a good donor area and he could transplant about 4000 grafts over two continuous days and that I could possibly come back after six months to a year for the balance. This time round I was a bit more open to the procedure. Considering the daily increasing number of Covid cases in Delhi, I felt that a lockdown was inevitable, so that even if I had to shave my head this would be the best time to do so. Luckily for me, a number of my friends and acquaintances have had their transplantation done by Dr Sethi and Dr Bansal in Mumbai and in Delhi. I had a word with them, they reassured me and told me not to think too much about this and just get it done as this was a no brainer. I had seen the transformation of their hairlines over the years, the results were good and clear, I knew what to expect and that gave me the confidence to trust Dr Sethi and Dr Bansal and go ahead with Eugenix. Truly, if it had not been for the positive results of my friends, I would not have gone for this procedure. This reaffirmation actually saved me hours of online research, as I didn’t consider or compare any other centres or surgeons. It was an impulsive decision but as I share my experiences today a month later, I am so glad I did go ahead with Dr Sethi, Dr Bansal and their team as I have had no problems. The transplantation was planned for the 15th and 16th of April 2021. I had to get some basic blood tests done prior to the procedure, which was organised by Eugenix itself. On the day when I reported to the Eugenix Centre in Gurgaon, I was taken to a comfortable lounge and was again explained the whole procedure. Dr Bansal then explained to me the kind of hairline they would create and designed the same. Dr Sethi was very encouraging, he said that for him every hair transplantation is like creating a piece of art, where each head is a new canvas which is different from the other and that he strives to create a masterpiece every time. His passion and his knowledge really gave me the confidence to just let him do what he does best. So, I went through the whole procedure over two days. Dr Sethi and his team transplanted 5308 grafts, of which 4728 were from the scalp and 580 were from my beard. During the planning and designing stage, Dr Sethi felt that if I had the patience, they could aim to cover my receding hairline and crown over the two days sessions. This would mean that I didn’t have to come back for another session after a few months. I left it to his best judgement and went ahead. The procedure itself was painless. The procedure to extract and simultaneously implant is genius and apparently gives the best chance for the graft to survive. However, what really pains are the numerous local anesthesia injections in the donor and recipient area. The first day of the procedure wasn’t bad at all, as I was fully in my senses, I saw it as spending a day in a spa. I was free to eat anything, take breaks when I wanted, watch TV, order food from an extensive menu. At the end of the session, I went back home with clear advice on how to sleep at night and protect the donor and recipient areas. The next day was a bit tougher, mainly due to the monotony of the procedure, but I am glad that Dr Sethi and his team were in no hurry. At one point I felt that I had had enough and would have quit if it wasn’t for Dr Sethi and his team who encouraged me to complete the procedure as planned. Now I am so glad I did. As is the case with everyone who goes through this procedure, the first week requires most care. Due to the partial lockdown in Delhi, I managed most of the post procedure care at home on my own under clear instructions from Dr Sethi and team. Post procedure care was really not a problem, except for the sleeping part, as I usually sleep on my side and stomach which is not recommended. The scabs started falling after the first shampoo a week after the procedure. It took a few days for all the scabs to fall and the soreness and numbness subsides gradually. The beard area from where 580 grafts were taken out healed much faster. It's been a month now and my hairline seems very well defined. I have been advised that some of the newly planted grafts will fall after a few weeks, but will start growing again. Full results of the transplantation would only be apparent after 6 months. I really look forward to that. Overall, my experience with Dr Sethi, Dr Bansal and the entire Eugenix team has been great. I would really like to thank them. They seem to have delivered much above my expectations. I am glad that I went with Eugenix, while the procedure is time consuming, it is surely worth it. After 1 Month
  18. When it comes to Eugenix I think the top Drs are pretty much on par with each other. Plenty of results here for both Dr Bansal and Dr Sethi.
  19. @Berba11 yes indeed! @JC71 @digi23 a total of 3231 grafts from my scalp donor & 3769 grafts from my beard donor were extracted and then placed on the frontal area. Dr Sethi opined that the hair on the front that were transplanted earlier were actually misaligned, put in wrong directions and angles, some were implanted at an angle of more than 90 degrees to the skin surface. So, he extracted those wrongly implanted grafts and placed them over the mid scalp. The temple area was also addressed. Overall, it was very exciting. My FUT scars - the doctor initially thought of putting hair over there, but we ran short of grafts. I have decided that I will go to Milan to do an SMP over there after 4 weeks from now.
  20. Since we have been recommended on this forum, we are noticing that a lot of patients are either asking about our pricing structure, our cost and some even feel we are slightly expensive than other clinics in India. We also got to know from our ex-patients that they are receiving messages in their inboxes where prospective hair transplant patients are showing some concern about our cost. We thought to clarify the doubts once and for all by posting this post. We believe in providing quality services and great results to all our patients and we don’t believe lowering the price will be the option we will consider. Having said that we do provide a customised quotation for 3000+ grafts and for patients who are on a tight budget we have Eugenix trained doctors who practice under Dr Pradeep Sethi and Dr Arika Bansal’s supervision. At Eugenix, we take heed to provide our clients with assistance, which goes beyond hair transplant surgeries. Our services also include providing individuals with comfort and a home-like environment at our lodging facility along with smooth commute options for patients visiting us from overseas/ outstations. Equipped with 4-star services, comfortable living facilities ensure your complete comfort under the direct supervision of the operating surgeon. We provide commute options to pick patients up directly from the airport. From the moment you land to the time you take off, your care is in our hands, with our end to end service. Lodging facility is available on the second floor, on the same premises where the doctors are staying and the clinic is situated. You will be wondering that airport transfer, staying and food for two nights are complimentary.
  21. Dr. Sethi's da bomb - he really is a great guy. I love interacting with him. He's like a kid! When we went out for dinner a couple of nights ago, it was like keeping up with a hurricane.
  22. Haha! Dr Sethi messaged me and told me how touched and emotional he was by your kind words, then he forwarded your video to me. Not sure if it's posted on their YouTube channel or anywhere else, but for sure it was kind words, straight from the heart. Everything looked great at all angles. I will also quote @Zoomster I'm over the moon happy for you @kirkland!
  23. Day 2 is over. Just over 3500 grafts in total. Looks tight and clean. They did an amazing job. Really spent a lot of time refining the hairline. Intense 2 days though. Glad to have it over and get onto the growing stage (or at least the ugly duckling stage). The team there is fantastic. If anybody has seen the recent promotional material of Eugenix with Dr. Sethi and Mohammad Azharuddin, the former cricket captain of the Indian national team, well he was at the clinic today. Nice guy, wry sense of humour. Dr. Sethi looked starstruck - he was so pleased. But I think it speaks to how well established and renowned Eugenix has become in its own country. Of course, it is gaining traction as one of the top clinics in the worlds now but it really does attract star Indian talent which is good to see.
  24. They are all top doctors, as is Dr. Sethi and Dr. Bansal. In my particular case, I need someone able to manage a depleted donor and someone who can perform BHT, which is why I chose Eugenix. That said, I’d put them right up there with the best.
  25. Just thought I’d attach a pic to show you all how refined the DHT work is with Dr Sethi and his outstanding team at Eugenix I had a very important 4 day exhibition to attend exactly 3 weeks after I swung my legs off the chair @ Eugenix 5400 scalp and 1400 beard to scalp were planted and as you can see the recipient area healed magnificently Not one work colleague mentioned a thing nor did any of my clients of which many came and visited at the show ( which was under bright lights ) pic is unfiltered no flash iPhone 8 And was taken at the show 3 weeks post 7000 grafts in truth i was able to walk out about in public a matter of a few days post procedure without drawing any undue attention to myself such was the quality of the work done . I will be updating soon with more pics around the 3 month mark all the best Z
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