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  1. Welcome DMITRI77! If you have not yet done so, I suggest viewing our interactive map where you can find all of the hair transplant surgeons we recommend in India and around the world. You may also wish to review our recommendation criteria. Currently we recommend the following hair transplant surgeons in India. Dr. Tejinder Bhatti Dr. Kapil Dua Dr. Pathuri Madhu Dr. Radha Palakurthi Dr. YV Rao Dr. Suneet Soni
  2. Guys, I don't know what's up with this thread but, for some reason, the original post and a number of the responses have been filtered to our moderation queue for approval. I don't see any known trigger words in the posts so not sure why this has happened. Dr. Dua responded promptly to the patient's concerns but his was one that went to moderation. I hope this will open the door for Satinder to resolve his concerns.
  3. Yes, more pictures would be nice. And would you please let us know how many grafts were used each time? and what the graft growth percentage per your assessment was?(if there were any growth). It is important to take your time to do research since it is your own body and the decision can have lifetime consequences. Multiple forums,all internet sources, talk to the patient's doctor in person or communicate via the e-mail to see what real world results are. Not accusing any HT surgeon.....Dr. Dua's has some nice cases presented here. referring to every practice presented in open forums......obviously eye pleasing results are presented by doctors and their reps on this forum, whilst sub-par results are NOT. no one wants to wash their dirty laundry in public view in this competitive business. This is where intense research into each and every doctor comes into play.
  4. I'm sorry to hear that your hair transplants were unsuccessful. How far out are you from your second one? All surgeons will have some subpar results in their portofolio. Even under the best of conditions and when performed by a skilled surgeon, hair transplants sometimes fail and it's not clear why. As you may be aware, Dr. Dua is recommended by our community because of his consistently excellent results and quality patient care. Thus, I have reached out to him and encouraged him to provide his input on your thread. Whatever you choose to do I hope you ultimately receive the results you want and deserve.
  5. There are lots of surgeons recommended on this website. Dr. Kapil Dua, (Delhi) Dr. Tejinder Bhatti (Chandighar), Dr. Radha Palakurti (Vizag) and Dr. Madhu (Hyd). All above are good. Also if you do some research there are plenty other HT clinics in ND and NCR region who are also good but not yer endorsed here. May be others from ND region can chime in?.
  6. The below is not entirely correct, Dr. Kapil Dua is recommended on this forum he is from Delhi. However Dr. Bhatti is a very good surgeon with some excellent cases posted on this forum. It is important to pay attention to cosmetic results of your surgery given that ur getting ur frontal hairline restored. So even though NOT recommended on this forum I would suggest you check out Dr. Pradeep Sethi and Dr. Arika Bansal and their results on their websites at eugenix. I think given the type of results they are producing they would soon be recommended on this website if they so desire. Their results look very natural so does Dr. Bhatti's as well.
  7. Check out results by Dr. Arika Bansal of Eugenix in the results posted by SHASLEc0. Looks natural and seems like there are advantages for DHT technique. (not recommended by HTN yet!) There are other doctors like Dr. Dua, Dr. p o s w a l, Dr. Tejinde Bhatti, Dr. Madhu (Hyderabad), Dr. Radha (Hyderabad) many of whom are recommended on this forum. Only Dr. Bansal, Dua and Dr. Bhatti do BHT as far as my knowledge pf these docs go.
  8. TheRealKH, In my opinion, Dr. Madhu is performing excellent hair transplant surgery in India. He is a bit of a hidden gem because he doesn't usually present many examples of his work on this forum which unfortunately does hurt him a bit. However, I feel very confident in his work ethic, his procedure and his results and feel highly confident recommending him to you and anyone considering him. I know that darling locks likes to promote Dr. Bhatti almost any chance he gets and he is also a great doctor as are the other surgeons this community recommends such as Dr. Radha, Dr. Rao and Dr. Dua However, this topic is not about these physicians. That said, there is nothing wrong with researching all physicians you are considering and considering multiple doctors. But since you asked about Dr. Madhu, I wanted to give you my opinion of him because I feel that he is a hidden gem that deserves more attention and recognition even though he's not as highly visible as some of the other doctors recommended by this community. I hope this helps. Bill
  9. Actually, you make some very valid observations, I agree with you. But looks like SHASLEc0 has had very good results from his doctor!. I have seen some of Dr. Dua's work and am very impressed as well.
  10. I'm a 30 year old Nepalese man wishing to undergo hair transplant. Ever since I started taking minodixil (10%) and finasteride along with Ketobath shampoo, I've seen some "progress" in hairgrowth but during my follow up visits, I've been told that its most likely not going to be a long term solution. I went to a local hair transplant surgeon who also seems to be a plastic surgeon doing botox and what not. The quoted price is way cheap. 800 bucks for 3000 grafts (he thinks I'll need about 4200-4500 grafts). I've sent my pics to various docs - most of them seem to insist on similar number of grafts while Dr. Dua's rep got back to me saying I'll probably need around 6k grafts and I was suggested to go for a FUT - FUE combo (FUT first and FUE in 12 months time). I was leaning towards getting it done with Dr. Bhatti but he got back to me saying I seem to have diffused pattern and that doesn't make me a suitable candidate. I'd also thought about going with Dr. Radha but then, I decided against it because I really don't wish to walk around with a visible scar down the road, should I decide on going for a buzz cut look. I'm really torn as to what I should do next. This whole ordeal has left me depressing. If I were living back in the US, I'd have 'rocked' buzzcut look but since I moved back, going bald isn't an option (culture/family pressure et al). Like I aforementioned, I definitely wish to undergo hair transplant. I can't seem to figure out if I really have a diffused pattern like I was told by Dr. Bhatti. I also can't seem to understand my norwood level. Also, more importantly, would getting a transplant help me get thicker hair or will I have bald spots? I'm leaning towards Dr. Dua vs Endogan. or simply go with Dr. Radha. Here's a pic taken today. Imgur These were taken about a month ago. 1. http://i.imgur.com/5NvKgPG.jpg 2. http://i.imgur.com/HXElsU5.jpg 3. http://i.imgur.com/9cPUXNL.jpg 4.http://i.imgur.com/uCsPKmn.jpg 5. http://i.imgur.com/QxmbQdV.jpg 6. http://i.imgur.com/qMWUZKT.jpg 7. http://i.imgur.com/4WXpLbp.jpg 8. http://i.imgur.com/jr5KFwH.jpg And lastly, a "silly" question, perhaps. Say I went with a local Nepali doc instead, what would be the consequences if his work were poor. I mean, all things considered (location - Kathmandu vs India/Turkey, Cost - 800 bucks vs 3-8k), he doesn't seem to be a bad option.
  11. Dr. Dua, Thank you for sharing this case. Great results and documentation!
  12. I have been researching HT surgeons both in USA, Europe and India thus far. With regards to quality and price combination you cannot go wrong in choosing any recommended surgeons on this forum from India. I have also seen some very fine surgeons from New Delhi/Hyderabad and Bangalore area with excellent skills and those surgeons are not yet recommended on this forum. I would personally go for FUE specially if you have limited donor hair and to avoid donor scarring. Again this is only my personal opinion I have found these Indian docs to be the best as per my research and having interacted and spoken to some of their patients - Dr. Kapil Dua - New Delhi, Dr. Bhatti - Chandighar, Dr. Madhukumar - Bangalore, Dr. Venkat Mysore - Bangalore, Dr. Arika Bansal - New Delhi. Again this is what my own little research into the surgeons, techniques and results (including talking to some of the surgeon's patients) tells me, please do note that Dr. Madhukumar, Dr. Venkat Mysore and Dr. Arika Bansal are not YET recommended on this forum. But their results are as good as those who are recommended in here. All the above ones also do body hair transplant as well. (body to scalp) At the end, all the best with whomever you choose, I hope you get great results, please do share your experiences here. Thank you.
  13. Sutureles, I think you have misunderstood. My HT is done by Dr Arika Bansal (eugenix) and not by Dr. Garg Dr Arika does BHT. I had consulted Dr. Kapil Dua's clinic as well. They have big fancy clinic in Delhi's prime area, as a result they are costly. They can also provide cheaper options, but the HT would be done by some other doctor in his clinic. The problem with such big brands is that you cannot be sure who will do the HT. May be the main doctor is there for only couple of minutes and all the work is done by other doctors. And you don't know how much experienced they are. I would always prefer my HT to be done by the doctor whom I consult because I have the trust on the doctor and not the brand.
  14. @SHASLEc0 : Excellent information, thank you. @ harin - good questions to ask. I am impressed by the detaile Dr. Garg has shown in recreating your hairline, seems like from the post-op pics she really paid attention in creating a natural looking hairline. I have similar question as harin. I have done some research into New Delhi and Bangalore docs. Dr. Kapil Dua, MD, Dr. A, (******) what has been your research into their clinics and results?. Does Dr. Garg also do BHT? Regarding obtaining consults from Dr. Garg, did you go thru her website or in person?.
  15. Some FUE clinics in India are, Dr. Kapil DUa, Dr. ****** ****** Dr. Venkat Mysore (Bangalore) and Dr. Madhukumar (Bangalore). I think only Dr. Dua is recommended on this forum, rest of them are not yet on the recommended list. I have done some research myself about these over past few weeks. I am quite impresed by Dr. Venkat Mysore's results, but he is mainly FUT but does small session FUE. Dr. Dua's clinic does FUE, but so far even though he has had some excellent results I have not been impressed with hairline creation, seems not so natural. But as you may find from some of the posts on the forum he has really done some good challenging cases like scar repair and Norwood 6 FUE grafting etc...
  16. Appreciate it, fellows. I'm a Nepali-American that's moved back to Nepal. And since bald/buzzed looks aren't really appreciated over here, I'm thinking real hard about getting a transplant. I used to have great hair 3-4 years ago, not just in terms of volume. Then I started losing it and my crown is making me feel super insecure. I'd visited Dr. Ak Babbar in Oakland 3 summers ago and he asked me to wait. He'd also told me that my decision to discontinue Rogaine due to added hairloss was a poor was because that probably meant it was working. I went to see a local doctor a couple months ago and he prescribed finasteride and Minox - 10% (I don't know if its stronger/better than Rogaine 5% that I brought from the US). Back to Dr. Bhatti's comment. I get it that he was being honest and I prefer honesty over delusional comments but at the same time, I was really disheartened by his email that said wearing a hairpiece or getting Scalp Micro Pigmentation was my only hope. I have emailed Dr. Radha in India but I'm kinda skeptical because she only does FUT. I also emailed Dr. Dua but I honestly don't have 10-12k to spend on hair transplant at the moment. I'm not sure if I'm going to be patient enough to wait for another 6-12 months to see if Minox and finasteride will do the trick. I tried Rogaine on and off for 3 years and it didn't really yield any result. It's a shame that I never knew of finasteride until 6-7 weeks ago. Just the thoughts of attending my best friend's wedding in May with a buzzed hair makes me feel awkward.
  17. Also, ironically, Dr. Dua and Dr. Doganey (Turkey) have both responded saying I'll need about 4500-5500 grafts.
  18. I definitely don't wish to lowball but I can't really afford to spend 10-15k on hair transplant either. But thank you for your advice. I've also contacted Dr. Hakan (he was pretty expensive, 13-14k) and Dr. Dua. But Dr. Dua recommended FUT. I don't wish to do that.
  19. The best FUT doctor in India is Dr.Radha , search her Patients here ... everyone speak very Highly of her work . she is very Humble and very hard working , so be assured you will have a smashing Result ! I have no idea about Kapil dua
  20. Both FUE & FUT have got their advantages and disadvantages but if you have made up your mind with FUE, then there is hardly anyone of the same skill as Dr. Kapil in India. You should contact him for the same.
  21. So, I wanted to give my "two cents" - for whatever that's worth - on a few things here: First, strip surgery isn't going anywhere. "What? You're crazy! How could you even say that? You're just a US doc so you must love strip!" Right? Well, I would have said the same thing two years ago. As many of you know though, I've had the opportunity to really get some "hands on" hair transplant surgery training in the past few years, and my views on the FUE vs FUSS debate have really changed. So, why don't I think strip is going anywhere? Simple: it's just too damn effective. The ability to sit a patient down, extract 5,000 - 9,000 (think clinics like Hasson & Wong) grafts, microscopically dissect them into perfect follicular unit grafts, and re-implant them with 95%++ growth is probably the "best" we will ever get with standard hair transplant surgery. The ability to move this much hair with such high yield won't be bested until things like donor doubling are available on a consistent basis. "Yeah, but what about that ugly scar?" The linear scar is a reality. You can close it "trichophytically," you can use deep sutures, superficial sutures, et cetera, but you will always get a linear scar. What's more, the role of patient physiology cannot be denied. We've all seen cases where the best hair transplant surgeons in the world close a strip wound with techniques they've perfected - or invented - and the patient still experiences a "less than ideal" final scar. If you are a 26 year old, NW 2.5 looking to lower your frontotemporal angles to pull off the high and tight undercut with a 2 guard on the sides, then this is a "deal breaker" and you're probably not going to be happy with even the best strip scar. I don't think people should ignore this reality. Patients and surgeons need to look at the whole patient and design a restoration plan that suits the patient's needs and anticipates the future. Younger guys with less recessed patterns - and/or concerning family history - who may shave their head down the road when it's "en vogue" are most likely better suited for FUE. Period. However, I don't think the majority of hair transplant patients fall under this umbrella. I think most hair restoration patients want to move as much "bulk" to the frontal and midscalp as humanly possible. I think telling these patients, "now keep in mind, you won't be able to shave your head in the future without seeing the strip scar" would be met with a lot of confused looks. Why? Because a shaved head or the idea of shaving down their temporoparietal scalp - which is one of the only areas they've had hair for the past few decades - is the last thing on their mind. Now, I know what you're thinking: "I hear about "mega session" FUE procedures all the time. Why even expose these dudes to the potential of a bad strip scar or limit their styling options in the future? Just do big FUE sessions on them!" In theory, I get this. The problem is - braces self - FUE yield is simply poorer and less consistent when compared to strip. I know, I know. It's 2015, not 2004, and the FUE fear mongering is "eye roll" inducing. But hear me out. Studies comparing FUE to strip yield are SEVERELY lacking. Frankly, I find it kind of surprising. Most people see more FUE procedures being performed and, I think, just assume that we've come to a point where the yield between strip and FUE is comparable. But let's look at the evidence we have available: The best two studies I've seen on the subject come from Dr. Dua (2010) and Dr Beehner (2013). Both found significantly lower yields objectively comparing both methods. Both comment on not only increased transection and manual force as reasons for lower FUE yields, but also skeletonization and graft time out of body - both unavoidable phenomena with large sessions and small punches. Dr. Harris also notes that his standard two step procedure resulted in a yield of 74%. It wasn't until he moved to a MANUAL 3 step procedure - scoring the skin superficially with a sharp punch, gently dissecting the tissue deeply with a blunt punch, and then delivering the graft with forceps - that he reached yields of > 92%. However, I don't think I know of a single clinic using this method. Now, you're probably thinking: "throw around these numbers and excuses all you want, but how do you explain these cases coming out of places like Turkey? These doctors do big FUE sessions and the results look great." Let me answer that question with a question: how many of these FUE mega-sessions coming from some of these clinics are less than 3,000 grafts? How many have we seen where 4,000, 4,500, and even 5,000+ grafts are used? Now, let me ask you another question: Say I take a NW 3-4 patient and implant 5,000 grafts via FUE. If 4,000 of these grafts grow, what is the result going to look like? It's going to look awesome, right? How about if 3,500 of them grow? Still going to look pretty damn impressive, right? I think so. But what is the growth yield here? 80%? 70% If you take a NW 3 patient and perform a 2,000 graft procedure via strip and 1,400 of them grow, you're probably going to notice and the result will suffer. But I think it's much more difficult to tell with the above FUE scenario. So, who cares? Right? As long as the results look good, what's the problem with this approach? Well, for me, it's twofold. First, we all know androgenic alopecia is a progressive condition. Wasting these 1,000 - 1,500 grafts may not seem like a big deal when a patient is young and the result looks good. But what happens when he continues progressing and needs these grafts? Second, believe it or not, repeated penetration of the scalp causes diffuse fibrotic scarring. While I don't believe this causes surrounding donor follicles to die, like some suggest, I do think it causes "diminishing returns" when it comes to future procedures. What do I mean by this? I think it's going to be harder and harder to successfully extract grafts in future FUE procedures and I think the growth yield of these grafts will be poorer. This brings me to my next soapbox point: I think some are accusing "North American strip surgeons" of holding onto these arguments because strip is easier, strip is quicker, strip is their "bread and butter," and they can't use technicians to do these "5,000 grafts extracted in 3 hours" cases we hear about. Call me biased, but I don't think this is giving these doctors enough credit. Some accuse them of favoring strip and being wary of FUE out of greed. But what about recommending what they believe is best for the patient? Frankly, these surgeons have thoroughly investigated both methods. Many of these guys are the ones that write the papers and go to the conferences yearly to stay at the top of the field. These are also the guys who ditched loupes for microscopes, mini-grafts for follicular units, and hired teams of techs in order to offer patients the most natural and dramatic results. Frankly, they aren't the stuffy, old, change-resistant curmudgeons we sometimes make them out to be. I also don't understand why we're seeing some vilify these doctors for pushing strip while comparing those who own tech clinics or "supervise" tech clinics to modern-day Robin Hoods? Let's compare these models: North American strip clinic: 1 highly trained physician; 1 procedure a day; complete physician involvement; and a total daily gross (that is used to pay a larger staff and higher general overhead) of somewhere between $12-14,000. $12,000?? Those bastards! How do they sleep at night knowing there are clinics in Turkey charging 2 bucks a graft? So, lets look at the tech-run clinic: Little to no physician oversight or involvement; MULTIPLE (3-4) patients per day (this comes from reading experiences on the forums), HUGE graft numbers per procedure, and significantly less overhead going to malpractice, supplies, etc, etc. 3 patients a day at 4,000 grafts per patient with a cost of $2 per graft: $24,000. Even if we do 2 patients a day and lower the graft price, I don't think the whole "these doctors are the ones who care and want to help hair loss sufferers, and don't want to scar patients with antiquated procedures" argument falls apart. This brings me to another important misconception frequently brought up on the forums: "North American doctors push strip and vilify FUE because technicians aren't allowed to extract grafts in the United States, and it's too taxing for the docs to do it all themselves." Now, the key in that sentence above is: United STATES. The US federal government rarely makes sweeping laws regarding healthcare practitioner regulation. The vast majority of these occur at the state level. Ask any doctor about the process of buying malpractice insurance, applying for a license, joining a board, etc. This occurs at the state level. The same applies to regulation of what allied healthcare processionals - nurses, assistants, technicians - can and cannot do. Many states in the US say only physicians are allowed to cut or puncture the skin with anything larger than a needle. However, many states do not. That's right, you heard it correctly. In some US states, technicians can remove grafts. What's more, there are clinics in the US that have technicians extract all their FUE grafts. So ask yourself this: if there are a NUMBER of states in the US where doctors could open and minimally supervise a very profitable tech-run clinic, why wouldn't they do it? There are clearly patients who would undergo this service because of the cost, and the vast majority would prefer to stay in the states. In my opinion, it hearkens back to what I said above: these doctors don't believe in this model. They understand that FUE is a very technically difficult procedure with generally lower yields. They don't believe it is ethical to hire a team of non-medical personnel to extract HUGE amounts of grafts on multiple patients over short time periods. This wastes precious grafts and isn't fair to the patients. I don't want to speak for all US physicians, but I personally feel this way. And I think others would agree. I wanted to make a few other comments and address several other points: First, 66, I want to address the following comment: (paraphrasing) "strip is on it's way out. I mean, you don't see any FUT clinics in Turkey." I think the reason why you don't see strip clinics in Turkey is because it takes much more time and resources to properly run a practice that can offer patients strip when appropriate. Most technicians probably wouldn't feel comfortable removing a strip, and it seems like the industry in Turkey is moving toward technician-driven procedures. Frankly, I think this says a lot about this model. While I don't think a clinic needs to push strip on all patients, I do think the clinic should at least be capable of offering both procedures. This isn't possible without a doctor. Next, I frequently hear, in this thread and others, people commenting about "patients from the US flocking to places like Turkey for surgery." Now, I see a lot of patients from surrounding European countries going to Turkey for surgery, but not as many US patients. Can anyone give me links to these patients? Thanks for reading my long, long rant. Altogether, I think both strip and FUE have their place in modern hair transplant surgery. Some patients are better suited for strip; others are better suited for FUE. The "end goal" of surgical hair restoration will be a procedure with strip-level yield and FUE level scarring. Stay tuned for updates on that one ; )
  22. RE: Recommendation standards and Dr. Dua Again, I'm sorry to hear some member take issue with our recommendation standards or some of our recently inducted physicians. It's honestly pretty difficult to walk that thin line between screening and recommending doctors we think are performing quality surgery, allowing member's to pick and endorse the doctors they think deserve recognition, and keeping the community up and running (IE "keeping the lights on"). What's more, there is a lot that goes into the recommendation process before it reaches the community. We get and send requests all the time. When we do make a connection, Bill spends a TON of time emailing back-and-forth and obtaining general information about the practice. He then asks for some results to review and sends the practice an extensive questionnaire. After he's comfortable with their practices and results, he discusses it with me and Dave (and Pat if he hasn't already). If this goes well, we start formalizing the process by contacting our other physicians and then sharing everything with the community. We've had the process halt at each step in the process. What's more, we do weigh and consider each step. However, if you think about it, the community's opinion is one step in a very long process. Bill looks at it this way: if you have 5 different "checks and balances" involved in the recommendation process and 4 out of 5 go well, we should likely give the physician a chance. We've revoked recommendation after a clinic "blew their chance" in the past, and we wouldn't hesitate to do it again in the future. In the case of the most recent recommendation, he felt like everything was a "go," and the community feed back was mixed. Based on this, he felt comfortable giving the doctor a chance. He's developed an extremely keen sense for this process, and I tend to trust his judgment. However, I realize this sometimes raises eyebrows or questions about the legitimacy of the recommendation process. All I can say is that the member's opinion counts. Sometimes one aspect of the recommendation process, including the community's opinion, is overshadowed by the majority opinion of the other pieces. This is never ideal, but it happens. But if members feel like their voice isn't being heard, maybe we should make changes. I'm honestly open to suggestions. Please, message me with them! What's more, email me names of physicians you guys think should be re-reviewed. Bill, Dave, and I have done this in the past. Remember though, this can go either way. We've reviewed doctor's before and thought they still met our recommendation standards. I hope this clears a few things up! I think you guys know we work hard to run a legit community here, and we are always open to suggestions for improvement.
  23. Hi All, Well i have already done hair transplant sessions and results are not really up to mark. I want to share my hair transplant story with all the members for better further solution as follows: 1st hair transplant 1500 grafts at AK Clinics Ludhiana on June 2010 : I have noticed my hair loss in the age of 22, and as usual everybody try several hair loss oils, medicines etc etc which i also did. When i found no improvement after taking pills, oils and minoxidil etc then i came to know about HT procedure. I started searching on internet for clinics and nearest i found AK clinics, Ludhiana India. I took their address from website and went to their clinic for consultation. I met Dr. Kapil Dua and Dr. Aman Dua at AK clinics and they explained me the whole hair transplant procedure and pricing for the treatment. After having long discussion with Dr. Kapil and Dr. Aman Dua and searching some internet information i finally decided to go for the treatment. Doctors told me that i need 1500 grafts to cover my receding front hair line. Now, finally the day came i reached at clinic in the morning, after having some tests and breakfast the procedure started at 9 - 9.30am. It took full day to implant 1500 grafts considering lunch break i got free by 5 0'clock in the evening. Procedure was OK, not very painful as i was afraid. Post surgery care and kit had been given by clinic staff and i followed the same. Well now, after waiting 3-4 months i noticed no hair growth on the head , i visited clinic and they told it it will take 10-12 months to see the full growth. I was consciously waiting for time to see growth on the head. Now, even after 1 year i have seen 10 - 20% hair growth on the head and when i visited the clinic they told hair growth percentage varies from patient to patient. I came to know that i was cheated and lost my money as well my time for this treatment.. 2nd Hair Transplant 4000 grafts at Reviva Clinic, Chandigarh(India) on June 2011 : As one sitting already done and after seeing no result and awkward scalp situation i need to go for another HT to correct the earlier bad HT. I again found some clinics on the internet and went to consult at Reviva clinic, Chandigarh. Here i met Dr. Pradeep Sohi and he told me that there are so many patients came to him from AK clinics to repair HT done by them. He has shown me some pictures as well for the repaired cases. I got confidence on him and after having long discussion we finalized the date for HT. As i have already done one siting earlier so i was totally aware of the complete procedure already. Procedure started at 9 - 9.30 am and finished by 6 0'clock in the evening considering lunch break for half an hour. They have planted 4000 grafts to repair the earlier bad HT and to cover front hair line of the head. Well, after passing time i found better results from the earlier done HT but not up to mark here also ( results were 40-50% only). I visited the clinic after 9 -10 months to consult the doctor for less growth the doctor told me that i need one more sitting for improve the density of the hairs . 3rd HT 3000 grafts at Reviva Clinic, Chandigarh(India on Feb 2012 : Nothing new ,,, same clinic same procedure same time. They took one day and said we have covered all your head with 3000 grafts and told we have improved the density of earlier HT and covered center area of the head also. Now you do not need any further HT. I am so excited to see the results. Now results again ( only up to 30 - 40%). No density improved and so thin hairs on the center of my head and further i have noticed my crown also getting bald now which earlier was OK. After doing 3 HT sitting i have not seen any much improvement in the hairs. I visited Dr. Pradeep Sohi and he told due to some shock hair loss my other hairs getting thin and crown area is getting bald. I need 2000 more grafts to cover my crown and center are density. They said they will charge the same price as a discount to me as i have already done 2 HT sitting earlier. Well no choice i said yes. 4th HT (2000 grafts at Reviva Clinic, Chandigarh(India) Mar 2013 ---------- Same, 2000 grafts transplanted out which 500 grafts were taken from beard area (this is a new part for me and it is a painful part believe me). They took full one day again and After procedure i was not even in position to talk properly for some hours due to beard procedure involved. Dr. Pradeep Sohi now told, your hairs are completely covered now, no place left bald and now finally i do not need any further sitting. Well after waiting for another 1 year i am at the same stage . Not much results came out. So, guys now i have shared my whole HT sittings with you but till date my hairs condition is worst. I am attached some pics of my current hairs you can as follows: - Hairs direction is totally wrong - So much thinning of hairs even after transplanting 10,500 grafts........... - Donor area completely used, left with no hairs ( even it looks bald now :-( I have heard about this website from a friend of mine who told me to put my whole story here for better consultation. Please guide me what further procedures should to normalize my hairs condition. I still need to put a cap for going outside to attend some parties or roaming with friends to hide my head. Please guide Thanks and Regards
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