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  1. Planning to do my 3rd HT with Dr. Koray Erdogan mid December (dates booked) . My 1st HT 2750 grafts (FUT) was with Dr Madhu in 2013, 2nd HT 1500 grafts (FUE) was with Dr Bhatti in 2015. Both were unshaven and hence the relatively low graft count. As you can see from the attached pics, my hair loss has deteriorated a lot over the past few years. I hide it well using concealers like Toppik, but am hoping for a permanent solution. Dr Bhatti mentioned he could extract only 1500-2000 grafts for the next HT, so started reviewing doctors who could potentially provide a higher graft count. As I was exploring different options last year and this year, 2 doctors were at the top of my list. First was Dr Hasson /Wong for FUT, and second was Dr Erdogan for FUE. I had an in person consultation with H&W representative in Americas, and he said the doctor could extract upto 5000-5500 grafts over 2 sessions (equal split) 6-12 months apart. The first H&W FUT surgery will yield only 2200-2500 grafts due to the scar tissue from the first FUT from Dr Madhu. The second HT would mostly be a FUE. While I was happy with the graft count, splitting the surgery into 2 wasn't ideal. The second option was Dr Erdogan, who is well known for his extremely high graft count. I was pleasantly surprised (shocked?) by his high graft quote of 5000 grafts. I was also extremely impressed with his results. I know there are few threads that cast doubts over his results, but the overwhelming body of work that is extremely impressive is difficult to ignore. Looking forward to my HT in 2 weeks. Will update the forum with my experiences and results. If anyone has any feedback, comments, tips or questions, please do let me know. Fingers crossed !!!
  2. So finally wrapped up my marathon 2 day 5025 graft HT surgery at ASMED. I will attempt to deep dive on few topics that are perhaps not covered by other posts, and/or were particularly important to me. Enough has been already said about Pick-ups and transfers, so I will ignore that part. Day 0 (consultation) began with few tests (blood work), taking photographs (both wet and dry hair) and finally after an hour (or two), it was time to meet the man himself, Dr. Koray Erdogan. He has an excellent sense of humor and was able to put me at ease with his smile and demeanor. He examined my wet hair photographs and told my 2 prior surgeries in India (one with Dr. Madhu and other with Dr. Bhatti) were pretty much wasted. I sheepishly admitted he was right, especially when looking at the wet hair photos. He said my hair quality now resembled 1500 grafts, in spite of taking in 4000+ grafts over 2 surgeries with eminent "hair restoration network" recommended surgeons in India. This was like a punch to the gut and I immediately started regretting my 2 earlier decisions. Since my donor area was depleted, he said he might be only able to extract 4500 grafts as opposed to the originally quoted 5000 grafts. This was the second bad news I had received in less than 2 mins (not the best way to start my 3rd HT journey). Dr Koray said I need about 9600 grafts to ideally cover my bald spot, which obviously would not be possible. We discussed my expectations, and I said I want sufficient coverage in the front and top section, and would be ok if the back of my head / crown was left untouched. He agreed and said that would be his recommendation as well. We also had a discussion on finasteride and he strongly suggested that I continue finax for another 1 year to get good results. I am somewhat sensitive to finax, so I argued that I would perhaps want to continue for few more months (already 3 months in), but definitely not a year. Dr Koray said most of the side effects are psychological, which I definitely didn’t agree to. I also had a separate conversation with 5 other patients on this topic at the dinner table, and surprisingly 4 of them had the same side effects as me. It was good to know that I was not alone in this misery. 3 out of the 4 patients said they will continue with finasteride for a year given the sizeable investment they are making in the HT, but one patient said a "working manhood" is more important to him than his hair. While I am not as sensitive to the side effects as this gentleman, I would also like to stop the medication as soon as possible. I am also planning to start a family soon and doctor suggested I get a sperm count test done and check if there are any negative effects (as I am already on the pill for 3 months now). If not, he suggested I continue with finasteride for a year, but if there are sperm count issues, we can have a follow up discussion to address this problem. My head was then shaved and the doctor examined it again. This was the first time in my adult life that I was completely bald, and this look definitely didn’t not suit my facial structure (not sure if this more physiological than visual aesthetics). I am clearly no Jason Statham who can pull off a bald look. Dr. Koray said my density was more than he expected so he would try and push for 5000 grafts - finally some good news. Dr. Koray then drew a hairline and it honestly exceeded my expectations. I said yes to it on the first go, and he finalized it using a permanent marker. I then went down the finance department to make the payments. I also opted for tricopigmentation treatment to hide my FUT scar, which was another 500 euro. I had a feeling of trepidation when I handed more than my month’s salary in cash for this surgery, but at the end of journey, given the army of people Dr. Koray employs to keep this facility running, and absolutely top notch equipment available at his facility, you realize that no expense has been spared and it definitely a worthwhile investment. I was also hesitant to bring $15k cash to turkey, but it seems to be fairly normal. In fact, when I tried to declare this amount at customs, I was told it was not needed. Day 1 of surgery started with breakfast at 6 30 am. My coordinator Artun met me at 7 am and took me to the shaving room to have my head shaved again. I was then taken to the OT room and strapped in for the surgery. There is an option of watching movies on an iPad but I was too tense to do this. The most painful part of the procedure is definitely the anesthetic injections. They hurt like hell, but once the donor area is numb, there is just a slight pricking sensation when extracting the grafts. A team of 2 technicians start extracting the grafts that takes about 2- 3 hours for approximately 2500 grafts. There is a real time count of the grafts by another technician and you can view the progress on a giant LCD screen in the front. Once my extractions were complete, Dr. Umut, the anesthesiologist gave me another around of anesthetic medication through an IV, and that knocked me out for rest of the surgery. When I woke up at 3.30 pm my surgery was almost complete. I slept through the incisions which I guess is a good thing. The hairline and frontal area were covered on day 1. I was then taken downstairs and bandaged up for the night. Had dinner in the cafeteria, spoke to other patients and called it an early night. Day 2 was fairly similar, but was relatively longer when compared to day 1. Started my day again at 6 30 am, but my surgery only ended at 6 30 pm. Also, was not knocked out by the anesthetic medicine this time, so it seemed a lot longer than day 1. The technician said day 2 is a bit longer as the angle of grafts change for the vertex , which makes it more time consuming. Similar to day 1, I was bandaged up and taken to dinner directly. I was already famished by this marathon 10 hour surgery. Day 3 After 2 days of back to back surgeries, day 3 was a relatively easy. There is hair wash at 9 am, followed my post op walk through with the coordinator (not the doctor) and post op pics are taken in the studio. My fut scar tricopigmentation was scheduled at 5 30 pm. I was surprised to learn that this involves anesthetic needles again. They numb the scar and ink this area, similar to a tattoo. It is relatively short procedure, and is wrapped up in under 30 mins. I had extremely high expectations for this treatment, and was hoping the scar would completely vanish. To be fair to the clinic, the result was exactly as shown on their website and emails, but I have seen results at other clinics in which the scar entirely vanishes away even when the head is completely shaved. The trico treatment helps the scar fade away, but the band is clearly visible. I am hoping it gets better as the area heals and my donor hair starts to grow. My expectation is that the scar is completely invisible after few days. Unsure if this will happen, but will keep the group posted on the results. I left the clinic the next day early morning for my 12 day vacation. Hoping my head heals well enough so that I can resume my normal personal and professional life in the new year. I am not planning to tell anyone about the HT, which is going to be very challenging. I was using toppik to cover my thinning head and will not use it for next few months as my grafts heal. Also given the fut scar not sure how short I can cut my hair. Don’t know how to explain the sudden and massive hair loss - forum members any recommendations will be appreciated. Praying I don’t have massive hair shedding over the next few weeks. Few other thoughts on the clinic and the HT journey, and my list of pros and cons. The main reason I chose Dr Koray was his reputation for shockingly high graft count. While in my humble opinion it works out great for someone like me who needs all the grafts he can get, there are few other patients who barely have receding hairlines, yet get 2500-3500 grafts densely packed in the hairline and temples. Many surgeons do not opt for this tactic and prefer relatively conservative approach. Each method has its own merits and demerits and it is important for the patient to do the homework before finalizing on the surgeon. Also, while Dr Koray has a cult like stature in this field, note that most of the work will be done by the technicians. If you want a doctor to be extremely hands on, do detailed consultations and personally perform extractions and incisions, this is not the place for you. There are other doctors in Turkey and elsewhere who follow this approach, but Dr. Koray is not one of them. He has almost "industrialized" this process and there are at least 7 operating theatres at his new clinic. I have counted at 15+ patients at the dinner table - note this includes day 0,1, & 2. While this might be concerning for some, in my opinion, if done correctly, may be a good thing. The technicians do the same thing day in day out for a living, and with the volume and throughput comes quality. I did not come across a single patient whose result was anything short of spectacular. I also noticed few other patients from other cheap hospitals at the airport, and one can clearly tell that these clinics will produce subpar results. Also, with scale comes flexibility. There are other clinics who may be at par with Dr Erdogan, but they have a 1-2 year long waiting list. Many patients prefer doing surgery sooner rather than later as they have more control over their schedules in near future. As one of the patients explained his dilemma to me, it is like choosing between a Ferrari and a Lamborghini, both are great options, but with Dr. Erdogan, you can drive your car much sooner. Also, I would recommend to meet and mingle with fellow patients. Every day I tried to meet and interact with my other patients to know more about their HT journeys. It is a fairly diverse set of people from all over the world, and all have interesting stories to tell. And one final note - the clinic is absolutely top notch, but at the end of the day, it is a clinic. If you are staying for more days before or after the surgery, I would suggest you stay at the Radisson Blu (or some other touristy area). The Radisson blu is a short 2 min walk to the new clinic, making it very accessible. There is no real need to stay in the clinic post/pre-surgery. Hoping this was useful. If you have any feedback or comments, it would be much appreciated. I will keep posting photos at regular intervals to keep everyone updated of my progress. That’s it for now...
  3. I have been losing hair since I was 19yrs old and I was on and off minoxidil since I was 24 but at 28yrs I completely stopped minoxidil for 1 yr and it was the worst decision ever. I lost almost all my hair within this 1 yr. I tried to get back on minoxidil and finasteride but it did not help. At age 30, I finally decided that I will do HT. After some research and some consultation with various doctors in Chicago, including Dr.Vladamir Panine, Dr.Allan Purgangao and some doctors in India including Dr.Madhu and Dr.Bhatti. I finally decided to go ahead and fly to India to perform my HT with Dr.Bhatti. Here is my experience with Dr.Bhatti at Darling buds. I reached India on 8th of Oct 2018, Dr.Bhatti had arranged transportation from Delhi airport to Chandigarh. It's a 3hrs ride which was pretty decent even after the long 19hr flight. I was taken directly to the hotel where I slept few hours. At 430pm local time a car was sent to pick me up from the hotel for my consultation with Dr.Bhatti. The consultation was about my hairline design and inspection of my donor area, after which blood sample were taken for necessary investigation. Day of the surgery. I was give antibiotic and sedative injection. I was drowsy very quickly and felt slight pinch at the back of my head at the beginning but soon I fell asleep and did not feel any pain. The surgery was about 7hrs during which a total of 2476 grafts were harvested from the donor area. Single - 328 Double - 1657 Triple - 491 I did not have any pain after the surgery and came back from dressing the donor area early next morning. The healing was pretty good and on the 3rd day my dressing was completely taken off, I never took any pain medication after the surgery. I am pretty pleased with the healing process so far. I have posted pictures taken on the day of the surgery and progression on week 1 , 2, and 3. Dr.Bhatti has prescribed to take finasteride 1mg + 5mg biotin and spray minoxdil 5% for the first 6 months only to promote hair growth. I am taking the medication religiously and hoping for the best outcome.
  4. Hello, I have reached the point where I can no longer cover up my receded hairline (Norwood 2 or 3?) with longer hair and hairspray so I am turning to the only option I have left: a hair transplant. I have been taking fin, minox and nizoral for almost half a year now and they have done wonders to maintain what I have, and the hairs that were thinning now appear a lot thicker. However, I still want back what I've lost. The problem I face is a lack of funds - I can't afford to drop 4 or 5 thousand pounds on this, so I'm having to turn to the cheaper surgeons like Dr. Madhu. I've read many reviews on his work, but there doesn't appear to be a lot of talk about him the past few years which is making me feel nervous. Perhaps people just don't want to write reviews after they've had it done? Who knows. I probably wouldn't to be fair. I guess what I'm trying to ask for is reassurance that I'm making the right decision, and if there is anyone who has had work by him recently? I really have no other option, and there is no way in hell I'm giving up and shaving my head. Thanks.
  5. hi Want to share my HT experience with Dr. Madhu. had my transplant on the 22nd of August. I have been loosing hair for the last 14 years. finally decided would go for a transplant and on this forums recommendation , decided to go with Dr. Madhu. I had planned for 4000+ grafts, and had been doing Scalp exercise for the last two months.. however Dr. Madhu found the scalp not very lax, and could manage 2700 units. It was a good experience and im sharing some images here as well. will try my best to keep my progress posted and updated here for everyone.. its been 14 days now, and i have felt good looking at my self in the mirror. this is my first step and will surely go for another procedure in the future.
  6. Ok, after several months of research I finally settled on Eugenix in Gurgagon, India. A big factor in settling on them was that I could find recent good results from them. I wasn't happy settling on any of the more affordable, recommended surgeons here because the most recent stuff I could find was negative, or not 100% satisfactory (I was only considering Dr. Radha, Dr. Madhu and Dr. Bhatti). I'm currently 4 days post. I'm not going to give one of those long-winded reviews that details every room I sat in and every step I took, but list some pros and cons. Pros: I was very well taken care of in terms of transport, accomodation and food. I was fed like a king and their accommodation is very nice. I was picked up and driven fro/to the airport The work looks well done, but i'll let some more senior guys pass judgement on my photos The price is very reasonable for the quality of the work that I've seen The communication continues to be very active and caring. Communication has been excellent since the beginning Cons They forgot to send the driver to pick me up from the airport and I waited over two hours there They forgot to order/pick up all of my medication and only supplied a few day's worth. As a result, I'm now only able to get 1 out of the 3-4 things I'm supposed to be on I was told I would receive a complimentary PRP with my surgery but when I asked when they'd do it they said it wasn't necessary The Dr. told me that he'd extracted 2,100 grafts after the initial extraction. I was thinking "sweet, I only need 2,100 and will be getting a refund as I'd paid for 2,500!" (I also saw that there were grafts that weren't used, meaning i'd received less that 2,100). Once they'd finished implanting the grafts from the initial extraction, I was told to wait in a room where the accountant came in. He told me I'd need another 700 grafts to make it 3,000, but said I needed to pay around INR49,000, equalling 490 grafts (I'd paid for just over 2,500). I was pretty confused at their maths, but I'd been awake for a loooong time so I just paid. The nurse confirmed the 2,100 grafts when I went back in and had no answer when I questioned the extra payment. Then before any more grafts were taken, they kept intermittently adding 100 to the total on the board as if I'd had more grafts taken. I had a fairly strong feeling that I'd been taken for a ride! I couldn't help but feel a sense of contempt towards me (or the fact they were over it) in the second part of the session; Dr's getting annoyed when they sat and their knee hit me, someone kicking the stool out from under me that I was resting my arms on within 3 seconds of being asked to sit up etc. I didn't meet Dr. Sethi until the next morning and Dr. Bansal spent about 30 mins in the room out of the 8 hour surgery. I think she only placed a very small number of grafts in the hairline at the very end Only about 30-40% of grafts implanted were done while simultaneously extracted - their 'Direct Hair Transplant' technique. The rest seemed like a normal FUE - grafts were extracted, stored then implanted Further to the above, I then took a high quality photo, loaded it into Photoshop, downloaded a click counter and counted all of the grafts on one half of my head. I might have missed a few, but there were about 20 extra clicks counted, so it's fairly close I'd say: 1,265 grafts on one side. Doubled equals 2,530. What do you guys think? Anywayyy, regardless of all of the cons, the work looks great and time will tell if the results offset the cons. Post-op care I've been following instructions as instructed - saline spry, betadine, fucidin cream etc. I'm experimenting a bit, though. I'm taking a peptide called BPC 157 which heals tissue very quickly, upregulates GH receptors in damaged tissue and upregulates red blood cell proliferation. I've also got Fin coming in the mail tomorrow and some Biotin by the end of the week.
  7. johanchicago

    HT Recommendation and Suggestions Needed

    I have attached my current status of my hair loss. I have narrowed down to Dr.Bhatti, Dr.Panine, Dr.Madhu Please let me know what you guys recommend.
  8. Bill - Managing Publisher

    Flight from US to Turkey

    Let dangle, I’m surprised to hear you say that you would not go to any hair transplant surgeon in India when we happen to recommend a few surgeons who do outstanding work. Haven’t you seen results posted by Dr. Bhatti? Dr. Radha Palakurthi? Dr. Madhu? Dr. Dua? Dr. Soni? All of them are performing state-of-the-art hair transplant surgery with excellent results. I encourage you to view their recommendation profiles and examples of their results. best wishes, Bill
  9. Hello people! This thread will document A-Z of my first hair transplant. I found a wealth of information from here in HRN and this thread will attempt to give some back to the community, especially the newbies who are looking to shop some new hair. I am 33 years old in a week, from Chennai, India. A Norwood 4A. Not depressed. Don't want to get married. No social pressure. I am doing the transplant just for the aesthetics. (You can find my hair loss story in my profile. A rather long and possibly a boring entry with a lot of unnecessary information) Sources of research - Online communities. Mainly HRN. Couple of my friends, who have done hair transplant and a dermatologist relative who himself was doing transplants for a while. One of the two friends had an FUE of 3700 grafts for a meagre 75000 rupees (tempting deal) from Sareen Hair Clinic, Delhi. 5-6 months post op, he has got very good results already. The other one had a combination of Strip Surgery and FUE (Doesn't remember how many grafts. Nor the cost) from Dr. Ramachandran, chennai. He is 2 years post and has had poor results. The dermatologist relative recommended, Dr. Renita Rajan from Chennai. I did not consider her as she virtually has no credible experience in transplants and my relative gave me too many contradicting information to consider his suggestion seriously. How I picked Dr. Radha Rani - In my mind, there is no doubt that Strip surgery has to be the first surgery. I considered only from the list of recommended doctors from India on the forum. It automatically eliminated Dr. Bhatti. Dr. Madhu does more than 1 surgery per day. Which is not ideal. Dr. Kapil Dua has a chain of clinics. Which again I am not a fan of. In fact, I think he has a panel of doctors operating on different patients. That left Dr. Soni. Has good reputation as a skilful surgeon. I have some reservations with him. I wouldn't go in detail and slander. So, I leave it at that. Finally, it was actually a simple decision. I had always felt Dr. Radha was the one from day one. It's just one of those gut feelings. Nevertheless, these are some excellent reasons to choose her. 1. Has documented good results over the years, barring a few cases. 2. Highly regarded on the forum. At one point as the best strip surgeon in the country. 3. Runs her clinic ethically. No advertisements. No agents. 4. One surgery a day. She is very hands on. Does majority of the work by herself. 5. She speaks very good English. Very good interpersonal skills. I suppose that's a bonus for the overseas patients. 6. Well qualified staff. Some of those talents imported from Bangkok at great cost, she says. (I am sure most know she was trained by Dr. Path for a year) 7. Charges 60 per graft. No other hidden charges. PreOp preparations - I believe in doing things right, so I would know I have done all I could from my side. A surgery needs your body in the best possible condition. It aides in good recovery as well. I am generally a fit guy. Athletic. The last 8 months though, I have had a lousy lifestyle. No excercise. Indulgence in junk food. Once in two weeks drinker. Random, occasional smoker. I decided to get the body in order. I am getting operated tomorrow. One month exactly prior to tomorrow, I stopped drinking and smoking. Started a detox routine. (Cucumber, mint (only yesterday I realised I ve been using coriander thinking it's mint. Quite an intelligent boy I am. Anyways, I hear coriander is good too) and any fruit I have on that day) Worked out every single day. Unfortunately, I couldn't get my sleep back to normal. I ve been having trouble sleeping well the last one year or so. I am attaching pictures of my hair as of today (Before and after shave). I did the PreOp consult with the Dr. while I was half way through this post. That is what is coming up next. But, after a short samosa break. Stay tuned folks! PS: Il do a quick Strip surgery vs FUE. Why choose Strip over FUE? 1. Grafts are always taken from the safe zone. 2. Transection rate is at its least. While FUE s transection rate can at best match Strip (by only by the best of the hands), but never overtake it because of the blind technique involved and a long list of other reasons. 3. Transplant is a long game. When you plan for 3 surgeries over the next 20 years, it is important to optimise the usage of the limited donor area. FUE can cause damage to the near by grafts. 4. All these limitations can be minimised to the lowest possible extent and have an amazing output from an FUE when you choose an excellent surgeon. But, the golden rule is to keep FUE as your last surgery or when the area to transplant is small. My plan is to get two Strip surgeries and the final one an FUE. Note: All my writing on different doctors I considered are strictly personal opinions based on my research. It is not necessarily a fact. I might well be totally wrong about them all and all of it in general. I apologise if I have crossed a line at any point. I am more than willing to correct the post if any untoward writing is pointed out.
  10. vikashsingh

    Hair transplant in India

    Ideally crown area hair transplant is not fruitful at very early age like yours & 2000 grafts will not be sufficient to cover your crown area with satisfactory density, when you lose your DHT sensitive crown hair another sitting would be needed very soon. I think you should save your donor hair for future sessions, once you cover your frontal portion, your crown area can be camouflaged by frontal hair & also if you use finasteride after transplantation your thin hair will become thicker & crown baldness will get covered, so better to wait until it goes stable. I think you should go with 4000 grafts & definitely I have seen Dr. Suneet great results and he mainly focus on natural hairline pattern. moreover Dr. Madhu is also good but he advised for 2500 grafts, which can not give you a good coverage. In fact Dr. Radha is also reputed doctor. so it is your choice to select the best.
  11. I thought I'd found my ideal clinic to book with until I read that he only contributes to the frontal hairline. Was the work he submitted to become a recommended physician on this site done by him or his team as it would be done if I had a transplant with him today?
  12. Ok guys, I want to thank you all for the kind wishes and all the wisdom you all shared, if it wasn’t for this forum I really wouldn’t have had the confidence to make this decision (I’m an OCD planner and am very risk-averse). I'm so paranoid right now with my grafts, I just put some hydrocortisone on the recipient area and now I am paranoid that I shouldn't have touched it! First couple of days make you bonkers man!!!! I'm trying not to look in the mirror but damn dude, there is hair on my head man! It almost brought tears to my eyes! Here's my story: After various consultations and research into different doctors and consultations, I decided two years ago that I wanted to think about having a transplant. I narrowed my search to three doctors and finally decided to go with one should the opportunity arise and then I waited an entire year and forgot about it. Then recently an opportunity opened whereby I would have a few weeks to get this done and also will already be on travel for a friend’s bachelor party in a foreign country close to India. I literally was so damn tired of spending so much time trying to mask my bald spots for so many years (sorry for the negativity but it just was something that really bothered me). I narrowed it down to 2 US doctors, Dr.Pathomvanich, and Dr. Madhu. After careful deliberation, I decided that Dr. Madhu was the guy for me, after numerous emails (I bothered them quite a bit and they were very diligent and polite in answering my questions). I've never been to India before, but was very excited and nervous. I spoke to the assistant at Dr. Madhu's office and they confirmed everything. In the online consultation they recommended 2800+ grafts. I was going to tell no one and go by myself (as I didn’t want anyone knowing). As you can see in my profile I have been fighting baldness for the past 10 years and really am finally ready to take the next step. I arrived in Hyderabad and the city was much cleaner and also less crowded than what I thought India would be like (I’ve been to other comparable countries so I assumed it would be similar). I am a very friendly guy so I might be a bit na?ve but I felt comfortable going to the ATMs and taking money out and felt safe walking around at night (dodging day time traffic well that’s a whole different story). I first met one of his assistant doctors and she was absolutely fantastic and despite a huge line of people in the waiting room, she really was patient with me. She really helped me understand what was going on and was just absolutely fantastic, she also spoke very good English so I could communicate really well. I met Dr. Madhu and he seemed like such a nice honest man (I know people and he is a genuinely good man). I really felt safe and my anxiety just went away. They ran a few tests for my scalp and also did some blood work and vitals. They told me that I would probably be able to get 2700-3000 grafts. He was very confident and I had no doubts and only excitement after our meeting. The big day: I woke up early and went in the early morning. There was absolutely no traffic on the roads and it was pretty empty out there, very calm, and peaceful. I walked in and waited. I started to get a bit nervous again as I waited in the waiting room and was greeted by another new Doctor. I mentioned to him that if they gave me some type of relaxant medication they would probably have to double it as I am just have a hugely high tolerance for meds. I wasn’t sure if he understood me and well I wasn’t confident using my 1 week of Rosetta Stone Hindi to try to bridge the gap so I just followed him. Then I met Dr. Madhu again and well just his presence calmed me down tremendously. I sat inside and he instructed me about the procedure and BOOM we were off to get started. I sat down as they took the strip, he guided me to a room and showed me how they get the grafts and I then sat in a chair. The two ladies were working on me and implanting the grafts (sorry if my terminology is a bit off here but you get my point). I tried to crack a few jokes but I’m not very funny and I’m sure something was lost in translation. In the background I heard the nice sounds of music and they were humming away to these upbeat gentle tunes. I had no idea what the singers were saying on the radio but I know it wasn’t Hindi as my Rosetta Stone skills would have hopefully identified it haha, but the music was very nice. Indian music is very upbeat and beautiful. But to be honest, the only downside was I wish that I was able to watch some TV or something as I got a bit bored and restless during the procedure. That is probably because I have a super high tolerance for anxiety meds and meds in general so if they gave me something to relax me it probably wasn’t enough. Then Dr. Madhu came over and told me that they actually were able to extract 3100 grafts and we could use them, so we did. Afterwards I sat with them and met with Dr. Madhu again, he showed me my hairline and he said it went well, which made me feel so happy! Then they gave me some instructions and told me to come in for a hair wash. They then got the nice security guard to escort me back to my hotel (the streets now were full of cars and crossing is a bit scary so I was glad), plus the security guard was a sweet old man. I got back to my hotel and well started typing this. I currently feel pretty good and am hoping that I keep feeling this good (wrote at the time). I woke up the next day and felt ok, but the pain meds started wearing off and it hurt a bit, but didn’t have any swelling. I just laid low and hung out in the hotel room and watched a bunch of movies. I took the pain medication Dr. Madhu gave me and I am sure it helped for the inflammation as it is a pretty potent NSAID. But my head hurt so I called them up and they told me to just take more of the same medication which helped but it was definitely not as strong as a vicodin (see below). The pain was manageable for me though. The next day I went in for the hairwash and it was fine, the staff was so nice and they answered my post-op questions. Dr. Madhu again was pretty great, we had a conversation and I was on my way. Advice: Most people in Hyderabad speak Telegu and some speak Hindi, but many can also speak English very well, but like in other foreign countries you have to be patient and speak slower. I would try to learn a phrase or two or three though as it was helpful and also made things fun. Just come with a good attitude as India well is India so well some things just work differently and in some cases are slower, so if you can’t deal it may not be for you. As stated above, if you don’t have a high tolerance for pain or just prefer something stronger (you don’t get vicodin/opiate medication in India or at least I don’t think) you may want to fill a script just in case prior to going. I stayed at the Bestwestern which was literally almost right across the street almost from his hospital. The hotel staff is really a fantastic bunch of people, very kind, and very nice. Nice TVs, AC, and comfortable beds. I had an issue with the discount I was supposed to get but I eventually worked it out. I went over to the Daspalla for my last day as my girlfriend is coming back with me and I wanted to have a bigger room with some restaurants. It really is a beautiful hotel and well worth the slight increase in price, especially if you would like to spoil yourself. Oh yeah, my US banks only allow me to pull out $1000 USD a day (think it is standard), let's say that is 44K rupees. Also if I have a Citibank account and go to a Citi ATM, I can take all of it out at once. BUT if not, let's say I use a Citibank ATM card at a Standard Indian Bank ATM then I can only take out 10K at a time. so to get my 40K max a day, I have to conduct 4 transactions. I found that out while I was there, so I would advise you to plan accordingly if you plan to pay in cash which is what I did ( as stated below please don't ask me what their credit card policies are, I don't know, ask them). Alright guys, I’m still getting into the swing of things but will post some photos on my profile when I get back. I tried to be very detailed so hopefully this helps you, as Dr. Madhu was a great decision for me (but I will let you know in 6-12 months.......man I hope I all these little guys on my head come back after they fall out, as I've grown quite fond of them). Again I'm an American guy who has been to many foreign places but never India which is awesome and I’m going back, hopefully with some luxurious looking hair haha. I really need to see more of the country). I’ve tried to be as detailed as possible here. There is a ton of information on his website, so please don’t ask me any administrative questions with regards to Dr. Madhu’s office's pricing, payment,etc. His office is very responsive and not to sound like a jerk, but I have gotten some questions like pricing that are clearly available on his website. I hope this helps you guys, Dr. Madhu 2 thumbs up! Hopefully in 12-18 months it'll be another two thumbs and two toes up!
  13. Hello every one,I am one of the hair loss patient, After researching for almost 5 months i found Dr. Venkat (Bangalore) and Dr.Madhu (Hyderabad) profile looks good to me, Hear i would like to explain the clear consultation details with Dr. Venkatram Mysore The day before my consultation called venkat chermalaya and booked appointment at Next day 5:00 PM, the lady who picked my call was given information about how to reach their center. Due to the traffic i was late and called the Hospital that i will reach 15 to 20 min late, they said its ok and asked me to come before 6:00 PM. I went in to the hospital which was air conditioned, small longer can sit 20 people, an LCD displaying photos of HT pre and post surgical photos.I went directly to the reception were asked me to pay 250/- for consultation and entered my name date of birth and contact details in computer and gave me a card with my details and a consultation sheet. And then asked me to go in to a small room where there is a computer and the completely bald man asked me to sit and read around 25 power point sheets which explains the causes of hair loss and its treatments. Behind me a doctor who was also slightly bald i think he was anesthesia playing with his iphone. From there i was asked to go in to the junior doctor who was next to the Dr. Venkat, she asked how long i was been loosing my hair, smoking, hereditary and other questions and wrote everything in consultation sheet and asked me to go and show the sheet in the reception, she asked me to come back if i need any more information about HT after scanning, but i decided to ask all my questions only Dr. Venkat. Reception-They asked me to pay 500/- for scanning, i paid with my card and asked me to go to the same computer room hear again the bold man took around 10 photos with micro camera and gave me photographs in A4 size paper. I went in to the Dr. Venkatraman room he was checking emails noticed and asked me to sit took my consultation sheet & scan report by seeing that he started explaining about hair loss and the methods to prevent (he was not started with HT procedure may be i was not completely bald, but my crown area was very thin). Then he switched on the light on my head and watched for 2 sec. and started telling about the medication procedure, then i interrupted him and asked about HT then he again came to my head and said front portion needs 1500 grafts total area 2500 grafts, said that he need 9 moths for better results after HT. He suggested me to take medication (Minoxidil 5%& Finax tab.) for 2 months and then see the results if not satisfied then go for HT. Thats all he again turned to the laptop and i left the room. Positive *Good environment *Step by step procedure to consult Doc. (reception-Junior Doc.-Scanning- Dr.Venkat) * Venkat explained clearly like a tape recorder (may be experienced from many peatations) * I found every employee was polite. * Doc's profile was good * I found doctor was personally sending emails to every one (i request every one take your photo graphs and ask suggestion directly by email) (Link removed by moderator - See Terms of Service) Negative * Wearing shoes inside the hosp. * Computer operator and anesthesia was bald (why don't they go for HT) * I cannot see any positive posts in the Internet about the doctor (except - 2) * Found impressive CV but Lack of professionalism. (from Internet) Overall i suggest this doctor for consultation. Planing to consult my second one Dr. Madhu (Hyderabad) and will post the experience ASAP. People do post your replies and suggest me about this two doctors (i will attach my photos with in a week)
  14. Yeah, that makes perfect sense. Imagine doing anything repetitive for 8 hours straight! I'd almost settled on either Dr. Madhu or Dr. Radha until the only recent information I could find on them was all negative, regarding unacceptable results and no correspondence with those clients when they sought answers
  15. Hi everyone. I have been reading wonderful stories of hair restoration on this forum since last one month. I did my research on FUE through this website and by meeting and emailing various doctors which I came to know via this forum. I am 38 years old male and have been losing hairs since the age of 24. Since then I am using hair system which is fixed to my head via glue and tape. In other words, I never let the world know that I was losing hairs as I started using the patch at very early stage of baldness. I love fitness and try my best to feel and look young. Every now and then I use to get compliments in my peers as how young and fit I look. But at the same time I know that I got something fake fixed on my head. Nowadays there is this uneasiness in my head thinking what people might be thinking of me who make out this fake hair patch on my head. So with all these mixed thought processes, I am thinking to go with hair transplant. I mailed my pictures to various doctors who assessed my case differently. As per them I have Stage VI baldness. I also have very thin and silky hairs. I want to get my full head covered and I am not comfortable to leave out my crown area. I am not looking for very aggressive or dense hairline. It should be just enough to cover my head. As per Dr. Bhatti of Darling Buds, it can be done in two sessions 6 months apart. In first session he may extract 3000 grafts from the back and 500 grafts from beard. In second he will extract 1500 grafts from the back. As per Dr. Madhu and Dr. Suneet Soni, 3500-4000 grafts can be taken out by strip method (FUT) only and they did not recommend FUE because of limited donor area. These 4000 grafts will only cover four finger area of my front head. As per Dr. Arika Gupta of Euginex, 2000 grafts from beard hair and 4000 grafts from the head will be extracted in back to back sessions ( 2 days) and another 2000 grafts from the head after 1 month. This makes total of 8000 grafts. As per Dr. Gaurang Krishna of Medlinks either 3000 grafts each in two sessions 6 months apart or 2500 grafts on 1st day and another 2500 on 2nd day. Out of these 1200-1500 grafts will be of beard hairs. Now with all this information I am totally confused. My points of concern are:- 1. How may grafts I actually need to fully cover my bald area? 2. Do I actually have enough donor grafts to meet this expectation? 3. What kind of density I can expect after the transplant? 4. Do I actually a right candidate for HT? 5. What about my looks? Will I look older after HT than what I look now Guys please help me out on this. I am attaching pictures of my head for assessment. Thanks in advance.
  16. Hello All, I'm 25 years old. I have been following this forum for years now and finally decided to go for a hair transplant in India. With the limited choice available in the market it would be great to get ur opinions. I would ideally prefer a FUE for lowering my hairline(1500-1800 grafts recomended). I had consultation with Dr A (FUE)and the results seem good on his website. Alongside my other considerations are Dr. Radha Palakurthi (FUT) and Dr. Madhu (FUT), both of whom are highly recommended on this forum. The criteria I'm seeking is to achieve a dense hairline using lateral slit technique, irrespective of whether its FUT or FUE since all the doctors mentioned above are very careful with extraction to preserve donor area. Please give your valuable advice Cheers.
  17. Greetings fellow follicles! I am new. This is my first post. I have been a voracious reader/follower of this community the last one week. This has been a brilliant tool in educating oneself on wide range of hair related problems. Thumbs up! I am looking to get my first hair transplant done on me. My hair loss story on my profile will give a fair understanding of my background. But I suspect most won't bother to take that extra effort. So, I am going to repost it here. But before anyone gets bored of it half way through reading it, let me first ask for the advise for which this thread was created. I shall post my history in my second post following this. I am from India. I understand the recommended doctors from India on this community are Drs. Tejinder Bhatti, Kapil Dua, Pathuri Madhu, Radha Rani and Suneet Soni. I have mailed each one of them and have had online consultations. All doctors have recommended about 2500 grafts except Dr. Suneet Soni (4000 grafts). And all doctors have recommended FUSS (commonly known as FUT) except Dr. Bhatti. Naturally! Being a torch bearer for FUE (Before anyone jumps on me, this is not meant negatively. I am merely complimenting him for being a pioneer in that field). The costs for all of them comes about the same more or less. I am not scared of a scar from the FUSS. (But if FUE will give me the same result as the FUSS, il gladly take FUE for its easier post op scenarios. Since this has always been a contentious topic, and no solid proof to rely on than bickering and bantering from both sides, I am still not able to come to a conclusion which procedure to choose. But the general consensus I find is that the first surgery has to be the FUSS to protect the donor for future surgeries of FUSS or FUE.) I am not driven by society and its pressure or to be an agreeable material for marriage. Neither am I depressed or overly concerned about being bald. I am going to do it just for the aesthetics. I generally love all good looking things. If it doesn't work out, it doesn't work out. I am more than ready to move on. But not before giving it a shot. All the help in choosing a surgeon off the recommended list will be very much appreciated. (Please don't ask me to carefully study and choose one . I've read a lot of their patient cases here in the community and I am well informed about them. I am looking for a consensus from you wise people that I can follow. Treat this as a poll if you guys want to.) Thanks. Cheers!
  18. Hello Everyone I would like to ask if anyone has some feedback for Dr. Madhu Pathuri and Dr. Suneet Soni in India for hair transplant surgery. I am planning to have get hair transplant surgery and looking for some serious and real feedback. its about life changing desicion and i am very concern about it . that is the reason i want your help so please if anyone has anyfeedback please share or reply to this post.. thanks Rishabh
  19. I had undergone my hair transplant with dr. madhu on feb 5th 2011. please go through my pics and post your comments. i will update my profile regularly.
  20. jtown, I agree with couple of others here with regards to actual number of grafts. Though you have only two pictures in my opinion about somewhere around 4500-6000 grafts total should give you good result. It would however be good to have some more angles including a look at donor hairs and side face/head profile. Since you have limited funds....With regards to rates you will probably find very good surgeons for lesser price in India. Turkey is definitely an option. (2.5euro a graft!), India is definitely an option with more cost savings compared to most other places - in my opinion. Approximately around 1 euro to1.2 euros. There are several recommended HT surgeons on HTN whom you may send your pictures and have a free e-mail and/or skype consultation. Some of the currently network recommended surgeons in India are Dr. Bhatti(David a forum moderator had his HTwith him), Dr. Radha, Dr. Madhu, etc... I was a high Norwood (6/7) and had my HT in New Delhi at Eugenix under Dr. Pradeep Sethi and Dr. Arika Bansal and quite happy with my results. I chose them based on my personal research and review of cases and aesthetics of hairlines plus review and comparison of other surgeons. The best advice I could give you is to NOT to rush your procedure and give some time for research and thorough review of procedures, surgeons, results and also option of flying out of London for overseas procedure. travel and stay wise most clinics will arrange this for you including pick up and drop off to and from airport and also to and from clinic. Some clinics also have in house accommodation for stay and recuperation Of course there are plenty helpful people on this forum to guide you. Good luck to you.
  21. Hello, Its my first day out here in this forum and I really cant believe that I am really doing this finally. Well, a few words about me. Am in my mid thirties with a balding head that my friends say is making me look my age today (!!!) else seems I'd look a lot younger. My hair loss story started atleast 14 years ago when I moved out of my parent's house for my first job. I had to wear industrial protection helmet that probably started my hairloss. There was no looking back from then I presume... which was in 1997. The last 14 years I travelled to various places atleast 5 different cities and atleast 10 different houses with different types of water (used for bathing... hard/soft etc). Add to that the inevitable marriage about 6 years ago and my pate has been shining ever since Its been 2 years since I've been contemplating HT and started doing some research. I started with on Minoxidil 2% and then 5% for the last 2 years supplemented with some Folic Acid and Zinc tablets that one of the doctors prescribed. It had its positive effect i guess the hair loss being stable for some time. 2 months back i stopped both the topical application and the tablets and bingo... the halo finally appeared So here I am in the fag end of 2011 with a final resolute decision to get under the knife. Did a lot of research around HT and the surgeons, ranging at least 2 days every week over the last 6 months to decide upon the place and the person to trust my head with. Since am based out of UK currently, my first choice was a UK surgeon, presuming that it would be cost, travel & post procedure treatment/advice effective. Finally after weighing a lot of options and going through multiple forums and patient reports, I have decided to go with Dr.Madhu Pathuri from Hyderabad, India. I dont know if its a good or bad decision... only time and my head will tell My procedure would be slated for February 2012 and I would like to post my journey as I travel through, starting today, hoping for guidance and support. I have mailed and spoken to Dr.Madhu's clinic folks and they seem to be friendly. I have paid the advance for Rs.5000(roughly GBP60) to book the slot for my HT. My anxiety is slowly gaining momentum, esp. since I am waiting for the confirmation that my bank transfer has reached them, and the mail confirmation that my date is blocked !! I would need all the advice & support in the world that you folks in this forum can give, since I presume most of you have first hand experience in the bald arena... (Attaching a snap taken for my online consultation with Dr. Madhu, based on which he has suggested a first sitting of 2500 - 3000 grafts)
  22. Feeling Great After 13 Months of HT Hi I am 43 years old, resident of Hyderabad,India. My forehead was big and I have a good hair. Since last five years I was loosing lot of hair, like everyone I used to worry about it. One of my Engg friend who lives in US came to India in Aug 2005 who was 80% bald . He had done HT at Dr.A . It was looking ugly. After seeing him I thought I will never go for a HT in my life. But my opinion changed when I saw my cousin who is of my age in Oct 2008 , who was 70% bald earlier and had gone for HT at Dr.Madhu's .It was over a year by then. He was looking younger and good-looking. I enquired him about the procedure, cost ,side effects, medication etc., I took the Phone number of Dr.Madhu. Before meeting Dr.Madhu I surfed the net about hair loss, HT , and all related with hair etc., I found this site is interesting, and genuine , but to my surprise Dr.Madhu's name was not heard and not suggested in this site. As I had seen the results I decided to go for HT at Dr. Madhu's. I took the appointment and met him in last week of Nov 2008.He was friendly, cleared all my doubts, queries with patience. He gave 6th Dec 2008 for the surgery. He asked me to get the CBP (Complete Blood Picture) test before the surgery. With CBP results I visited the Hospital on 6th Dec . The Surgery Started around 3.30pm and lasted till 8.30 pm. The Doc gave local anesthesia in donor area and on the scalp where HT was to be done. There was no pain during the entire procedure.I was talking and cracking jokes to the technicians all the time. When whole thing was over I was looking like a Chinese guy in old Chinese martial arts film. They gave me fruit and Juice after the HT. The Doc gave me some medicines like painkillers,Bcomplex ,and 1mg of finax(May be , I am not sure).As I was told I visited next day for shampooing which I did. The photos were taken pre and post HT.After a week I visited the Doc ,he removed the stitches told me that healing is good in donor area and asked me to come after one month for checkup. After 2 weeks The donor area was completely healed, I resumed my yoga (at Redcross Jubli hills) . I was doing more of SHASHANKASAN and SARVANGASAN. I personally felt in these two asanas the blood circulation to the scalp is more. The first month the hair fall in HT area was more, then the red heads (like pimples ) started in HT area, and a little bit itching in donor area. As the days pass the red heads and itching was gone, slowly the hair started to grow (you can see the photos). After six months I met a person who is of 30 years old at a party. He told me that THREE YEARS back he had HT done at Dr.A Hyderabad. It was surprising that he still looks bald ,very few hairs here and there in the bald area(where the HT was done). I was worried I thought I may look the same after 3 years. I rushed to Dr.Madhu. In last six months not even once I visited Dr Madhu. I was not taking medications prescribed by Dr. Madhu. The Dr. Madhu checked my scalp , told me not to worry as I was making good progress, he told me that after one year from the HT the actual results will be seen. Here I am, a happy person and thinking of going for second HT. I will keep updating my photos in this forum??¦??¦ With regards RRVG
  23. Hi all, I am considering to get hair transplantation done in Hyderabad. I have narrowed my search to two doctors. Dr. Y.V.Rao and Dr. Madhu Pathuru. I would like to hear from forum members about their experiences. Who uses most advanced technology without creating a mark on scalp. Who is most efficient in handling a patient and reasonable in pricing? I am planning to visit Hyderabad in November last week. I am glad to find this forum and I appreciate all your feedback. Thank you Kodachadri2015
  24. HI All, I am narrowing down the surgeons whom I can afford a HT with and currently Dr. Pathuri Madhu is coming out as my preferred choice given his cost / skill / reputation e.t.c. Is there anyone from the Uk / Preferable London whom would be willing to contact me to speak about their experiences ? Following an online consultation it is believed that I would need 3500 grafts so if there is anyone willing to discuss their experiences I would live to speak with them.
  25. Hello ALL I am planning to take HT in hyderabad, i saw reviews about Dr.Madhu its good but Dr.Madhu charges around 1.2L to 1.5L for more than 3k grafts( becasue all my forehead is very thin and need to arange the hair entirly) as a normal indian i cant afford this amount i have consulted Dr.Ashok also they charge around 50k and they will cover everything and i asked about no of gratfs,,,they wont do the HT by counting the grafts,if u want to know about the no of gratfs it costs 3-4 times more than they are charging i have searched for jagadish in this forum,in search results i couldnt find anything please advice me on Dr.Ashok
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