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  1. Does Dr. Radha Rani perform fue. If not then best hospital for one in Vizag.
  2. 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.
  3. 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.
  4. 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
  5. 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.
  6. Bill - Managing Publisher

    Hair transplant in India

    Thappa, Dr. Radha Palakurthi is also recommended along with the ones Melvin mentioned. I know it’s tough when you get different graft estimates to make a decision, but ultimately since all 3 hair surgeons you mentioned are recommended by our community, selecting amongst the three Will be a personal choice depending on which one you connect with most of which strategy you like the best. Personally, with the amount of hair loss I see in your pictures, I would likely elect going for the larger procedure. Now, you could always ask each doctor why their recommendation is different then another doctors and that you prefer one over the other just to see what they say. But ultimately, each hair transplant surgeon has their own unique philosophy. The good news is, each one has a long history of producing outstanding results. Best wishes, Bill
  7. I Finally did it, Im in pain and i feel disfigured and a little jet lagged but i know that this was the only way to have a chance of breaking out of the reclusive way of life i have been living for these last 5 or 6 years. i chose to go with Dr. radha because of all the research and advise i had read from this forum, i hope it is going to be worth it and i am trying not to even think of the possibility that this transplant will fail. Dr. radha was the nicest person i have ever met and she listened to all my concerns and i believe she gave her absolute best effort she could for this transplant. As you can probably tell from the photos she added more density to the frontal hairline because of the fact that i previously had smp performed and the goal was to have the front dense enough so the smp isnt so noticable. Im hoping the number of grafts implanted into the area she worked on is going to be a good enough density for me to be happy. i will keep posting updates in future...
  8. Hi all.. somewhat of a long post; so please bear with me 30 years old Indian male, had previous FUT hair transplant at Dr. Radha back in 2012..area transplanted was frontal hairline which had gone totally bald (right & left side). My hair loss as Dr. Radha mentioned was in class IV progressing to V on Norwood scale. Due to scalp laxity issue she was only able to extract ~2200 hair grafts and cover the frontal region and not the crown (which had also started thinning that time). I have been on meds over the past 5 yrs (Finasteride 0.5mg/day mostly regular and Biotin/Saw-Palmetto/multi-vitamin supplements; Rogaine never started). I am planning now on a 2nd HT. If you refer to my album Hair Restoration Social Network ? Community for and by Hair Loss Patients [Note: All the pics are as of today; 5 yrs post 1st HT]; you will be able to make out the transplanted regions on front (right & left sides) from last operation. I deliberately parted/set the native hair aside from the transplanted hair so that the difference in hair density can be made out. I apologize I haven't take pics of the donor area at the back but its in good shape and is not thinned out. Overall, I have been decently satisfied with the first HT results, the frontal hairline creation and the adequate coverage provided by Dr. Radha for the area which had gone bald. IMHO, she is an excellent FUT surgeon and unlike others is considerate of the fact of the patients requirements and past/present/future hair-loss possibilities and takes care to work out the surgery accordingly. The concerns I have had since the last transplant which I want to address with the 2nd operation are herewith:- 1. The temples/temporal regions (both left & right sections) which were left untouched post 1st HT. 2. The 2nd concern was with the graft density planted in top left & right frontal regions. As of today my native hair in the mid-scalp and behind frontal hairline section is healthy and thick. As long as I comb my hair in such a manner the transplanted hair mixes in well with the native hair from behind, it looks good. But early morning if I get up from bed when my hair is uncombed or when its wet post shower, the demarcation in density between the transplanted and native hair becomes visible instantly. That's why in the album pics I parted my hair in such a way the density of the transplanted hair vis-a-vis the native hair can be made out. The top frontal section (both left & right) graft hair density seems spaced out and doesn't match the density of existing native hair I have behind. Till date, this hasn't become the biggest concern, but am more worried about the future when lets say the mid-scalp native hair I have behind the transplanted hair gets thinned out or shed, this density issue will immediately show up, so really need inputs from the forum members on this. Having done a lot of research over various HT posts, I have realised this is primarily because since any surgeon worth his salt well-appreciates the fact of future hair loss in the candidate and hence goes by the conservative max density possible/achievable by the grafts yielded (keeping in mind donor area/scalp laxity factors in account) in the 1st operation. The density match-up is more left for a 2nd or 3rd op if the candidate feels so. In my case I already had the problem of yielding less than expected number due to scalp laxity and hence I guess that was the best density which was possible for my case in the 1st operation. I am in two minds as of today of whether to address this density concern or not in 2nd HT. Yes as I said when the demarcation is noticed this density issue does become instantly visible, hence I do feel at times to get this addressed by filling in additional grafts. On other hand at same time, I think about the potential future hair-loss progression (both how it has been for me over the past and how it could be in future) and hence am equally concerned of being over-aggressive and wasting precious hair grafts right now to fill in density @ front. I am just 30 yrs old today and the crown is already thinning a lot and I can see the progression going towards mid-scalp region which I am scared future down the years will thin/shed out. In that respect I reflect will it be instead rather wise to wait & watch and see how the mid-scalp hair loss progression happens tomorrow (if) and then review the frontal hairline density accordingly in my subsequent hair transplants when I might be addressing mid-scalp/vertex sections. At that time, I will have a better idea/snapshot of how much density to fill in so that it matches the hair behind at that time. Irrespective, I would definitely like your honest & unbiased inputs for the spaced-out transplanted hair density concern? Is it adequate or too-spaced out from aesthetic purposes? Please accordingly suggest me whether extracting additional precious grafts be ok at this point to fill in more density @ the frontal top right & left regions or should I wait right now for addressing this? If its ok, what is the approx sufficient number of grafts you would suggest based on my pics to resolve the density concern? The main reason however for going for the 2nd HT is obviously the thinned crown section. It had already started thinning when I went for 1st HT & has progressively thinned a lot more. The frontal mid-scalp looks good & has held up thankfully. As you can see, there are a bunch/lot of miniaturised native hairs still in the crown section and its's not gone totally bald yet. I understand the crown is a black-hole of donor hairs and many surgeons advise to save precious grafts for other regions and get crown covered later. Also I understand that even though I get it covered now the region would most probably expand further which I would have to later address in a future HT, hence I have decided clearly am not looking for any super-packed density for the crown. Since the region is not totally bald yet, hence right now the conservative number of grafts I am looking for covering the thinning crown section is around 800-1000 max. This number I feel would be adequate enough to give it a sufficient coverage alongside the already existing native miniaturised hairs [hoping they don't shock-loss fall off permanently] to give it a fuller look. The main high concern I have in covering the crown is the permanent shock-loss post HT which might happen for the weak miniaturising native hairs I have in the crown section. Also I am equally a lot more concerned about potential shock-loss to the adjacent hairs in the mid-scalp region which are healthy as of today. I am really skeptic that they don't suffer a shock loss (temporary or permanent) and the HT becomes a trigger of their thinning out. Please let me know if my graft estimate would be good enough or I might need potentially more for the as of today thinning crown section ? Also (forgive for my understanding of the HT process), will the doctor keep the native miniaturised hairs intact in their place or will he/she be plucking them out and instead replacing with new grafts from the back donor area? Also give me a honest input/feedback whether and what would be the potential side-effects of getting the crown section addressed. Can the shock-loss be alleviated somehow ?.. Will post-operation being on regular medications (Finasteride) help reduce the chances of shock-loss? Overall apart from above, the major query I had was:- FUT vs FUE? This has become a major dilemma for me ever since I started researching for the 2nd HT. I have gone through suitable amount of literature and the forum posts/feedback of FUE vs FUT debate. Overall my case (already having a previous FUT with a scar) falls in quite similar to this below helpful feedback I read on one of the forum posts (quoting it here): "For an advanced NW with no intention of wearing their hair buzzed super tight or shaved completely, strip surgery is recommended and then FUE. Some people have average of both and are generally benefited from getting FUT to max out with what their laxity allows, and then moving into FUE/BHT to extract what they were unable to extract prior. Your laxity be be the key to what is best for you in your next procedure if you are considering FUT again and it makes sense as you already have a donor scar to loosen your scalp for a couple of months to prepare for surgery. If you work hard on the scalp laxity exercises then you should get a respectable number of grafts as the donor density still looks decent. But generally speaking, if the scalp doesn't have enough laxity for a strip procedure, it will/should be avoided." Even one of the FAQ on Dr.Bhatti website says: "Doctor, I already have had one FUT procedure done. My previous doctor has examined me and said I can go for another FUT procedure. But I am exploring FUE this time. - Reply: Since you have already got an FUT done, I will suggest you again go for an FUT procedure since the prime advantages of going for an FUE is now lost. You now have a linear scar. Once the FUT procedure is done and when the scalp due to resulting tightness will not allow another you can contact me for an FUE procedure. This will be optimal utilisation of the scalp donor given that you already have a linear scar." Personally I have never shaved my hair to buzzed-cut or completely shaved nor am fond of one and immaterial of it I already have one scar from previous HT operation so the major benefit of 1st time FUE is already diminished for me. If I opt for FUT, Dr. Radha had already advised me last time of scalp-laxity exercises if I happen to come in again in future. On the other hand I have been impressed with the advancement of FUE over the past yrs and can see how almost everyone young chooses FUE over FUT now and how in hands of a good surgeon the yield results can rival that of FUT. The queries I had regarding FUE vs FUT are:- As mentioned above I am not looking for a mega-session for 2nd HT operation. At max 800-1000 for crown and approx at max 100-200 to fill in the temples and if I decide on it another (not sure of exact number ??..) for adding more density to frontal top. This adds up to 1200+ minm grafts. Does this number of grafts warrant one more FUT/strip surgery or a FUE would be ideal for such a case. If FUE is ok, having a FUE now will it hamper/rule out any potential FUT operations totally if need be in future ? If not, what precautions will a FUE surgeon need to absolutely take to ensure this doesn't happen? If instead I choose FUT, will it result in a new 2nd scar or will the previous scar from 1st FUT itself be revised ? (An idea of having 2 separate scars at the back does look scary bad ). There are posts where I read people who have had mixed opinions after having had previous more than one FUT sessions and are looking forward to correcting the FUT scare in their next FUE operation. My opinion of Dr.Bhatti & Dr. Radha is they are best & highly qualified in their individual techniques and will take-care/ensure to minimise the negativities of each technique as much possible. Coming to the individual doctor feedback I have gone through: My unbiased view of going for FUE with Tejinder Bhatti: As far I have researched I have found Dr. Bhatti's pre-op and post-op consultations and patient reach-out and feedback/followup extremely meticulous and top-notch. Even though the results have been overall a mixed bag (going by the forum results) with the major concern in majority of unsatisfied cases being the lack of density, I really appreciate the fact the the doctor himself or the forum representatives here have ensured the patient doesn't feel alone and they are with him to suggest the next corrective action. My unbiased view of going for FUT with Dr. Radha: Off-late some of the recent reviews I have read on hairrestortationnetwork.com about the FUT HT operations have been on negative side. Some of the patient results have been underwhelming and the one common feedback is the lack of thorough communication between the client and the clinic/doctor especially post-operation. This is something being an ex-patient I have also faced. Even though am satisfied with the results of the previous HT, I would like a better thorough communication. Still my view of Dr. Radha hasn't changed in terms of her work-output primarily because the negative results have been more of exceptions rather than the norm and my personal experience feedback of her is that she is utmost honest/transparent of the possibilities. I have already reached out to Dr. Radha for a consultation. Will do the same for Dr. Bhatti based on the FUE possibility for me feedback I receive to this post. =================================================================== Overall, guys will really appreciate if you can go through my album profile and the above post and help me in my queries with your unbiased/honest feedback & suggestions. Please help me with my FUT vs FUE 2nd HT dilemma. If instead any other doctor/clinic you would like to advise me to look into please do let know? Also please let me know what's the approx number of grafts for each concerned section you think I might need ?
  9. Dr.Radha is one of the finest FUT surgeon in India. There are many users who have shared their experiences in this forum and majority are positives. She performs one operation per day and her staff is very experience too. I have no idea about Dr.Bunagan!! Good luck and research well
  10. Dear Forum Members, As many of you know, we gather as much information as possible about a physician, their staff, technique and track record before they are even considered for recommendation on the Hair Transplant Network. Part of our review process involves getting input from patients and the members of this forum community. To learn more about this review process, click here. In North America, the market for 350 million people is shared by 40 plus physicians recommended by our community. In India, we currently recommend only one physician in a market for over 1 billion people. After interviewing Dr. Radha Palakurthi of India and seeing several examples of her surgical procedure and results, I believe that Dr. Radha Palakurthi should be considered for potential recommendation by this community. At this time, Dr. Radha is only being considered for recommendation, not the Coalition. To see our standards for recommendation, click here Dr. Radha was trained by Coalition member Dr. Pathomvanich has over 4 years of experience performing exclusive hair transplant surgery. She also operates on only one patient per day and offers her high quality follicular unit hair transplant procedure to her patients at a highly reduced cost of one US dollar per graft via the FUT method and two US dollars per graft via FUE. Dr. Radha recently received a number of glowing reviews by her patients sharing their experience and photos on this community. See below for a few recent examples: Member "RodG" Shares His Experience and Photos with Dr. Radha - 2075 Grafts Member "HiFlyer" Shares His Experience and Photos with Dr. Radha - 3354 Grafts Member "Cardel25" Shares His Experience and Photos with Dr. Radha - 2694 Grafts Dr. Palakurthi specializes in dense packing, megasessions and has experience in performing successful eyebrow and moustache transplantation procedures. She is also experienced in performing high quality follicular unit hair transplantation on Indian, Asian, African American and Caucasian hair. Dr. Radha has a large and experienced staff of 11 surgical assistants averaging 4 years of experience and has the ability to perform large densely packed sessions of ultra refined follicular unit hair transplantation exceeding 3000 grafts when appropriate for the patient. Dr. Radha also performs hair transplant gigasessions exceeding 4000 grafts for those with exceptional donor hair characteristics. Dr. Radha Palakurthi is very hands-on and is involved in every step of the procedure including harvesting the donor strip, preparing the grafts, making tiny recipient incisions in balding areas and inserting 30 to 40% of the grafts herself. Dr. Radha asserts that hairline reconstruction is an art and is the hair transplant surgeon's signature. Thus, in order to create the most natural looking hairline that mimics nature, Dr. Radha uses single haired follicular units to re-create the hairline. Dr. Radha Palakurthi uses a single blade to harvest the donor strip in order to minimize follicular transection and employs the trichophytic closure technique using a single layer closure with external absorbable sutures to minimize the appearance of scarring. Dr. Radha uses tiny needles as small as .7mm in recipient areas in order to minimize trauma to the scalp and maximize dense packing when appropriate for the patient. Dr. Radha is a member of the ISHRS (International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery), the AAHRS (Asian Association of Hair Restoration Surgeons) and the IAHRS (Indian Association of Hair Restoration Surgeons). Dr. Radha Palakurthi is also a board certified diplomate of the ABHRS (American Board of Hair Restoration Surgery). Given Dr. Radha Palakurthi's experience and commitment to ultra refined follicular unit hair transplantation, I believe that she should be considered for recommendation. See our standards for recommendation. View some of her patient and surgical photos below: 2433 Grafts with Dr. Radha 2282 Grafts with Dr. Radha 2900 Grafts with Dr. Radha (4.5 Months Post-Op) 2427 Grafts with Dr. Radha 2635 Grafts with Dr. Radha 2881 Grafts with Dr. Radha Photos Showing Dr. Radha in Surgery I welcome input and comments from forum members regarding her potential recommendation.
  11. Hi guys, Planning to undergo an FUE with Dr.Radha in India. Anyone have any experiences or results from her? I know she does FUT but I wanted to know about her FUE Thanks!
  12. Dear Members, After much of explore, suggestion, experience and results in this forum, I have done my HT from Dr. Radha. Thank you all for your support. Please find my experience, 19/02 - Landed in Vishakapatnam and reached the hotel the pioneer (FYI - http://www.thepioneerhotels.com/ ) It took 30 - 45 mins to reach the hotel from the airport. This hotel is very near to Radha clinic, just 2 mins walk. Hotel is very nice, clean and staffs are very cooperative. 20/02 - Morning at 7.40 am, I reached the hotel, Radha staff talked in general about the HT, she took blood sample for blood tests. Dr. Radha came around 9 am, after few talks, she explored my hair density and hair line. She suggested to have around 2700 to 3000 grafts max due to lack of density in the donor area (around 65/sqcm). And went with procedure. She was interacting with me during procedure about if any pain and my comfort. And the entire procedure was painless. It ended around 6 pm. She suggested few medicine (antibiotic, pain clear and sleeping tables ). Took just antibiotice, avoided pain clear and sleep tablets as I did not have issues with those. 21/02 - Reached clinic around 10 pm, Radha staffs did the first hair wash and had talks with Radha on post 15 day care. And I started back to my home town in the evening. Attached few photos took in the clinic before and after HT. Grafts details, 1 hair - 1135 2 hair - 1525 3 hair - 71 Total number of hairs - 4398. - babooti2000
  13. Hello Everyone. First of all i would like to thank the administrator and moderators of this community for making this forum and helping each and every member . I would also like to thank each and every member of this forum for posting valuable information and helping me choose a reputable doctor. Introduction: I am 23 years old from Hyderabad ,India. I have been loosing hair since i was 15 yrs old.It all started as thinning and then gradually i had a receding hairline. Started taking Propecia and minoxidil when i was 19 but stopped within 3 months due to side effects. My hair loss then progressed from Narwood 1 to Narwood 3.Started taking Propecia and minoxidil again since july 2013 and my hair loss has stabilised a bit. Now i am somewhere around Narwood 3 and 4. Pre-Op : As i am from Hyderabad so travelled to Vishakapatnam (vizag) by train and reached her clinic on 16th eve for pre op consultation. Dr.Radha gave betadine solution and asked me to wash my hair with it that night and next morning before coming to clinic. Surgery Day Reached Clinic at 8am . Her assistant took blood samples for tests and then i was taken to O.T.Room. Surgery started at 9 am and finished at 5pm. Dr.Radha did everything by herself right from giving anaesthesia to graft placements. She told i would be requiring around 2200 grafts for frontal region but due to my persistence to fill in the temples too she agreed to put extra 200 grafts for temple regions . Grafts Count: Total No :2475 1 hair - 762 2 hairs - 1570 3 hairs -143 Total no of hairs : 4331 Post-Op: Following all the instructions given by her. Overall: I am very much impressed with her work . She doesnt do promotions like some doctors who treat HT as a business in india and rob patients in daylight.Her work speaks volumes about her . Being a doctor myself i would love to work with her as her assistant in future. Now all i need to do is to wait patiently for the results which is very hard and exciting too. Thank You All. Will be Updating the post regularly
  14. Dang!, that looks great, looking at where you started, the way your first HT with Dr. Radha failed,this is day and night. Happy for you.
  15. Hi All, Been stuck with loads of work and didn't find the time to write this up.Wanted to post the experience of my first HT which i underwent on feb 17 at RHIIT. Dr Radha lives up to the reputation. Absolutely blown over with the way she handles patients compared to what i have seen with other HT surgeons with whom i have had consultation's. Day 1 (16th Feb) : Got on a plane from Bangalore to Vizag. Went to the clinic at 4:30 and had a 1hour session where we spoke on the planned grafts, area coverage , hairline , density packing of the frontal hairline , medication post surgery & got all my doubts and questions that were on my mind. I was give betadine shampoo to be applied before bedtime. Day 2 (17th Feb) : Woke up and had another round of shampoo applied and off to the clinic.Had the surgery start at 9am. had some measurements done and the strip was started . With the donor density and scalp laxity. We had an expectation of abt 2500 to 2800 grafts which had actually put me off thinking it might not be enough to cover the entire area. At about 11:30 we had been done with the strip and the team of assistants we hard at work splitting up the grafts. I was given set of tablets at this time and asked to relax. Had a light lunch and at 1:30 we started again. My hairline was marked before the extraction of the strip. The crown area was marked and divided into sections.I was given the final count of grafts that were extracted and we had 3354 grafts in total. In my case we had lots of single units of abt 1000 grafts , 2200 Doubles and remaining triples.I had a small area in between my crown and the vertex line that had good coverage and had planned not to fiddle with that area and retain it and treat it with medicines. Frontal was done completely by Dr radha and took abt 3 hrs. Then began the most difficult 3hrs (Crown). This is where there was a technician from Thailand who was assisting Dr Radha perform my crown which each of them working on one section at a time and working the various angles needed to get a even cover. i think she was from the DHT clinic from Thailand. Have asked doctor on more details. Finally the surgery got over at 6:30 pm and was driven back to the hotel by Dr Radha and was given few painkillers and antibiotics for the night and told all precautions to take while sleeping. Had kinda of a ragged night with more concern on how i slept with the head bandaged and pain. Slept for abt 4-5 hrs and woke up at 6am . Day 3 (18th Feb) : Went to the clinic at 8:30 and was greeted by doctor.She had a complete checkup of the grafts and the sutures. This was the time they gave me my first hair wash after the HT. The staff we very good in answering all my question on how i need to do this once i get back home. Got all my medication prescribed and had a nice scarf. Came back home with a great feeling. Special thanks to RodG who helped me a lot in the background and to all the members here who had some really very important views on HT. Posted the photos on my blog.. Little confused on how to work with the controls there apologies for that. Hair Restoration Site for hiflyer
  16. 30 yrs old Indian male, had previous FUT HT in 2012 for frontal hairline. The crown section which had already started thinning by 2012 has progressively thinned a lot more. There are still a bunch/lot of miniaturised native hairs in the crown section and its's not gone totally bald yet. I have been in two minds whether to address this region or not today after getting the HT surgeons feedback. I understand crown is a black-hole of donor grafts and even though I get it covered, it would most probably circumferentially expand further tomorrow. Hence am clearly not looking for any super-packed density today, only a conservative no. of grafts. At my age, undoubtedly the thinning crown is a detriment to a confident look, hence that's why wanted to get it addressed if possible. 1) The main high concern though I have in covering the crown is the permanent shock-loss post HT which might happen for the weak miniaturising native hairs in that section This is a concern voiced by HT surgeons also. 2) Also I am equally lot more concerned about potential shock-loss to adjacent hairs in mid-scalp region which are healthy as of today. I am really skeptic that they don't suffer a shock loss (temporary or permanent) and HT becomes a trigger of their thinning out Here are inputs received from HT surgeons:- Dr. Radha: Keep/address crown as last priority and save donor grafts for frontal third. Wait for an yr or two and revisit if the area thins out more. If really want to get it done today need ~1000 grafts Dr. Bhatti: @ age of 30 should save on donor grafts as max possible. Covering crown today might result in net same look after 1 yr post temporary/permanent shockloss to existing native hairs. Either go for minm 1000-1200 grafts today or let it be and revisit when it has thinned out more. Dr. Prashant Yadav: ~500 beard grafts for crown (no scalp grafts) to just give minimal coverage today. Dr. Venkatram Mysore: Hold off for today. Instead go for PRP session for addressing the crown. Eugenix Hair Sciences: 1000-1200 grafts for crown. Only temporary shock loss might be there, no permanent. Based on my pics and above Dr. suggestions, would like a honest input/feedback from forum members whether or what are the resultant possibilities (both positive & negative) of getting the crown section addressed today or not. If YES, what's the approx minm number of grafts I need to give it a denser visual coverage post 1 yr after taking into account chances of shock loss. Can the shock-loss be alleviated somehow ?.. If NO, what's the alternatives as of today to prevent crown progression and perhaps regrow hair in existing thinned region. Medicines: I have been on Finasteride 0.5 mg per day off & on[mostly regular] over the past 5 yrs. Never started on minoxidil after initial few months in 2012 since I was tired of the twice daily application and given the fact I read the effects are only temporary at best and any laxity in regime lands oneself back to older baldness schedule. 1. Pls advise any other medications/treatment regimen which would help me save on crown progression? 2. Also pls give your honest feedback if I should go back and restart/retry Minoxidil asap ? Is it worth it in the long run? Treatments: I am thinking of going from PRP sessions for helping on crown but again have seen mixed feedback about it on the forum. Please provide inputs for same? Any other medications/treatment suggestable @ this age for me to help on saving the native hairs & further crown progression, pls do let know.
  17. Dear Members, After much of explore, suggestion, experience and results in this forum, I have done my HT from Dr. Radha. Thank you all for your support. Please find my experience, 19/02 - Landed in Vishakapatnam and reached the hotel the pioneer (FYI - http://www.thepioneerhotels.com/ ) It took 30 - 45 mins to reach the hotel from the airport. This hotel is very near to Radha clinic, just 2 mins walk. Hotel is very nice, clean and staffs are very cooperative. 20/02 - Morning at 7.40 am I reached the hotel, Radha staff talked in genearl about the HT, she took blood sample for blood tests. Dr. Radha came around 9 am, after few talks, she explored my hair density and hair line. She suggested to have around 2700 to 3000 grafts max due to lack of densisy in the donor area (around 65/sqcm). And went with procedure. she was interacting with me during procedure about if any pain and my comfort. And the entire procedure was painless. It ended around 6 pm. She suggested few medicine (antibiotic, pain clear and sleeping tables ). Took just antibiotice, avoided pain clear and sleep tablets as I did not have issues with those. 21/02 - Reached clinic around 10 pm, Radha staffs did the first hair wash and had talks with post 15 day care. And I started back to my home town in the evening. Attached few photos took in the clinic before and after HT.
  18. I like the saw tooth pattern of hair line that Dr. Radha provides. It gives more natural look. Please post before pics.
  19. Has anybody found anything more on Dr. Radha recently? I had just about settled on choosing her until the few most recent experiences with her are negative. I'm so disheartened and can't find anybody in my price range!
  20. Hi MayiraPochu, Thanks for the encouraging words... matter of fact I in my research timeframe I went through your entire dossier of Dr.Radha's surgery which indeed convinced me of getting a consult from her irrespective of some of the unsatisfied results around. Great write-up buddy and yes Happy Growing !.. Looking forward to your results & follow-up !!! Some replies/follow-up qns to your response: 1) "It easily needs about a 1000 grafts to bring about a decent transition between the transplanted and the native hair." I agree to the number .. around 800-1000 of them would give enough decent coverage for the density issue. But the main concern is will I be over-zealous right now to have this covered by addnl grafts or should I use it wisely later in future. From whatever I read in forum posts the average number of scalp donor hair a person has varies around ~5500 (not counting body hairs) [correct me if this number is misleading/incorrect]. I have already used up 2200 and extra minm 700 needed for (temples+crown) going by your figures.. which means I would have ~2600 lumpsump left in the bank. If I use up 1000 now for frontal density that just leaves me with 1600 for any potential mid-scalp/further crown loss in future. That's the part which scares me Anyways for this am leaving upto to Dr.Radha's & Dr Bhatti's feedback based on their acumen. 2) "500 grafts should do well on your crown if we were to accept her claim" I would be pleasantly surprised if Dr. Radha quotes something similar for me too (yet to get a reply ) Will it be possible for you to share your acquaintance's member-id. I can PM him individually to get an idea of his operation & feedback. Will definitely help a lot. Also if you din't mind asking why he opted for FUE next-time around as opposed to 1st time FUT? Was scalp-laxity an issue or just he din't want to redo FUT. How was the feedback for Dr.Radha' FUE surgery?.. this would be the 1st time I am reading a post about her FUE opn... also was the recipient area on frontal shaved off even if the case was to increase density only in that area? Also (forgive for my naive understanding of the HT process), will the doctor keep the native miniaturised hairs in the crown section intact in their place or will he/she be plucking them out and instead replacing with new grafts from the back donor area ? Also, I wasn't able to PM you. It opened a tab but nowhere to writeup msg. Am I missing something?
  21. Tedious read! Lol! I don't know where to begin. There s been a plethora of questions thrown around sporadically. Il try and be organised and answer as many I can. 1. I see a daylight between the transplanted hair and the native hair. From your accounts, I take it sparse density was given because of your scalp laxity limitations. It easily needs about a 1000 grafts to bring about a decent transition between the transplanted and the native hair. 2. Your crown might suffice with much lesser grafts than you estimate. An acquaintance of mine (Forum Member) got his crown work done last month with Dr. Radha. She estimated 200 grafts in his PreOp consult for a little smaller crown than yours. We both were shocked. She, in his words, said, "I have a trade secret that helps me achieve the crown illusion with much lesser grafts than my peers". I don't recall how many grafts he actually ended up getting. He did an FUE with her btw. Had a 1000 grafts put in for density in the front as well to strengthen his first transplant he got from her 2 years ago. 500 grafts should do well on your crown if we were to accept her claim. 3. You need to go on Fin BEFORE the surgery than after. If you are in no hurry, 6 months of Fin would be very good. If you are impatient, give it 2-3 months. I do not think you are in any danger of serious shock loss and permanent damage to your existing hair. 4. You are looking for a couple of hundreds in the temple. Roughly, it should all add up to 1700+/- grafts. That makes the Strip procedure worthwhile again. 5. As Dr. Bhatti's website says, you have lost the prime advantage of not having a linear scar by going the Strip route in your first attempt. I don't see why you should opt an FUE unless you can't handle the downtime a strip procedure brings along. And, you will have only one scar. Your previous scar will be replaced with the new one. 6. And lastly, you have hit the nail in the head in your assessments of the doctors. I endorse you word by word on that. Dr. Bhatti's is one of the most thorough website I have seen in the industry, with a wealth of information right down to dollar rates. His patient relations is excellent with his two reps here doing some commendable job. And as for Dr. Radha, she is lackadaisical when it comes to that part of the business, but, she more than makes it up with a good pair of hands and a solid skill set. I won't tell you which procedure or which doctor to choose. But, I will tell you this. It is time for a top up. Go for it mate. Enjoy your 30s!
  22. 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
  23. hai i all i did my transplant with her 1 year before from 6th month onwards i lost my trnsplanted her i tried to contact her 100 times and she just ignore me now almost my 80% trnsplanted hair loss last week i called hair luckily i got a chance to talk with her she even not care about my concern she just cut the phone i dont know what to do it s not single case there are some of the forum members have same experience with her 'baldboy' i dont know at what bases tshe become recommended doctot in this forum please 0d7b29f160d93b71f30ff799251676d51ca1d037b7938dd8b758e735520dd97cdont trust this forum do thorough homework before go to any doctor please avoide her
  24. Hi, I too had great HT from Dr. Radha. Hope you will get good results. Please keep posting. Thank you
  25. Firstly let me congratulate you on your HT! I know i am late but neverthless... I am personally big fan of Dr.Radha works and your thread clearly shows why she is the best FUT doc in India. I have one Question For how long you stayed in Hotel and how was the experience over there? Food? You didn't cover your head while returning home. Any tips?? I guess a soft bandana won't do harm but still shoot your inputs Again thank you for sharing your experience, do keep updating every month. Heal well mate P.S your writing skills are amazing!
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