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  1. So I got an online consult from Dr. Koray Erdogan at ASMED. He has gotten some good reviews on here. However, many people have noticed that the number of transplants he recommends is higher than other physicians. I'm sitting somewhere between a NW2 and NW3 with some diffuse thinning on the top of my head. Shockloss is a concern of mine. Dr. Koray Erdogan recommended I get 5000 grafts. This seems like a lot to me. I'm including the exact pictures I sent the doctor (except with my identity hidden.) to get your opinions. I used some powerful light on these photos. In dimmer light my hairline actually looks pretty good. Also, in the consult form I said multiple times that I previously had sexual sides from Finasteride and yet in the consult he recommended I use it. I sent a second email with the both these concerns and in response they stood by their initial consult. Let me know if you guys think that 5000 grafts is reasonable with my case. Thanks!
  2. Hello everyone I am planning to get a 3rd hair transplant done and would greatly appreciate some help and advice on the same as I am quite nervous about the same. BRIEF HISTORY- I am 28 year old male from India. I first got HT done in May 2014 (2500 grafts) from dr sohi ( reviva clinic) in Chandigarh. I was NW3 at that time. The result of the ht were average probably 75% growth. After waiting for 13-14 months for the growth the doctor agreed for the touchup of 700-800 grafts free of cost and the extraction and slit making was to be done by the doctor himself. Last time only some part was done by the doctor. Unfortunately if the 1st HT was average the touchup was worse. I noticed little or no growth and a waste of both time and grafts. When there was no growth the doctor REFUSED to meet when I visited his clinic 5-6 times AFTER calling him for an appointment and reaching shortly after. This is the thread I had created earlier. ( I have somehow lost access to the old account and thus created new one) PRESENT DAY- I am now planning to get HT done as soon as possible as I already wasted 2 years in not getting an appointment. I have read some great reviews of Dr Koray Erdogan here and am planning to finalise ASMED for the HT. I have attached some images of mine with both hair combed up and combed down and would be thankful if members can suggest inputs on the following queries- 1.) From the images roughly how many FUE would I need and do I have the donor area for the same? (My granddad is NW7 and my Dad is NW6 going towards NW7.) 2.) I was thinking to get SMP done along with HT. Because after HT regrowth takes 5-6 months and that time is difficult. However If I also get SMP done I can sport a shaved look. So can I get SMP done with HT? Is it recommended or it can have adverse affect on the HT. Last thing I want is failed 3rd transplant! 3.) Is there anything I should ask Dr Koray and ASMED in particular before booking appointment? 4.) Does Dr Koray have a repesentative here whom I can contact for any doubts. 1 other person here had a case similar to mine (not good result at reviva and another transplant with ASMED). Unfortunately the person didnt post after few months so I am curious to know how the final result turned out to be. This is his thread. https://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/topic/41052-my-hair-transplant-fue-3800-graft-dec-2014-with-dr-koray-erdogan-at-asmed-istanbul/ Just to confirm I have used minoxidil in the past but not using it since 1-2 years and have never used finasteride as not comfortable using the same. I would be thankful to all the members who can help Me in finalising the treatment and get it done with. Hairloss has already wasted lots of years of My life. Hope to get it resolved ASAP.
  3. I recently contacted Dr. Koray Erdogan from ASMED because I am interested in having a 2nd transplant. My first one was 9 months ago with ARTAS robot from Dr. Shelley Friedman and I feel the yield was lower than what it should have been. Erdogan said I have to actually fly to meet him in person for a consultation because sometimes ARTAS causes too much damage for a 2nd transplant to be possible and he can't tell through pictures and would have to inspect me in person to evaluate possible damage making me inoperable. Does anyone have any experience or knowledge of the likelihood that my first ARTAS procedure will cause so much damage that Erdogan will end up refusing to do my 2nd procedure?
  4. SUMMARY 4105 graft FUE performed over two days (About two weeks ago, 14th and 15th July) to restore my hairline and reinforce the mid-scalp and vertex. Dr. Erdogan strongly recommended staying on Finasteride to maintain density in the vertex, and that is my plan for the foreseeable future. Day 1: • 2000 grafts placed in hairline (density of 50 FU/cm2 over an area of 40cm2) Day 2: • 1200 grafts placed in mid-scalp (density of 24 FU/cm2 over an area of 50cm2) • 900 grafts placed in vertex (density of 18 FU/cm2 over an area of 50cm2) So you can see what my hair was like, with receding hairline and loss of density throughout: And here is a photo they took during extraction where you can see the three recipient areas marked (hairline, mid-scalp, and vertex) MY BACKGROUND I am 31 years old. Hair loss started around 20 or 21, and I started on Finasteride by 22. I have taken it consistently since then, for awhile doing 1.25mg/day. For awhile I was dissolving Proscar in alcohol to get a solution and I experimented with lower doses (as low as 0.2mg once every three days. I think that dosage was less effective for me, though I can’t say I studied it rigorously. In the weeks before my FUE I ramped back up to 1.25 mg/day, and plan to stay at this dose for at least the next 15 months as I understood this time after the FUE to be critical. After that point I might try again to lower my dose, though probably not as much as before. CHOOSING ASMED Advice on this forum was very useful; ASMED stood out for quality and price-competitiveness. I had two online consultations done: • Dr. Feriduni quoted 2500-3500 grafts for the hairline and mid-scalp • Dr. Erdogan quoted 3400-3800 grafts for the hairline and mid-scalp Both clinics have great reputations and undoubtedly do great work, at this point the price difference was too much to ignore. Making the decision even easier was that ASMED could schedule me in at a perfect date so I confirmed with ASMED. COMMUNICATION AND LOGISTICS My emails to the clinic were all handled by Sema, who would be my point of contact before, during, and after the procedure. She was by my side during the procedure to take care of any need, translate when needing to communicate with the technicians, etc. The arrival was quite easy: the ASMED driver picked me up at the airport and drove me straight to the clinic. Depending on when you arrive, you might have your consultation immediately, or maybe not until the next day. I arrived at 7pm so no consultation that day. Instead, once I was in the ASMED car the driver had me speak by phone with Sema so that she could ask me what food I wanted for dinner. As you may know, you have two options for accommodation: the clinic itself, and the nearby Radisson Hotel. I recommend the following: • For the nights before, during, and one night after the procedure I strongly recommend staying in the clinic. I did this, and was so glad. After sitting in the same position for hours, having thousands of holes poked in your scalp, what a relief it is to just go up a few floors and be able to lie on a hospital bed that you can recline perfectly. I was exhausted and wouldn’t want to imagine having to get into a car (even for just the five minute drive) and go into a hotel, call room service, etc. It is just far more comfortable and safe to be right in the clinic during those few critical days. I wish I took some photos to show you guys, but the room in the clinic looks basically like a nice business hotel room (Starwood, Hilton, etc.), but with a hospital bed instead of a hotel bed. You have breakfast and lunch downstairs, and dinner they will order whatever you want and bring it to your room. Every afternoon they bring you a nice healthy snack of things like watermelon, hazelnuts, etc. • The day after the surgery I went down from my room to the clinic for removal of the bandage on the donor area and hair-washing. I then packed up my things and they dropped me off at the Radisson, where I stayed for 3-4 nights. It was nice to be in a hotel, so I felt a little bit more in the real world. While here I basically just laid around doing post-op care (dealing with swelling, spraying ATP every hour), reading, and ordering room service. • Once my swelling was totally gone and I felt I had a bit more energy, I checked out of the Radisson and moved into an Airbnb on the European side of the city. This I did because I wanted to stick around for about 10 days before flying. While on the point of logistics, the recent terror attack and coup attempt in Turkey might give some of you second thoughts but honestly I don’t think you should worry. The clinic is on the Asian side of the city, quite far away from anything touristic or that could be considered a target. The coup attempt happened the night after my procedure was finished and I slept through everything (other than being woken up in the middle of the night by loudspeaker announcements to loyalists to take to the streets) CONSULTATION This consisted of some photos, basic medical tests, analysis of my follicles, and also blasting my face and hair with some laser that apparently helps them make calculations for the hairline. Then I met with Dr. Koray Erdogan, who was really very friendly. We discussed a few things such as: • My use of Finasteride, and he asked if I was willing to continue with it. He was quite glad to hear that I was planning to stick with it. • My vertex. From the online consultation based on the photos I sent, he thought that my loss in the vertex was miniaturization and could be controlled with Finasteride. But in person he saw that part of the loss there was actual hair loss so he asked if I might be alright going above the 3400-3800 graft quotation to do 4100 grafts, in order to transplant some there. • My expectations, and plan for future loss. In looking at my photos and asking me about family hairloss, Dr. Erdogan suggested that I might be progressing towards Norwood VI eventually. He calculated a donor capacity of 8100 grafts so we briefly discussed what a future procedure might look like. Here I wish I had pushed a bit more for calculations on surface area and follicle density, so that I could understand in a more quantified way what a second procedure in years to come might look like. PROCEDURE Here is where some people criticize ASMED as Dr. Erdogan is not personally involved in every step. As you may have read elsewhere, his role is to plan the transplant, design the hairline, and make the incisions. You may be uncomfortable that the doctor does not do the extractions or transplantation, but the clinic’s results speak for themselves. For the extraction, they used 0.7mm punches for the parietal/side and 0.9mm for the occipital/rear. I had planned to pay the EUR300 for the optional PRP treatment but they threw it in for me. After first day of procedure: After both days were finished: Donor area after both days: RECOVERY Day 1 after procedure: They gave me some Advil for pain but I took my last Advil this morning and didn’t use any after then. Swelling starts to appear by the end of the day in the forehead. Sleeping on the neck pillow sucks, especially with the donor area still raw and a bit sore. Days 2-4: swelling moves down my face, and I pass through distinct phases, looking first like some random alien in a low-budget sci-fi with a bulbous head, and then later on looking like some brute who’s had his face bashed in at the pub a few too many times. During this time I figured out the neck pillow would be more comfortable if I have it barely inflated, so that the central part where my head rests has no air in it, but there is air in the sides, so that in case my head turns sideways it gets stopped and cushioned. Days 5-8: Swelling is gone; at this time thousands of tiny scabs fall off the donor wounds. Some scabs in the recipient area start falling off. Day 5 photos: Day 9: The recipient scabs all feel loose so today while shampooing I rubbed them all off. Day 9 (before removing scabs): Day 10: Day 17: Day 21: Now in the ugly duckling phase as shedding has started but redness has yet to really fade. They told me my skin is a bit sensitive so my redness is a bit worse than would be typical. And the high density implanted into the hairline makes it worse. 4 weeks out: Really in ugly duckling phase now as most of the transplanted hairs have fallen out. Luckily the redness seems to have started to fade. I tried to manage lighting conditions in these photos but I have moved over the past week so I couldn't keep things identical. (will happen again in a few weeks as I'm just in an airbnb while I search for a permanent apartment). And now here I am popping biotin and MSM to try to get these hairs to sprout up a little more quickly (in addition to Finasteride of course). I have to admit to being a bit nervous, worrying about sunburn from 90 minutes spent outside even though I was wearing a hat, etc. I suppose the best thing to do at this stage is to try to not overthink things, and just be patient. I know this was long, but hopefully it helps some of you. I have a huge debt to this forum from the many, many detailed posts here so I’m hoping that my experience can give someone else here the confidence to go for it and do it!
  5. Hey guys I’m for a long time following this forum but was not active until now. I want to share with you my experience in Asmed clinic. A little bit background I’m 24 years old. I have began to lose hair since I’m 18 years old but the process was very slow.. In the past 2 years things begin to move faster and in the last year it’s began also in my crown area, and it started to really bother me. I understood that if I will not do anything within2-3 years I will be bald. I started to read and then in February I began using a Minoxi and then in May also Finasteride. In August I scheduled a hair transplant with doctor Koray. The procedure: I arrived to Istanbul at noon time and I was so nervous. The driver has been waiting for me at the airport and took me straight to the clinic and then I did all the health check and the live consultation and we decided on 5,000 grafts 2500 in the front and temple area and 2500 in the middle and vertex area. On this day I have met a few patients and they were doing the surgery and one patient came for the second procedure. I also met the doctor and all of his staff and I saw the clinic and that made me very relaxed and comfortable with my decision. The surgery took 2 days, on the first day they did the front and on the second the rest. Everything went very well and except for the anesthesia, it did not hurt only a little bit when they took the hair from the donor area. The majority of the transplant procedure I have been sleeping. The day after I did the first washing they showed me how to properly wash my head. And after the driver picked me up to drive to the airport. I want to say a huge thank you for this forum and for all the people that shared their experience and for assisting me to make my decision. Also a huge thank you for DR Koray and all of his staff making my experience the best they can. Last but not least for my patients coordinator Suvenic that always answered my mail and my question. In here I will share a few pictures and I will update more pictures within the next few months. Please cross your fingers for me for I have the best regrowth. If you have question please feel free to ask. One day 6 days 8 days
  6. So, originally i wasnt going to post my progress on here, but ther more i think about it, and the more i find myself browsing the forums the more i think i should, mostly to help other people who have or are thinking about going ahead with the procedure. Backstory so im a 25 years old, and i was suffering with hairloss from the age of about 18, so for someone who takes care with there appearance this effected my life dramatically, to begin with i was in a kind of denial about it, and i sort of just lived with it, but as the years went by i slowly became obsessed with it, developed a sort of complex over it, and it became harder and harder to hide, i was on the right track to looking like bobby chalton haha, a mixture of hair fibres, a peticular routine of drying, straightening and hairspraying my hair into place. i slowly started losing more and more confidence and became more and more self conscience, to the point where it was ruining my quality of life, couldnt do the things i enjoyed anymore ie swimming, any physical activies, became like a weatherman checking the weather everyday because the rain or high winds would put me off going out, yeah you get the point..., it became rediculous, some of you might get it some might think i was being stupid, but it got to the point where i had to change something, thats when i started researching hair transplants, after hours and days reseaching i made the choice to go with dr erdogan. His results and other peoples experiances were faultless, he seemed very proffesional and experieanced. ASMED expericence Il try and keep this short because i could go on forever about my experience. But of course if you have any questions feel free to ask, il try and answer them the best i can. I live in UK so i had to travel to turkey where i was greeted by the asmed driver, who is a overall great guy, very friendly. The staff at asmed clinic are second to none, they really do make the differance in the whole experiance, some of the most caring, attentive, friendly people ive come across, it really made you feel at home the whole time, the little details like the foot and leg massages and ipad to watch films and there constant efforts to talk to you and make sure your okay ect really put me at ease throughtout, dr Erdogan is a true proffesional, a perfectionist i would say, he was very imformative, reasurring, and funny, you can tell he has a real passion for what he does and i knew i made the right decision to go with him, the procedure was tireing come the end of the day, uncomfortable at times but soon dealt with but the injections to numb the pain, i would highly recommend staying at the hotel they recommend it was amazing, clean, and the breakfast in the mornings was sooo good, the flight home was a little uncomfortable, purely for the fact i was walking round in a busy airport and plane with propbably a few stares, i tried not to take notice tbh but it was a nice relief to get home and take it all in, ive finally gone ahead with it and its done, now for the waiting game... Here are a few photos taken at asmed to show the extent of my hairloss..
  7. Dear members of the forum, in this thread I will present my 3200 grafts FUE procedure with Asmed clinic. I was in Istanbul from 16th to 20th december 2014, and my surgery took place between 18th and 19th of december (during two days). INTRODUCTION I'm 28 years old, and this was not my first HT. I had FUE surgery of approximately 2500 grafts (my previous surgeon didn't inform me of my graft count or provided direct post-op pictures) when I was 26, in december 2012. Needless to say, I wasn't very satisfied with the outcome of my first surgery. Although I did some research, I rushed into it. I was using 5% minoxidile several years prior to the first surgery, and it seemed to me that it lost its effect in my case because I noticed my hairloss got worse during 2012. In that time, I was avoiding finasteride, fearing the possibility of getting side effects described by some of its users. Also, I was unrealistic and did not properly evaluated the grade of my hairloss (thought in that time that I was solid NW 3V, in reality I was going toward NW 4, with a bit of thinning over frontal forelock and middle scalp), and although my surgeon (not recommended in HRN) noticed that I have lot of thinned hair, she did not specified that I would surely need follow-up surgery. My first surgery was partial success. Grafts were implanted from hairline to vertex all over the scalp, and did not provide much coverage and density. Moreover, regrowth was slow and not completely succesful, especially in the temples and frontal third, leaving me with very thin and see-through hairline. I must say that they at least did a good job in my donor area, and did not depleted or scarred it much. I was also dissapointed with the lack of communication and replies from my former clinic, so I decided to try to finish the procedure somewhere else. I started to read various hairloss forums, of which Hair Restoration Network was among the most informative, and was slowly making decision about choosing a new surgeon. I was considering several recommended clinics in Europe and Turkey. Since I have tight scalp and like to cut my hair short in the back and sides, FUT was not an option for my repair. Dr. Erdogan and Asmed clinic seemed to have great ratio of price and reviews, and nicely documented cases. Moreover, I managed to contact several people who had their HTs with Asmed and were very satisfied with their results. So in november 2013 I contacted Denny, Asmed representative in this forum, and sent him pictures for dr. Erdogan to evaluate my case. I was informed that my hairloss does not look stable and that I should try finasteride for several months before deciding whether am I a good candidate. So I put my fear aside and tried Proscar (1.25 mg daily), and after several months and no side effects at all it seemed to me that it made some benefits to improve my condition. My crown and mid scalp hairs thickened a bit, and I even saw some weak hairs in the hairline where previously there were none. I would not say that finasteride caused some significant regrowth or completely stopped hairloss, but it certainly stabilised and improved condition of my hair. So, I contacted Asmed in July with new pictures and this time dr. Erdogan evaluated my condition as suitable for a HT, and suggested me two options. First was a bigger, 4000+ grafts session to cover up all thinning areas of the scalp, and other was to undergo a 3200 grafts surgery for fixing the hairline, frontal third and part of midscalp. Since my previous surgery I was a bit sceptic toward HT-s, so I decided to go for a more cautious 3200 grafts surgery, and maybe a follow up for the crown when I see the result of the first surgery (if satisfying), after a year or so. After that I had a long correspodence with Gianluca from Asmed, during which he was answering my techical questions, and was helping me to book my surgery. Needless to say, he was very professional and supportive and answered my emails as fast as he could, usually between several hours to one day of delay at most. I wired my 1000 Euro deposit to Asmed bank account as a confirmation for booking. My surgery was booked for 18th and 19th december 2014. CONSULTATION AND PRE-SURGERY PROCESS I arrived in Istanbul on december 16th, in 23:50 PM. I was picked by the clinic's driver at the Ataturk airport and brought to the Radisson Blu Asia hotel in Atasehir, some five minutes walk from the Asmed clinic. I wont't describe hotel into details, it is enough to say that I had no complaints whatsoever and felt really good during my four nights stay. Tomorrow, december 17th, at 8 AM I was informed that driver will pick me up at 9:30 for my live consultation with dr. Erdogan. So I had breakfast in the hotel and went to the clinic. Assigned translator welcomed me in the clinic's lobby. Before I entered, I had to cover lower part of my footware with plastic cover (they have specialised automated device for it). After brief and kind introduction I was brought to the photo studio where they made photo documentation of my hair pre-op condition. They made pictures with dry and wet hair from several different angles. Following that, I went for a electrocardiogram and blood test. We came back to the lobby and had a short break while waiting for dr. Erdogan, during which I was reading patient brochure and detailed informations about surgery and post-surgical period. After some 10 minutes dr. Erdogan came and introduced himself. One of the patients who had his surgery day before was leaving for the airport and dr. wished him farewell. I followed dr. Erdogan and translator to his office, where we discussed my operation in details. His english is very good so I had no problems understanding him, so I easily followed his explanations. He inspected and measured my donor area, and cut some hairs for diameter measuring. He already had pictures of my hair that were taken half hour prior to consultation, and a whole computer folder with files dedicated to my case. I was informed that I have great donor, with hair diameter of 60 microns, and some 8000 grafts left for future procedures. This was a surprise for me. Since I already had HT of app. 2500 grafts, I thought that I wouldn't have more than 5000 grafts left at most. It seems that I am one of those lucky guys with almost 10000 grafts for FUE only. After I told my aims and dr. explained what to expect from a procedure we agreed that I will receive 3200 grafts, of which most will be implanted in hairline, following frontal third and weaker part of midscalp. We decided to leave the crown for now, because it would need at least 1500-2000 more grafts to drastically improve it, and because it is not looking that bad and can be easily covered with Toppik or Nanogen. Dr. had displays in his office which he is using to check undergoing surgeries while he is not present in the surgery rooms. We also discussed PRP treatment. Dr. explained to me that it has no effect whatsoever to boost the hair growth or improve hair density or diameter of the original hair, etc., but is mainly used to accelerate recovery time of the skin and that it could possibly reduce intensity of redness or itching sensation. I was curious to see would it have some effect in my case since I could compare my recovery with one from the previous surgery, and decided to go for it. The whole consultation and surgery planning with dr. Erdogan took app. 45-50 minutes. Afterwards, I went to their financial office and payed the surgery (1000 Eur deposit + 7000 Euros at the clinic), mandatory medications (240 Euros), driver pick-ups (120 Euros), PRP treatment (300 Euros) and the hotel (320 Euros). After that, I went to the hair saloon where they cut my hair and cleaned the scalp. Dr. then took some more pictures with a shaven hair, and designed my new hairline, very similar to my hairline from the first surgery, which I liked. It is half a centimeter higher than my original hairline, but since my forehead is not too tall, it is still looking good. It would serve me no purpose to have a lower hairline and a depleted donor area without chance to fix vertex, since my hairloss was and would be going toward higher Norwood if I did not undergone HT-s and did not use finasteride. First pictures are taken in the clinic. Dry&wet pre-surgery
  8. Dear all, I have benefitted from this forum in the past and am repaying the help by posting my experience on here. Feel free to ask any questions. I am 29 years old, Indian, but grew up in London. I started losing my hair when I was 19. By 22-23, it was very advanced, and I started taking propecia and minoxidil. I also had a laser comb but could not be bothered to do this anymore. I feel that my hair loss was genetics, but also a very bad diet when younger, being nocturnal, partying too much, some depression/ anxiety throughout my twenties and also working at an investment bank, where I was working 18 hours a day with a very great deal of stress. I have made some changes now and am trying to live much more healthily. I used nanogen (toppik alternative) between 26-and 29, and I hated using it and think it contributed to some hair loss. Wearing Nanogen hair fibres was really inhibiting my social and professional life, as the powder had less and less to hold on to, so my hair always looks powdery and I was paranoid at people staring at it. I was always concious of it, so once after a particularly windy and rainy day I said enough was enough of the and decided on a hair transplant! I was always against the idea of having a hair transplant as I thought it was a bit vain. But I think you only have one life, you want to feel confident and look your best. With hindsight, I am so happy I finally took the plunge after a year of really researching it. I preferred FUE rather than FUT as I don't want a scar. I can see a scar on someone a mile off. FUE scars are smaller, you can still see it, but it's not as dominating in my opinion My Expectations I had my head shaved when younger and think it actually suits me. However being a NW4/5 with a shaved head makes me look 40. So I was very realistic. I only wanted a decent coverage on my crown and a natural looking hairline. I was going to keep my hair at grade 1-3 from now on, so though some hair top-up would be good. So, in looking for a doctor, I wanted someone who would give me a good hairline and make it look natural and give me aesthetic coverage on the crown, making a little bit of hair look like a lot Choosing a doctor Online forums are very important, as you all know, and so I looked at what people said and looked at before and after pics. I decided to narrow to Dr Reddy (Private Clinic, Harley St), Dr Erdogan, Dr Bisanga and Dr Doganay. I met all the doctors face to face. I met Dr Reddy twice, both times he said 5000 grafts, but all in the front. Dr Bisanga said 2500 grafts initially in the front, and Dr Doganay also said 5000 but spread over. Dr Erdogan said 5000, 4000 in the front, and 1000 over the crown. He said you wont have too much on the crown, but better to focus on the front hairline, which I agreed with. I chose Dr Erdogan because I really liked the brand new clinic, I also met a previous patient there who had a very good post-donor area (no scars), and the staff seemed really professional. Also I preferred manual extraction rather than use a robot. I also thought their price was reasonable. Dr Reddy was GBP2.5 per graft, Bisanga was EUR5 for first 1000 and 3 for rest, and Doganay was EUR 2.5. But cost really wasn't an issue. An extra 1-2k here and there is not as important as having a good doctor who will give you a good result for a long number of years. Better to go with the best than settle and regret I think. Procedure Sevinc was my coordinator / translator. She was fantastic throughout the whole experience - very good English, lots of advice and guidance. I worked with her to sort out all the logistics, she was prompt and reliable. I booked 22/23 Jan 2015. I arrived in 21st, and went for blood test, BP Test, and hairline design by Dr. Erdogan, and then head buzzed down to grade 0. It was permanent marker. I also paid in cash and then was picked up for the HT on Thursday at 715. I stayed at Radisson Blu hotel which is fantastic (80 EUR for each night, and I took 4 days) I can't remember all the times and names as I was under anasthetic but I'll give a summary below I arrived early morning, had some breakfast at the clinic. Then I went downstairs, changed into their clothes, then went to the basement floor where there is a patient waiting room, leading to three operation theatres. In the waiting room, I met the anasthesiologist doctor who was able to give me some pills for painkilling. I then chose two movies to watch (Hangover and Social Network) and then went to the oepration theatre. I was very nervous at this point! However they took my blood pressure and it was time to start. Day was split into four parts, extraction, graft hole creation and then implantation and then a final check up with Dr Erdogan. Quick point now about the language issue - you will have a translator with you at all times, so it was never an issue. Most of the staff in the operation room have limited English but the translator is there throughout the day to communicate to everyone and it never was a problem, which I thought it might be. Extraction: In the room you have four people with you, the translator, one person to take the grafts out through manual extraction, one person to gather the grafts and one person to check the grafts were good. They started with local anasthetic. This was quite painful and they applied it to the left side of my donor area and eventually that side went numb. However from time to time you will feel pain, at which point you tell the team that they need to apply a bit more anasthetic there. This lasted 4-5 hours to take 2500 grafts. It was very long and I admired that the team was so efficient. They were going very quick. I only felt pain perhaps 4-5 times, but that was just a little pain, whch goes once they apply some anasthetic there. I watched the movie and then another one. The anasthetic doctor kept checking on my to make sure I was fine. Dr Erdogan also came in to check everything was fine. As well my operation, I think there were two others going on at the same time as well. Once it was done, they bandaged up the donor area. Then I went back to the patient room and had a very nice lunch. I was feeling a bit dizzy but the team always checked on me and gave me some muffins and juice. Graft hole creation After lunch, I went back to my operating theatre. First involved putting in local anasthetic to my front line recipient area. It was again quite painful. About 12-15 injections to the front of my scalp and it became numb. Again it is important to make sure you are happy with their checks (where they poke you to see if you feel anything), otherwise you will feel a pain when the Dr is making the holes. Once the injections were done, the Dr began to create the holes for the grafts. This took about 40 mins. Implantation They immediately started putting the grafts in to the holes after the Dr finished. In the room there was the translator, the person handing out the grafts, and the implanter. This laster for about 5 hours I think. I was done by about 630. THis wasn't painful but I did get some back pain from being not mobile for so long. However I watched some movies and was able to stop the procedure and sit up a few times. The tema were very nice and accommodation to my requests to stop when I wanted. I also admired their ability to go for such a long time! In the day I also got a neck and foot massage which was nice. I was very happy it was done. I saw in the mirror how it looked. It looked bloody but I was very happy how it looked. Dr Erdogan came in and checked it was fine and signed off. I went back to the hotel, applied the spray and the ice pack, and slept on the airpillow which was hard. My head was sore, but I eventually fell asleep. Day 2 Same as day 1. Tis time extraction from the right side of my head. In the morning I had a point where I thought I was about to faint. I am not sure if I had enough food that morning, but I stopped the procedure and had to sit up. I seriously felt I could not get through the day for a minute or two and got scared. But then I got a painkiller, ate a couple of cakes and juice and then felt much better. NOTE: It is very important to have a good breakfast, full of fibre and slow releasing energy. I think I had just pancakes and sugary crap at the Radisson hotel! The pain related to someone holding my head whilst they were extracting the donor grafts. I felt a bit claustrophobic and they gave me about 15 mins to recover, which helped. In the afternoon I actually fell asleep for a while! 5000 grafts over two days is long procedure, but I really think the clinic did it very efficiently. For extraction they make patients sit up which I think is good. Other clinics have you sleeping all day long. Once it was done I was very happy. Dr Erdogan came in and checked it was fine and I was happy and I went back to the hotel. Same ATP spray, and Ice pack procedure. My head felt numb, it felt stretched. But hey, I just went through a massive procedure where my head got pricked about 10,000 times! It is bound to feel strange. There wasn't too much blood loss. I stopped minoxdil 1 month before the process, which I think may have caused some bleeding, given that they request you stop it 2 months before. I will not be using minoxidil any more after the procedure. I want to reduce the amount of the time I spend tending to my head, after the nanogen era! I just want to pop a propecial pill and vitamin tablet and got on with my day. Day 3 I came in on Saturday for the bandage removal from donor area. They washed the recipient area and put antiseptic cream on the donor area. I then went back to the hotel and tried to get to sleep! I got good guidance on how to wash the area. Post Operation days 1-10: I am writing this on day 10! I decided to stay in Istanbul for ten days as I had two weeks off, I needed a holiday and I also wanted to make sure I was washing the area correctly for the first 10 days. I was having real problems with the airpillow for the first 5 days. You can't sleep on the side or on you face as it may dislodge the grafts. I Was paranoid I would sleep on it, so I made sure I was always face up. It was very hard to sleep for more than 2-3 hours at a time, but I did sleep and have naps through the day. Also the donor area was very sore to sleep on, so I had to take some paracetemol. Every day I went to the clinic in the morning to wash the hair and remove the crusts. The clinic was fantastic in making sure it was done as perfectly as possible. I was paranoid that as my scalp was still numb, i wouldnt be able to tell how hard I was pressing, so I decided to get their help doing it, which was perfect. It was so relaxing to get this done, after resisting the urge all day to touch your head! BY day 6-7 the donor area crusts were coming off. By day 10, the clinic washings meant thay all the crusts were off over my entire head. I have to admit that for a couple of days my donor area was so scatchy I couldn't resist rubbing it, and have the donor scabs fall off. Once they fell off, the area became less scratchy. I am on day 10 now, And I really like how it looks. I realise that most of the hair may fall off soon as part of the process. However it looks great and just how I thought it would look. I think that as only have 2000 grafts left, I may decide in 6 months to get some body hair transplant to the crown to get some extra coverage, but that is just an idea. I am happy with it now I will keep posting pics every couple of months. On a side note, I spent days sightseeing around the beautiful city of Istanbul and eating as amazing restaurants. Message me if you want any tips! Verdict on Dr Erdogan and ASMED clinic: I can 100% recommend ASMED clinic for a hair transplant. They are simply fantastic. Sevinc was an excellent patient coordinator. The Dr was fantastic and gave me a very natural looking hairline and density. The technical staff/ nurses/ hair washing team were efficient, kind, friendly and knowledgable. Every person passing you in the clinic gave you a smile and you felt really taken care of. Every wish you had, they would address and take care of you. The clinic itself was state of the art, brand new, and shiningly clean (if that's a word!). All in all, excellence from top to bottom and I would whole heartedly recommend that if you want to go for a hair transplant, you should consider Dr Erdogan. Let me know below if you have any questions
  9. Hi guys, has anyone gone to Erdogan, I would really like to skype about your experiences and your results please. Do let me know. Thank you Arun
  10. Hello Everyone 35 Year old Male from India with 3V diffuse thinning. Had my 2nd hair transplant FUE 3800 Grafts dec 2014 at ASMED, Istanbul with Dr. Koray Erdogan Since I was not Happy with my 1st HT results from other clinic so I have repeated the procedure to same areas to add density. For Brief details about my 1st Hair Transplant at other clinic in India in dec 2012 you can check my Thread link below:- http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/eve/169007-fue-hair-transplant-dr-prabdeep-sohi-reviva-clinic-chandigarh-india.html 2nd HT Journey:- I had an online consultation first and had an opportunity to visit Istanbul so I also had a personal Consultation as well in june 2014 with Dr Koray (Also Dr Hakan in Antalya) The Asmed clinic (mini hospital) looked very posh and busy and Dr Koray was very helpful in clearing my doubts and queries on my personal consultation. Sevinj my Interpreter was very helpful throughout in my email / personal consultation and Final surgery. Dr Koray speaks English very well. But for communication with the Staff & technicians Sevinj was always around. After returning back to India I booked for my HT for 29th December 2014 with deposit of 1000 Euro. Reached Istanbul on 26th dec Morning. Stayed in Radisson blu which was booked by the clinic , being close to the clinic they have a contract with them to provide discounted price for first 5 days to their patients (80 Euro/night including breakfast), cheaper than booking online yourself as It was 120 Euro/night including breakfast). Same day afternoon went to the clinic for shaving my hair, deciding/marking hairline, photo session and blood samples for tests & PRP Treatment. Dr koray starts surgery early morning and prefer this pre-op rituals 1 day before. Since the clinic is closed on weekends so I had to go through this process on 26th dec i.e Friday and wait in the hotel for my surgery on Monday (So Avoid Mondays if you don’t want to reach there early:)) Since I was shaved and marked on Friday I used a Cap till Monday to roam around beautiful Istanbul. The Clinic also provides you with their custom Hat, in my case I already brought many with me, since I knew the drill being my 2nd HT. Day 1:- I was picked by Clinic transfer service 7:00 AM (Transfer charges 30 Euro) along with 3 other Patients staying in the same hotel. So we were total 4 person having HT in the same day. I had a concern about it throughout that how this was to be pulled off having 4 surgeries with average 2000 grafts in a day/person coming to 8000 grafts in a day/person. Reached the clinic, greeted well and immediately changed clothes and checked for re-shave any hairs slightly grown in 2 days. Test reports were checked and approved for further movement to the surgery room downstairs where i got 1 locker to keep my clothes and I also chose 1 movie to be seen at the time of surgery. I realized that the clinic has 4 surgery rooms downstairs, so 4 patients per day is routine. They have enough techs n staff for this. First Day was dedicated to hairline area and Crown for Second day. I must confess here that after slight concern realizing 4 patients per day and how it will be pulled off with good quality work, I got introduced to another concern when the surgery was started with graft extraction by techs and without presence of Dr Koray. Then I realized that the extractions are done by the techs and not by Dr Koray. Dr Koray only performs Incisions. Techs do extractions & implantation. Dr Koray did come in between to extract 80 odd grafts and went, same with other 3 patients. I think this was primarily for 2 reasons, (1) To keep himself in the practice of extraction, and/or (2) To make patients feel comfortable showing his presence. I am sure that the clinic hires highly skilled Techs only and as long as my HT turns out satisfactory I have no issues with this, but since I have gone through one average HT in the past so this will keep me slightly concerned until 8-12 months post op. After 4 hours of extraction, we had a lunch break and post lunch we started with the incision part with Dr Koray and final implantation with the techs. We finished Day 1 around 4 p.m and all 4 were transferred to the Hotel. We were provided with Pain killer medicine (which I did not require) & Neck support pillows to avoid direct contact of the head to anything which disturbs/dislocate the new grafts while sleeping. It was still not comfortable though, so I preferring sleeping without it with caution. Day 2:- This day was dedicated for crown area and Side Bridge joining crown to hairline. The process was same as Day 1, only addition was that PRP was injected this day. We ended the day around 5 a.m and after photo session we went to the hotel. Day:-3 We were again picked up in the morning for head wash and were provided with the shampoo & cream KIT for head wash for next 10 days. Also with the documents showing the hair/graft bifurcation, picture of it uploaded in this thread. I pre-planned my stay for 10 days considering face swelling will take 7 days to subsidize, so I stayed back in the hotel. Had another head wash at the clinic on 7th day post HT and then return back to my country. I have been advised to start finasteride if not regularly than atleast 12 months post op. I had side effects 3 years back when I used Finpecia (product of Cipla) for 3-4 months and had to quit, the side effect took 8 months to go out of my system. So I am not sure about it. Though I have started taking 1mg per day now, will see how much time I will continue before I give up. Future expectation:- Since i have used most of my donor hairs, so i am mentally prepared for having another 5000 grafts HT in future.May be 1000 scalp + 4000 body grafts. I have thick body hairs so am i positive for covering full area of my head with it. When i may opt for my 3rd HT shall depend on whether i continue with finasteride or not after 1 year and also till how much time i feel comfortable using Toppik (if i have to use it ) Question:- I am having hard time finding an online site which deliver Propecia to India as most of them says worldwide delivery but at the payment process do not show India as an option. If anyone has a clue than let me know.I bought 1 month pack of propecia from the Asmed clinic, now i have locally bought Finpecia (product of Cipla) and using it. Thanks.
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