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  1. Background: I am of Asian background and currently residing in Australia. Naturally my head size and forehead is larger than normal which makes any balding or receding hairline more noticeable in comparison to others. I noticed that I started dropping more hair in my mid 20s and significantly once I reach 30s (due to younger days lifestyle, work stress, hereditary, etc) At one point, I shaved bald for couple of years (low maintenance and I think I looked decent). I have tried numerous medications, tonic, supplements, shampoo etc but the only medication which worked effectively is from a hair specialist doctor in Malaysia which formulated his own day and night tablets and Finasteride. The day and night meds were effective for the first 1.5 years which I experienced significant growth including facial hair but the effects soon wore out. Medication were quite expensive to maintain monthly as well but cost is insignificant at that time. I didn’t want to continue Finasteride as I was feeling the side effects (less libido) despite the hair growth. After much research through forums and discussions with other patients, I decided to finally take the plunge to do hair transplant this year. As I normally have long break from work only during the Christmas period, I started planning for the journey mid 2018. I was choosing between 2 doctors, Dr X from Bangkok (to remain anonymous) and Dr Tejinder Bhatti. Thailand would be an easier journey due to the distance from Australia (not transit required) and I am very familiar with the country. Chandigarh, India was very much a foreign country for me and the total journey will take more than 24 hours with few transits. After much communication with both the doctors, I decided to book Dr Bhatti from Darling Buds on 25 December for FUE (Yes, my own Christmas gift). Reasons for this decision but not limited to the below includes: 1. Communication is the key especially when this is considered a ‘minor surgery’ and Dr Bhatti is very effective in responding to all of my queries. At one point, he even reassured not to worry and I will be in good hands. 2. Dr Bhatti didn’t overpromised nor did he under promised 3. The surgery cost itself is very reasonable and overall cost including multiple flights and accommodation (5 star reputable hotels) is still manageable. I decided that I would like to splurge on this trip as part of my holidays. I stayed 7 days in Chandigarh and 6 days in Kochin. 4. Personally spoke to 2 friends of my colleagues who had undertaken the surgery with Dr Bhatti and they gave their positive feedback which helped in my decision making. 5. Dr Bhatti only performs one surgery per day (unless it minor surgery with less grafts, he may fit 2 but rarely). E-mail Consultation: I was quoted 2,800 to 3,000 grafts for the hairline, temple points and the midscalp. I was instructed to stop finasteride and whey protein intake immediately so that the transplanted hairs will be based on the good grafts only and not those which are good but required to be sustained with Finasteride. Stopping whey protein was difficult as I have consuming protein since 18 years old due to my active fitness regime. All other supplement to be stopped 15 days prior to surgery. Ive also taken all of the required travel vaccinations as a precaution. I paid the full amount for 3,000 grafts as I don’t want to carry too much cash and if there is any difference, the doctor will refund the amount. I booked of the flights separately and accommodation. Travel plans: Original travel plan: Melbourne – Phuket (5 hours transit) – Bangalore (5 hours transit) – Chandigarh (arriving 1 day later) Unfortunately, when I woke the morning of travel, my flight to Phuket at 3pm has been cancelled to be rescheduled to the next day due to the mechanical failure. Definitely, this isnt a good start. There wasn’t any flight to fit my schedule for the connecting flight to Bangalore. So one option is to find new flights from Melbourne to Chandigarh with different transit cities. In the end I decided to choose Melbourne – Singapore (2 hours transit) – Bangalore (overnight stay in airport hotel) – Chandigarh (same flight previous). I cancelled the Melbourne – Phuket (with full refund) and Phuket – Bangalore (partial refund). Still speaking to my travel insurance company to see if I can claim anything as the revised flights now cost double (Qantas). I had to rush to the airport as the flight was earlier at 12pm. Didn’t even have time to book the day hotel in Bangalore as the waiting time was approx. 10 hours in the airport. A huge relief when I got on the plane from Melbourne despite the slight delay which worked out fine for me as I have been rushing all morning and boarded safely with the connecting flight to Bangalore. Fortunately, there was 1 day room available at Bangalore airport, needed the shower and few hours of sleep. Arrived safely to Chandigarh (1 hour delay) and Dr Bhatti’s driver was happily waiting with a sign. The reality is finally setting in. Pre-consultation (24 Dec): Went to straight to the new clinic (or hospital) from the airport. Finally met the ever friendly Dr Bhatti who was finishing up on another operation. He only does 1 surgery per day which is also a plus point. He drew the hairline and took some photos so that I can decide overnight. I reconfirmed with Doctor that I would prefer to be more densed with a higher hairline is required. He reaffirmed that I only need 2,800 grafts with the hairline he has drawn which is exceeding my expectation. Met few of the staffs (provided pre-surgery meds and blood test) and the driver sent me back to the hotel (25 minutes away with the traffic). Take note there are 2 drivers and they are your disposal at any time throughout your trip. Pondered about the hairline and showed to my partner which she happily agrees. I am travelling alone for this trip. Squeezed in a final intense workout as I will not be working out for 2 weeks to be on safe side. Barely slept throughout the night….Thinking if this is the right decision. Maybe I should shave and stay bald….but soon reassured myself I have plenty of years to be bald so that can be delayed! Dooms Day (25 Dec): Drank juice in the morning and black coffee as instructed and driver picked me up at 7am. Dr Bhatti drew the same hairline with minor correction. Take note that the revised hairline is lower than my original hairline as I always had the ‘M Shape’ Asian hairline naturally. So this hairline shape is very foreign to me. I decided to go ahead with it as Dr reassured that this isn’t an aggressive hairline which he later drew to show the difference. Hair was washed, shaved and into the theatre room. Doctor explained the procedure in detail from the anesthetic jabs, punching, extraction, slit to planting. Throughout the day, I noticed that there will always be minimum of 5 staffs per shift. One nurse will constantly watch you even on your food and toilet breaks to ensure that you are fine. Dr Bhatti personally performs the most important parts which are the anesthetic jabs, punching and slit (which according to him is the most part of the procedure). The punching sounded like a drill and the slitting sounded similar to cutting vegetables. Unlike other patients, I barely slept. The procedure started around 930am and completed by 5pm. Chatted with the Dr, nurses and a lot of thinking throughout the procedure. Pain was minimal, more uncomfortable mostly during the punching and extraction due to the face down position. So my face was very uncomfortable as I have boney face features. The jabs would be considered the most painful part but it wasn’t even painful to begin with as I have other worse jabs prior (including to the eye ball). Great credit given to Dr Bhatti and his team, all of them done a fantastic job and I wasn’t even feeling afraid or scared at any time throughout the procedure (as evident through the heart rate machine). Was very happy to see revised hairline in the mirror AFTER the procedure is completed and donor site bandaged. Left with night medication, saline sprays, special bandanna and slightly higher self-confidence. Also provided a feedback form (in detailed) to help improve their services and facility which I happily went through with the manager the next day. Went back to the hotel with funny looks from onlookers but didn’t bother me much. I had a 2 seater long sofa and single seater sofa with a separate leg rest which I intended to use for the next 5 nights to reduce swelling. As I am feeling slightly weak, I decided to get help from the hotel staffs who came in to rearrange to seating for me to combine all of the sofas. Unfortunately, at around 9pm I began to feel blood flowing from the back and side continuously. I used multiple tissue roles and towels but the bleeding didn’t stop. I contacted Dr Bhatti immediately (he is on call 24 hours), and he advised to press firmly through the towel or hard pillow for 15 minutes. The blood was still flowing so he immediately arrange his driver to pick me up and meet at the clinic right away. There were delay being Christmas holiday and I live next to Elante Mall so the traffic was horrendous. I didn’t panic but was slightly worried but being at the donor site instead of planted site, I wasn’t too fussed. Consulted my best friend, MR Google but couldn’t find a decent answer. Driver came in the lobby and actually held me tight to make sure Im walking fine. Again, he reminded me not to knock my head when entering and exiting the car (he always reminded me from Day 1 despite his limited English). I apologised to him as he still had to work at 10pm but one thing which is highly commendable, he proudly said, “CLIENT IS MY GOD!”. That made the difference despite him just being a driver. Dr Bhatti opened the bandage and soon found the reason, there was a burst blood vessel which is very rare. Small stitch and the bleeding stopped. Left back to the hotel shortly after and Dr messaged me at midnight and early morning just to check on my condition. The main outcome of this shows how much dedication and support that I have from Dr and the team post-surgery which is crucial especially in this foreign country. Didn’t sleep much on the sofa, reclined at 45 degrees with neck pillow. 26 December: Went for check up early in the morning after breakfast. Hair was shampooed and bandaged changed. Everything is looking good and bandaged is still being used as there were spots which are still bleeding. Provided the after care counselling (which is very extensive) which includes meds, shampoos, solutions, creams etc. Too much information but thankfully, its all on paper for reference. The staff also arrange for the refund as promised. Swelling started around the forehead and I have been massaging it constantly throughout the day Also, I did wipe the graft site accidentally yesterday when the blood was flowing but thankfully, nothing was dislodged. Phew. Went back hotel to rest and in the evening, went to visit the beautiful sites of Chandigarh at night (Sukhna Lake and Rock Garden). Ate at a local joint (Roti with Butter Chicken) and thankfully, not bad tummy so far. Shampoo the graft site myself and found few grafts dislodged. Dr confirmed that shouldn't be from planted site as no bleeding occured. Again, didn’t sleep much but this time I slept on the bed, with multiple pillows on 45 degrees. 27 December: Didn’t sleep much again as I am naturally a light sleeper and due the time difference and early morning person, its been hard to sleep in. Will be meeting doctor later today as I plan to go back daily for the morning wash. Sorry for the lengthy post but again, I am very happy with the results and the amazing team so far. Next 12 months will be an exciting journey, I hope. I have started an Instagram account which I will post daily updated including images. I wont be replying much here but feel free to add me on Instagram ID: baldnomore8 Total grafts: 2,803 Single: 237 Double: 1,594 Triple: 972 Remaining future grafts: 2,200 Pre and post surgery photos attached, let me know what you think! Thanks for reading this lengthy post but the main reason is to give back to the forum which has helped me significantly in my decision making. Enjoy! Will be posting more on my Instagram!
  2. Dear all, I would like to share the following informative video with the community. At his Darling Buds Clinic in India, Dr Bhatti has been treating bad FUT scars for the past 15 years. Strip scars from the FUT technique after a bad hair transplant are managed by W-Plasty surgical revision and body hair transplant in some selected cases. Also scalp micro-pigmentation can play a great role in camouflaging a bad FUT strip scar.
  3. Hi Guys, Intro: I am 32 years old and have been reading up on this forum for the past 5 years or so but have never posted . Now that i have gone through a HT procedure i would like to post my results for your opinions and will be updating from time to time. I have always had a high forehead since childhood but noticed my hairline receding when i was around 20. I had been wanting to get a HT from the time i was 24 but waited it out since i it was still bearable to me and was not in a great hurry also i dont think that my hairloss was too much at the time and it has been receding very slowly. I have never taken any medicines or ointments to stop hair loss. Anyway after years of reading up on different forums online and doing my research i finally narrowed down to Dr. Tejinder Bhatti at Darling Buds clinic and booked an appointment for the 3rd of February 2016 which is today as i am writing this post from my hotel room after the surgery! Meeting with Dr Bhatti : On meeting Dr Bhatti the evening prior to surgery for consultation he recommended that i go for between 1200-1300 grafts but on my insistence he agreed for 1500 since i think my hairloss rate is acceptable for my age at 32 and wanted the lowest hairline for my HT. I will be going in for my Post procedure wash tomorrow morning and then heading back to delhi in the afternoon . I will keep posting updates on my result so please feel free to give your opinions and any questions u might have!
  4. I've been considering a hair transplant since a few years ago, and after many hours of research I finally decided to go with Dr Bhatti. Of course price was a factor on deciding the right surgeon and I was originally looking at surgeons in Turkey, but I was put off by some of the horror stories. It just seemed like too much of a risk. So when I looked into Dr Bhatti 's work, read reviews of his results and watched his videos, I decided he was the right doctor for me. I've already traveled to India several times, so the prospect of coming here for the procedure wasn't as daunting as it might be for some. I took the train this morning from Delhi to Chandigarh. Its a pleasant three hour trip, and the first class carriage is very comfortable and cheap. Dr Bhatti's driver was waiting and took me straight to the clinic for my consultation. Dr Bhatti and his staff are very welcoming and helpful. My consultation was quite short, but everything was explained to me thoroughly and all my questions were answered satisfactorily. Dr Bhatti estimated I would need 2200 grafts, confirming the estimate he made by email based on the photos I sent him. Dr Bhatti drew a hairline which I thought was a little too low and straight, and then asked me to draw the hairline I preferred. (In the first picture, the lower hairline is Dr Bhatti's and the higher one is mine). He asked me to take a photo and think about it during the time I have before my procedure. He insisted that the final decision should be mine alone. I think at this stage I will go with the higher hairline. I was then sent to the lab for a blood test (the lab is on site) and given some medication to take the night before the procedure and driven to my hotel. My procedure is in Monday so I have a whole day tomorrow to explore the city. I will post updates as I progress.
  5. Hi Everyone, I wanted to document my hair transplant journey with everyone, in the hope I am able to help someone. My Background: My family practices Sikhism which requires us to keep a full length of hair and tie them. When I was younger, I used to tie them tight which resulted in hair loss (Sikh Traction Alopecia). I became more and more conscious of my hairs when I was 23 years of age when I noticed that my hairline has declined a lot. On a quick search, I found I wasn't the only one who had the same hairstyle. I am currently 25 years old and was planning to get a haircut but the damage was already done. Selecting the doctor: I am currently working in Sydney, so all the search etc had to be done online and this forum helped me a lot to come to the finalize a clinic/doctor. I inquired with a couple of other reputed doctors and everyone seemed great and confident in their way of working, which confused me further. There was also a huge difference between how much grafts different clinics were giving me looking at the same pictures. The reason why I selected Dr. Bhatti is because I mostly found good feedback from the members here and also because he was the only doctor who I could reach out to directly. Being from a management background, these things show me the customer centricity, build up trust and confidence. To be honest, I did not have a lot of questions for him as I was really tired of asking so many questions to other clinics about the procedure etc, and he had most of the things documented on his website or videos. A couple of days before finalizing: I did my final checkups and read reviews everywhere, desperate to find some dirt. I do know that the HT business in India has commercialized a lot so I wanted to make sure I know who I am signing up for. I had to say no to one of the clinics who were good with follow-ups but was comparatively expensive. I gave them honest feedback and for some reason, they took it personally. Anyhow, the other of the 3 clinics I finalized didn't even bother following up. This shows how important follow-ups are. I am from Delhi, so I landed a couple of days before to spend some time with friends and family. I confirmed the date of 27th December to Dr. Bhatti and paid some money in advance. One day before the procedure: I do suffer from anxiety and I had a major panic attack if my decision is the right decision or not. It was something unheard of in our family and almost everything came back to haunt me. I reached our hotel, quickly checked in and left for Doctor Bhatti's clinic. I used Google Maps to find my way, and for some reason, Google Maps has the place off by a couple of meters. My dad did make a joke if this place even exists or not? I did not have an answer as I have only used the internet to research. So minutes after, we finally saw this billboard - 5 Rivers Amulya Lab which is situated in the same building. I could tell you that I was shaking when I was entering the building due to anxiety. This was a newly constructed building with the ground floor containing a pathology lab (which I believe is owned by Dr. Bhatti's wife) and the third floor with Dr. Bhatti's clinic. Overall, the place looked well kept. I entered the reception and was handed a form to fill some initial details and then was presented in front of Dr. Bhatti. Doctor Bhatti greeted me and then it was a really quick inspection. He asked me to open all the hair and then just examined everything in under a minute or two. To be honest, I was expecting a little more inspection on hairs and discussion even though we had some over emails. I believe things like that would make patients such as myself comfortable as anxiety takes the best of them. My dad did ask a couple of questions to which he then started showing videos from the youtube for pre and post-transplant. He also suggested that he'll have to trim the hair from the donor part and we discussed the pros of me cutting my hair short. He agreed that it'll be less effort to take care post procedure. I was then introduced to Shalini and few more colleagues. They were really helpful and explained everything that was going on. She gave me some medicines which were to be taken at night and then gave me some instructions such as what to eat and wear the next day. I was then accompanied to the pathology lab for the blood tests after which we were free to leave for the day. We were offered a pickup from our hotel, however, we refused as we had our own car in the city. Because we had time to kill, we went to a major attraction "Sukhna Lake" nearby and then for a haircut to get my hair trimmed. Day of Procedure: I arrived at the clinic at 7 AM in the morning after just drinking tea and some juice. I had to wait for a few minutes there and post that I was advised to change to surgical clothes. A nurse attached an injection funnel (sorry, forgot the name of it) to my wrist and advised that it'll be used for any medications during surgery. She did give me a small dose of antibiotics to check if I show any allergic reaction to it. Once done, Dr. Bhatti greeted again and drew the same hairline and suggested that it'll be future proof. I have to tell you that I am no expert in hairline as I never got a haircut before in my life. The doctor assured me that he'll maintain the density and it'll look natural. Before moving to the theater, my donor area was shaved and I was given an antiseptic hair wash. I was moved to the operation theater which looked fancy with all the pieces of equipment and that was when I started getting anxious. I was attached to an ECG and blood pressure monitoring system. Doctor Bhatti explained all the steps and I lied my face down on the chair to begin the procedure. I felt a few slight pinches for anesthesia and to be honest, I only have foggy memory after that. I got really drowsy to the extent I could hardly articulate my words. I did come in and out of sleep and could feel what was being done. I wasn't left alone on my own and someone was always taking care of me. I asked for a toilet break and some water in the middle of the procedure which my limited articulation. Overall, I felt a couple of pinches but nothing that'll make me go screaming. I was given lunch and was told that everything went well. <Still updating>
  6. Me: Age 37. Hairloss started age 23. Thinned gradually into an NW4 pattern. Not that bad, but it was time to commit; buzzcut or an HT. I had narrowed my choices down to Darling Buds, India or ASMED, Turkey. While the latter, Dr Erdogan, has the more eye-popping results - in the end I concluded he consumes an almost unethical amount of donor hair to get there. Dr Bhatti seems to produce a lot more from less. I'd rather have some donor hair left for the future, so I went with him. HT: So ~2900 ish grafts from donor area. Apparently my donor area wasn't as mighty as I thought it was because, at the clinic, Dr Bhatti said I was showing signs of thinning at the nape area of my neck too. Which restricts the safe area donor hair can be taken from obviously. Bugger. The remaining ~400 ish grafts were taken from my beard to beef up the donor placement I guess. This came as a bit of a shock if I'm honest but oh well. I was told I have enough for life-long coverage which was pleasant compensation. General experience: The clinic's UK rep (Shera, on this forum) is brilliant. Friendly, genuine and informative. The clinic itself is a professional, if slightly cold, experience. I guess doing a hair transplant is a long, busy day for the team, but, a bit more bedside manner wouldn't go a miss. However the end result is what matters and the doctor is a clearly a master of his trade, you should feel confident in his hands. The area of Chandigarh it's located is a bit of a nightmare, be prepared for a culture shock if you've never left the relative comfort of Europe/US. I'd highly recommend paying for the best hotel you can afford. I'd also recommend bringing a friend, doing it alone turned out to be unexpectedly daunting even for me (and I am an experienced solo traveller and mr confidence haha). Post surgery notes: I write this six weeks after the HT date. After 'shedding' most of the donor hair about a week or so later (and most of my native recipient-area hair) it's starting to grown in already which has come as a pleasant surprise. I thought it would take longer, although it's early days yet. The tender pinkness has now mostly faded from donor and recipient area. Occasional donor itching in the morning, aloe vera helps. I keep my hair buzzed to grade 1, it looks pretty cool already. Nice to have a hairline again, it really changes your appearance for the better. I wear a hat outside mostly to protect from the sun. Btw - the beard donor area heals astoundingly fast; like one or two weeks and there is no trace of trauma there whatsoever. Interesting. General notes on hairloss: - Shave your head and get on with life if you can - If you can't: get a hair transplant - Stay away from hair loss forums I might come back to post before & after pics in a few months if I remember. Overall, I would recommend Darling Buds. A very experienced and ethical team with affordable pricing and a wealth of decent results. If anyone is considering this clinic feel free to ask me questions. cheers
  7. Hi , Wanted to share my HT experience in case it could help the fellow members of this forum as I benefited greatly from reading others experiences. I recently had undergone an HT from Dr Bhatti, India. It was a 2 day procedure (requested by me) and the final tally was 2600 odd grafts. Now a bit on the doctor selection process, initially I was keen on the ARTAS procedure even though it was 3 times more expensive, the more research I did I realized that manual FUE is still the best way to go. After that I narrowed my doctors to Turkey and India, ( I reside in India). Among the doctors in Turkey I finally drew up a shortlist of Dr Erdogan. Dr Doganay and Dr Karadeinz. My prime criteria was that the doctor should perform most of the procedure if not the complete procedure, I was just not comfortable with techs doing all the work while the doctor just drew the hairline especially when anesthesia is also involved, that kind of ruled out most of the above except Dr K who was really prompt in his replies and very courteous however when I tried getting in touch with his former patients no one replied back. In the meanwhile I came across Dr Bhatti who came highly recommended on this forum, when I checked out his work and the reviews I was very impressed, also he does most of the procedure so that checked my main criteria. I wrote to him and got a very informative reply and somehow I ha a gut feeling that he is the guy and this concluded my 6 month hunt for the right doc ! Now a bit on my hair... I had a very pretty good mop of hair till I was 32-33, I am 35 now. My dad lost most of his hair by 32-33, so I thought I beat the system but in the last 2 years I went from a Norwood 1 to a Norwood 4, pretty dramatic . Dr B suggested a 3000-3500 procedure which I agreed with. I don't know if this is a positive or not but my native hair is pretty spaced out , except the crown is showing but I could have gotten away with the rest of it for maybe a couple of years. Also I was not on finasteride or rogaine. Ok so the big day finally arrived. I had asked for a 2 day procedure since I read that the graft survival rate diminishes in long procedure. I don't know if this is true to be honest, but I erred on the side of caution, Dr Bhatti was kind enough to oblige. I flew a day before op for a consult with the doc. Now the purpose of this review is to keep things as real as possible. A lot of ex patients of Dr B were very happy all round so I expected a very courteous doc and I was not disappointed, I did feel a bit rushed in my consult. Dr B performs 2 surgeries a day and my consult was 6 in the evening so needless to say he was kinda beat, he drew a hairline which was lower than I wanted. I also asked him my donor capacity was he indicated was around 5000, not the best not the worst. I was told that my donor area wasn't the best by other docs when I sent my pictures, was a bit bummed to hear this but was glad Dr B kept it real. He also gave me a very good piece of advice that my hair will never be like how it was before so best be strategic about this procedure and make sure it looks good aesthetically and go big on the front and the crown and not to focus on the mid scalp which he said can be taken care of by meds. I was thinking to carpet bomb the entire area . He told me that would be a waste and to think it over, consulted my advisors throughout the night who concurred with the doc. I did however take the hairline towards the vertex and didn't want any grafts wasted on the temples, I thought those 300 could be rather invested else where Now I am going to list out the highlights of the procedure.. Day 1, 1450 grafts were extracted. half side of the donor area was used. The doctor did the punching , the tech extracted the grafts , this took 2 hours 20 mins. The doc then made the slit area on the recipient area which was the front part /hairline, we broke for lunch, I recommend asking for the pizza, it was yum ! The tech did the implant, that took another 2 hours so entire process took around 5 and half hours. Day 2, 1150 grafts extracted. I was disappointed with this since the target was 1400-1500. Dr B said that this was because if more bleeding that the other day and he said that is the problem with 2 day procedure, again I am not a doc so I don't know the logic but guys going for a 2 day procedure should keep this in mind that possibly the entire harvest could be lesser than target, same as yesterday a bit longer on the implants because the crown was being worked upon. Pain Level for the entire process was 3/10.The whole crew was super sweet especially the techs,the drivers and of course the doctor who was very patient with all my questions and I peppered him with questions every time I met him. I stayed back for 5 further days, dropped in every day for a hair wash and a bag of questions for the doc which again patiently answered, so some of the city and tasted the food, I would recommend spending 2-3 days in Chandigarh. So, my priorities for HT were a bit different. First was, it should be undetectable, didn't want any jabs at work and no scarring. I am on day 23 right now, highlights from Day 1 to Day 23 are; my donor area healed pretty good and by day 5 from far was undetectable apart from the redness. Scabs in the donor area which weirdly a lot of people don't talk about were gone by Day 7 but there were a lot, applied aloe vera lotion from day 5 onwards. My implanted scabs didn't budge though by day 14 30% scabs were off which was weird, I guess I was being super cautious , the doc said to step into the shower ( was leaning my head over the sink till then). By day 18 I had a clear head . I stepped out of the house on Day 21 without any head gear, bumped into my friend who didn't mention anything about my head nor gave me weird looks. I started my workouts on Day 22, got busted I guy asked me "hey can I ask you a personal question".. I knew where this was going, I bolted 15 mins later, but the guy himself had undergone a HT , so I guess guys who have had a HT know where to look. I still think my recovery has been pretty good and that's a testament to Dr B's work. Couple of important points again because these things rarely get mentioned... while I mentioned the pain was 3/10 for the actual op, the donor area however.. good god.. somewhere around day 5 it was like my donor area reestablished contact with its mother ship, excruciating is the word. I'll try to describe the levels and types of pain I felt. One kind was a short of electric pulses, another was I would get this sudden burst of chills , like a cold wave hits you and involuntary shakes. then the plain vanilla pain. If someone asked me if I would recommend an HT I probably would have said hell no !! pain level would be 7/10 and I have a really high tolerance of pain. This lasted a week, I loaded on pain killers 3 times a day, sleeping pills in the night cause I couldn't sleep in the night, a horror week. Day 14 onwards it reduced and as of today non existent, My recipient area has been kind of numb and pain free from day 1 to day 23, it feels like door rug right now, pretty hard, doc says that feeling should go away in a month. Second, if any doc says you can return to work the next day or 2-3 days, run ! For someone whose priority is keep this incognito I'll tell you this,the donor area looks super fine by day 14, in my case recipient area by day 21, caveat .. mine was a smaller procedure and each heal differently, I would put myself in the lucky category especially since no redness anywhere. So that's about it, uploading some photos, I'll post an update every month, please feel to pm me for any advice or have any questions Thanks
  8. i am a 26 yr old guy from south india.started loosing hair from the age of 20 yrs. i din bother treatements to reduce hairfall,which i now regret.i have an androgenital alopecia(genetic).along with the hereditory involvement the chlorine water in my college may have added to the progression of baldness. recently i thought for a permanant solution for this and found hair transplant a good option.later my research went on to whether to opt for FUE /FUT.nowadays there are surgeons performing both combined also.anyways after my search i found FUE as my choice for HT.now it was to decide on the surgeon. first of all,guys the success and results of a HT purely depends on the surgeons expertise ,precission and passion to his job. now to find the best surgeon.i searched through the internet,hair restoration forum, reviews on the surgeons and much more.after my extensive research for about 8 months, i found Dr Thejinder Bhatti as the best choice .being from south india there were a lot of clinics performing HT in bangalore ,hyderabad ,chennai and mumbai. but i knew ,Bhatti was the perfect choice.he has been able to produce consistently amazing results ,at a resonable rate as well. i decided to meet bhatti sir.i contacted his clinic and got an appointment at 3:00 pm on last november.he welcomed me ,and discussed regarding the procedure.he drew a line on my forehead which would be my future hairline he estimated my requirement of grafts to be around 1800.in addition to hairline, i asked him for a crown transplant as well ,but he told not to do crown at present,since it may cause shock loss as thinned hair were still present there.it was pleasent meeting him .after discussion with Dr bhatti i was detailed by the staff regarding the cost and other queries.later i contacted the clinc for an appointment for my HT.they gave me a date which is convenient for me as well. so,guys i will be undergoing my hairtranslant on feb 9th at Darling buds.hope Dr Bhattis magical hands will do wonders again. shall post my updates ......
  9. After well over a year of research I finally took the plunge and went for my first HT. I am a 30 year old white male from the United States. Like many of you, I started to become obsessive with my hair loss – staring and examining strangers hairlines and becoming more and more insecure and embarrassed about my hair with each passing day. Meds were doing little, if anything at all, so something more drastic had to be done. I chose Dr. Tejinder Bhatti in Chandigargh, India for my hair transplant for a few reasons – for one (and most importantly) his patient results look great and you can easily find an overwhelming number of happy patients. For two, lets be honest – the economy is a lot different in India than it is in the United States so therefore his price point is very attractive, especially for those of us who cannot afford standard U.S. prices which can be in the 10-20K range. Although a big trip traveling around the world to India, it made the most sense for me… plus you can treat it as a mini-vacation to further help justify your travel expenses. I am a seasoned traveler and have been around the world but never to India prior to this trip. I am tempted but won’t go into too much of the cultural aspects of India because I don’t want to get off topic - but I must say that visiting even for only a couple days was a surreal experience. I’m not sure if it was because I was operating on very little sleep, or because I was only there for what seemed like a blink, but taking in the culture was border-line life changing. If traveling to India, block out as much time as possible prior to your procedure for vacation, you won’t regret it. Food was fantastic, complete strangers were very kind (overly nice in fact), and everything is so cheap. I paid $4 for huge meals that would be $20 in the U.S. I was charged $8 for a personal tour of Delhi by a 3-wheel taxi driver – I felt compelled to pay him triple. The culture is so much different than the western world, it’s a really amazing thing to experience. Word of warning - you will likely be scared of the driving at first – to put it into perspective, it makes crazy New York drivers look like senior citizens ☺ Everything with the procedure itself was smooth as expected. The pain is negligible unless you have a low tolerance for pain or are scared of needles. I would say it’s more uncomfortable than anything, but what’s a few hours of discomfort versus years of no longer being embarrassed of your head? The staff/techs was accommodating and nice, most spoke English so making small talk was not impossible. Dr. Bhatti speaks great English and as you already know, he does the majority of the work, which is comforting. Like any good surgeon, he will make you feel comfortable and have you laughing. On to business - Dr. Bhatti rebuilt my hairline in the front and temples with around 2600 grafts and also sprinkled around 450 grafts in the balding and thinning crown area – it was a big procedure with 3082 total grafts. 639 singles, 1671 doubles, and 772 triples. I have attached my pre-op photos and I will reply with my 5-day post op’s. I will do my best to post monthly updates. I am no expert, but from what I can see Dr. Bhatti has done a great job at packing in the grafts nice and tight. My most sincere thank you to Dr. Bhatti and his entire staff. Also thank you to everyone who contributes on these forums. As a long time lurker, I must say having online communities to privately confide in is such a valuable thing for those of us who wish to remain anonymous with our insecurity issues in our personal lives. Hair loss can be devastating and cause (or worsen) serious anxiety issues so it’s important for communities like this to exist.
  10. Hello, everyone. So I am done with the procedure and can only be happy with the way things were executed with minimal discomfort. The professionalism and politeness of Dr Bhatti and his team cannot be overlooked. I appreciate the deftness with which the whole procedure was carried out. As the process started, I was given an antibiotic shot and was asked to wait. It was no later that I was called in. Dr Bhatti discussed my goals and drew the hairline which initially I thought was a bit low. However, after giving some thought, I felt satisfied with it. Dr, Bhatti then shaved my head and told me that hairs at the back of my head are pretty thick, that just meant I had a good donor area. I was glad. Soon I was taken to the surgery room and the operation started. There was nowhere I felt the pain, the anaesthesia shots just felt like little pin pricks. The harvesting was done by the doctor himself and the plantation by his team. I was sleepy by the time plantation started and it was a long process. I think I dozed off for a minute or two several times during the plantation period. The procedure ended at around 6:00 pm. The post procedure regimen for the first day was explained to me by Dr Bhatti. I was given a cap to wear outdoors and was told to take utmost care of the grafts as they were very delicate and could fall even if I bend or rubbed my head off against something. Wearing the cap was a tough part as it could take the grafts off. I had some plantation done on the side triangles too and every time I wore the cap, it would rub against the grafts. Had to be very careful. I went to the hotel room and checked the newly created hairline. I was pleased, to say the least! The next day I was called in for a head wash and the care for next 2 weeks was explained to me. The doctor checked the grafts and I asked him if they are intact. He nodded that no graft was disengaged. A sigh of relief! Now is the time to be composed and wait 6 months for the real results. I express my gratitude to Dr Bhatti and his entire team for their work. Thank you for taking out time to read. I hope my posts will be helpful to people considering an HT. I am uploading some pre-op and post-op pictures from the day of surgery, and in the next post I'll share pictures from the second day post procedure. Please offer your critique. Cheers! Graft Count: 1821 Singles: 382 Doubles: 817 Triples: 622
  11. Hi everyone. Long time lurker of the forum. I have my first HT scheduled for later this Spring with Dr. Bhatti in Chandigarh, India. I was so excited about finally taking care of my hair that I didn't put too much thought to the fact that I am traveling alone, half way around the world to a country which I have never visited! I've read some blogs to get some tourist tips, but wondering if anyone else in the HT community who has visited India can chime in with your experiences? I will only be there for 3 days, including 1 full day dedicated to my HT so unfortunately I won't have much (if any at all) down time for touristy things.. I'm more looking for basic tips that may help an ignorant westerner like myself ...things like taxi's, food, lodging, tipping, cell phone coverage, etc. Thanks!
  12. Hey there, first time posting here. I wanted to relate a good experience I recently had with Dr Bhatti. I decided to undergo a HT procedure with Dr Bhatti a few months ago. I did a lot of research on this site and was excited to see so many good reviews. I live in China and the price and relatively easy accessibility, along with the seemingly high level of expertise attracted me. I contacted Dr Bhatti directly and we went over the procedure. He answered all of my questions in a very timely manner, including dozens of emails. After getting to the point I felt comfortable with having the procedure, I decided to book my time with Dr Bhatti for this month. As the day of the procedure got closer, I got a little worried, and asked Dr Bhatti about whether he thought I should wait or have the procedure now. My hairline has always been high and it started receding recently, so I was worried about how it would look as my hair loss progressed. Dr Bhatti, to my surprise, told me that I should wait until the pattern was more clear so that the surgery could be maximally effective. I decided to delay the procedure until my hair loss has developed a bit more. At this point I had already made my deposit, but Dr Bhatti quickly refunded it. I am still traveling to India to have a face-to-face meeting with Dr Bhatti and plan for the best time to have my procedure. I wanted to share the fact that Dr Bhatti actually recommended that I delay the procedure until I was 100% comfortable and the hair loss was greater. I don't think many doctors would make that type of recommendation, and it gave me more confidence than ever that I had chosen the right surgeon for when the time is finally right.
  13. My hair-transplant experience with Dr Bhatti Consultation I started losing hair at the age of 25/26 and it got really worse by the time I was 35. Needless to mention that I started losing a little bit of confidence especially when someone could easily pass me for 40 yrs old….It was terrible…. After sitting on the edge and reviewing many hair transplant surgeon reviews, I finally gathered the courage and decided to take a consultation appointment with Dr Bhatti. Why I chose him: I wanted one of the best FUE surgeon in India and be able to afford it too… Boy...calling him must have been one of the best decisions of my life….. He asked me to send him good close-up pictures of my donor and recipient area (clue: Pls use a nice HD camera for good close-up pics). I sent him 6-8 pics and got a response back in 1-2 days. A few questions were asked about my hair loss history, medical background and I was told that I would need roughly 3000 grafts in the front and about 1000 in the back. After carefully reviewing the cost and reviews on HRN, I took the appointment for 7th September,2013. Arriving to the Location I live in Houston, TX. Booked a flight from here and reached Delhi 6th morning. A friend of mine picked me up at the airport and we drove to Chandigarh. Other options which can also be considered are rail transport. I also believe you can arrange pick up with Dr Bhatti’s help from the airport at a very nominal cost. We checked into Marriott which is a 5 star facility within 5 miles from Dr Bhatti’s new clinic. Lovely place, btw… My anxiety was driving me nuts by now….Although I didn’t have a consultation appointment for 6th afternoon, Dr Bhatti was nice enough to see me for another consultation. We pretty much confirmed what we had discussed over the phone and emails. Dr Bhatti advised that I should break my procedure into 2 days for better handling of my front and vertex area. (Clue: Always leave a day or two extra in your itinerary so you are flexible) Day 1 procedure Arrived sharp at 7:30 am at the clinic. A blood sample was withdrawn for HIV test….boy…was that a relief J Dr Bhatti gave me the details of what to expect during the day and tentative time these activities would take. This was really helpful as this helped me mentally prepare myself through each phase of the surgery…You need to know this as I kept on telling myself…half way done, almost done et:…. The procedure started with Dr Bhatti shaving my head to an equivalent of size 0 in US. I was almost bald…..the donor area was prepared and disinfected…..I must say that strong emphasis was placed throughout the procedure in proper sanitation and disinfecting practices….Anesthesia was applied… After about 20 mins, Anesthesia kicked in….Dr Bhatti was very polite and made sure that there was no pain at all before extracting from donor area….I must say that except those 3-4 mins when I was being shot for Anesthesia, this was practically a painless procedure….. At this point, my head was punched for preparation…….I must say although the noise of this might sound scary, but the procedure was painless…..I just kept on listening to my music to distract myself from this noise… Must mention that unlike some other clinics, Dr Bhatti stayed with me throughout the procedure which was very comforting…. For next 1-2 hours, donor area was utilized to extract about 3000 grafts….These were refrigerated right away….bandage was applied and we broke for lunch……. During the lunch break, the technician finished counting the grafts and advised me that she had extracted roughly 3120 grafts…. A nice lunch was served…I am an Indian and love Tandoori Roti/Daal Makhni…..You should specify your choice if you don’t like Indian food…. During the post lunch session, transplant process started. Dr Bhatti supervised this while his technicians performed the work. I must say this was a huge concern for me before the surgery that who is exactly performing the transplant. I was very happy to see that talented technicians in Dr Bhatti’s supervision did excellent work. Dr Bhatti kept a very close eye on the density and making sure that it was evenly done….. This process took about 2-3 hours with a few small breaks. Again, I must mention that by this time Anesthesia had well kicked in so no pain whatsoever. I was on my phone checking FB and sending images to my wife in US over Whatsap J……….. The transplant ended around 5:30 pm at which time Dr Bhatti wrapped me with a bandage and put a cap on the top…..I have a big size head and that’s the only thing I could request from the clinic to order some XXX-L caps so they can gently sit on the treated area…… I wore my cap and my friend picked me up to go back to Marriott …. Sleeping is a little discomfort for first few nights but it’s an insignificant issue in the grand scheme of things…. Day 2 Day 2, my surgery started right on time as scheduled for 12pm….We went through the same procedure and did about 1200 grafts for my vertex area….. Day 3 Dr Bhatti was nice to come Sunday morning for a final inspection/re-bandage and I left for my home town. A note about Staff Dr Bhatti’s staff is very polite and most importantly sensitive to your needs. I recall so many times during the surgery they would ask me if I need a 5 min break to stretch…..water…tea…et:…..I really felt very comfortable in the way they handled their business. Few Important Tips: 1. Avoid travel as much as possible for next few days…. 2. Even if you have to sit in Hotel and watch TV for next few days, it’s well worth it 3. Read Dr Bhatti’s post-op booklet thoroughly….This is an instruction booklet….you rarely will have a question for which you won’t find an answer….It’s a little funny because I called Dr Bhatti a few times after surgery ….and he was patient enough to tell me….Read Page # XXX from the booklet…and he was spot on…. 4. Your appearance would be impacted for a month or two….You need to be mentally prepared for it…..In my case, I did not try to hide….I actually formally announced before leaving for India that I am going for a transplant so I have to field less questions after I come back…It worked…..Chose the approach which suits you best… 5. In my personal advice, avoid a long flight for at least a week…..That’s what I did….It allowed things to settle down as I was too afraid to disturb the transplanted area…..during travel… Post-Op I completely followed directions in the booklet….The instructions start getting very easy after Day 21……There is nothing much to this section and it’s pretty straight forward…..After coming to US, I provided Dr Bhatti with monthly progress to make sure everything was in line…. About Dr Bhatti: This guy is a true gem…..Does not believe in false marketing practices….advertizing…. Like a master craftsman, does his work and let it speak….. Thoroughly impressed…… I am attaching my pictures…Any questions, please feel free to ping me……. Good Luck to you all…..
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