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  1. Hi everyone, just want to share my experience from my repair procedure I had with Eugenix under Dr.Pradeep Sethi. I had my surgery done on 19th of May 2022. The package which I took was under Dr.Pradeep which I believe is the their top range of package. The planning, consultation and incision was done by Dr.Pradeep. As some of you guys might know I had horrible experience before on my past 2 surgeries, the worst one where I was harassed, blackmailed etc. If you search under my past post you would be able to see that. Anyway I want to focus on how my current progress and perhaps some of you can also advise how it is now. Initially I was quoted 3000 -3200 grafts when I had a video consultation, however upon checking my donor and my recipients my final grafts was 2776. 1776 was from scalp and another 1000 from beard. My overall experience with Eugenix has been great so far. Travelling to India wasn't a problem as I have been there couple of times. Here is some of the pictures up to 2 months of the surgery done. Before Surgery: Post Surgery 21 Days Post Surgery 45 Days Post Surgery 2 months post surgery
  2. Name: Vikram [Pictures: Before Presurgery Post-Surgery ] Disclosure: I was asked by Eugenix to sign a media consent for them to document my procedure which I am quite flattered about. I do not know if they will eventually use my footage, but the opinions are my own. Reach out to me if you have any suggestions on things I should include. Package: Exclusive package (was upgraded from Comprehensive package) Doctors: Dr Arika Bansal (Hairline) and Dr Somesh (Remaining frontal scalp). *Slit making of recipient area was performed by doctors. Extraction and implantation of graft were performed by Eugenix technicians Summary: I went to Eugenix Hair Science, New Delhi for a hair transplant of my frontal area. The surgery was initially meant to be for the 7th and 8th of August, but it took an additional day due to pausing because of an elevated blood pressure. During the surgery, Both Dr Bansal and Dr Somesh did an amazing job with the planning and making of the slits in the frontal area and hairline. The technician then took over with the extraction and implantation phase of the surgery. As this portion was quite lengthy, I ran into some issues with pain management and communication. However, the staff listened to my feedback and made my entire experience positive. I hope to not have to undergo the procedure again, but I would come back to Eugenix if given the opportunity. About me: 29-year-old East Indian Chinese mix from Singapore who has male pattern hair loss from my paternal side. In addition, during the surgery, I came to know that my scalp showed signs of scarring possibly from an undiagnosed seborrheic dermatitis. This could be attributed to the speeding up of my hair loss in my late 20s. However, the doctors put me at great ease when I questioned the success of the procedure in spite that new development. My hair loss journey started around the age of 23/24 and became worse in the last couple of years possibly due to stress, diet and health. How did I find out about Eugenix? I was initially thinking of going to Turkey for a hair transplant as I heard it was the global hair transplant centre. Through my research, I found that the clinics in Turkey had much variation and lack of transparency regarding the qualifications of the staff. Especially in the involvement of a physician during the procedure. When contacted, I felt that Eugenix had a more trusted reputation and clearly described the entire process and the staff involved in every step. That put me at ease as I didn’t want to skimp on safety due to cost. Hotel: I was given a choice of 2 hotels for my 2-day complementary stay. I opted to stay at the Hilton Doubletree at Baani Square which is less than 5 min car ride over to the clinic. I am very pleased with the hotel as the staff were always warm and welcoming. As I eventually had to undergo 3 days of the procedure, the breakfast buffet spread took away much of the thinking required in the mornings. The buffet had good representation of continental and Indian food and made having a heavy breakfast before the procedure a breeze. The Hilton also included airport pick-up and drop-off which was great!! The only feedback I have is the staff seemed quite persistent about getting a good review about their service which made it quite uncomfortable when they knocked at my door to ask for it. 😅 The good: - The service of Eugenix is top class and well beyond my expectations. There was a surplus of staff that made me feel quite pampered throughout my experience. - I was initially worried that the extraction/implantation would be done by technicians. From the little I could see, I found that they were very meticulous with the handling of the grafts and they knew what they were doing. - At Eugenix, there was no micro-economy. Even though I opted for the comprehensive (lowest) package, I was treated the same as all the other patients. -Even though I was operated on by two doctors, I met most if not all the doctors present at the clinic. Even after the doctor portion was complete, Dr Somesh still popped in to ensure that things were moving smoothly. Dr Venita, Dr Sakshi and the resident anaesthesiologist also paid visits to me throughout the day. - I appreciated that the Eugenix team was not transactional with their care. Even though my surgery took an extra day, I was not asked to pay more for the procedure due to the extra lunch etc. - I always had Gatorade and bottle of water with me in the operating room. - They had a driver (Amit Kumar) who would pick me up and drop my back to the hotel every day (including post-operation) which took care of all my transport needs during the process. -I went to Eugenix for dressing and progress check every day for my remaining days in India which dealt with my daily post-op care - Eugenix booked me at the Hilton Double Tree Baani Square which was very comfortable and had located close to a supermarket and food options. There was also an anytime fitness next door which I didn’t get to use. Things that can be improved: -As someone who is not Hindi speaking, some innocuous steps such as the spraying of the saline solution took me by surprise. In addition, during the extraction and implantation phase, there were 3 people working on my scalp which I would not have known if I did not ask what was happening in the moment. I wish that some things were announced to me so that I wouldn’t be taken by surprise. -During the procedure, one of the local anaesthesia used stung quite a bit during injection. When they were cross-checking the area, I was at times unaware and would not express the pain. Thus, the pain management was at times not sufficient, and would hamper the momentum of the surgery. -It was at times hard to communicate to the staff in the operating room. Especially when they were working on my beard area, I could not talk or do large gestures with my arms. Only in the later end of procedure day 3 did Deepika (local anaesthesia nurse) and I were able to converse some sign that I could do with my hands to express my pain level. -The OT bed was on the shorter side for me. Whether it was cultural or due to spatial reasons, I was constantly nudged by passing staff members. As I was in some discomfort, I found myself being jumpy and more anxious because of this. The Journey: Presurgery Intrasurgery Postsurgery For postop day 1-3, I went back to Eugenix for dressing. I really apprieciated that they
  3. Hey Guys! After lurking on this forum for years, I finally decided to create an account and post my hair transplant journey here. Before I go into the specific details, I want to say thank you to this forum and everyone here for providing such thorough feedback and reviews. This truly helped me a lot in terms of selecting the best HT surgeon for myself as well as helping me manage MPB all those years prior. Background: I always had a fear of losing hair/thinning since I was a kid given that half of my paternal side are NW6-7s including my dad. This made me consult a dermatologist at 19 years old and he prescribed minoxidil 5% to me (I wish I knew about finasteride by then ). Minoxidil definitely helped thicken my hair but it definitely hit a plateau but it helped maintain what I had so I was not concerned at all. When I was 21 years old, things took a turn for the worst once I started working out and incorporated creatine into my workout routine. Now while creatine helped a lot with my workout, it absolutely destroyed my hair and definitely accelerated my MPB! The amount of thinning I noticed after a few months on creatine was insane...it really felt like 60% of my hair had miniaturized and basically I started to aggressively diffuse thin over scalp except for sides and back. Thanks to in depth research here on this forum and other places + dermatologist check up - I immediately got the prescription for Fin. Thankfully, the combo of Fin and minoxidil helped thicken my diffuse thinning hair and maintained it for 3+ years. I am now 25 years old and still on Fin 1mg/day + minoxidil 5% once a day and the combo has definitely preserved and slightly improved my hair since starting it. That said, my hairline had receded quite a bit at 21 and no improvements from meds there thus making my forehead look huge + wide and changing my entire face shape as a result. There was also still a lot of diffuse thinning visible through my hair despite being on meds for 3+ years. This is were the HT part comes in. Action Plan When I began doing my HT research - this forum was super helpful and resourceful. I had initially planned to travel to Spain or the States (where I lived for couple of years so more familiar) for my HT but once COVID happened, that was cancelled quickly. Fortunately, this allowed me to research into HT options within my own country India. For context, I work and live in Dubai but originally from India so it was really important for me to find a good HT clinic in my country as it would be the least hassle to travel to especially during COVID times. Luckily, I came across Eugenix online and I was amazed by their results. I also came to know that they were coming to Dubai for meet & greet few weeks later. This was in March 2021 where I got to meet both Dr. Arika and Dr. Pradeep and I was convinced to get my HT through them. When it comes to the surgery, I requested to work with both doctors (both are already outstanding on their own but I believe them together are the dream team). After several months of back and forth, I was finally able to get a date for Dec 2nd. Luckily, I also had family that stayed 2-3km from the main clinic itself so definitely made things quite easy. A Big shoutout to Rishabh who helped with the whole transition and scheduling process! Hair Transplant Day Plan & Design - This was done by Dr. Pradeep Sethi and accompanied by Dr. Vineetha (Sr.Doctor). This was very important to me as this would be the framework of the look itself so I had my questions ready. But the session did seem to end pretty quickly and I can see that how someone may feel that the session was rushed especially if they didn't know what to expect from the plan & design session or didn't come with questions prepared. My main questions were around the hairline being a bit too high and my forehead looking very wide & big. Dr.Pradeep said that the hairline I suggested (5-5.5 cm from glabella) would be too low for my face and proposed to keep it between 6 and 6.5cm. In addition, he also decided to work on my temples which would address my "wide" forehead concerns all the while keeping my donor area and future thinning in mind. The other concern was my crown - here I was not sure as I definitely wanted more hair but was also afraid of shock loss given that it still had lots of miniaturizing hairs in the area. Dr. Pradeep did say there was a risk a of shock loss but it is very rare and temporary given that I am consistent with my fin 1mg usage which I am in for the long haul. I also wanted to get my mid scalp area done but Dr. Pradeep said that there would not be enough space here and it would definitely damage the existing native hairs and is too risky to transplant there. Due to amount of grafts required (3,150) - My surgery was split across two days - Dec 2nd and 3rd. Operation: All Slits were done by Dr.Pradeep Sethi All extractions were done by Dr.Arika Bansal Hairline Implantation was done by Dr.Pradeep Sethi Rest of the implantation was done by Sr. doctors & technicians Grafts - 3,150 Around 1821 grafts for front + hairline (300 singles for hairline) Around 670 grafts split between both temples Around 659 grafts for crown area Pre-Op Pics - Dry hair - Marked areas in black with wet hair - Marked areas in black and shaved I will soon follow up with post-op review and pics in part 2. Just need to finish uploading the post op pics to laptop Thanks
  4. Prologue - A Series of Unfortunate Events My story begins on a dark, grey cloudy morning (16th May 2022) which to say how the day unfolded may have been an omen of events to come. Rain the night prior continued towards the morning as i rose to get my final preparations done. I was unable to complete the Air Suvidha form the night before due to some technical issues of a useless Android App, meant to compress your PDF to under the 1MB requirement. So my morning began trying to set this right and with the help of my sister and Satyam @Eugenix Hair Sciences concierge giving me all the correct formatting for the information requested, i successfully managed to submit the form albeit without an assigned seat (Must be updated prior to boarding they said). At this point i was told you must also have a printed copy. I quickly went to get ready with a shower and finalising my packing believing i had everything i needed. Said goodbye to my loved one's and had a few come with me to see me off. On the way, i still needed those pesky print offs for the Air Suvidha and so drove to the local library to be confronted with it being absolutely wrecked and under reconstruction. So i had to detour all the way across to town and time was not on my side. By now it was approaching 12.35pm with a coach looking at 1pm when i finally got to the 2nd library. I briskly walked to the computers and waited an eternity for them to allow me to finally log in and print off the documents. A quick attempt to print them only delayed me another moment whilst i had to top up my print credit. Running out of time and praying that the coach may be delayed, as soon as i picked up the papers i broke into a brisk jog. This is where things took the biggest unfortunate turn. Within 60 seconds of starting my jog as i had done so several times before, i felt a sudden popping of my left knee. Dread filled me. Surely not now! Now of all days and times. A disastrous injury from 2018 to my left knee that left me needing physio and had been a long arduous recovery. So, in panic immediately stopping to a snail walk, i began to feel the almost forgotten dread of walking whilst slowing to a complete limp whilst i dragged myself back to the car. Almost ready to cry (manly tears of course) of the pain and reminder what this could mean for my health long term but also the difficult position i now found myself in. My sister who i had sent in yo the nearby shop to get me some sandwiches, snacks etc. also returned and whilst in pain and seeing the 12.45pm time, i began to try quickly drive towards the coach station. Knowing that even if i got there near the time, i wouldn't be able to walk as quickly as i needed. So, when i stopped i got the stuff i had (small case and rucksack) out quickly as i could and began a painful walk to the end of the coach stands. Brief respite not even felt on an escalator knowing i had to try move quickly. Finally getting there to realise, it had gone. My heart sunk. Whilst my mother told me we could simply drive towards London, i knew this wasn't practical and as they came into the station to comfort me, my other sister who remained at home began to look for alternate coaches after a futile attempt to contact the original coach to re-arrange a time (seriously, SCREW YOU companies that use automated lines and NOT humans!!). We found one due to depart at 2.10pm with an arrival around 7pm. Luckily my flight wasn't till the next day so this wouldn't have a huge impact but my new injury certainly would. The coach arrived and boarded as normal, finding a seat with some extra leg room to stretch my injured leg, trying to move it here and there like almost a mild physio attempt but mainly praying a miracle recovery would happen. We began the long 5 hour plus journey and after the 3rd scheduled stop, things took a turn for the worse perhaps showing more omens but at this stage i couldn't help but laugh at the absurdity of it all. The driver made an emergency stop on the motorway (Highway for all y'all 'Mericans) after a light showed a fire detected in the passenger area. Perhaps an over eager moron with a smoke habit using an e-cigarette or a faulty sensor. Either way, we were now stopped and losing time. Eventually after some panicked calling on the part of the driver we managed to set off again when the alarm had gone off and a full check done to show we weren't immediately going to combust into flames. We got to a scheduled stop and the drivers changed, setting off once again the driver got off the main motorway to what i thought was a scheduled stop. It wasn't. What followed was a hilarious unexpected jaunt through the rural UK countryside in a coach far too big for the roads coming across multiple narrow bridges and the absurdity only grew when i came to realise that the next stop was actually in London where i was supposed to disembark. Yes, all that time we spent could have been entirely avoided had the driver simply stayed on the M1 motorway (for those familiar) and followed it directly into London where it ends. Eventually we arrived 50 minutes late from our expected time of arrival and i had been keeping my family apprised of the situation where i was going to be picked up by a family member. As i left the coach, i could feel things were not well at all with my knee. Whilst seated i had tried to weight bear it and knew it wasn't going to co-operate. Immediately as i made the dozen or so steps off the coach, it began to tighten and even a short walk without issues a day prior was now like climbing Everest. I eventually got into the car, reclined the seat back to ease the pressure and we got to the place where i would stay. Immediately applying heat spray and doing whatever i could. I spent some time keeping it iced, some using a home remedy my mum had told me and then i turned in for the night with it almost approaching midnight. In the morning (17th May), i've woken and there's been some improvement from before but i knew from experience that this is usually a temporary state of affairs that becomes exacerbated once i attempt to even walk remotely normal-ish for a short distance. I began my day off at 5.40am approximately and got showered and made my way to the airport thanks to the help of the same family member that had picked me up. One final little quirk was the entry gate messing up immediately after somebody had gone through just fine. How many of these things are there now? I knew this was not going to be easy when travelling and so I asked the check in staff to try and get me as much leg room as possible and seat not too far from a toilet if i needed to go. Unfortunately a free upgrade seemed to be out of the possibilities but hey, don't ask, don't get. I made my way up to the lounge area where they said that you can get some assistance, updated my seat number to the Air Suvidha portal and figured i'll just use a pen to change it when i arrive. I did have a last minute scare and have to ring my sister to email me the PDF versions because for some bizarre reason it accepted my passport version from before and didn't ask for it, but did want my COVID-19 certificate and information. All done, had a sandwich and then went over to get some assistance going through security. Not as quick as i thought it would have been. You still get held up and tbh, i thought it would have been a bit quicker but it went through smoothly there and got a buggy ride right to the gate which was great because i cannot walk the distance that gate was. So, i'm comfortable on the plane now and heading to Delhi. Hopefully i can reply when i land and get settled. Wish em luck!
  5. Hey everyone, First of all, I want to thank everyone for all the support, advice, feedback, etc. that is provided on this forum. There is a wealth of knowledge here and just as importantly there are really good people here. I could not have done it without you. History: I am about 40 years old and started to notice that my frontal hairline, temples, and crown were thinning at about 30. It has been a gradual decline since then. From 30 to now I got married and had kids. I started finasteride about a year ago after we decided we were done growing our family. Finasteride did stabilize my hair loss and therefore decided to take the next step and pursue a hair transplant. I combed through the forums and the recommended list of surgeons. I ultimately narrowed my list down to a couple of surgeons with Eugenix being one of them. I did have a video consultation with Dr. Arika and felt very comfortable with her. She was kind, professional, and answered all my questions. I went ahead and put a deposit down to hold a spot. Shortly after this I saw that Dr. Pradeep and Dr. Arika had decided to tour the United States. At first, I was disappointed because the dates and locations did not work with my professional schedule. However, @Melvin- Moderator and my coordinator Rishabh were able to set up an in-person consultation on a different date (thank you!). I met Dr. Pradeep for a coffee on the upper west side of NYC. I know this has nothing to do with the results of my HT but we ended up hanging out for much longer than I was intending. Dr. Pradeep is an amazing human and his life story is truly inspiring. We ended up starting a friendship. This made me feel so much more confident about the procedure. About a month later I was in Delhi for my HT. My flight landed at 3AM but believe it or not the airport in Delhi was bustling at this time. I did have to call the hotel to figure out where the driver was waiting but it was smooth sailing after that. I stayed at the Westin which is a nice hotel. Given my late flight they asked me to sleep in and come in at noon. Hair Transplant Design - This was done by Dr. Pradeep Sethi and he was accompanied by several other doctors. Honestly, I just let Dr. Pradeep do his thing for the design. I had already spoken to him at length in NYC so I felt comfortable with what he drew. Surgery- After the design, we started the surgery at about 1PM and it went until about 9PM. After the local anesthesia was applied, all the slits were made by Dr. Pradeep and all the extraction were done by Dr. Arika. Overall, I really had minimal to no pain and breaks were allowed to stretch, go to the restroom, or eat. On this day they worked on the area behind the hairline and the crown. The implantations were done by the senior doctors or techs. (By the way for those who are wondering all the techs come from Dr. Pradeep’s hometown where he handpicks who works for the clinic. All the current techs have been with Eugenix for several years.) The next morning, I came back at 8AM and we started shortly after that. The extractions were again performed by Dr. Arika and implantation was done by senior doctors and techs into the crown and behind the hairline. Dr. Pradeep returned for the extractions and implants of the hairline and temple points. He did have to use a different type of punch (sharp punch) to help extract singles of a certain caliber for the frontal hairline and temple points. I was glad that he was so focused on finding the exact right grafts for the hairline and temple points. We ended up using 3811 grafts which is just 11 more than what I was quoted during my initial consultation via videochat. Overall Experience: Overall, I feel that the Eugenix team did an amazing job from a clinical and hospitality perspective. They consistently made sure that my needs were met. I was lucky enough to spend some time at the farmhouse with Dr. Pradeep and other patients who were here this week. As I said earlier, he is truly an amazing person and I learned a lot from him. I know some may be concerned that my experience was different because I met the surgeons in NYC prior to coming to Delhi. I will say that I observed the same level of hospitality as well as the same level of detail in clinical care being extended to the patients each day I was at the clinic. Thank you to the Eugenix team (Dr. Pradeep, Dr. Arika, Dr. Das, Dr. Somesh, all the techs, Rishabh, Anil, Rajat, the list goes on and on!).
  6. Hello Everyone, It’s been just over two months since I first logged into this forum and requested for reliable clinics in Bangalore for my HT. This forum helped me decide on clinic and other things. A big shoutout to the founders, moderators and senior members here. So, after all the general research and hesitation, I got my hair transplantation done yesterday at Eugenix Hair Sciences, Gurgaon. I feel as much responsible as I benefited from this forum to share my journey and keep you updated on my growth. Also, would like to take further tips and suggestions from you all. Okay, take a look at my journey: Background: I am a 32 year old from a small town in Anantapur district of Andhra Pradesh, India (which is nearly 2000 km from Delhi). I started loosing hair during my early 20’s and it has been a long period of mixed feelings. At times I felt low and at other times I didn’t care much about my hair. I have never taken any treatment or medication for hairloss. However, it is in these recent years that I started thinking about hair transplantation. After considering clinics in Pune, Hyderabad and Bangalore, I somehow found this wonderful forum. I posted a question thinking to finalise on physician in Bangalore but in turn I got to know about Eugenix Hair Sciences, Gurgaon. After checking their results and the reputation they have in the field, I decided to get my HT done only at Eugenix. I then contacted them through WhatsApp, sent them my pictures and got to know that I might require 2500-2700 grafts classifying my baldness as NW 3. That is when I got in touch with Mr.Shakti, a patient consultant at Eugenix, Gurgaon. Later came the question of price. I definitely couldn’t afford premium or exclusive packages. But I wanted Dr.Arika’s hands on my head in one or the other step of the procedure. I took some time to decide and arrange finances. When Mr. Shakti called me back to check, he assured me that there won’t be any compromise with quality of the results if I opted for comprehensive package. At around the same time, Dr. Pradeep Sethi released a video on YouTube explaining how they don’t differentiate among packages when quality is concerned. With that and with explanation given by Mr. Shakti, I convinced myself to opt for comprehensive package. A day before surgery: I reached Delhi on 12.04.21 (first flying experience btw 😉). They sent a cab to pick me up. Visited the clinic in the evening and got my BP checked. They also tested if I am allergic to anaesthesia. And we had a talk about my blood investigation report and COVID report. They asked me to come by 9 AM the next day. On surgery day: Had heavy breakfast as I was told and reached the clinic by 9.15am. The staff was courteous. Everybody who saw me sitting at the reception, including Dr. Arika Bansal and Dr. Pradeep Sethi, wished me with a pleasant smile and moved on. This little gesture gave me all positive vibes and whatever nervousness I had vanished. Of course I then took tablets they gave me. Later my doctor explained me the SOP of the day and I was taken to the photo session. He drew a hairline which suits my head and explained the technicalities involved in designing the hairline. He patiently answered all my questions. I then transferred money online. Before finalising the hairline, I asked if we could take Dr.Arika’s opinion. She came after few minutes and performed minor changes to the design. She said I don’t have to get my temples done but I decided to go for temples as well. Later I was taken to the OT room after changing clothes. 5-7 technicians were there along with the doctor who made all the slits. They explained each and every step of the procedure right from giving anaesthesia to the number of slits/grafts in every step. They are all very caring and everyone knows every single step of the procedure which resulted in great coordination among themselves. Mr. Shakti and Mr. Anil came to OT many times and enquired if I was okay. Nice of them. I kept on talking and discussing things with the doctor and the technicians while they answered me patiently. Later Dr Arika Bansal herself came and did slits through the hairline and temples. Then they provided me lunch and resumed harvesting and grafting at the same time. This process went on till 7.30pm and not even once did I feel pain or discomfort. All the staff made me feel home and it was a good feeling. Only 2200 grafts could be transplanted on 13.04.21 and it was decided that the remaining be done on next day. They gave me some precautions for the night and in fact I could sleep well. On second day, I reached the clinic by 9 am. They first cleaned my donar region and the remaining grafting was done by 12.30pm. Then they took me for Post-op photo session. Total number of grafts implanted was 180 more than what was decided earlier. So I paid the remaining amount. Mr.Shakthi explained me about post-op care and the medicine. Later he came downstairs to see me off. I took flight back to Bangalore on the same night. I can’t thank enough the people at Eugenix. They are doing their job religiously with utmost care and super finesse. The whole process felt so simple that I still can’t believe myself. Their hands are amazing and the coordination among themselves is in next level. There isn’t a single moment where I felt disconnected, strange or cheated. I did not have any consultation with Dr. Arika before going to the clinic. I walked into the clinic with full confidence and I wasn’t wrong. I am more than satisfied with the way they treated me and with the result as well. It’s been just more than a week since I got my surgery done and my friends (who know nothing about HT) are also appreciating the hairline and density I got in the process. Mr.Shakthi is in touch with me and has been checking on me about post op care and medication. So sweet of him. He is as good and caring as his smile 😃. I would definitely recommend this clinic to people who wish to get their hair transplantation done for their mastery over the craft, caring, transparency, technology, coordination among the staff and their dedication. Hoping for a natural looking hair. I shall keep you guys updated with photos whenever possible. Thanks again 😊 PS: I sincerely suggested Dr.Arika Bansal to consider opening a branch either in Bangalore or Hyderabad. She said that they are considering Bangalore though nothing is finalised yet. Hope to see a branch of Eugenix in Southern India.
  7. Hey folks, lurker here for a while and now first time poster. Background - I’ve been losing hair since my 20s. Honestly back then I didn’t think or realize how bad it was getting and didn’t think there was much I could do about it. In my mid 30s I started fin for a few years which helped maintain some density in my crown but by then I had already lost most of my front hairline. I convinced myself I was feeling sides. Mostly a loss of libido, but frankly speaking I think it was stress related likely. I stopped fin and experienced an accelerated loss of hair in my crown. At this point I reached out to a doctor in LA and did a virtual consult (start of pandemic). He looked at me and said I was not a good candidate for HT cause my donor wasn’t good. This really discouraged me. I ended up trying hair systems for a year. While they looked good, honestly I was never happy with the process, the constant maintenance and reapplication (I run and exercise 5-6 times a week and this just broke down the bonds frequently) and more importantly it was always stressful when it came to travel and dating. I also wanted hair that looked natural for my age (41) and not like I was 20. My primary doctor recommended I get a second opinion. This set off a series of strange events. I went down this rabbit hole of research, found Eugenix, amazingly enough Dr. Sethi was going to be in San Francisco where I live for in person consults in a couple of days! I met him and as I had a completely shaved head at the time he quoted me a high number of around 7000 grafts. It was good to meet him though and I felt like I really had a shot at this. I started communicating with the Eugenix team and while I wanted to go with Dr. Arika, she wasn’t going to be available in Mumbai where my preference was (I have family that lives there literally 10 mins away from the clinic!) What’s more, I had to be in India on Aug 6 for a week for personal reasons and turns out they had availability to schedule me on the 7th! This series of happy coincidences really made me take the leap and go ahead with Dr. Priyadarshini Das. I’m the kind of person who would usually spend a year or more doing research and feeling comfortable enough to do this, but some personal events in my life over the past year have encouraged me to remind myself that life is short and when the signs are pointing to something, just go for it. Overall, barring a couple of minor hiccups the Eugenix team has been great to work with. I was mostly in touch with Mohit who was always very responsive and kind. I also had a video consult with Dr. Priyadarshini who was very sweet and patient. There was a bit of dropping the ball between different teams (for example had to contact often to get info about my preop procedure and timings) but overall they were all super responsive and nice. On the preop day we got photos taken and Dr. Das looked at me and said now that I have hair (I let it grow for the month since I saw Dr. Sethi) she did not think I needed more than around 4500 grafts, since she was seeing areas that were growing nicely and would respond well to finasteride. I really respect Eugenix’s integrity in this. She also noted I had some reverse thinning which would also respond well to fin, but it reduced the donor she had to get grafts from. We decided to get some beard grafts for the remaining. Sharing some pics of my hair pre-op. Note the very clear separation of my crown and donor is because of the hair system I wore till June. In my next post I’ll share some pictures and my experiences over the two days of surgery.
  8. Hello everyone, the decision to get a hair transplant is huge and this forum has been a great place to receive real and unaltered results from doctors around the world. After mulling the possibility of posting on here due to privacy concerns I've finally decided to post my current six month results from Eugenix Gurgaon. The decision to go with Eugenix was due to the amazing and natural results, specifically of the hairlines, that the clinic produced on youtube and this forum. I understand that 6 months is relatively early, but the trajectory of my results compared to other results from the clinic is sowing doubt in my mind and I would like to get the input of the community here. Remote work offered a great opportunity for me to go through with the procedure without having to go public during the ugly duckling phase. I paid for the highest package the clinic offered with Dr. Arika Bansal and got a hairline lowering procedure totaling 1050~ grafts. The goal of the procedure was to create a natural M shaped hairline and to fill around the widows peak. I will continue to update my experience and eventually give a full rundown of my experience at the 10-12 month mark. 2 Day Post Op: I was very excited and relieved to go through the procedure. I was very happy with the resulting hairline design but slightly annoyed with the asymmetry (right side noticeably higher than left). The work looked clean and the design was something that would age well. 2 week post op: Was ecstatic with the results so far, happy with the design. Density was ok but thanks to the research I've done on this sub I understood that the end results would be much denser. 1 month post op: As expected I was full swing entering the ugly duckling phase, the initial growth began to fall out and I even had a little shockloss around the central hairline. 2 month post op: 2 month results are exactly as expected, redness almost entirely gone as well as any dense transplanted growth. You can see how the widows peak was used in the new M shape hairline. 3 Month post op: Growth is starting to take place and hairline is starting to take shape. Good improvement from month two. 4 month post op: Amount of hairs starting to increase, progressive growth from the 3rd month. Noticed a gap to the left of the frontal hairline, hoping it was just a lagging area. 5 Month post op: Again steady progression in density and thickness. Noticing the asymmetry in the hairline shape and starting to compare my results to other Eugenix cases all over this forum and youtube. 6 Month post op: Similar to month 5. Although by no means bad, I am a little impatient with my results and the lack of natural looking density that I desperately want compared to 6 month results that Eugenix and other forum users have posted. I am currently about half a month from 7 full months from the procedure and am still excited and hopeful for a full and natural result, just a tad worried about density in the central area and left vertical side. I will continue to reserve full judgement and a full review of my experience until the 9-12 month mark.
  9. So after following the network for some time I’ve bitten the bullet and taken the decision to book a hair transplant. At 26 and with around a nw 3 hairline it has really affected my confidence. I’ve now booked the exclusive package for 2.5k grafts with Eugenix based on the experiences discussed on here in the hope of generating a natural hairline. I’m due to travel in September and the clinic have requested a series of blood tests ahead of travel. Does anyone have any experience of having these done in the UK before travelling. It’s soemthing I’ve struggled to find any more information on or find out how to get it arranged? I’m also curious to know how long it took people to get a visa for medical travel. Any advice in advance would be much appreciated. TIA. Dan
  10. Starting this post to capture my HT journey with Eugenix. I traveled from Chicago to Delhi for a procedure scheduled tomorrow 3/24. I’ll post specifics on number of grafts tomorrow post op. Very excited but also nervous to see how this all plays out! So far the hardest thing about the journey is the travel. This isn’t my first trip to India (parents from india) but rather the first in a long time. I almost forgot how brutal of a flight it is from the states 😆 On top of that there’s so much documentation you need to have squared away related to visas and covid. I truly felt relieved when I finally landed in Delhi late last night. The eugenix customer service has been top notch. I was greeted by a driver who took me to my hotel and was in touch shortly thereafter with my concierge rep setting up an appointment for the pre op, which took place today. Around 4pm today I visited the eugenix clinic for the first time and got my blood pressure and pictures taken. I’m scheduled for my HT tomorrow at 10:30. Wish me luck! Attached are pics of me today so you can get an idea of my hair type. I have recession around my temples and thinning at the crown. Thankfully the thickness of my hair allows me cover those areas up. Hoping the HT will allow me to keep my hair short again.
  11. Hi all, 9 hours ago I landed in New Delhi, and due to mega queues at the airport finally hit the hay at approx 5.30am local time. So right now at 11.25am I’m a little (a lot!) under-slept and rather hungry, but I’m here and will be updating this thread throughout the course of my journey. I’m currently writing from my hotel room at the Double Tree by Hilton, arranged through Eugenix. I’m scheduled for around 2,500-3,000 grafts into the frontal third with Dr Arika on Saturday 27th. We’ll see what the final graft count comes in at once we’ve done the hairline design & Dr Arika has seen me in person etc. Naturally I’ll be posting photos on this thread, but I’ll also try to include as much relevant information on my experience with Eugenix in general, as well as any tips & tricks for those travelling from afar in terms of medical visas, flights, challenges, food & things to navigate. I’m due to have some blood tests and am waiting to find out the details on where and when that will be happening. All I can say at this point is that my driver was there to collect me at the airport exactly where & when he said he would be and that he’s a saint for patiently waiting for about two hours past my scheduled arrival time for me to actually emerge from the airport! Feel free to ask any questions. Cheers Berba 🙂
  12. So I am thinking about choosing the premium package with Dr. Arika Bansal, but recently I have been having thoughts about maybe choosing the "exclusive" package, because I think that saving the money would be nice. Do you think the price difference is worth it?
  13. After years and years of deliberation, denials, comb-over/unders; I've finally decided to take the plunge. And after talking/consulting with around 7 surgeons, picked Eugenix as the best choice. Apart from the amazing results they seem to consistently churn out, what swayed me was the fact that they seemed to genuinely care; as in not as a patient or a customer but genuine care. I could see that in every interaction I had with them. Prologue I never had thick hair but it was pretty good till 35. Then the decline started with receding hairline and thinness. This led me to fist be a silent stalker in this forum and research as much as I can. And then early this year, became more active as I had a (self imposed) point of no return set for 2021 Have to say thanks to @Melvin- Moderator @Dr. Suhail Khokhar multiple reps from other doctors and of course, @Abhinay Singh! And also, to the well detailed stories from @paddyirishman @Looking for HT and @Zoomster I hope to do the same for the community (And this post is a start) Had my initial consultation with Dr Arika Bansal that @Abhinay Singh helped coordinate early this year. She answered all my questions and on call drew a pretty balanced hairline and estimated around 2,500 grafts to achieve that. I wanted to be a little less aggressive and leave around 2,500 grafts for a procedure down the road (If I chose to). After picking Eugenix (Reason above!) Decided on doing this sometime in July and booked with tentative date as mid-July. Sometime in May I picked the dates and booked my flights. Thankfully the travel ban didn't affect me so there were no last minute cancels. We had one more video consult with Dr. Bansal (And well, thousand line chat with Abhinay with my never ending questions...) and with nervous excitement set out to fly the 16 odd hours to Delhi! Day (-) 1 Landed in Delhi around 9 PM and (Thanks to a surprisingly super fast immigration/validation process) was in the hotel by 10 PM. Eugeix had booked me into the Hilton nearby and the hotel sent the car. Both Suryakant and Anil called me multiple times to check and welcome me. Have to say, their dedication is amazing (Much more on that later). Got to the hotel and after a heavy dinner (United food sucks!) slept early to prepare for the day ahead! Also, Eugenix folks were kind enough to setup a blood-work appointment at the hotel (Had some tests I couldn't do in the US plus the COVID test to fly back) (To be continued...)
  14. I had my hair transplant of 3000 grafts on February 28th and March 1st. I have chosen to document my experience in as a sequence of events format. Only the relevant details are posted. I hope this post is helpful for others considering a hair transplant anywhere regardless of the clinic. I will be posting regular pictures. I've started using Finasteride as well after the surgery. So we will get a good idea of how it helps the baby hair that is there in my crown and mid scalp. Please share your feedback and tips. Don't forget to wish me luck. Background and Decision The details of my situation and pictures before transplant are under the thread. I chose Eugenix after seeing good results in this forum here and elsewhere. Also because they are good with higher nor-woods and handling difficult cases, and mega sessions. I didn't want to take any chance even if it meant paying a little higher than normal. https://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/topic/62466-considering-hair-transplant-for-my-norwood-67-age-29-appreciate-your-inputs-request-for-comments/ Online Proposal: The following is the proposal I got from the clinic after seeing the pictures I shared with them. I have been told by medical counselor over the phone that direct assessment at the time of the surgery may change these numbers to some extent. After gaining confidence after speaking with Eugenix medical counselor a couple of times. I booked a slot for Feb 28, 2022. Proposed Grafts: 5500, Scalp: 3500-4000, Beard: 1500 Proposed Coverage: Hairline: 2500, Mid scalp: 1500, Crown: 1500 See Picture#1 at the end of the post. ---------------------------------============================------------------------- Pre Operative Procedure (Grafts Discussion - I) I reached Delhi in the morning of 26th Feb and boarded a hotel walk-able from Eugenix. I pinged my medical counselor to know when I can go to the clinic. He told me I can at 5PM on 27th. I went to the clinic as advised at 5PM. Scene 1 The coordinator there met me at reception area and told me that my surgery would be at 12 PM on 28th. I didn't know if he was a coordinator or a doctor or a technician at that time. So I asked me to check my hair as I was assuming the hair would be checked on pre operative day. I was wearing a hat so I removed it. He checked my donor area but he didn't say anything out. But I sensed an air of disappointment in him which of course is my assumption. I tried to show my beard by removing my mask and he said it's visible even with mask. I didn't shave/trim my beard for almost a month so that they will get an idea of how it will look when it grows long. Scene 2 (BP and Anesthesia Check) A nurse tested my BP. She has given two anesthesia samples on my hands. She explained me that it would tell if I'm allergic to anesthesia in 5 minutes. Sometime later, coordinator came back and informed me that my procedure would take 3 days instead of 2 days as the grafts planned are > 5000. He told me that there would be a photo session and after that I can leave for the day. I asked again coordinator about my donor area. He told me that he will ask a doctor to come and check. Scene 3 (Advised of Two Sessions) A few minutes later, a surgeon came and checked my donor area. She felt clearly disappointed. She told me that it appeared differently in the pictures. She told that my hair roots are wider from one another. I asked whether it's due to thinning or is it my hair's nature. She said that my hair is naturally like that. She also checked my beard. Although it looks dense due to long beard I grew they are still similar to donor scalp in terms of density (roots are wider apart). She was seemingly disappointed and thought about it a bit with the coordinator. She asked me whether I can go for two sessions instead of one. I asked her how many months apart two sessions need to be and explained my personal situation. She asked me whether I can at least wait for another 3 months. After this I brought up with her why I chose Eugenix and mentioned many cases from HT where they had done above and beyond and even compared to typical mega sessions. I think she explained me that it's different from person to person I can't remember exactly now the full answer. She mentioned that body(non beard) hair would be weak. They both went back after that to discuss internally. All the while my intention was to get best out of them for me. Scene 4 (Discussion with coordinator) After a while, coordinator came and sat with me. He explained me that around 4000-4500 grafts will be implanted and crown will be left out.(I think that's with not so bad hair line). He reassured me that minimum 4000 grafts will be implanted but they will still try to maximize anything beyond that up to 4500 grafts. Since all these scenes happened less than <20 minutes, I didn't have full clarity of how that would look like. So I was hesitant to make a choice. In retrospect, I think the difference in that plan would be just the crown. He asked me to not rush my decision. He advised me to go back to the hotel and think and he would call me sometime later to take opinion. I thanked and left the clinic for the day. Scene 4 (Discussion with counselor) After reaching the hotel, I discussed with my brother in law(he came to Delhi with me). He felt it's not a bad deal and we can come later for another session if we still think crown coverage is needed. I called my Eugenix counselor and explained him what happened. I met him in person after that to discuss. I discussed with him for some time. I requested him to convey my desire for maximization. He assured me that he will speak to them. I called him later to confirm the same. ---------------------------------============================------------------------- Surgery Day-1 (Grafts Discussion - II, Design and Slit Making) Scene 1(BP Check, PRP blood extraction, Payment) I reached clinic around 12 PM. The nurse checked my BP and took blood for doing PRP. My coordinator told me that I would pay for 4000 grafts and pay for any excess grafts post surgery. I paid for 4000 grafts. Scene 2 (Only 3000 could be planted) I was told by coordinator that photo session would happen as that didn't happen in pre op day. I was taken to the camera place. Assistants there took some photos. Then my assigned surgeon came and had a look at my hair. He said the donor doesn't look very good. He said only 3000 could be planted and he would cover only frontal part with decent hair line. I clearly explained that as a person who came with expectation of full coverage, it may be okay to leave out the crown but not the mid scalp as that would be too different to my expectation. He asked assistants to call a surgeon(the surgeon that had a look on the preop day). Dr Arika Bansal came instead. Scene 3 (Design by Dr Arika Bansal) Dr. Arika Bansal had a look at my donor and instantly said the roots are wider apart and beard also is similar. They said beard looked denser as I had grown it long. I asked her to cover at least until mid scalp even if crown is missed out. I told her that I can keep my beard short if needed. I asked my surgeon and Dr Arika if my it's due to miniaturization or it's my hair nature. They said it's the nature of my hair. Suregon also said my hairs are thin in nature. Dr. Arika told me that she has actually drawn the proposal for me for 5500 (for online proposal) along with other panel doctors but it looked different in photos. She told that I'm still young(29) and my loss is progressive. There is also donor miniaturization that indicates progress of baldness. She told me the crown can be improved with Finasteride as lot of baby hair is there. She advised me to go for another session later. She has drawn a design keeping hair line high. She has drawn half circle for the crown. She said an excess of 500 graft will be tried so that half of my crown will be covered and rest of it will be improved with Finasteride. She explained that this will only leave out a small portion of the crown left out. At that time moment, I didn't understand properly how 3000 can be done instead of 4000 as that would lower the density. But I think the compensation comes from drawing a higher hair line. I asked if coverage or density will be good. She answered in affirmative. On my insistence further, she told body hair could be used. She gave some instructions to doctor as she drew my hairline. She asked me if I was using Finasteride upon looking my crown. I told her that I have never used it as I didn't consult any doctor. She told that her "advise" would be to go with only 3000. (I wonder whether some patients still insist beyond what surgeons suggested but I wanted to go with their opinion instead of force negotiating it). After that she told me that many people still cancel surgery at that point as well if their expectation was 5k-6k and in person assessment differs. She basically said I still have choice to not go for the surgery. See Picture#2 Scene 4 (Conversation with my surgeon) My surgeon took me to show my photos on screen. He asked me not go for 4000 grafts. He assured me he will try to definitely maximize if possible between 3000 to 3500(not exceeding). He had a look at my chest hair and felt it cannot be used. I left to reception area to discuss with my brother in law. He Planned: 2000 from scalp 1000 from beard Scene 5 (Conversation with my brother in law) I showed the pictures to my brother in law and we discussed a bit. He had a look at the sketch on my scalp. This is when I fully understood how it all works. Buy raising the hairline lot of grafts could be saved. Of course I read about it before. But this came in my experience now. Because a lower hair line with temples would eat up lot of grafts. The drawing didn't really look odd to me or him. Because the humps are connected with receding sides and the hairline is natural and pointy despite being high. I don't know how the density looks like after growing but the drawing didn't look odd. We decided to go ahead: 1. I didn't want to leave empty handed after all the effort. 2. The drawing did look good, and half the circle could be filled with excess grafts they proposed and rest of it with Finasteride. (Eventually the half circle was not filled) 3. If it's in a different clinic I would have had doubt on the efficacy and skill and would have regretted probably. But I know I'm at Eugenix so I had to only decide about the look. 4. The coverage of different areas is only one of the equations. The yield is also important. It's also important that the grafts placed grow back as much as possible. One of the factors I chose Eugenix. Scene 5 (PRP, Slit Making - I) I was given anesthesia and the nurse did the PRP. The surgeon had made slits for the two sides of the triangular hair line rows. He told me not to worry as a second session could be planned after some months. As he did slits, he commented lot of baby hair is there everywhere on mid scalp as well. He told that it would grow back with Finasteride. I asked some questions I had as he did the slits. Scene 6 (Slit Making - II) After that a different surgeon came and made the rest of the slits for the rest of the area. She would answer the questions I had as well. A total of 3000 slits were made. After the slits are done. I was taken to the common area. Coordinator called the senior surgeon(that spoke to me on pre-op day) to have a look at the slits. She took a photo and showed me. See the Picture#3. The procedure was smooth. The only pain was related to anesthesia as one would expect. But it's totally bearable. They took some photos after that. I had lunch after that. Coordinator came to me and told it's done for the day and I would need to go by 9 AM on the next day. I was not really tired as the slit making took relatively short time.~ 2-3 hours probably. ---------------------------------============================------------------------- Surgery Day-2 (Extraction and Implantation) Scene 1(DHT) Surgeon took me to OT. The donor area was given anesthesia. The extraction and implantation started by a couple of technicians. Two surgeons that did my slits would visit every now and then to check on the process. Note that the anesthesia was given depending on the area of extraction in phases. I was half asleep for some of the procedure(not due to anesthesia). I asked them if there are double hairs or not. They told that there are double hairs and triple hairs are there as well. They showed me a graft with two hairs. Sometimes I was curious what technicians were talking among themselves . Especially when I sense they were talking about my hair. The words like dandruff/grafts/density etc intrigued me. I'm Indian but don't know Hindi well enough to understand in low tone. Scene 2 (Beard DHT) Post lunch, anesthesia was given to beard area. The nurse warned me that it would be more painful compared to scalp. It's true. DHT started from the beard. Only the lower part of the chin was used as the donor. They would check if I'm uncomfortable on and off and allow me to relax or sit up for a few minutes. They would massage the back and neck to relieve ache. When my surgeon-1 came. He was taking a look at my beard donor. I asked if he would make more slits. He said we will see in the next session. He said that generally 60-40 ratio only advised for scalp-beard mix. (I was actually not specifically asking about beard donor alone though at that moment. But he was looking at beard at that point.). He told we can see it in next session after few months. After a while, the DHT completed. Both the surgeons came for review. The surgeon 1 had a look at my donor area. Surgeon 2 had taken a photo in phone and showed it to me. To be honest, it looked good. I don't know how it pans out once everything is grown out. But post surgery it had an appearance of buzz cut and it looked good. As he signed a form, the surgeon told me that we can plan out another session after 5 months. Scene 3 (Sign off) Photos were taken. I changed back to my dress from surgical dress. The second surgeon accompanied me to the common area. She gave a bag containing medicines, betadine, saline spray, surgical caps etc. A book named "The Autobiography Of Yogi" was also included. (I exchanged it for English version the next day as I can't understand Hindi). I asked her if I can use a hat. She said that I can only use a surgical cap. I thanked her and left for the day. ---------------------------------============================------------------------- All the people were very welcoming and nice. Including the surgeons, coordinators, nurses, and more importantly technicians. They were frank when they needed to be. The procedural coordination was awesome at the clinic. After the transplant I stayed back for 3 more days in Delhi itself and I would visit for donor dressing. I worked from hotel those days. To be honest, it was less troublesome than expected. I was advised to not bend my head down even while working. On a fundamental level, I think we should avoid doing anything that stretches the scalp skin(?) such as heavy laughing, moving briskly etc to quicken the healing. The post op care team would ping and call every day to check on me. I must have forgotten to add some of the details. Please ask me if you have any questions that I can answer. ---------------------------------============================------------------------- Pictures Time I generally try keep myself anonymous on forums. But today I want to change it and post pictures without blurring. Picture#1 Of the original online proposal(You can see my pictures shared with them in the linked thread at the start of the thread) Picture#2 of the sketch by Dr. Arika Note that the half circle was not filled in the end. You can notice baby hair both the crown and mid scalp in below pictures. Picture#3 Immediately after slits Picture#4 Immediately after DHT (Baby hairs are not visible in crown as head is trimmed) Picture#5 After 4-5 days (Do let me know if you would like more angles) Maintenance Medications These are the prescribed medications that I have started using. 1. Finasteride 1 mg each day at bed time. It's too early to write anything else about post surgical experience. I will save it for another thread or a reply to this thread. I will keep updating this thread. I thank the forum for the experiences shared.
  15. Hello everyone, I want to give back to this forum by posting my recent experience with Eugenix Hair Sciences in Delhi, India. I write this review from the Westin Gurgaon in Delhi, having just undergone 2.5 days of a hair restoration procedure with the Eugenix team. Before I begin (feel free to hop to "Highlights" for the start of the actual write up) I want to give a big thanks to @Kirkland (check out his own Eugenix experience posted on this board) and to a couple members of the Eugenix team who made me - a Canadian thoroughly outside of my cultural context and comfort zone - feel comfortable and in good hands while at the clinic. Thank you Kirkland for checking in on me as my procedure unfolded, helping me on my Visa process, and for providing inspiration through your own experience posted on this forum. Thanks to Yugbir, a post-operative care specialist who sat down with me when I first arrived at the clinic and immediately made me feel welcome. He and another guy's name who I didn't get gave me a solid outline of what I would experience over the next few days. About ten minutes into the conversation Yugbir revealed that he had a procedure done himself, which looked great and immediately made me feel confident in my choice to go with Eugenix. I would also like to thank Dr. Shishir Chandra, who spent alot of time on me throughout the 2.5 days. He is a consumate professional who knows his stuff, and I felt very comfortable under his capable hands for the bulk of my procedure. I'd also like to thank Rizwan, who is on the business side of things at Eugenix, but neverthless helped me out with some post-op logistics and gave me a well rounded picture of Eugenix's ethos and business practices outside the operating room. And of course, a warm thank you to Dr. Bansal for designing a fantastic natural hairline (though I leave it to you all to be the judge). Dr. Bansal is a very busy woman, and even with the Premium package I did not get to see much of her, but suffice to say that when I did, and specifically when she was in the room working on my hairline and doing the slits, it was clearly evident how technically skilled and competent she is at her art. I can emphatically state that her reputation is well earned. So, here we go: Highlights - MPB progression: Somewhere between NW3v and NW5a. Noticed balding at 24-25. Confidence in appearance shattered by 28. - Donor Quality: good to very good; wavy/curly hair, soft skin, multiple follicles per graft - Cost: Eugenix Premium Package with Dr.Bansal. 210 INR per graft. Total procedure cost ~$20,000 CAD. Travel/hotel/PCR RT tests/Visa: another $5,000 CAD. Research Phase This part is straight forward. At 32 I realized I did not want to just lay down and accept my balding. A very close friend of mine started taking Fin, and that led me down the rabbit hole into a world where I found it was, in fact, not a given that I had to go bald. To my amazement, my genetics could be overcome. I started obsessively researching clinics and procedures, stumbled across this forum, looked at the patient results from Eugenix, and the rest is history. The previous sentence is a little hyperbolic - I did several extensive consultations before deciding to choose Eugenix. I spoke to reps from Hasson and Wong, Dr. Rahal, and had an email consult with Dr. Blake Bloxham. While these all varied and gave me important information, I ended up choosing Eugenix because it matched better with my goals and timelines. You can check out my original posts - but here is what my hair looked like in all its MPB glory around 2 months ago: Pre-Arrival After a consultation with Amandeep from Eugenix I bought the Eugenix pitch and decided to go for it, scheduling my procedure for Nov 8th. This will only really be relevant to Canadians, and if you're reading this after November 2021 the Covid-19 situation may have changed, but it is an arduous process to get the Medical Visa granting access to India. If you're planning on heading to Eugenix I suggest referring to Kirkland's write up on this (I did and it helped a great deal) and you can reach out to me in DMs and I'll help where I can. The Indian consulate is tough to deal with. They are not service oriented, which makes sense as they are bureaucrats and not service providers. They also use an external courier service (BLS International) which comes with it's own set of headaches. If you can, try to allow for as much planning and time as possible in submitting your Visa application. I did not have this option and I received my Medical Visa the day before my flight departed. with no communication from the consulate until I received it. This was not ideal, and a hell of a gamble on flights, PCR test costs etc. Arrival Travelling to India to do this kind of procedure is no joke. If you're coming from Europe or North America be prepared for the flight, but mostly be prepared for the time change and the culture shock. Delhi is a different beast - there are almost as many people in the city as there are in Canada, and that becomes rapidly apparent as soon as you step off the plane. Eugenix makes this transition as smooth as possible. At one point I was talking to three different WhatsApp numbers covering all pre-planning aspects. The day before my flight a concierge got in touch with me and as promised, had a driver waiting to greet me right when I got out of customs. If you choose Eugenix and you're coming from North America, just be prepared for a brutal flight followed by the time change. The clinic is great about planning the surgery after you've had a night to recover in the hotel, but travel length and time change will combine to rock your world. Recognizing this, Eugenix went easy on me on day 1. Day 1 I arrived at the clinic around 3:30pm Indian Standard Time. The drive to the clinic was eye opening, and arriving at the clinic almost moreso. Cultural context is important here, and for a Westerner Eugenix is a lot to take in initially. I would best describe it as Controlled Chaos, which is not necessarily a bad thing. WIthin the first 20 minutes I had spoken to at least 6 people, many of which knew my name and greeted me warmly. Within 30 minutes I was whisked off into photos, followed by a rapid hairline drawing by a very busy Dr. Bansal, then into a video pre-procedure interview. Eugenix markets themselves well, but we all know on this forum that the patient-posted results speak for themselves. I signed a media consent form (you can find me on youtube in the near future using James as a psuedonym), as well as a procedure consent form and a Covid-19 declaration form. Here is what my drawn hairline looked like: With my life thoroughly handed over, I changed into medical gowns and was off to the races. Dr. Bansal started on slits on my frontal region and right temple. During the procedure she noted that I was an atypical patient (about 1 or 2 in 100) with a frontal cowlick, which she decided to rebuild. I'm happy with that. I loved my cow lick. The Dr is a total no-nonsense professional. She'll humour you a bit with small talk but don't expect much. She has a job to do and she performs it flawlessly. My big takeaway from Day 1 is that the slits are, from the patients perspective, the quickest and easiest part of the procedure. This is how my frontal area and right temple slits looked after I was back in the hotel room (sorry I did not get better photos - I was wrecked from jet lag and anxiety): Day 2 Day 2 saw around 2400 grafts extracted and planted, covering my frontal area to mid scalp. Dr. Shishir marathoned this with me and I felt well taken care of. Hair restoration is a minimally invasive procedure, but the time spent lying down with your scalp being drilled into, injected, incised, and split apart is no joke. These marathon sessions are brutal. I did 10 hours on Day 2 and Day 3 and I have serious respect for anyone going 6k+ grafts. The procedure felt like a rite of passage. I experienced an endless dream-state in which my particular slice of MPB played over and over in my head with each acute sensation. At one point I teared up a bit, not from the pain or discomfort, but from the shedding of eight years of fatalism and confidence annihalation my MPB gave me. I was proud of myself for taking the leap. The best things in my life have come from taking reality-warping leaps, and this is right up there. Others here have posted about the Butter Chicken during the break for lunch, and I echo their sentiments. Chefs kiss. It's worth referencing cultural context again here. For the first couple of hours on Day 2 Indian dance music was blaring loudly from a TV in the procedure room. After a couple of hours I found it unbearable, and combined with my already intense anxiety and jet lag, my BP spiked. The Drs made the call to halt the procedure and get my BP down with food and a vigorous quadruple-handed massage, and after I indicated that the music was too much for me the team immediately shifted the music to soft classical music. On Day 3 that soft classical played me all the way through to victory, and though at times I was concerned that the Drs/techs would perform worse without their preferred soundtracks, that did not seem to be the case at all. The end of Day 2 left me exhausted but happy, and the drive back to the hotel felt completely surreal. Here is how I looked at the end of Day 2: Day 3 By this point I was more comfortable, had more time to adjust to the time zone difference, and my BP was reading normally. The finish line was one session away and I was mentally prepared to march toward it, step by hopeful step. On Day 3 around 2100 grafts were extracted and planted. Dr. Bansal did the slits for my crown and left temple, and worked on my hairline at various points throughout the day. The extractions on my upper left donor area were particularly brutal. Apparently I was bleeding alot there, and that oozing dampens the effectiveness of the anesthetic. However, as soon as I indicated any sort of discomfort the techs were there applying their blessed needles with soothing words. It's also worth noting that Dr. Bansal was on some sort of business call while doing slits on my crown, which may be normal in an Indian context but is a little alarming in a Canadian context. I was concerned at first, but it quickly became apparent that her eyes and her hands were a hundred percent focused on me, and I felt comfortable with what was occuring. Dr. Bansal has a powerful aura, and you feel enveloped by it when she is in the procedure room. It is hard to explain the deftness of touch and skill, but you know it when you're lying there under the bright lights hearing her call out instructions to the techs. The rest of the procedure went well. Dr. Shishir excelled again, and the entire team worked in concert, techs and Drs switching in and out to get me through. Because the procedure lengths are so long it is common for techs and Drs to switch in and out, but it is clear they all work as a well oiled machine. It is also common for staff not participating in the surgey to come in and out talking on the phone, asking you how you are, and generally creating the earlier mentioned environment of controlled chaos. This is very different from the Canadian idea of a medical procedure, and the Eugenix team are definitely professionals who are extremely skilled at what they do, but it's worth noting the difference for any Westerners preparing to make their pilgrimage. I felt comfortable and in expert hands throughout the entire process, and I am relieved that I am through and on the other side. Here are the final results of my procedure: Takeaway Eugenix's reputation is well earned. I post this to give back to this great forum which helped to change the course of my life. If I had to go through this all again, knowing what I know now, I would choose to do the procedure with Eugenix again without a second thought. I am incredibly greatful to the Clinic's Drs, techs, and support network of staff that make the experience as comfortable as possible for their patients. If anyone is considering Eugenix, they are the real deal. Feel free to reach out to me anytime with questions. I will make sure to update this thread with my progress. Happy growing hairs, happy growing.
  16. Initially planned for 1800 but ended up in 1900+ Grafts.. Results looks good so far. Overall experience was excellent.. DR SETHI and DR. ARIKA has a great team! If you guys have any question related to my experience, I would love to share.. Throw your Questions.. I will post my updates here! So stay tuned..
  17. I would love to share my hair transplant experience with Eugenix hair sciences with you all and would be happy to share my hair growth journey here. I won't be going into details of the procedure (just a few highlights) as there are amazing & detailed write-ups already present in this forum about the "Eugenix Experience". Overall I'm pretty happy with my experience with Eugenix and I would describe it was super smooth & hassle free. Feel free to ask me any question - I'd be more than happy to help. My background: 30 M, suffering from MPB since I was probably 18 or younger. I had an accelerated receding of my hairline during my early 20’s but I was able to pull off the look because of my curly/wavy hair until I couldn’t in my late 20’s. Consultation: I reached out to Eugenix some time in Aug’20, thanks to the amazing reviews that were posted on this forum as well as on their YT channel. They were very prompt with their response and assigned a counsellor asap. After initial interactions, I requested for a counsellor change and Eugenix were more than happy to help with that. I eventually had a video consultation with Dr. Arika where all my questions/doubts were promptly answered by Ma’am itself. She gave me an initial assessment of 2500-2700 grafts for the frontal third and advised to take Fin for the Mid scalp and the crown. Package: Exclusive – It included 100% slits done by Dr. Arika in Gurgaon, India. The extraction and plantation were to be done by the technicians. I understand that the pricing packages have undergone some changes lately. Mine had extractions from Dr. Arika as I had booked this package earlier last year. Hairline design: Got done with the post-op a day before which included anaesthesia testing, pending bloodwork, pictures and payments and was asked to show up in the clinic at 10 AM. Started the HT day with hairline design. Dr. Arika drew a conservative hairline on the first go which was at about 7 cms from the glabella. I asked her if we can get the temples done as well because just the 7 cms high hairline was not looking that great. Ma’am also mentioned that we can go as low as 6 cms and the choice was left to me. I was take ample amount of time to think this through before confirmation. My advice for everyone would be to take good amount of time in deciding the hairline that suits your head size & face. Looking at your pictures with the hairline drawn on a bigger screen might help - Ask the staff to help you on this. You know your hair better than anyone else and you can imagine how your hair would look like after decent growth. All in all, take ample amount of time, ask a lot of questions and trust the doctors and the process. I went ahead with a 6.5 cms high hairline with the temple points done. I had a few questions about the non-uniform hairline and the temple points and Dr. Arika explained that this would help achieve a natural and young look. The hairline design & finalization including trimming the hair took about an hour or slightly less. Anesthesia & Slits This is the only painful part of the process. However, the Nurse and the technicians engaged me in a conversation which distracted from the stings. I was all good after the first 7-8 pricks. Make sure they test the whole surface area before beginning the procedure. And if at any point in time you are feeling any discomfort, inform them immediately so that they can numb the area again. You shouldn’t feel any discomfort/pain at any point in time. We started the slit-making process at 11:30 and it was a smooth sail. Dr. Arika definitely knows what she’s doing and does it with an amazing speed, precision and every bit of professionalism. We took a break for lunch after about 1.5 hours when the slits were done. They treated me with some absolutely delicious chicken Biryani from Ghee and turmeric. Extraction & Implantation This was equally smooth and I was very relaxed throughout the whole process. I even fell asleep for a good hour or two. Me and the technicians had a good conversation going. They asked me if I was ok with the music they were playing and if I was ok with them conversing in their local language. I was ok with any kind of music and language as long as they were comfortable and efficient. It’s a great practice to check this with the patients and I commend the team for doing that. We slogged through the process with a couple of breaks for some Gatorade. Dr. Somesh and Dr. Shishir came in to check on me at the leg end of the process when my hairline and the temples were being done. Dr Shishir removed some grafts from the temple and implanted them to the hairline. I was happy with this level of attention to detail and thanked the staff & doctors for their effort. We finally ended up with 2710 grafts for the procedure. We concluded at around 8:45 PM and Anil from the Post-op team informed me about the Do’s and Don’ts for the next 7 days. I was given a saline solution with a spray bottle, a neck pillow and some disposable pillow covers (to help with the oozing for the next couple of days). I was very nervous about sleeping on my back. Had been practicing since months only to fail. But rose to the occasion when was faced with the real situation. The neck pillow helps a lot - DO NOT FORGET THIS. Supplements & Medication: Oral Fin 1mg EOD since Oct'21 Multivitamin (one with Biotin in it) daily Fish oil daily Collagen + Hyaluronic acid - daily Vitamin D3 once a week Pictures: I'll ask Eugenix to provide the better quality Pre-op and Post-op pictures. Meanwhile, make do with these. Pre-op: Post-op Day 1:
  18. Hello everyone! I'm finally posting about my experience with Eugenix hair transplant performed in January 2022. I will also post progress pics and so far two months post , I'm loving the results ! Initially my journey was suppose to start on March 2020. On the day I was suppose to fly out to India was the day Covid restrictions was Imposed. Needless to say I had to wait patiently for almost two years to finally fly to India to get my hair transplant done by the amazing team at Eugenix. All during that time they kept in touch and once Covid restrictions to India were lifted when traveling from the United States Eugenix were very helpful in rescheduling and assisted me with all my necessary requirements and paper work needed for travel. Fyi for my trip to india in January 2022 I had to provide the following (please note the below is subject to change by the Indian Government so make sure you do research and inquire with Eugenix what documents you will need for travel) 1)E-visa (indianvisaonline.gov.in) (make sure you carry a print out. I applied for the Medical E-visa) 2)Medical Letter from Eugenix stating type of medical procedure and date of surgery 3)Negative Covid PCR Test 4)Print out of self-declaration form from Air Suvidha portal (www.newdelhiairport.in) (you will need to upload passport images and covid results to the portal) 5) U.S. Passport. I arrived in New-Delhi on January 17,2022. My stay was booked for Double Tree Hilton Gurgaon until January 27, 2022. Yes that is correct I decided to stay for 10 days and it was the best decision I made even if I didn't leave the hotel facilities unless I had to go to Eugenix or to the Airport (Besides during the time India had 14 day quarantine when traveling from abroad even if Covid negative). I should mentioned that I was picked up by the The Double Tree Hilton driver all pre-arranged by Eugenix when I arrived in New Delhi. The reason I decided to stay 10 days is that I really wanted my Hair transplant to heal properly before getting on an Airplane for 16 hours and perhaps putting at risk any of my precious grafts during transit from the hotel in New Delhi back to my home. Also it allowed Eugenix to keep track of my progress and they even performed a fourth small procedure to make my right front hairline even better ( I will expand on this later). Best of all post 7 day hair surgery Eugenix will carefully wash your head to gently remove scabs from donor and recipient areas. Also if you stay at the Double Tree Hilton make sure you go and have free breakfast there every morning. This is not just a free bagel and free cereal, they have what I think is the best breakfast buffet I've experienced. From Indian cuisine and also western style. Plus the staff at double tree were great to get to know specially the morning crew during breakfast time I was Initially scheduled for two procedures but in the end it was 4 procedures total (which I'm glad that it happened this way) My first procedure was suppose to be on January 18 however Dr. Arika Bansal was still in Mumbai due to unforeseen circumstance and was rescheduled for the 19th at noon. Also on the 18th a medical technician contracted by Eugenix passed by to the hotel to take blood samples. On the 19th I was picked up from the Hotel by Eugenix in a very nice and clean Mercedes-Benz and taken to the clinic. I was seen by Dr. Arika Bansal, she was very professional and very nice with a very kind spirit which is something that I later noticed, that everyone at Eugenix had this very kind and giving spirit. It turns out they follow the teachings of Paramahansa Yogananda which explains why almost everyone that visits Eugenix has such great things to say about them. I'm not exaggerating they really are amazing! As a matter of fact Dr. Pradeep Sethi is building a school for the unprivileged children of India with the money they make from Eugenix. I can go on and on about how great they treated and accommodated me but that could be a whole complete post in it self. Needless to say during my consultation with Dr. Arika Bansal she was very honest with me, she pointed out that I had sections in my donor area that were patchy (you will see in the pre-op pics) and that if I would have to keep my hair no shorter then a 4 guard or else it may look weird. I already knew this and was already planning to keep my donor area long and I always figured if I wanted to keep it short and get a fade I could always get SMP done at my donor area. (I already had SMP work done on the Top of my head with great results about 7 years ago through his hair clinic hishairclinic.co.uk at their NYC location) She also mentioned that if I was ok with this that I was still an ideal candidate since the rest of my donor hair was of great quality and had enough to provide complete coverage at the top of my head even over my SMP hairline. Best of all she said I didn't even need to use my beard hair for additional coverage since I had enough donor hair on the back of my head. I was very surprised and happy to hear this specially since I thought my hairline would've been a bit above my SMP hairline and I thought for sure they would need to use beard grafts ! I was all smiles The first surgery started a bit late in the afternoon since pre-op pics needed to be taken and local anesthesia allergy test needed to be performed and medications given. This procedure was a total of 600 grafts basically the front of my hairline it was decided to continue the next day since it was already late in the day. Btw Dr. Arika Bansal did a lot of the critical extractions and transplantations for my hairline. They gave me instructions on how to take care of my head post surgery and gave me medication to take. There was a complete list of instructions I was given to follow eg. no smoking, no shampoo etc... but the main ones were 1) I was to spray Saline solution on my recipient area every two hours for the first 7 days (This is the one thing I did different, I sprayed Saline every 30minutes on both donor and recipient area which I think gave me great results with very minimum scarring. 2) Had to keep my head elevated and sleep in an inclined position to avoiding my donor and recipient area from touching a pillow. They also provided a surgical mat to lay on the pillow to avoid you accidentally staining the pillow. I personally slept with a travel pillow. 3) Was given medication to take, antibiotics, anti-inflammatory, anti-pain and pro-biotics 4) Avoid touching donor and recipient area at all costs ! A surgical cap was provided that I would have to wear any time I would have to leave my room. On the 20th this time I was picked up from the hotel early at 9:00am, medication was given and my second procedure started at 10:00am. On this day 1500 grafts were transplanted. I must say that the most painful part is when they start injecting the local anesthesia. It is still uncomfortable during the procedure even when under anesthesia from a scale of 1 to 10 it feels like a two. Well if you feel a two every two seconds 3000 times (1500 when removing from donor and 1500 again when being transplanted to recipient area) then you get the idea. Also there are times where some parts are not completely numb so the pain is a 5 or 6. If you do feel it hurting then immediately let them know and they will inject you with local anesthesia in the parts you feel pain. Eugenix was very on top of things and would ask me almost every 5 to 10 minutes if I'm feeling pain and they try really hard to make sure you are as comfortable as you can be. I should add that I felt very little pain when they extracted from my Donor except during a few occasions. Most of the uncomfortableness was when the implantation was being done at the recipient area (the less fat and more bone the more painful, is what I noticed). Btw I need to mention that during the session there was always a doctor there supervising the technicians and confirming the quality of work. The technicians were amazing it was great to see how well orchestrated they were. One technician would load the DHT tool another technician would make the graft extractions and two technicians would perform the transplantations. Another Nurse would be there ready to administer local anesthesia when needed and a Doctor on hand supervising. Please remember Dr. Arika Bansal does the extractions and transplantation of critical areas like hair line or temple work. (lucky for me I didn't need any temple work done). In any case this well oil machine is key to keeping hair grafts out of the body for as little time as possible. I counted 20 seconds from when my first graft was extracted to when it was implanted. I think this is what is key to Eugenix having such great results ! What made my day was that the technician loading the DHT tool with the grafts mentioned to me that I had tons of double, triple and even quad hair grafts so that was very promising. On the 21st I had my third procedure done 1400 grafts. I think because I was still recovering from my second procedure this one was more uncomfortable. (I have no idea how someone can go and do 7000 grafts in one day !). Lets just say I was really happy when it was done. I must say that during this time pre and post procedure I got to know the technicians and Doctors better. Dr. Vinita for example is very kind and knowledgeable we had great talks regarding spirituality and philosophy and wish I had more time to continue our conversations ! Dr. Shishir just kept me smiling and laughing and was very knowledgeable in medicine overall ! Once the procedure was completed Dr. Pradeep Sethi invited me to the farm house to have dinner with him and some of the other Eugenix patients including Mr. Gatsby himself https://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/profile/36717-gatsby/ I went to the hotel relaxed a bit and then was picked up and taken to the farm house. You need to see this place it is beautiful with huge gardens and fountains. Dr. Pradeep's plan is to eventually open the farm house to allow his patients to reside there while undergoing treatment once the place is fully furnished. As always Dr. Pradeep is very kind and would give you the shirt on his back if he could. He asked me several times if I wanted to stay at the farm house while I was there. I would have been fully attended by his staff including free food breakfast, lunch and dinner and even head washes etc.. Mr. Gatsby could tell you more about it since he stayed there during his visit to Eugenix. As much as I wanted to stay at the farm house I already had all my stuff unpacked at the hotel and I felt like Eugenix had given me so much I just couldn't take more, plus I'm not the type of person to want to bother the staff for anything even though that is what they were there for. That night we sang some very beautiful songs (Dr. Pradeep played what seems to be an accordion very well) we also had an amazing Indian cuisine with so many dishes to count each one better then the last. We then had a tour of the grounds and relaxed around a campfire talking about hair surgery and our adventures around the world. We ended the night with a game of ping pong and eventually me and the other patients were dropped off back at the Hotel. It was a great night full of laughter and great company ! its the 21st and noticed that my right side needed a little bit of a touch up around where the temple area meets the hairline. I asked Anil from Eugenix if it would be possible to do a touch up and of course they obliged (BTW I have to say Anil Saini from Eugenix, I believe is what keeps Eugenix running each and every day ! He will probably be director of Eugenix one day if he isn't already. Without him I don't know what Eugenix would do. He is so great with the patients and deals with all the day to day stuff. He is a very valuable person there and I'm very happy that Eugenix has him on their team ! They immediately took me in and Dr. Arika Bansal was able to do the touch up in an hour. I'm so glad I asked because after the touch up the results just looked amazing it was just 66 grafts but it was well worth it. I apologized to Dr. Bansal for having her have to work on me again but she said "I'm here for my patients and I want to make sure the patients are happy with the results" I was very grateful for this. For the next 7 days I stayed at the Hotel eating great and just watching MTV Indian music videos (Lets just say I'm now officially a fan of Pop Indian music and a huge fan of Akshay Kumar lol). I would also go to the Eugenix Clinic so that they would apply Betadine solution to my donor area. on the seventh day I returned to Eugenix for my Head Wash and scab removal. On this day I was so overwhelmed of how Eugenix had been so great with me that I ordered Flowers and had them delivered to the Eugenix staff as a way of me saying thank you and goodbye. That afternoon Eugenix also sent a medical contractor to do a PCR TEST for my return trip back to the U.S.A. I received the results 4 hours later. Double tree provided my transportation to the airport and at 2am I was catching my flight back to the U.S.A. TIP: Make sure to stock up on finasteride pills and minoxidil when at Eugenix the prices in India for these products are very cheap. I stocked up on one year of finasteride tablets and 6months of 5%minoxidil/1%finasteride topical solution from Eugenix for just around 140$ U.S. I've include pre-ops pics, immediate Post op pics, One month update pics and my Two month pics. I can't wait to see my final results a year from now. I will continue to post updates every month for 12 months. Thank you Eugenix team and everyone in this forum for your guidance and support !
  19. Long time lurker at the forum, after a couple of years of browsing through the website and looking up results, I've finally opted for a procedure @ Eugenix, Gurgaon on December the 10th - it's just a day away. I've had an in person consultation with Dr.Sethi last year, and another consultation over the phone with Dr. Arika. They recommend around 1200 grafts, I'm guessing it'll be around the 1400-1500 mark if we get around to fixing my temples. I'm 26 years of old, no major signs of baldness nor does my family have a history. Currently breaching NW 2, hopefully I'll get some pictures in for you guys in a couple of days. I'm praying everything goes smooth, will keep this thread updated over the course of my entire journey. This forum has been very helpful in helping me zero in on a good doctor, so thank you. Any pre-op/post-op advice? I'm all ears! Cheers!
  20. Hello everyone! So I have been reading a lot of material on this forum. I have definitely received a tremendous amount of information from here. It has helped me a lot during my immediate post transplant phase. I believe that my own experience with hair transplantation could help others who are seeking the same too. Therefore, I have decided to post the entire documented journey of my transplantation procedure here on this amazing forum. Here it goes: I started to lose hair by the age of 23. The loss was very gradual and it was difficult for me to have noticed the decline in my density. Eventually, when the hairline stared to recede drastically and my look started to change for the worse, I started to panic. I never knew anything about hair. I was scared that it might be a disease or some form of disorder. But even that was not enough to compel me to visit a doctor and understand the situation. I started with different home remedies and self imagined cures in the forms of advertised shampoos or oils. However, the hair loss did not stop. I started to notice more and more hair come off every time I combed my hair or even if I wet it. The worst part was that I was losing all confidence because of my hair situation. I started using hair products and other styling products to help hide my baldness. But as most of you might know, that doesn't really work. However, to come to the point of all of the above, it was only after I met Dr. Arika Bansal and Dr. Pradeep Sethi that they actually told me the honest truth about hair loss intervention. They made me understand the why and the how. And also what should be done to address the issue. For the already bald area, it was too late. But for my pre existing hair, I was recommended Finastride at a dosage of 0.5 to 1 mg. I swear by this medication because i have 0 hair loss since I have started taking that medication. For the bald area, the doctors gave me a transplantation of 2815 grafts. I knew about hair transplantation prior to this too. But I was not sure whether i would be able to go through with it. I was definitely scared of the pain. I couldn't quite bring myself to go for the procedure. However, the procedure was painless, contrary to my belief. It was simple. But it was lengthy (oh well!). And you gotta do what you gotta do. So now through the pictures, I shall show you the progress of my results.
  21. I have been reading this forum for a while and this is my first post. I got my operation done on 4th november and I thought it would be good to share my experience because one of the thighs that helped me to learn were the real cases that I could find in the forum. About me I currently live in Madrid and my age is 36 years. I started with minoxidil when I was 18 when I saw that I was starting to lose hair and because my grandparents, uncles and father are bald. That didn't stop the hair loss so I tried finasteride, but my GP told me that it could have side effects and unless baldness was a big problem for me he recommended me to quit, so in recent years I have not used anything to stop baldness. During this year I have been seriously thinking about having a hair transplant animated by the information found on the internet, I have started to take finasteride and have made visits to several clinics in Madrid, making the final decision to do the transplant in October. About the clinic Among the many options available, I evaluated the best Spanish clinics and looked at those available in India because my wife is from that country and we planned to go in November this year. After researching with a little more depth about top Spanish clinics and top clinics in India I saw that the best clinics in India offer good results but at a much lower cost than in Spain. But as is happening in many countries there is a lot of research to be done as there has been a large increase in clinics in recent years which has made it harder to find good doctors. In my case I decided to go to Eugenix clinic as it has shown very good results with many patients, they are very transparent with what can be achieved and with what can not be achieved (they do not sell miracles), they transmit great confidence, I have known real cases of their patients and they had availability in the month of November (something that in Spanish clinics was practically impossible). The technique they use is Motorized FUE DHT in which grafts stay off the scalp for less than 30 minutes. The first step is to prepare the receiving area by making slits with a needle that will serve to implant the hair later. In the second step, the hairs are removed and implanted simultaneously to put them in the slits made in the previous step. For the extraction, motorized cole punches are used that releases the follicle, tweezers to remove it and sava implanters to put the follicle in the previously made slits. Eugenix has several clinics in India, we decided to go to the one located in Delhi to avoid extra trips and because in it we could count on Dr. Arika who has had a very good training and experience, and along with Dr. Pradeep is the owner of the clinic. Another advantage of doing so in Delhi is that this clinic has a floor with rooms where you can stay so during the days of operation you do not have to worry about getting up very early and if any problems arise the doctors are also in the same building to be able to see what problem there is. About the personal experience Due to COVID-19 the simple fact of traveling already worried us as we had to take many precautions and fill out a few forms in order to travel. Due to travel restrictions we made a PCR in Madrid two days before traveling. In addition, on the second flight (we went from Madrid to London and London to Delhi) we were made to wear protective screens. Despite everything, the flight was like any other I had already done and in my case I was able to sleep half the trip. On arrival, as promised, a driver was waiting for us at the airport who took us directly to the clinic. There they extracted blood from me for some tests and I had another PCR done again. In the afternoon we spoke to Dr. Pradeep and Dr. Arika, who did a preliminary analysis and introduced me to a couple of former patients so I could see that after several years their results were maintained. The next day it all started. Together with Dr. Arika we performed the design of the implant and decided the grafts to extract, because of their experience we chose to be conservative, without lowing too much the hairline and covering the crown diffusely. The plan was to divide the transplant into three days and implement 5000 grafts. On the first day most of the work was done by Dr. Arika, she made the slits to mark where the first 3000 grafts had to be implanted and extracted about 1200 grafts, the implantation was made by the most senior technicians of the clinic. As the operation of the first day was 8 hours, we had a break to eat and a couple more since at some times it became uncomfortable to stay in the same position for a long time. On the second day, the doctor made 2000 more incisions and technicians performed the extraction and implantation of 2800 UF. This day was 10 hours of operation so we did more breaks. On the third day, technicians extracted 1150 grafts from my beard, implanted 1000 in the incisions made the previous day. The remaining ones were decided by Dr. Arika to give a little more density to the crown. During these four days, breakfast, lunch and dinner were provided by the clinic. As they do not have a kitchen, they ask you for your preference and request food from nearby restaurants, which in my experience were all good. Also, I was able to talk to Dr. Pradeep and other clinic patients, that made me feel like I was at home all the time since the whole team cares about answering any questions and even during the night you can call them in case you think something isn't right (in my case nothing happened). The postoperative The last day of the operation the doctor gave me some recommendations and medications for the first 7 days after the operation, and a series of guidelines for the first 30 days. I have already spent the first 7 days and have not had any difficulty (except problems sleeping comfortably with the neck pillow) so for now I am quite happy.
  22. I am scheduled for a Hair Transplant at Eugenix on June-6th and 7th for 4500 Grafts.Posted my current pics below. Very nervous about this but thanks to this network and the recent experiences shared i am hopeful that things will go fine. My procedure is scheduled for 2 days with 2200 - 2500 grafts on front and 1700 - 2000 on the crown area. 400 -1300 to be extracted from the beard and rest from the scalp. Requesting your inputs on the below : * Will the donor area have thin coverage after the transplant based on the number of grafts extracted ? Will this be a problem if any future adjustments are to be made ? * Do i need work on the temples too ? * Will these 4500 grafts be enough for density and coverage ? * For the blood tests required, i reached out to Eugenix if they can help but looks like i need to be there 2 days ahead of the procedure to get it done there. was anyone able to convince Eugneix to get the blood tests done a day before. If that doesn't workout, I am in USA and lookign for the best way to get these tests done. Do quest / lapcorp do all these tests or do i need to go through a physician and what would be the estimated costs? * I am planning to stay a few more days after the test in Delhi. My procedure is over 2 days (June-6th and June-7th ), will the hairwash be on the 7th day from June-6th or June-7th. Big thanks to this forum and members for sharing your experience. I intend to post my journey as well. Any suggestions / precuations are most welcome. Thank you !
  23. I am planning to get hair transplant on Eugenix in a few months. Those who have already got transplants here, could you tell any difference in results produced by two packages (Comprehensive&Exclusive and Premium Package). I predict my scalp could take around 1500-2000 grafts. Kindly provide your suggestions on which package to choose.
  24. Hi everyone. Apologies for the quick form style of post but I’m hoping for confirmation quickly from anyone who has made a deposit with Eugenix. I’m unsure whether to trust the contact person I’m dealing with. Any Eugenix point person I can communicate with here to clarify the process? The latest correspondence has been a little dodgy regarding the surgery booking. thanks guys
  25. After a lengthy amount of time spent researching, I am booked in for a two day transplant with Dr. Arika Bansal of Eugenix on 7/15-7/16 for 5000 grafts. I will be sharing pre/post-op pictures and my journey on this thread! Thanks to everyone who shared their experiences on this forum.
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