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  1. Hi everyone, I have a procedure scheduled with Dr. Nadimi out of Dr. Konior's office on 7-20-18, so I'm about 60 days out from surgery. I intend on documenting it as well as I can. This forum has been a great source of information for me and I want to pass along the help by trying to document whatever I can about the experience, my progress and results. That being said, I'm going to try to post pictures at the major milestones, i.e., before, after, 2 weeks, 1 months, and then monthly beyond that. I'll start by providing my backgrounds, I'm a 37-year-old white male and I've been losing my hair for about 17 years. I'd put myself currently at a IV or V. I've been on minoxidil for about 10 years, maybe a little more and it's done a pretty good job I'd say. At Dr. Nadimi's urging, I began taking generic fin about 20 days ago. So far I don't believe I've experienced any sides and I haven't missed a day of taking it. I intend on taking it for about a year to see if or to what degree it helps. I've read quite a bit of information concerning the sides, but you typically only find posts blasting it, although I understand the sides only occur in a small number of individuals. Regardless, I try to put that out of my mind, and to focus on taking affirmative steps to combat my hair loss. My dad is probably about a NW VII, and my brothers were both headed in that direction, but they've both chosen to shave their heads. My dad's father had a pretty good head of hair into his 90's. I believe my mom's father was about a NW VII, but he passed away in his sixties. Regardless, I've decided that since I have the option to try to take action and improve my follicular situation, I've decided to do it. I met with Dr. Nadimi on March 5th, 2018 and I really enjoyed meeting with her. She was pretty blunt with her advice and recommended a 1500 graft FUE procedure. I believe Konior's office tries to limit their FUE procedures to 1500 grafts, but I've noticed they've harvested between 100 and 200 additional grafts if its available and time permits. If it's an option, I'll certainly encourage it because I definitely have some space to cover. I've taken about 15 days off of work, so between those days and the weekends, I'll have about 17 days (including the date of the procedure) to recover. I'll be working from home to the best of my ability, so my apartment will basically be my office. I believe I'll need at least one additional procedure, but my hope is that I respond well to the fin and it stabilizes the loss and - with any luck - thickens some of my miniaturized hair requiring fewer grafts down the line. Ultimately, I'll see the full results from the HT at a point when I'll have been on fin for about 18 months, so it'll give me a better sense of the next step. Regardless, I just wanted to put my procedure on interested parties' radar in case they're interested in following along as a source of info for anyone considering booking a procedure with Dr. Nadimi. Thanks.
  2. I recently went to Dr Cinik’s clinic for a hair transplant. I am completely aware it is considered a hair mill and so will take my results with a pinch of salt, as I understand they will likely not be comparable to that of someone else who has visited the clinic. Day 1 I arrived at SAW at around 7am and headed outside to try and find my transport. It is quite chaotic out there, especially after a red eye flight where you have not managed to sleep. It took around 5-10 minutes for the car to arrive and I was then driven straight to the clinic. Once I arrived they provided me with a sandwich, some juice and a cake. After around a 20 minute wait I was taken to have my blood test and ECG. Once this had been completed I was told that I would be returning at 4pm for my consultation so I was dropped to the hotel where I caught up on sleep for a few hours. The hotel facilities were very nice and a lot more upscale than I expected, I also brought my girlfriend with me and it was easy to add her on to the room for only €10 per night. I was picked up and taken back to the clinic at 4pm. Firstly they examined my hair follicles in the donor area with some kind of high resolution/microscopic camera. I then had a brief consultation with Dr Cinik (3-5 mins) where he looked at pictures of my previous hairline and drew a new one on. Following this I had some ‘before’ pictures taken by their photographer and left to go back to my hotel. My girlfriend and I decided to head out to get some dinner from the surrounding area as there were quite a few restaurants dotted around, however just as I was leaving I received a call from the clinic stating that I had left earlier without paying for my surgery. When booking I was told that payment should be made on the day of however I was advised that as they planned to start so early the next day (7am) I should have paid the day before. Unfortunately no one made this clear to me and so a driver was sent to take me back to the clinic in order to make the payment. When I arrived at the clinic the staff seemed confused as to why I was paying the day before the surgery however I advised that as I had already come all the way back I would like to just make the payment at that point. They were more than accommodating and sorted this out and then dropped me back at my hotel. Day 2 I was being picked up at 6:45 so needed to wake up quite early in order to try and fit some breakfast in. Much to my detriment I didn’t have much of an appetite at that time. I was picked up promptly and arrived at the clinic where I had my hair cut. The techs then began giving me the pain free anaesthesia (a freebie as part of my package) and massaged this in to my head for a while. It definitely wasn’t painful, more slightly irritating (like being pinged with a rubber band). Whilst waiting for this to kick in they attempted to place a cannula in my vein for an IV. The first tech had a lot of trouble finding a vein in either of my arms and had to call in a colleague to assist. The second tech was also having no luck with finding a vein and so they had to insert it in to my hand, which they advised me would be a lot more painful. This whole ordeal made me very nervous as I felt like nobody knew what they were doing (probably somewhat exacerbated by me foolishly reading bad reviews of Cinik the night before my surgery). I think the techs could see I was pretty clammy and nervous so at this point they gave me a ‘relax’ tablet. I have no idea what this was however it looked a little like a Valium. After this it was time to begin injecting the actual anaesthetic in to my scalp. The pain of this was unbearable and I was writhing around in the chair. I honestly thought I was going to end up with some form of PTSD due to the pain of this. Luckily the tablet started to kick in a little which helped to calm my nerves, just not the pain. The tech administering the injections was very attentive and sympathetic and she stopped halfway through to give me a break and massage my head. They also gave me a cake and some water as I probably looked like I was going to pass out from the pain (if only I had managed a bigger breakfast haha). My scalp was definitely becoming more numb so the second half of the injections was a lot more tolerable. After this the extraction process began which was completely pain free (only slightly eerie when you can hear the follicle being plucked out with the tweezers). My memory of events become a little hazy after this point as I was hooked up to the drip containing god knows what painkillers (but I’m certainly not complaining). I had paid extra for Dr Cinik to open the channels himself so he came in at this stage and performed that part. I had also paid a little extra for my beard to be thickened so the channels on my face were opened too. After this it was time for lunch, which I actually rather enjoyed. I was served some juice, salad, bread, rice and beef kofta. It was a little hard to chew due to my face being so numb from the anaesthetic in my beard area but that was only a minimal issue. Now came time to place the grafts, during which I was hooked back up to the drip so slept for the majority of this. I could definitely sense a mixture of more and less experienced techs (4 in total) performing the procedure. From my impression it felt as though the more experienced tech was working on my beard and hairline which made me feel a little more confident, although I suppose the proof will be in the end result! The techs (especially the more experienced seeming lady) seemed really pleased with their work once the procedure had finished so that also helped me feel a little more comfortable. I really can’t fault how attentive they all were and whilst there was a language barrier they tried their hardest to engage in conversation and make sure I was as comfortable and relaxed as possible. Once the surgery was completed I met with one of the sales reps who provided me with my medications, hair was serums etc and provided instructions on how to sleep that night. I was dropped back to my hotel at around 4pm and slept for the remainder of the day. It was a struggle to get to sleep that night, due to the upright position. The sleeping pills they provided did not have much of an effect either. There was a lot of plasma leakage from the donor area during the night which was also quite unpleasant to try and sleep in. Day 3 I was picked up at 9am for a hair wash. The washing of the transplanted area was fine but wow the donor area was so tender. I thought I may pass out from the pain. Luckily it was over within a few minutes. I also had laser light therapy which was a freebie as part of my packaged and lasted about 15 mins. Returned to the hotel after around 45 mins and relaxed for the day. Day 4 I spent the morning in the hotel and was picked up early afternoon for a final hair wash. I was taken promptly to the airport and flew home in the evening. All in all it was a pretty well streamlined process. Now we just need to wait for the results! Here are a few before pictures: I was initially quoted as requiring ~2,500 grafts however in the end they (allegedly) placed ~3,500 in my head. They also implanted a further 600 in my beard. These are the post surgery photos and some of the donor area for anyone who is curious:
  3. 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:
  4. Hello, I have had what I would call a "quite pronounced forehead" for as long as I can remember. This became even clearer when I buzzed it at the age of 18, revealing some relatively high temples. Interestingly, the progression of the receding temples appears to be very slow, as you can see that there is no visible difference between 2 pics taken 2 years apart (2020 and now, at the age of 25). I am on 0.25mg fin since November 2021, after an initial shed I have not observed any further loss. I have been considering a transplant for some years now, as I do get self conscious on a windy day or when my hair gets wet, or many other situations. Since this decision has been a long time coming, I reached out to HLC in Turkey, and they recommended around 2000 grafts. I was told that I have great density, meaning my donor area should provide enough for some time to come. One final piece of information is that the only case of MPB in my family is my mother's grandfather, who never seemed to have gone quite bald (photo included), despite beginning at a young age like me. My questions: - If I assume to stay on 0.25mg fin, is it still a good idea to get the transplant? - Is it possible to follow a pattern like my great grandfather's (the pictures are of when he was around 70-80), even if you begin balding early? So, how likely is it that I will follow his pattern? - Is HLC a good option for me? There are 2 websites: https://www.fue-hlc.com/, https://hairlinetransplantturkey.com/reviews/hlc-clinic/ my correspondence has been with info@fue-hlc.com Thanks a lot!
  5. Had FUE with Dr. Hasson approximately 6 months ago. My result thus far doesn't look as spectacular as some posted on the H&W website timelines but been told by clinic my result is typical and there's still time to improve; hopeful that is the case. I only had the mid scalp and front area restored and left the crown as is.
  6. Greetings! Just about to start my journey with FUE in the coming weeks for estimated 2000+ grafts. As a female I’m surprised at the lack of information and posts out there. I’m scheduled for female hairline lowering due to genetically high forehead and hair thinning over the years. I’d love to gain more support and provide info for future candidates. I’m scheduled with a well-reputed North American hair transplant surgeon. I hope everything goes well. I will try to as much as I anonymously can post here to provide feedback and updates. Please send good vibes! Very nervous.
  7. Any good examples of smp on a shaved fue scalp?
  8. With the phenomenal rise of social media, there is a flooding of experts in any field and this is not necessarily a bad thing. We all like to have entertainment and most of us appreciate education. The danger however is that we can equate online presence, subs, views, likes and comments with competency. Don't get me wrong, some individuals may be very talented and also in our field, that may carry into the operating room as well as on camera, but it would be unwise to listen to "experts" who are great at talking or presenting but really have no pedigree or portfolio of cases to share their own work. We can all be guilty of it. We can be armchair footballer managers and could do better than any referee and find ourselves yelling at the TV, but that is a world apart from actually playing. I have seen a rise of apparent "EXPERTS" conducting consultation and am often left very bemused that the outcome is zero empirical data and certainly nothing to base a hair transplant on. I am not referring to zoom calls or photo assessment but actual hands on in clinic consultation with the doctor, but with no data given aside from a casual "you are a good candidate" take home summary. Always look beyond the videos to see the actual work, the history, the patients, the portfolio, accreditations, peer reviews etc..If they are not able to measure your density then will they be able to perform surgery?
  9. I had my 2nd FUE Hair Transplant surgery done with Dr. Ferreira in Portugal on 03/06/2021 & 04/06/2021 (2 day surgery). Since it's not my first post, I won't get into much detail about why I chose him and how he operates. You can find more information on my first post from 1st surgery. On my first surgery I had done only frontal third, so remaining mid scalp and crown were still bare. This was of course the plan all along - 2 step approach. 2nd surgical goal - increase density in frontal 1/3, fill in mid scalp & crown and reinforce existing temple points. More info in here. Here's my before & after 1st surgery shaven. Footage of recipient & donor area here. (I do apologise for quality of pictures. I should receive pictures from Dr. Ferreira in upcoming weeks). It wasn't a huge surgery, just 2881 grafts, but over 2 days. During my last surgery I had over 50% of popping due to my very elastic skin & excess bleeding, so Dr. Ferreira wanted to take it slow this time and make sure it's very well under control. This time, he said it was only about 5% as he was implanting the grafts in stages - about 500-600 grafts at a time and spreading implantations at a time. First day we finished with 1231 grafts (3686 hairs & 2.99 ratio). Dr. Ferreira said my donor has very minimal to no miniaturisation. He actually tried to find one under microscopic evaluation upon my request but couldn't see a clear example. Day 1 finished. Main focus - reinforcing frontal 1/3 as well as mid scalp. Day 2 same process. 1650 grafts (4562 hairs & 2.76 ratio). Grant total - 2881 grafts (8248 hairs & 2.86 ratio). These are approximate numbers - Frontal 1/3 - 700 grafts, Temple Peaks - 100 grafts each side, Mid scalpp & Crown - 1900-2000. My overall thoughts and overview of the surgery in video format on my YouTube channel is here. Dr. Ferreira estimated I've got about 2000 grafts in the donor available for next surgery should I need. This of course should be done carefully in order to preserve donor. So far donor area looks pretty good. There's a lot of hairs in between extractions from both 1st & 2nd surgery. I did a small analyze with close-ups in here. Overall I'm very happy with the way it's been done and the way it looks. So far following my post-op instructions and hoping for the best! I'm posting a lot of updates on my YouTube Channel if someone would like to know & see more about my surgery and my recovery. I will post here pictures as soon as Dr. Ferreira will send them over to me.
  10. Before Until now I was a lurker around here and it was really informative if nothing else. I'm in my late 20s and have never had a perfect hairline. In my peak at 19, i had two cowlicks one on the rightside and one on the leftside of my front hairline corners. With a widows peak to top it off. In retrospect i probably started losing hair around 22 but i didn't realize till i was 24 when a patch went "missing." This is cause i kept it medium on top and faded on the sides. That's when I started hair saving steps etc & also looking up doctors Diep, Wesley, Ziering, Arocha but waited years till I finally took the dive in 2022. I decided on Arocha. His representative Al deserves alot of credit as well. I met with arocha and my problem was an eroded hairline and diffuse thinning right in the front. We went over a suitable hairline and methods to maintain minitutizing hair around the front. I didnt realize we needed to slightly rebuild my left temp peak, it had got that bad. New hair day I got the procedure done on a Wednesday. I get nervous for just about anything so it was no surprise here to me, but arocha and all his staff was great and patient. The pre meds helped too. Arocha and assistant did all the graft removal, then Arocha did the incisions for the recipient area and also the PRP injections. The technicians did the graft placements. Took about 10 hours and I was pretty satisfied with their work and was actually starved more than tired. Post Op Arocha called to check in afterward the next day and I went in for a cleaning on day 2. According to everyone my donor area was healing extremely quickly. Which was good cause day 1 it looked.... ravaged. During the first week my head felt like a cinder block. I couldn't do much of anything without being nauseous. The outside of my head might've been healing, inside was something else. But, no pain no gain. Interesting note is there was very little swelling, only I noticed certain small points around my forehead day 2 and 3. Pictures include before hair loss, peak erosion, and post op.
  11. Hey guys, I’m 22 year old male who’s currently losing hair. I was told by my dermatologist that I’ve stabilized my hair loss. I’ve been looking for a clinic that could fix up my hairline and corners. I only need around 1000-1500 grafts. I’m also a broke college student with a $6000 budget. Losing hair has made my life feel miserable. If there’s a clinic or doctor you can recommend that is good with Afro curly hair that is affordable I would really appreciate it. I live in the U.S and I’m willing to travel for it but one in the U.S would be helpful.
  12. Hi all, first time posting here i got a hair transplant October 18 2021 from hairgrowthcentre_ at their Manchester based clinic, since then I have been on oral minox 2.5mg daily and dust 0.5 mon/wed/fri since June 2021 i can style my hair well without giving away my not very full transplant however I’m worrying that it’s failed and that I might have to go down the route of a second one. Any advice would be amazing thank you i had 2,200 grafts placed and no complications post surgery
  13. Hi everyone, Appreciate you taking the time to look at my post/photos. What are your thoughts on how the transplant looks immediately post-op? If you have any questions, please just ask away and I will be happy to help. Cheers!
  14. Hi, I need your help and recommendations at good clinics around Europe when it comes to repair cases (plugs removal) and the knowledge to build a natural hairline. Have read some good reviews of these and want to ask if there is anyone here who has any good experience of these? Dr. Bisanga Dr. Feriduni Dr. Lupanzula Hattingen Dr. Couto Dr. Keser Dr. Mwamba King regards!
  15. Hair loss does not discriminate! It has no respect for your status! Rich or poor! Young or old! The truth is you are more likely than not to suffer from hair loss to some degree, and we see that in royalty, celebrity, sportsperson, and even the to the super rich billionaires, including the world's richest man - Elon Musk. What we can however do, is deal with cards that life plays us to the best of our abilities. We can change the future, if not the past. In this video presentation, we go beyond the usual reviews and look at the the cause as well as the "cure" and see where Elon's loss most likely came from and what he himself did to address it, contributing to the successful and hair confident person he is today. How many surgeries did he have? Why is the scar line so long? What is the advantage of this? Why didn't he do FUE? This and other aspects will be touched on in this brief review on Insider Voice.
  16. Hey community, I want to share my hair journey (so far) and also hope for honest opinions and helpful advices. To avoid too much details, I try to summarize the most important facts (images attached to document the timeline): Current age 33, location Germany Blond/brown and very fine/thin hair (parietal ~42 microns, occipital ~44 microns) I first noticed my receding hairline (in particular on my own left side) in 2018. But already on photos from 2017 the density on my frontal area was weaker than some years before. Slow progressing during 2019 and as naive as I was I had thought "just do a hair transplant and everything will be fine again". I did not do any research and just had trusted the clinic of a famous german plastic surgeon which is closely located to my hometown. They had advised me to do FUT surgery and that I can expect good results since my hair loss is weak and they only have to restore the hairline. I thought "great" and got an appointment in February 2020 (close before Corona, oh why could it not come earlier) -> Summary: extraction FUT, 1100 grafts, incisions by blades, implantation by forceps, unshaven, low/weak NW2 before surgery, huge shock-loss Results 1 year after this first procedure: less to no hair growth, thinner crown area than before (including numbness between crown and FUT scar), FUT scar itself, higher NW (~3) ==> Conclusion: the biggest mistake of my life so far Since my hair was better before that FUT procedure and I wanted to give it one more try, I have started my research at the beginning of 2021 (not knowing the hair transplant/restoration network). Finally, my decision fell on FUECAPILAR, Dr. Turan in Istanbul, because their reputations were good, the guy doing consultations was amazing and the price was affordable (after my disappointing first experience with HTs). They had estimated that I would need ~2000 grafts and I got an appointment in March 2021. Summary of my 2nd procedure: extraction FUE (motorized and manual), 2208 grafts (most to the hairline and frontal scalp, no crown work), DHI technique, surgery over one day Results 1 year after the 2nd procedure: normal and good growth of transplanted hairs, reconstructed hairline, improved/better density in the frontal area Treatments/medication: Microneedling-Pen (~once every other week), 1-3 PRP treatments per year since 2021, saw palmetto (~400mg daily), biotin (~5mg daily), further nutrients, Nizoral/ketoconazol shampoo once a week, neither Fin nor Min So far, so good. The 2nd procedure (FUE+DHI) was a good repair of my disastrous 1st one. And I know that most guys would be blessed if they had my current hair situation, but I'm not completely satisfied. This is mainly due to a lack of density in my hairline resp. frontal area. I'm really happy how my hair looks and how it frames my face, but if I comb it up then I can see through onto my scalp. I can understand that it is difficult to create the illusion of density given my hair characteristics, but I think there is still room for improvement. What do you think, is it realistic to improve my density in the frontal area under this circumstances or is it already the optimum I can expect? For your information, I have planned the following steps: Share my story and situation with others to collect their opinions and hopefully get advices Contact some of the recommended clinics/surgeons and get a in-person consultation with my favorite one in winter 2022/23 (preferably with immediate repair of my FUT scar) Depending on the consultation results (analysis of the current hair situation, in particular if my hair loss has stabilized) I would undergo a 3rd procedure in winter 2023/24 (then I'm 35) to fill in density to my hairline and maybe do some work on my crown October 2018 November 2019 February 2020 1 day pre FUT surgery (front) February 2020 1 day pre FUT surgery (up) February 2020 1 day pre FUT surgery (left) December 2020 10 months post FUT surgery March 2021 day of FUE+DHI surgery (front) March 2021 day of FUE+DHI surgery (up) March 2021 2 days post FUE+DHI surgery (front) March 2021 2 days post FUE+DHI surgery (up) March 2021 2 days post FUE+DHI surgery (FUT scar) April 2022 over 1 year post FUE+DHI surgery (up) April 2022 over 1 year post FUE+DHI surgery (front) April 2022 over 1 year post FUE+DHI surgery (front) April 2022 over 1 year post FUE+DHI surgery (left) April 2022 over 1 year post FUE+DHI surgery (left) April 2022 over 1 year post FUE+DHI surgery (crown) April 2022 over 1 year post FUE+DHI surgery (crown)
  17. Hello everyone, I just recently got a hair transplant at Dr. Yaman’s clinic and would love to share my results with the community. My goal is to restore my hairline and make the left and right side of my hair more dense. My hair at the top now has gotten very weak and not as strong as before. I use to be able to style it the way I wanted but now am not able to because the hair just seems so weak. I am a bit busy at the moment and will provide more information about my experience and more specifics about my hair loss information. I just wanted to get the post rollin and will be sure to update you all very soon. Thank you for your patience! Before:
  18. Hi All, I am new here. I did an FUE procedure with Dr. Bhatti early May. Its been 3 weeks since my transplant. I am not sure how my results would be like. I am a bit worried, after reading some experiences. Would love to hear your thoughts. Total Grafts : 3268 Grade 4 Andrigenic Alopecia 465 * 1 1328 * 2 1834 * 3 Hairline + Mid Scalp - 3123 Temple Points ( L-307, R - 198) Some concerns 1. Some of my existing hair where hair was transplanted does not seem to come back. I guess it may be Shock Loss, or transplant was done over the hair. Would Minoxidil, Finestrade help re-growth? 2. I am concerned about Density, as it was discussed in some forums before. I would like your thoughts. Dr. Bhatti said he uses narrow slits, which is why it may look less dense as opposed to other surgeons. 3. How many grafts typically succeed? I have seen some discussions where the growth wasn't there at all.
  19. LONG time reader, first time poster. At the age of 22, I made a mistake and got a HT from an ISHRS doctor to fill in my somewhat receding hairline. I freaked out at the first sight of recession. I had about 2000 grafts implanted. If anyone around that age is reading this post, I would strongly advise against HT's. The hairline was too low and the density was thin, so I went back to the same doctor 6 years later and got another 2000 grafts implanted to attempt to add more density. Obviously, this did not remedy the situation. I got by throughout the years with a combination of longer hair styles and Dermmatch, but I really just wanted to reverse the mistake I made in the first place as much as possible. I started doing consultations with some top docs, as mentioned in these forums. I discovered posts about Dr. Gabel in these forums and luckily had moved near his Oregon office. We decided to extract out nearly all of the grafts that were transplanted there before. I can not begin to tell you how much happy I am with the results. I feel free again! There is still a little work to be done on the temples and hairline, which I plan to discuss with Dr. Gabel in a couple months after I heal to see what he recommends. I can not say enough good things about Dr. Gabel and his staff. Gabel answers every one of my questions and emails within 24 hours. I have searched these forums for many, many years and I can tell you Dr. Gabel is one of the best hair docs in the US.
  20. 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
  21. 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...)
  22. Hi Everyone, I wanted to post my results so far 154 days post op. I am not taking finasteride or any supplements. I included a photo below of my hair at age 24 before I started thinning and I feel that Dr. Hasson's procedure has turned my hairline back to this point once the hair grows out. I will post progress updates at day 180,210,240 etc until 365. Donor Area Photos Day 154
  23. Hi! I was wondering if anyone could recommend some doctors names or clinics that are good options for people with a smaller budget. I completely understand that you worse thing I could do is find a hair mill and pay a low price, but I would love some recommendations for doctors who are €2.5 /per graft or lower. Obviously I would love to be able to get the best hair surgeon, but I unfortunately can’t afford a huge budget HT. I feel like there would still be some good options for about €2/ per graft. So far i have a couple of names on my list, would love to have any suggestions on anymore: - Dr. Biçer, Istanbul - Dr. Demirsoy, Istanbul - Eugenix, India - Dr. Bisanga, Belgium (But i think he might be out of my budget) I’ve also attached some pictures to see what stage of hair loss I have. I’m currently 33 years old, and have been slowly losing my hair since i was 20. Any advice would be greatly appreciated 😊
  24. Hi, I got a FUE transplant of 1500 grafts done. The donor area patch is off-centered and visible after day 11. Will this patch cover up ? Will i be able to keep the current length hairstyle or no? Was the harvesting done properly? Please help!
  25. Hi Guys. It's been almost 7 weeks since I did my Hair Transplant and based on most people's experiences I've seen on youtube and pictures uploaded in this forum, it's about time for my shedding to stop. On the last couple of days, I'm not seeing anymore hair fall or lost during shower and even when I wake up in the morning. The 2nd and 3rd picture is the current state of my recipient area which really bothers me. As you can see, some pores looks like it's closed and some do look like it's completely gone and the hole that the doctor made when he implanted the grafts also healed like it's just a scar now. I'm not sure if this is what it should look like on my current status but compare to my status on my 2nd week (1st picture), it looks really different. Can somebody verify to me that everything that is currently happening in my HT journey is normal? I'm really starting to lose hope specially because I will have my wedding in 8 weeks time. I'm not wisihing for a full grown hair but at least my hairline should updated when that time comes. :'(
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