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  1. Having had FUE hair transplant with Dr Arshad “DrA” at the Hair Dr Clinic in Dewsbury West Yorkshire in February 2018 and getting amazing results and that self confidence back if not an increased self confidence it was only natural and a given that I would return to get a 2nd FUE procedure with the same Dr and Clinic. I had my year follow up of my first transplant in March of this year and was very pleased with the results and having hair and a hairline again. The first procedure was to create a hairline that I had lost with receding temples and mid scalp. We also discussed and went ahead with correcting my double crown that span in opposite directions which would appear bald and likely I would have in time lost hair there so was a great idea to do it now before losing any more hair. I had around 4000 grafts for the hairline, mid scalp and crown in this first procedure. At this year's follow up with Dr A we discussed that I still have enough donor hair to add density to the hairline and temples. Myself and the Dr was very pleased with the results of the first transplant but it was something I wanted to discuss with Dr Arshad about getting it more thicker in the hairline and temples. You can imagine it was music to my ears that we could. Dr A talked me though what could be achieved and left it with me. I am a manager of a social club in Leeds and can imagine I get busy at times and fitting a 2nd transplant was tricky to do right away like I wanted but we found a slot for August 28th 2019. Sommiya, always helpful and pleasant worked with me to find a slot around me and my job, no pressure and when I was ready and able. Choosing the Hair Dr Clinic the first time was easy as I felt in safe experienced hands with every step of the procedure , after care and expectations/achievable results to me by Dr Arshad and it was not a rushed “sales pitchy” consultation. Dr A takes his time with you and ensures you fully understand and are happy with what has been discussed. Therefore having this 2nd Procedure I would only go back to the Hair Dr Clinic and Dr A. FUE is an amazing technique and very non invasive procedure! You do not feel the grafts been harvested and are fully numb in the donor area. Yes just like going to the dentist the first injections is a sharp scratch and make the eyes water a bit but that’s nothing and you are numb in a minute or two. The healing time of the donor area is amazingly rapid with FUE as the tiny holes seem to close up overnight and within a week or two all healed up and your hair has grown back and covered your donor area. I never liked the idea of FUT as cutting away a strip of skin from the back donor hair leaving you with a linear scar that has more risk of infection too is not appealing to me at all. Also then slicing up the grafts from the strip of skin could damage the grafts leaving them no longer suitable. FUE and Dr A’s one touch technique has the follicle removed and in a dish of solution that keeps the follicle alive and healthy immediately until it is time to implant. This gives the very best survival of the follicles for implantation and are not out in the air been handled too long as with FUT. Preparing for a hair transplant this time around was relatively simple. I knew what was involved and what to expect and as I was returning to the Hair Dr Clinic and Dr A made it even more easy. I had no worries about the procedure and had full trust and confidence in Dr A to give me that wanted density in the hairline and temples. Dr A’s experience and medical background has me fully at ease to just turn up and get straight to it. I was a bit bummed out about shaving all my new hair off and ‘starting again’ sort of thing but when we first talked about a 2nd transplant I was told that I now have hair where I did not before and that hair from the 1st transplant will grow back immediately just like the back and side do. Therefore I will be able to style my hair as I wait for the 2nd transplanted hair to come. Plus shaving your hair off to get amazing hair back is a small sacrifice and totally worth it. Taking Finasteride like most men is a worry with the small chance of side affects to our sex drives and impotence mainly as I am assured that this is only affects a small percentage of men. I have taken them for over a year now and will continue for this year till the full regrowth of my 2nd transplant. I have had no concerns taking it up to now and spoken to other people on forums and my instagram page mikes_fue_story and one guy was older than me and had worries too but just had another baby. So having no worries myself and hearing things like that eases my mind on finasteride. And I have always had the mind set that if i even feel any different I will just stop taking them. Day of Procedure: 28th August 2019. I arrived at the Hair Dr Clinic in Dewsbury, West Yorkshire at 07:30 and greeted by Carol the friendly bubbly receptionist who made me a cup of tea while I waited to be called. Soon after I was called and brought to Dr Arshad’s office where he and Sommiya was waiting for me. Dr A had another look at my hair and we again talked about the proposed plan and achievement. We further discussed about adding more density to the temples and also strengthening the hairline. Dr A made a suggestion about a natural willows peak would suit me and give me an amazing hairline finish. Talking it over and visualizing it in the mirror where he marked it out I felt he was right and I had 100% in trust Dr A. I asked if I would have enough grafts to make this alteration and still have enough grafts to get the density in the hairline and temples and I was fully assure that I would. I then was given my pre medications as I read over a consent form which as consent forms go can me lots of small print and intimidating medical words to read. Hair Dr Clinic’s has a nice easy to read and follow format and fully informative explaining pre medication, pre procedure and what is all involved. I was now ready and we made our way to the treatment room where I was met with three technicians. Helen Serquina who also work on my first transplant was there with fellow technicians Natasha and Anna. Helen is a senior transplant technician with 16+ years in the profession and has worked all over the world. She also has a lovely and fun personality which adds to the comfortable atmosphere at the clinic but you know you’re in safe hands. Natasha and Anna both have a great number of years in the profession and have a friendly, warm personalities also which makes you so relaxed you do not feel like you’re in a clinic. They are propping me for the procedure like shaving my hair all of, which I personally think Helen enjoys too much (haha). Cleaning my head thoroughly, getting a gown on me and laid on the table ready for Dr A. All with good conversation and banta and not just told what to do which would add to your bad nerves if you are a bit uneasy with Dr’s and procedures etc. This atmosphere I love at it also passed the time too and takes your mind off it. Dr A then begins to numb your donor area with anesthetic and this is a sharp scratch and I felt this a little bit more this time, maybe because Dr A was this time taking grafts more from the sides and not the back where most came from in the first procedure to ensure my donor area does not become unevenly sparse. I was gettin numbing injections right behind the ear where the skin is thinner and more sensitive. It was not painful but I do think even though I was relaxed I also knew what to expect and when so maybe subconsciously I was tensing for the injections. Dr A constantly checked with me if I was ok and in any pain and if the numbing was taking place. Dr A then began harvesting grafts by using a follicular unit extraction machine that punch cuts around each follicle unit with a diameter range of 0.6mm - 1.3mm. Dr A used 0.7 on mine. Helen, Natasha and Anna was there taking the grafts of as Dr A selected and harvested them, caring for each graft by immediately placing them in a solution in a dish to keep them healthy and not handling them too much… “Dr A’s one touch technique”. And also counting up the number of hair each graft had. In the end I had 1637 grafts that consists of 1’s 294 - 2’s 661 - 3s & 4s 682. These will give me a total number of 4003 additional hair is my hairline and temples. This stage of the procedure takes around 3-4 hours and then we broke for lunch. Lunch at the Hair Dr Clinic is provided for you and I had a lovely sandwich, tea, juice, fruit and goodies to my pleasure. Everyone eats and chats together too and you are not left alone. There is also a cool full size pool table incase anyone throws down a challenge. I remember from my first time around Helen is quite the pool shark so I kept quiet and did not challenge. After Lunch we made our way back to the treatment room where Dr A was already there ready to begin. He started by numbing up my forehead and mid scalp where he will be making incisions for the new grafts to be placed. He also injects a solution under the scalp to lift the skin off the skull so that it is safer to make incisions. Dr A makes exactly 1637 incisions while technician Anna counts while he dose and since I can not feel a thing at this stage and sat up comfortably I ask Dr A if the tool he is using makes individual or multiple incisions. He answers “single incisions but its art”. He is carefully selecting where he wants the new grafts to be placed and where I need them… so yes it is art. This felt like it took around an hour max, but I ain’t clock watching and just chilling listening to music. Helen and Natasha then come and Dr A takes his break leaving his highly experienced technicians to place the grafts in the “beautiful Incisions” (their words) Dr A had made, making it a “joy to work with”. With the two technicians working together starting by using the 1s to strengthen the hairline and create a natural Widows peak for the first couple of rows, then the 2s, then 3s and 4s to fill in and mix in the mid scalp and temples. I am laid there literally wrapped in comfort because Helen placed extra pillows under my legs, bum and back thinking wow I am going to have some awesome hair after this! This took around 2 - 3 hours but you do not really have and idea of time as you are comfortable listening to music and chatting with the technicians while they give you awesome hair. Throughout the whole procedure and day I am asked how I am and if I need anything or the loo. At the end of the procedure and all the grafts are placed I am cleaned up, all grafts washed, vaseline put on the donor area and a bandage placed around my head to cover the donor area for the next 24 hours. Dr A and Sommiya are here to check and both are visibly thrilled and excited with the end result, which I said that filled me with joy before I have even seen myself! We make our way up to Dr Arshads office to take the post op medications and post op instructions given. Dr A gave me sheets of clear informative instructions day by day of the medication and dosage to take and when. A spray bottle and saline solution to spray the grafts and donor area every 2 hours to keep the grafts moist in this recent hot weather. It also helps with the crust when they form and any itching. Also I have some Sebamed shampoo for when I can gently wash my head over the sink after week 1. We then take that awaited look in the mirror and I am thrilled to see so many grafted hairs in the exact places I hoped to have more density. Also the stronger hairline with the added Widows peak looks amazing!! And I am thinking I am going to have hairstyles I have only dreamed of! We took some pictures and went for a drink in the canteen while my mate arrived for me. Again the whole day was exciting, comfortable and fun. And I can not thank everyone at the Hair Dr Clinic for their part in making it such a relaxing experience, leaving me totally at ease from start to finish. I am so happy and confident in myself immediately and more so 2nd time around because I know full well what to expect and how fast once the hairs have shed and begin to grow after a few months. I am totally excited and grateful to Dr Arshad and the Hair Dr clinic team. Feel blessed that in the Christmas period of 2017 when I was googling hair transplants in the UK and near Leeds just to get an idea of what could be done and a price for me and my hair loss. I found the Hair Dr Clinic 20 mins drive away and after meeting them for me they was no Dr or team better. Going to Turkey would have never been an option for me and even going to London ect Likely would not have happened too with work and taking that first step. Michael mikes_fue_story
  2. Hi All, I'm Male/30/72 kg./180cm. from India suffering from hair thinning / loss for past few years. This post is for Junios here or People like me who are facing Vitamin/Supplement V/S Price/Quality/Availability Dilemma I've planned to start some non "DHT Inhibitor" treatment for my Norwood 4/5/5a & thinning hairs with Minoxidil 5% (topical solution) & Ketoconazole-2 % based shampoo but got too confused on vitamins and supplements. I'm not too sure but I think I'm ALSO suffering from followings which might or might not be responsible for my hair thinning/loss. 1. Midlife crises http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Midlife_crisis 2. Delayed sleep-phase syndrome (DSPS) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Delayed_sleep_phase_syndrome 3. Dandruff (looks like I've overactive sebaceous glands, though I'm not sure) Http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dandruff 4. Back Pain http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Back_pain My food/work routine for past few year's were very bad so I knew I have to pump up my vitamin/mineral/amino acids intake. What I've understood from internet & other sources from a layman's perspective. Posting here so others / juniors like me get some info and Seniors / Doctor's can advice us. Juniors like me here should learn and read the supplement or medicine contents/compositions to figure out what exactly it contains & for expert info ask here in forum. Example: Cobalamin means Vitamin B12 Vitamin B6 is Pyridoxine and Vitamin H is called Biotin or Vitamin B7 mg= milligram mcg= micrograms g= gram kg= kilogram 1000 microgram = 1 milligram = .001 gram I know all Bald-win's are smart, but still just to put things into perspective. So... Now how to search similar (means same composition) and Cheaper drugs/medicine. India Specific ::Welcome to Medguideindia.com:::: Your Ultimate Medicine Guide India + World free login might be required Search Drug Information, Interactions, Images, Dosage & Side Effects | MIMS.com USA Tricks how to search faster and with more options and accuracy. Example: type in google searchbox medguideindia "biotin-5 mg"/"copper-3 mg" will get you results for all drugs/medicine matching biotin-5 mg and copper- 2 mg together in a drug/medicine. See Link: medguideindia "biotin-5 mg"*"copper- 3 mg" - Google Search And if you type medguideindia "biotin-5 mg" "copper-2 mg" will get you results for all drugs/medicine matching either biotin-5 mg or copper- 2 mg in a drug/medicine. See link: medguideindia "biotin-5 mg"/"copper- 3 mg" - Google Search Same and few more search tricks can be applied elsewhere on the internet and other sites. Admin's/Mod's can write a detail post on that. Important vitamins + mineral's from Hairloss point of view (along with their scientific name). Note: Supplements should be taken earlier, or in the middle of a larger meal. It is also advisable not to lie down right after taking pills. it is better to split it up into smaller doses to not interfere with the absorption of other nutrients. Vitamin B12 (Cobalamin) 6mg Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine) 2mg Vitamin H(Biotin) or Vitamin B7 300mcg (upto 30 mg can be taken) Iron (and the blood iron carrier ferritin) 18mg Zinc 15mg Copper 2mg Selenium 70mcg Silica (silicon dioxide) 5 to 20 mg The list above is the most essential vitamins / supplement we require to stop hair loss. And further a list below as per specific body requirements and deficiencies. Essential amino acid Milligrams of amino acid per gram of complete protein (on average) Histidine 18 Isoleucine 25 Lysine 55 Leucine 51 Methionine & Cysteine 25 Phenylalanine & Tyrosine 47 Threonine 27 Tryptophan 7 Valine 32 Some more amino acids : N-acetyl -L- cysteine (NAC)- 250 to 1500 mg Para-aminobenzoic acid or PABA- 300 to 400 mg L-lysine- 12 mg daily for each kilogram or 2. 2lbs of your body weight. Tryptophan or 5- HTP- 300 to 900 mg Hair Enzymes & Hormones: Natural Proteolytic Enzyme Bromelain- 500 to 1500 mcg Dehydroepiandrosterone DHEA - upto 50 mg per day Melatonin(sleep hormone)- 1 to 3 mg Natural progesterone- 30 to 150 drops Info Sources: Natural Hair care products & supplements hair loss and hair growth information Complete list: Dietary allowance recommended by (RDA) link: Recommended Daily Allowance (RDA) for a 30 year old male Vitamin A (Retinol) 5, 000 iu or around 900 mcg Vitamin C (Ascorbic acid) 90 mg Vitamin D (Calciferol) 400 IU or around 5 mcg Vitamin E (Tocoferol) 30 IU or around 15 mcg Vitamin K (K1,phylloquinone/K2,menaquinone/K3,menaphthone) 80 mcg Thiamin (B- 1) 1. 5 mg Riboflavin (B- 2) 1. 7 mg Niacin (B- 3) 20 mg Vitamin Pyridoxcin (B- 6) 2 mg Folate/Vitamin B9 (Folic Acid) 400 mcg Vitamin B12 (Cobalamin) 6 mcg Vitamin B7/H Biotin 300 mcg Pantothenic Acid (B- 5) 10 mg Calcium 1, 000 mg Magnesium 400 mg Phosphorous 1, 000 mg Chloride 3, 400 mg Chromium 120 mcg Copper 2 mg Iodine 150 mcg Iron 18 mg Manganese 2 mg Molybdenum 75 mcg Selenium 70 mcg Zinc 15 mg potassium = 4.7* (g) sodium = 1.5* (g) chloride = 2.3* (g) *means even they are not sure. :confused: Disclaimer : I'm not related to any website or link here directly or indirectly. All info here is stolen from various sources including internet. Except my own details :cool: Users here should use this info for further research only. I'm not a Doctor /Pharmacist or researcher. Now my main concern. I've made a list of Medicated (Synthetic) (not generic, as I don't trust generic one & they cost a ton comparatively) vitamins/supplement, Drug/medcine names on basis of their cost/goodness & availability in India. Price is mentioned in INR (Indian National Rupees) or (Rs.) 1 US Dollar(US$) = around Rs. 50 (for easy conversation) (Example: 10 Tablets for Rs. 50 means 10 Tablets for US$ 1) Seeking advice from Seniors / Doctors on which are looking better options from the list below. Or/Else they would like to suggest some. I'm looking for some less costly single pill for all Vitamins+Minerals(with Biotin & Silica) along with all 22 amino acids (with PABA) and Proteolytic Enzyme Bromelain,Dehydroepiandrosterone DHEA, Melatonin alongwith Progesterone enzyme. Now this is a pure greed... yeah! I know 1. Adventure Life Sciences Pvt Ltd Zincoaid Tablet: Vit B2-10 mg Vit B6-2 mg Vit B12-7.5 mg Vit C-75 mg Vit D3-400 iu Vit E-15 iu Niacinamide-50 mg Calcium Pantothenate-10 mg Biotin-150 mcg Magnesium Oxide-30 mg Manganese Sulphate-2.5 mg Copper Sulphate-2 mg Selenium-70 mcg Potassium Iodine-150 mcg Chromium Picolinate-25 mcg Colloidal Silicon Dioxide-1 mg Sodium Borate-150 mcg Sodium Molybdenum-25 mcg Zinc Sulphate-63 mg Vit A-5000 iu Vit B1-10 mg Folic Acid-1 mg 10 Tablet for Rs. 30 Very popular with doctors here in India for copper, zinc and vitamin supplements. Often doctors prescribe Zincovit which is same but comes with .5mg copper,and Zincoaid contains 2mg copper. Hence I chosen Zincoaid in my list. 3. Abbott Healthcare Pvt Ltd (AHPL) Supradyn Tablet: Vit B12-15 mcg Dried Ferrous Sulphate-32.04 mg Vit H-0.25 mg Sodium Borate-0.88 mg Sodium Molybdate-0.25 mg Magnesium Oxide-60 mg Vit D-1000 iu Vit A-10000 iu Vit C-150 mg Vit E-25 mg Manganese Sulphate-2.03 mg Nicotinamide-100 mg Copper Sulphate-3.39 mg Calcium Pantothenate-16.3 mg Vit B6-3 mg Vit B2-10 mg Zinc Sulphate-2.2 mg Vit B1-10 mg Calcium Phosphorus-129 mg 15 Tablet Rs.17 Again very popular & heard that it is very good. Form an American point a view, half a dollar and a month supply of vitamins & minerals 4. Mano (Orchid Chemicals & Pharmaceuticals Ltd.) Oxivim Capsule: Folic Acid-1 mg Calcium-150 mcg Vit D3-200 iu Zinc Sulphate-41.4 mg Niacinamide-50 mg Calcium Pantothenate-12.5 mg Vit A-5000 iu Vit C-100 mg Vit E-25 mg Cyanocobalamin-10 mcg Pyridoxine-3 mg Riboflavin-10 mg Thiamine-10 mg Ferrous Sulphate-40 mg Manganese-2.5 mg Sodium Selenate-100 mcg Elemental Copper-3 mg Biotin-30 mg 10 Capsule Rs. 48 For around 3US$ a month supply. I want to take this, as it covers basically all + 30 mg of Biotin and 100 mcg selenium along 3 mg of copper and 41 mg Zinc almost same amout of Iron. Seniors Please Advice. 5. Manufacturer Aden Healthcare Contents NAVTIC tab: nettle leaf extract 50 mg, saw palmetto 10 mg, calcium pantothenate 100 mg, para-aminobenzoic acid 50 mg, Elemental zinc 25 mg, L-lysine 10 mg, biotin 10 mg, Elemental manganese 5 mg, inositol 5 mg, Elemental copper 2 mg, folic acid 750 mcg, Elemental selenium 65 mcg. (Max Retail Price) NAVTIC tab 10's (75 INR) For around 4US$ a month supply. This is also good with some herbal goodness thrown in like :nattle leaf extract & saw plametto along with amino acid and PABA, but I've to club this with one more pill like Zincoaid or Supradyn (see above) to complete the course which I want to avoid. I strictly want to be on 1 pill regime for all obvious reasons. 6. Manufacturer Universal Contents RADIANCE-H soft-gelatin caps: collagen peptides (type 1) 175 mg, grape seed extract 10 mg, green tea extract 10 mg, calcium pantothenate 25 mg, nicotinamide 20 mg, vitamin C 15 mg, biotin 10 mg, choline bitartrate 10 mg, inositol 10 mg, folic acid 5 mg, vitamin B6 1.5 mg, L-methionine 40 mg, l-cysteine 10 mg, L-lysine 10 mg, zinc 7.5 mg, iron 7.5 mg, copper 2 mg, silica 2 mg, selenium 0.05 mg. (Max Retail Price) RADIANCE-H soft-gelatin caps 15 for Rs.142 More expensive options with some herb goodness + amino acids, but this has to be clubbed with Supradyn etc. to make it a complete course. 7. Follihair Tablet: L- Lysine- 20 mg Niacinamide-50mg Calcium Pantothenate- 50mg Selenium-50 mcg Manganese- 5mg Zinc- 25 mg Copper- 2 mg Iron- 8 mg Biotin- 10 mg Di-Methionine- 40mg L- Cysteine-5 mg 10 Tablet for Rs. 95 Some biotin+amino acids, Expensive in comparison 8. FOLLIDERM tab: biotin 5 mg, zinc oxide 25 mg, manganese sulphate 5mg, cupric oxide 2 mg, sodium selenite 40 mcg. 10 tablets for Rs. 66 Most popular with HairLoss Doctors here in India. Although better & less costly options like Skinvit and Oxivim (see list) are available. (Some seniors might like to explain this) 9. Apex Laboratories Limited Zincovit Folic Acid-1 mg Vit B12- 7. 5 mcg Vit D3- 400 iu Vit B1- 10 mg Niacinamide-50mg Vit B2- 10 mg Vit B6- 2 mg Iodine-150 mcg Magnesium-18mg Vit A-5000 iu Vit C-75 mg Vit E- 15 mg Selenium-50 mcg Manganese-0 .9mg Zinc- 22 mg Copper-0 .5 mg Chromium (Chromic) -25 mcg Molybdenum-25mcg Carbohydrate-0.2gm Biotin-150 mcg Vit B5- 10 mg A lot of Doctors prescribe this with folliderm and minoxidil 5% alongwith some antifungle topical shampoo. Though less costly options like Supradyn, Zincoaid or Becasule-Z or Allnid(see below) not considered. (This is the prescription of 99% Hairloss doctors in India) :confused: 10. Psychotropics India Limited Skinvit: Tablet Betacarotene-15 mg Vit D3-400 iu Vit B1-10 mg Niacinamide-18 mg Vit B2-10 mg Vit B6-3 mg Magnesium-50 mg Vit A-2500 iu Vit E-25 mg Iodine-200 mcg Silicon-3 mg Cysteine-10 mg Biotin-5 mg Calcium D Pantothenate-30 mg Chromium (Chromic)-50 mcg Selenium-100 mcg Folic Acid-1000 mcg Manganese-3 mg Zinc-15 mg Vit B12-9 mcg Vit C-75 mg 15 Tablet for Rs. 52 Good... Less costly comparatively. Also got 3mg of Silica, Cysteine 10mg But lack Copper, Iron and sufficient Zinc else could have been a 2US$ a month Solution. 11. Ramose Laboratories Pvt. Ltd. Allnid Capsule: Vit A-50000 iu L-Lysine -50 mg Zinc Sulphate-20mg Vitamin (B12) /Cyanocobalamin-10mcg Vitamin (B5)/Calcium Pantothenate-25mg Vitamin (B6)/Pyridoxine- 3 mg Vit ©/Ascorbic Acid- 75mg Vit (B2)/Riboflavin-10 mg Vit(B1)/Thiamine-10 mg Vit(E)/Tocopherol- 10 mg Vit(D3)/Cholecalciferol-500iu 100 Capsule for Rs. 30 Zinc + Amino acid L-Lysine with all essential Vitamins supply for 6 Months in Just a dollar. If you search you'll find more like this. I found variable of this is used in Red Cross , UNESCO for vitamin and zinc supplement. Thanks to all for reading such lengthy post. Do post your comments inputs and contribute to list to make it useful. Seniors & Doctors Please post your inputs. Thankyou & Good Luck to All Regards
  3. Me: Hi, I am a 36 year old male from the states & I have made the decision to travel to Turkey to get a FUE Hair Transplant Procedure. I am from Los Angeles however I’m currently living/working in Florida. I am about to board a flight from Orlando to London to Istanbul. History: I have been doing online research for a doctor for almost 2 years on Hair Restoration Network & other resources online. I have been looking into this procedure since probably over 10 years ago when I went to Bosley in Newport Beach to get a consult. Since my 20’s I started experiencing hair loss, not bad but I knew it was coming bc my older brother went bald so I was always preparing. I’ve used a lot of products from finasteride to minoxidil to random stuff and I am currently on nothing. I restarted finasteride but I stopped & I’m done for good. I never experienced any side effects but many people have & they advised against it. Also my logic was why would I need it since the hairs being transplanted were not affected by dht. I know doctors still try to push it when you do the surgery which is why I went back on it however I’m done with it for good. Im not going to mess with my hormones or testosterone levels. Decision: I chose Dr. Ali Emre Karadeniz. I looked at & contacted Dr. Erdogan, Dr. Yaman, Dr. Civas, Dr. Cinik and more. All these doctors are great. This is how I decided on a doctor or narrowed it down which I recommend to all (this website also recommends doctors which I used): go to the -> American Board of Hair Restoration Surgery ABHRS &/Or International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery ISHRS I figured if a doctor is certified by these governing boards that should be an excellent starting point. I also accounted for the costs of doing the surgery in the states, Europe & Asia and it was going to be the most affordable with great results & care in Istanbul. Turkey was the winner for me. Purpose: The reason I am giving my time for this thread is to help other guys like me. Guys like me who read a million reviews & went back & forth. Also I was hoping to get help from this community during my post op. Disclaimer I am not getting paid for this nor did I get a discount. I paid a $250 deposit to book my date Thursday December 6th & I will pay the full rest of the amount Wednesday. Dr. K has different packages to choose from. I did the standard package & I will explain why later. That was a tough decision. This whole process has been difficult. I believe forums like this & posts like this help both the patient & doctor track the progress & results. It’s a good way to keep everyone honest by showing real results not cherry picked ones. And last but not least to keep the provider accountable. I will let y’all know how things go. When I land, the consult, design, procedure & post op.
  4. Being in the industry of hair transplantation, we get the opportunity to play a part in an individual's journey to happiness. Although a small role in their overall change of personality and look, results such as exhibited below give us tremendous satisfaction and gratification. Our patients are our greatest source of inspiration. When Mr. RY came in for a consult with us, he had already witnessed our work on the head of our former patient. He is a close friend to that patient and he was amazed at how we had completed a corrective procedure for his friend. Mr. RY was Grade IV on the Norwood Hamilton Scale with a receding hairline and an empty crown area. He received: 1. Scalp donor: 2625 grafts 2. Beard donor: 1115 grafts The total number of grafts done for Mr. RY was 3740. He choose the Comprehensive package wherein the hairline design and hairline slits were done by Dr. Arika Bansal. The rest of the procedure was completed by Dr. Abhinav Kumar. When we witness the results that he has achieved after a year, it is nothing short of fabulous. His salt and pepper hair look gorgeous and his face is well framed by the designed hairline. He has been regular with his medications and PRP. Together with him, we join in his happiness to show off this amazing and beautiful result.
  5. Hi All, I am looking for advice. I am turning 30 in a few months and over the last year have noticed my hair is feeling thinner. Over the last few month, it definitely seems that i am getting much faster recession on my temples and it looks like i have lost a few mm on my hairline as there are now hairs the same length growing in front of it. I am also losing smaller hairs of around 2/3cm. Probably losing between 100/150 hairs a day (that I notice) and have some slight itching and dandruff that I have never had before. Nothing on the crown although definitely feels thinner and looks it when looking through my hairline. As ridiculous as it sounds hair loss has been a fear of mine for a long time as my father started balding at 18 and the process only took 5 years. This has been driving me crazy over the last month and I have become a little obsessive. No one has noticed or mentioned it yet even my girlfriend, but i am afraid it is just a matter of time. Asked my hairdresser who wasn’t sure but said there could possibly be more temple recession than previously. After scouring various articles and forums for weeks would starting to take finasteride1mg or Avodart .5 now be a good idea? I am fully aware if i start it would be a life long commitment. The other option in to wait and get a FUT at some point especially as the shred i will experience will terrify me? Any advice would be great
  6. Hi all, I’m 25 and just recently had a bit of a scare when I saw a photo of my crown. Am I thinning or just overreacting? thanks
  7. I am a 28 year old Indian who went to US on a 2 year attachment with the IT company headquarters at Silicone Valley when I was 25. Within 3 months I started losing a lot of hair. The condition has gotten to such a pass that I am almost fully bald. I find I losing all my confidence and this is reflecting at my place of work. i tend to stay aloof. I wonder if anything can be done for me. Will I have a result at all. Can you point to me any surgeons in North India. In or around New Delhi. I do not wish a painful procedure like the cut method they call the FUSS! Is surgery painful? How much time to get the result? Please help me. I need to be done with this fast. Planning to get married in 2020.
  8. Hi, I'm Ali and I'm 19 years old. So my hairline receeding started when I was about 14 but I had pretty good hair that time. I was okay with my hair until I turned 18, I developed chronic stress and anxiety about my health. I became hypochondriac for like 8 month I had stress and anxiety attacks and my body was always in fight or flight mode. However during this hypochondria I noticed rapid hairfall on my hands, books, shower and pillow and when I use comb or use my hand I had hair like alot of hair coming out I try to look at them deeply and found out I had hair bulb at the end of the hair. I went to derm and got diagnosed with diffuse alopecia IDK what exactly it is. I jus hope it's not Diffuse Unpatterned Alopecia. But time to time my shedding slowed down and my hair got better a bit but still I was worried if I get transplant in future will I be a good donor? And what do you think my hairloss is? Attaching pictures Family history of hairloss: my father is bald around 7 Norwood Mother side is okay no hairloss
  9. Hyperbaric oxygen therapy involves breathing pure oxygen in a pressurized room or tube. Hyperbaric oxygen therapy is a well-established treatment for many conditions. In a hyperbaric oxygen therapy chamber, the air pressure is increased up to three times higher than normal air pressure. Under these conditions, your lungs can gather more oxygen than would be possible breathing pure oxygen at normal air pressure. Your blood carries this oxygen throughout your body. This helps fight bacteria and stimulate the release of substances called growth factors and stem cells, which promote healing.Hyperbaric oxygen therapy increases the amount of oxygen your blood can carry. An increase in blood oxygen temporarily restores normal levels of blood gases and tissue function to promote healing and fight infection.Hyperbaric oxygen therapy is generally a safe procedure when done by a medical expert. Complications are rare.Pure oxygen can cause fire if a spark or flame ignites a source of fuel. Because of this, you can't take items such as lighters or battery-powered devices into the hyperbaric oxygen therapy chamber. In addition, to limit sources of excess fuel, you may need to remove hair and skin care products that are petroleum based and potentially a fire hazard. Ask a member of your health care team for specific instructions before your first hyperbaric oxygen therapy session.Hyperbaric oxygen therapy typically is performed as an outpatient procedure and doesn't require hospitalization. Increased air pressure will create a temporary feeling of fullness in your ears — similar to what you might feel in an airplane or at a high elevation. You can relieve that feeling by yawning or swallowing. For most conditions, therapy lasts approximately two hours. Members of your health care team will monitor you and the therapy unit throughout your treatment. After hyperbaric oxygen therapy You may feel somewhat tired or hungry following your treatment. This doesn't limit normal activities.
  10. Hair loss is an exceptionally a basic issue that a number of people suffer from. When you are thinking about how to avoid hair thinning, there are some things you should do to take care of your hair naturally. Hair may be dead but you should know how to maintain them. Losing a couple of strands of hair is ordinary and not something you should stress over, In case, if there is a notable amount of hair fall at that point it can cause you some worry. Hair consist of protein. Hair fall and its causes can be noticed clearly in most of the situations. However, the best hair transplant clinics are available in Mumbai with the best techniques. Listed below are some of the tips to take care of your hair naturally: Oversee the quantity of oil in your hair: A lot of amount of oil in your hair can cause problems like dandruff because of the weather conditions, this dilutes the scalp of your hair and causes it to fall. The best and easy way is to use a shampoo that is rich in Neem and Aloe vera. These elements will help keep your scalp crisp which in return will reduce the quantity of oil in your hair. Caution: Wet Hair: Your hair becomes weak when it is wet. Wet hair is often neglected when considering the aspects of what causes hair thinning. Let your hair dry naturally is the best way. In case if you want to comb your hair when it is wet a wide-toothed comb is the best solution. If you apply too much force while combing with other brushes it may harm your hair. Let your hair dry naturally, drying them with artificial heating and drying methods can make your hair fragile. In case if you have a habit of combing your hair frequently you should stop that because it can damage your hair. Consume less alcohol and cigarettes: Immoderate alcohol intake can reduce your hair growth, the people suffering from hair fall should reduce their alcohol intake Smoking reduced blood flow in the scalp. So this is a heads up for those people who are suffering from hair loss and consume an excessive amount of alcohol and cigarettes. Think twice before putting it in your hair: There are a number of hair products we get now a day like hair color and hair gels that contain a lot of chemicals that can be dangerous for your hair. When you use these kinds of products make sure that they are from a well-known company, avoid using products from an unknown source as they may contain harmful chemicals. At times hair loss can be caused due to medicines so be sure that you take medicines subscribed only by your doctor. In the case of the care procedure post hair transplant, you should only take medicines that are prescribed by your doctor and not consider taking anything unprescribed. Healthy eating: A healthy diet plays an important role for the people who are suffering from hair loss. Vitamin A helps with sebum production, vitamin B helps maintain the healthy look of your hair and vitamin E betters blood circulation in the scalp. Vitamin A and B can be found in meat, poultry, fish, and dairy products while Vitamin E is found mainly in vegetable oil, wheat germ, nuts, nut butter, and seeds. To make your hair strong you need to eat protein-rich food product. Hair loss can happen due to a lot of reasons there is nothing specific. One can only protect their hair by taking care of them. One of the most important times to take care of your hair is after a hair transplant: when you’re considering What to do post hair transplantation operation, you should consider this aspect. In case if there is excessive hair fall and damage is done to your hair the only way to make it fine is a hair transplant in India, from the best hair transplant clinic in Mumbai.
  11. These is pictures one of our patients. The pictures are "before & after" surgery, result of a hair transplantation surgery. FUEhair transplantation surgery was performed by Dr SEYMAN Clinic. 11 months later, our patient sends photos with magnificent hair growing. With advanced FUE technique, hair transplant procedure was performed using 3630 grafts. Requested result was achieved with 1 session. Extraction performed with a 0.7mm punch. Incisions are executed by Dr. Ertugrul SEYMAN with lateral slit technique. Grafts Implanted in 1 session: 3630 grafts In the shared photos you will clearly see: Pre-op photos - Photos after planning - 10 days post-op photos - Photos 11 months result of surgery This patient doesn’t take any hair loss medications. For free consultation and more information :http://www.drseymanclinic.com
  12. I took these pictures today and I can see its worsening day by day, and hair has thinned from BACK too , I am confused now whether to opt for FUE or FUT, initially I was considering FUT with Dr Sunit Soni from Medispa but have seen few bad reviews of his hairtransplant recently, thus im confused now. Help me guys with choosing the best method and a good surgeon as I am not worried about money but want my hair back, I live in United Arab Emirates (Dubai) so please suggest and help me. Just using olive oil as of now and not on any medication.
  13. I began losing hair at crown alone at 18 years old which has progressed to diffuse over whole scalp, had used finasteride on and off between 18-20 but have been using everyday since 20 yrs old, seeing hair loss slow down but not stabilise. I recently underwent an fue hair transplant procedure totalling 3200 grafts (6897 hairs) by ak clinics in Delhi. My hair count prior to surgery was 90 units/cm2 , 187hairs/cm2, my hair loss is progressive but I was also advised I have good donor area/cm2 to harvest. I am curious as to how many grafts I could be able to harvest via scalp in a lifetime with final baldness pattern is showing significantly, noting I have already taken 3200 grafts (1400 crown, 800 midscalp, 1000 front scalp) Any advise or opinions are appreciated. Regards
  14. Hello, there is a really good clinic in Istanbul, after 50 years, after my hairtransplant surgery, my outlook is perfect! And i have no hairloss. After 3 months, my hair started to grow up very fastly and now, it’s been 6 months, and i am not bold anymore. I’ll post the photos of me before and after. Till that time, I want to share the informations about that clinic with you, so you can check; https://www.opdraydintekgoz.com/
  15. My hairline isn’t straight anymore, can I just take medication or do I need surgery!?
  16. Hi, I decided to start applying topical minoxidil once a day to my scalp. (Doctor reccomended only once a day because I have low blood pressure and he didn't want me to faint because of this drug). Before applying the drug a second time, I decided to do some research online to make sure I coulden't get any annoying side effects (Drug companies LOVE not listing side effects that could ruin your life, so I thought I'd check what minoxidil consumers say) That's when I noticed the dangerous amount of posts linking minoxidil with erectile disfunction. I decided to stop my treatment immediately to monitor the drug's effects on me. And surely enough, as mind baffling as it is, I had erectile disfunction. Not a psychological one mind you. I am not an idiot, and I can tell the difference between having real symptoms and having psychological ones. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - You see, I had recently successfully gotten rid of my porn addiction (an addiction that was ruining my life) and haden't masturbated/watched porn in 3 weeks (trying to follow a regimen called NO FAP where you abstain yourself from porn, masturbation and orgasms). So you can imagine, how absolutely shocking it was, to realise that porn would not even give me the slightest erection (and adding stimulation would give me an insanely weak one that would immediately dissapear after discontinuation) My libido is extremely sensitive, hence why porn was such a bad addiction for me. The fact that minoxidil did this to me after being used ONLY ONCE scared the SHIT out of me. And I was scared it could be permanent (because I had read about cases where the ED became permanent) - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Luckily for me, it only lasted around 2 weeks, and I made (what I think is) a full recovery. I can't imagine what would have happened if I had continued the treatment for like a week or 2 though... This makes me really sad because I was looking forward to this treatment, but now I am completely scared to start over again. Any thoughts? PS: know that I despise liars on this topic I am a very rational, open minded, healthy 20 years old physics student. I have done proper research on minoxidil and I can easily discard facts from rumors or lies (aimed at influencing demand for product). So please bear that in mind before telling me '' It's psychological '' '' your ED was induced by something else '' '' Did you know minoxidil was actually used to try to cure ED? '' [Yes and it failed miserably at that, hence the most stupid argument ever] I encourage all discussion! ? Tell me/us your story and help me decide if I should restart treatment or not!
  17. I don't know if I'm receding, I've always been paranoid and I am searching for confirmation. Some say I am receding bad, some say its just a widows peak but idk. I am not comfortable styling hair up anymore. Last pic is scalp.
  18. Hello everyone. I came to this group to hopefully to find some answers/solution. For the past 2 years I been loosing hair. Wasn’t too bad until this recent year. And now I’m really able to notice it and of course getting really scared. I’m 23 years old and I’m not ready to go bold. I read about some pills that’s helps slows down the loss even help regrow hair. (Forgot the name) but was a bit unsure about the side effects. Please if any one has some advice please let me know. From shampoos to pills or anything that would help. Thank you. I’ll attach some pictures. Does not look too bad since I let my hair grow long. But it’s really thinning out and not a lot left. One pic is the hair I loose daily ☹️ And that is a small amount compared to other
  19. A new world record in the history of Hair Transplant - 11,250 hairs implanted in a single session! Another feather in DHI International Cap! For more information visit : https://goo.gl/wBJh1o
  20. Hello. Lately, I've lost the 5th part of what I had had. Probably because of huge stress. Now I have to force myself to go out because I feel so ugly. How to hide it? I don't want to go aIways in the hat. And yesterday I saw on YouTube the girl with very thin hair curl it, and it created an illusion she has more hair. Can it work? And she used a curling iron. But I am afraid. Though, according to the professional curling irons reviews , this device shouldn't damage hair a lot. Or isn't it true? What would you suggest?:confused: I don't want to lose my left hair because of heat devices:(
  21. So around 5 years ago I noticed a blatant recession.. fair enough it happens and although I was only 23 it didn't really bug me to much but now Ive just turned 28 and it's got substancualy worse with thinning retreating higher up my head on both sides but more so on my right?! (Bizarre) I had an episode of extreme anxiety around a year or two back which lasted for a week or two followed by a reoccurring infection later that year (so many anti biotics yuck!) both of course stressed my body fairly bad and I have rececenty been shedding a great deal more and my normal mature recedding hairline seems to have decided to head more north then with the general pattern it should have... I have never tried any pills (fin) or minox etc and have not spoken to a doctor or any professionals about what my options are now... Obviously this is upsetting to me but I am willing to consider anything to retain what I have left Any information would be much appreciated guys! I would say I am Norwood 2 currently?
  22. Hi i am considering fue procedure with a renowned hair transplant clinic. Plan is to have 2500 grafts for now & future procedure if needed. Based on pic provided, what should be my expectation? Only front 3rd portion will be used to place grafts. What portion will get full hair. Will it look weird when future hair loss happens. Am i even a good candidate for transplant as mine look like advanced stage of norwood chart. I am 35, not 5 of corse.
  23. Am i the only one who has been reading a lot about stemcells and the future regenerative cures they could provide? If not, how many years do you guys think it will take before they could be available? 3, 5 or maybe 10 years from now? Will they be so pricey that normal people couldn't afford them? With thanks, a curious young balding male Website
  24. Good Afternoon, I recently ordered Finpecia from AllDayChemist and it has come in 3 tables in a row instead of 2 in a row (my friend has 2 tablets in a row with his) Is this normal or is my Finpecia counterfeit?
  25. Hi there, I'm planning on wearing a lace hair system just on the receding parts of my frontal hairline and attach it with glue. Now there's one question that has been quite bothering me.. Does wearing an hairpiece on already bald spots accelerate/cause hairloss in the surrounding area? I want to take it off carefully and clean it at least once a week (if the glue (ghostbond xl) holds up that long). Also, I'm not planning on wearing it for weeks in a row. Hope someone can help me out with this question Thank you!
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