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  1. 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.
  2. 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.
  3. 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
  4. 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.
  5. 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
  6. 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.
  7. 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/
  8. My hairline isn’t straight anymore, can I just take medication or do I need surgery!?
  9. 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!
  10. 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.
  11. 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
  12. 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
  13. 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
  14. 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:(
  15. 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?
  16. 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.
  17. 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
  18. 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?
  19. 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!
  20. This patient from the Los Angeles area desired to have his hairline and frontal area of his scalp transplanted to restore his hair in those areas. 3655 follicular unit grafts were transplanted into the frontal hairline region in one session. The photographs demonstrate his appearance before the transplant and at his one-year follow up visit. Additionally, we included close-up photographs of the hairline and transplanted area in the frontal region of the scalp. The patient is on finasteride and minoxidil which are helping to maintain his natural hair – in fact, he has had an excellent response to the medications which have thickened his hair. The patient is very active in sports and is extremely satisfied with the results he has obtained as he feels he has gained a more youthful appearance by framing his face with the transplanted hairs and boosted his overall confidence.
  21. Hi all just had my SMP done could you let me know what you think please. Day 1 Done at immortal cosmetics Carlisle using World Famous Cosmetic Inks from America and took 4 hours total and will need another session to complete
  22. So I recently got back on Rogaine for a couple of months now. In this process I also got back into getting myself in shape as I was no doubt out of it. I always thought "wow I'm really getting into shape now" as my body was losing fat all over. But I thought my face was always the part of me that needed more work. I thought the more I get in shape the easier this will be to see my cheekbones really pop like they used to. I feel like I'm very close to my goals but yet my jaw isn't as sharp and defined. Then, like any other thing I come to find out a side effect of Rogaine can cause puffy face / face swelling. This is where I thought the apocalypse was coming because then I started to get paranoid as hell thinking is Rogaine making my face swell? As if my hair problem isn't enough I have been on Rogaine for years I can't stop now, I'll lose my hair I've gained. I heard stopping Rogaine fixes it so I have been off it for about 3 days. I'm scared my hairs gonna start to go. So I don't know how much of this could be Rogaine and how much of this could be my weight / paranoia. I'm gonna keep losing weight but I also don't know if that's worth helping my hair fall out faster? What do I do?! is it Rogaine or all in my head? If NEEDED, I can post pictures but I posted this to see your guys experiences and if anyone has dealt with this like I have, would really appreciate it.
  23. Hello! I just joined this forum today, but I have been reading several posts trying to find a situation similar to mine (with very little success). I won't be providing my doctors name until the end of the year when the results are final (to avoid damaging reputations) and I won't be posting any pictures. Prepare yourselves for some reading! I had very mild hair loss in the temple area, I would say I was a nor wood 1, but i've had that hairline since I was 19 and it really never changed or thinned. My hair was never extremely thick as I have fine hair, but it looked nice. When I was 21 I was diagnosed with cancer and had several procedures on my scalp to remove tumors. For the most part, my hair was not affected by these surgeries all but a large patch of scar tissue (about 4 inches long and 2 inches wide, on the top left of my scalp. I found ways to cover the scarring using products like caboki, but It was a very labor intensive process and never quite looked right. My part line on the left side of my head and some of the hair in front of the scar thinned a bit over the past 8 years, but it wasn't noticeable to anyone other than myself. The right side of my head remained extremely thick by comparison. I decided I wanted a hair transplant to cover my scar and to fix my part line, so like most people, i decided to do some research. First, I went to bosley to get some pictures taken and a consultation, after doing more research I discovered I shouldn't allow them to perform my procedure. The consultation , at least, provided me with time stamped and dated pictures which may come in handy later. The pictures show how thick my hair appears everywhere but on my scar and left part line. When I discovered this forum, in addition to several others, It became clear that there was a network of trusted doctors with pretty stellar track records as far as hair transplantation goes. I decided I would go and see one from this network. I met with mine via webcam for the consultation and estimate, as It was quite a drive he recommended that as an option. He had me comb through my hair with a wet comb and he determined that a 2500 graft procedure would be adequate to cover my scar and the thinning part line. He said it appeared to be pretty thick in the other areas on my head. We came to the price of $10,000 dollars for an FUT procedure. To me it was worth it, as this scar was/is very hard to look at and greatly impacted my confidence. My family made sacrifices and chipped in so that I could afford this procedure. I was provided with pre op and post op instructions which i followed religiously. I asked several questions, like "Is Propecia/rogain necessary? Id prefer not to take either", to which I was told they could improve my results but were not essential to the success of this procedure or my hair. I was sold. I paid the 1000 dollar non refundable deposit and set up an appointment for the following month. I drove nearly 7 hours to get to the doctors office. I was promptly sat down in front of a camera and given a completely different story than my consultation. I was told I was going to lose "a lot" of hair and that Propecia would be a good option for me if I wanted to keep it. If I was given this news at the consultation, I think I would have reconsidered surgery as an option. It was shocking news as I never considered myself a candidate for baldness. My hair looked good all but the scar and I have no baldness that I know of in my family. For me, the risks of propecia outweigh the benefit greatly and I cannot understand why anyone would willingly put themselves at risk in this manner for hair. I told him I was not willing to take propecia because of the side effects. He assured me this procedure was still a good investment and escorted me to the operating room. It was an 8 hour long procedure, of that 8 hours the doctor maybe spent 2 hours in the room. The work was largely done by his technicians. It was uncomfortable, a bit painful, but thankfully I had endured much worse before and I was determined to have this scar covered. After the procedure I was sat down in front of a camera again and photographed. The doctor gave me a lecture on laser therapy and showed me a cap that he was selling for 5000 dollars. He told me this cap was more effective than propecia and it came without the side effects. It felt like a snake oil salesman's pitch, and I knew from these forums that laser therapy is very hit or miss. Either way, I didn't have another cent to spend so i declined. The scar was swollen and hurt for days, and as expected, my hair started falling out within 2 weeks. The hair around the FUT donor area thinned, the hair near the transplanted area thinned, and the transplants themselves fell out (not the follicle, just the hair). It was hard seeing myself this way, I didn't want to leave the house. I followed the instructions and held out because I knew/believed this was the "shock loss" I was warned about. Skipping ahead, I am nearly 4 months post op. I have seen a lot of regrowth from the transplanted follicles, though as expected, they are very thin looking and dont cover my scar yet. I know this could take 12 months to really know the quality so Ill be patient on that. What really bugs me is my hair, as in all of my hair, is noticeably thinner since the surgery. I can see straight through it to my scalp. If I look close I see my hairs are needle thin, much finer than before. I cant say Ive noticed any unusual shedding, but I look like im balding for the first time due to the thin hairs everywhere. It is definitely thinnest around the areas where hair was transplanted, but even the right side of my head looks thin now. Several relatives mentioned it looked thin, some saying I should sue the doctor who performed the procedure. I obviously don't want to turn this into a legal matter if this is a normal process, I would want to be sure that was the right coarse of action before perusing it. I have read many people saying that shock loss can take 6 months to come back, is that true? Should I continue to be patient and regard this as normal shock loss? Lately its been hard not to kick myself, I feel as if now if I shave my head Ill have to come to terms with having two massive scars instead of my one original scar, and im 10 grand poorer to boot. Its not a good feeling but Im trying to stay optimistic and hope this is just normal shock loss that has yet to recover. I would appreciate your thoughts greatly on this matter. I do intend to see a dermatologist soon to see if there are any other culprits to look at ( thyroid conditions, vitamin deficiencies,etc). I also have been taking biotin 5 mcg for the past 3 months with no result. the density of my hair just 3 and a half months ago was so much thicker, it never looked as if i was going bald. it would be a hard pill to swallow to think that this rate of hairless was natural and not brought on by the surgery. Anyway, Sorry for the long winded post, your thoughts would be greatly appreciated.
  24. I'm planning to go for FUE hair transplant, can someone tell me how many grafts you think I should need?
  25. About me: Age: 19. Sex: Male. Hairloss: At the temples, thinning/balding/receding. A Norwood 2-3. Hello. I have for some time now, been experiencing issues regarding loss of hair and thinning at the temples. It all started somewhere around 1 year and 10 months ago, and it has not progressed all too much since. Only hairloss and thinning of hair at the temples, and no visible loss or thinning at the crown, mind you. I've gone and ordered both "Finasterida" as well as "Rogaine Foam (Minoxidil 5%), from propecia-proscar.com (is this a legit company?). Sorry if I'm not allowed to post links, but I just felt the need to. I am NOT here to sell anyone anything. "Finasterida" is a generic type, am I right? Can I expect it to have the same effect as the original one (Propecia)? Does this seem like an apt regimen? Approximately how long would you reckon it to take, before I see some noteworthy results? Is this a good age for me to start treating and potentially regrowing some hair? Am I likely to see new growth, if so, how long? 1 year? I've read that one ought not have a hair transplant done at so young a age, rather wait another 10 years or so (in my case). What say you? NOTA BENE: I will be tracking and updating the whole process. Before I begin, I will be supplying my fellow unfortunate comrades with a couple of photographies of my "situation". You have my thanks!
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