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  1. The index patient has had his second session with us as we post this today. His details are are as follows: 1. Age: 30 years 2. Grade of Baldness on the Norwood Hamilton Scale: Grade VII 3. Total number of done for him: 5040 grafts - scalp donor: 3233 - beard donor: 1807 4. Results duration: 7 months 5. First session for the Frontal zone and former mid scalp. 6. He has had his second session for the crown today and we shall await his results. 7. The patient has chosen both his sessions for the complete package with Eugenix hair sciences. So far it has been an amazing journey for him. We feel that it is only going to get better with this second session for him.
  2. Hello community. First of all, I tip my hat (exposing my scalp:P) to you to salute respect towards the fight. I'm a 28 year old physician, And I have androgenic alopecia. This thread will document my hair transplant journey with Dr. Ramachandran at Apollo Cosmetic, Chennai, India Procedure: FUT, 2700 grafts Prologue: The relationship I have shared with my hair is not so different from most of you guys. When I was 17, I saw my temples recede. I went to an Egyptian Dermatologist who told me these recessions were normal. Medical school opened my eyes to the possibilities of medical prophylaxis against balding, so I had decided to take Finasteride 1mg and Minoxidil topically to fight it. I continued these medications till I turned 23, then stopped. Bad idea. I was basically Norwood nothing, by the time I was 28, I lost my vertex, had a tuft for a forelock. By this time, I had networked enough to know who doctors go to for their transplants. I met a few friends who had amazing hair, told me of a surgeon in South India, decided to visit. The Meeting: It was a breeze booking an appointment. I would later sit on a flight for nineteen hours to make the trip, to get my hair back. Bummer I forgot my travel Pillow! Dr Ramachandran was a very calm, man (with a head full of thick hair!) who saw me at 11am. Asked me calmly what my expectations were. After close inspection of my hair and testing the laxity of my scalp, he decided FUT was the best procedure for my hair, to maximize results. He would try to get 2k grafts if I was lucky! (didn't give me big expectations). He booked an OR right after the holidays (Local new year). It was a breeze both getting the consultation visit as well as an appointment. Instructions: Wear a shirt. Bring a sandwich (they would provide me with that sandwich), wash hair twice, night before and day of with Providone-iodine. Minoxidil was already stopped 10 days prior (I came prepared!) and I arrived the day of the surgery, calm and ready. A narrow area where the donor site was marked was shaved by him personally, areas were marked. The surgical procedure itself was painless. He would talk to me through the whole procedure. A Long strip ear-to ear ~25cm and ~2-2.5m wide was excised. The tissue yielded 2700 grafts of mostly 2's, followed by 1s and 3's. All in all, approx 4600 hairs were moved. Excision of the tissue was ~2.5 hours. Closed with a trichophytic closure, double layered, inner nylon, outer vicryl rapid for self-absorption (I would return back to my country, he didn't want to trouble me with running to get them removed). The donor tissue was removed in two parts. While he excised the left occipital portion, his technicians sat under microscopes and dissected the hairs. After the donor excision, came the planting. The actual planting lasted around 6.5 hours. He decided to go around my forelock giving it a change for a while. I would later argument it with LLLT, medications and other methods. He did-not recommend any medications or treatments. The transplanted hairs would be DHT resistant. Since I had thick vertex hair, and minimal vertex thanks to the minoxidil, I deduced to continue my finasteride and replace this with topical finasteride compounded, at a later time. Again no pain during the planting. It was rather relaxing., I slept few times and woke to the movement of the table, the light was bright. He was kind to place an eye-patch. There was also a TV for those who want to stay awake for the procedure. However, I was already slightly sleepy and wanted to nap! He allowed me to use the restroom once. However he and his team of 10-12 who worked on me NEVER LEFT THE OR, never left the operating site. Shows true dedication to his work. He does everything himself, from marking, to shaving to removing the donor tissue, to implanting. Except the dissection, everything was done by Dr., Ramachandran. I have great respect for surgeons and the work they do. Personally I swayed away from a surgical profession due to my inability to stand still for five minutes. And he stood at his spot for nine-whole-hours working on my scalp. He does only one hair transplant per day if that is the case of the day. Brings tears to my eyes. He undersold but over delivered with 2700 grafts, covering the entire bald area he marked. After the procedure, he provided me with a kit comprising of a cap, gauze, a sterile spray bottle and some saline, that I would spritz q1-2 hours to prevent scabbing/clotting. He says the scabbing will occur anyway, I just shouldn't pick on them, but I can try the saline spray if I want. I did want. so he gave me a spray bottle. He also provided pain meds, steroids (to prevent edema) for 5 days. He did-not recommend any finasteride, minoxidil, said it was up to me and I could start after x days. Instructed how to shower my hair starting day 4 and provided wound care instructions for the donor site. Right now, as I write this, I am 11 days out. The grafts are likely anchored well. There is some scalp numbness but no pain. I still sleep up Bec its more comfortable and I dont want to compromise blood supply to the donor area, risk any scars. I also have some silicon scar cream that I intend to apply from day 14, and finally, he told me to scrub the graft sites hard on day 14 --------------- Overall, the procedure and after care with Dr. Ramachandran was excellent. The following thread will photo-document my journey from tresses to tress! There isn't much on Dr Ramachandran on these forums. Very few posts, despite him being a Veteran surgeon who went from plugs to mini-micrografts, to FUT and FUE. His clinic did-not even try to make me take up PRP or any other secondary treatments. In my humble opinion (as well as the numerous physicians he has operated on) he is truly a professional and ethical surgeon. I vouch for his craftsmanship. My only expectation is that I dont want to have a shiny scalp. Time will tell if this expectation, can be my new reality. Photos to follow. PIC 1: Donor site Marked, shaved by the surgeon himself. PIC 2: Recipient site PIC 3 Post op DAY 0, 1 hour after (He offered to comb over after the procedure, LOLLOL Post op day 1: You can notice there is some swelling. Saline sprays that night helped clean up some of the serous fluid build up around the grafts Just a pic of me Before, the night before, to remind myself how bald I was!
  3. Hi Guys, So here I am after many years of research I have made my mind up to get my HT done from Dr Pradeep Sethi and Dr Arika Bansal at their Delhi Centre on 24th April. Apologies in advance I can’t keep this post short because I have been one of the silent readers on this forum for many years and now, I think it is time to share my experience with others. I know there are many people out there like me who are reluctant to travel to India from UK. I hope they get some inspiration and confidence from my post. It took me many years to make up my own mind to get my HT done in India there several factors like long travel time, cost and skills of doctors etc but now I feel there is one Centre out there in India which produces world class results within. I am saying this because I have spoken to lot of their patients in last one and half years and few of them have even posted their results here on this forum. I also know lot of celebrities got their HT done from Dr Pradeep some came out in open and shares their experience and some doesn’t want to for obvious reasons. I have known Dr Sethi and Dr Bansal for more than one and half year now. Spoken to them several times about my concerns and questions and they have my answered my question without getting frustrated. When I first started following them on their YouTube channel they were not even recommended here on this community at that time. I used to think if these guys are so good how come Bill and his team have missed it. I am glad Bill has found them and recommended here because this has given me some confidence that I was on right track and given us more options within India. Even after Eugenix got recommended I waited for their patients to post their results here before I finalized them because personally, I trust the results shared by patients more than posted by clinics. I have compared Eugenix results with other clinics within India and I don’t see any doctor producing FUE results which is equivalent to the results they are producing. Some can disagree with me, but this is my judgement. I have also seen results from doctor who are recommended here and produced some bad results, but I guess every doctor has produced bad results occasionally and it could be due to various reasons. Important notes to fellow HT candidates: Do your research contact the clinic speak to their patients and once you are confident then make up your mind because that is what I did. I have not found any negative results from Eugenix yet. Don’t be put off by negativity surrounded on forums. This is public forum where anybody can post anything about clinics. This happens lot in India because of competition. I did see one negative post from one forum member recently which has put doubts in my mind. I have just called Eugenix and clarified what has happened I am satisfied with their response. We should always hear stories from both sides. Guy who has posted these comments didn’t had surgery with Eugenix but decided to share someone else experience because he himself has chosen different surgeon. I don’t believe in justifying my reason why I have chosen Dr Pradeep Sethi I will post my results here and will do my results do the talking. I can also go on about other doctors and clinics and criticize them why I didn’t shortlist them for my own surgery but I don’t think it is ethical. If my results are not good, I am happy to take criticism and accept blame. I am not sure what was the motive behind him writing negative comments about other clinics. Anyways this post is not about him or others this post is about my own surgery. Little bit about myself Ethnicity: Indian Age: 35 Norwood Scale: 3 HT planned for frontal area Grafts recommended by Drs: 2500-3000 Surgery Date: 24th April 2019 I will try to post my update every month along with my pictures and will continue to share my experience about Eugenix and surgeons to keep this community up to date. Even though I feel I have made the right choice I am bit nervous that how my results will turn out because for doctors I am just another patient but for me it will be life changing experience. I will continue to post my update to help fellow candidates and I look forward to seeing your comments and feedback. Happy to answers questions about my experience after my surgery.Long way to go. Thank,
  4. Hello Fellow Members, I intend this to be the first post of my HT journey in 2020. My sincere thanks to this community and every person online who has shared knowledge, perspectives, opinions, results, etc. This has equipped me to make an informed decision. I know at least 14 relations and friends who have expressed sincere desire to get a HT, but remain at the periphery due to fear of high assumed costs, side effects, etc. resulting from lack of research and not personally knowing anyone who underwent the procedure. This documentation of my experience will be a first hand example to motivate them and other new people on this forum (assuming all goes well). As such, this is my contribution to equip future patients with information and confidence. About me - Male; 29.5 years old; Indian immigrant currently studying in Canada. Why HT? - While I have never visited a doctor for a proper diagnosis, I assume I am suffering from Androgenic alopecia inherited from my mother's side. I have been experiencing hair loss since 17-18 years of age. Finally I am at that stage where the hair loss has become very evident and troubling when I look in the mirror or at my photos, and I would like to do something about it sooner rather than later. I am not interested in non-surgical restoration methods like wigs/hairpieces, etc., but open to medication. Why India? - I really wish I could get it done here in Canada for convenience. I first visited Dr. Rahal for a consultation. He is local to me. I have no doubts in his ability, but his services will cost me about 3-4 times of what I will pay in India for the services of a highly skilled doctor. For an affordable HT, I chose India over Turkey to avoid language barriers and for the comfort of homeland. Also, most IAHRS members and other globally recognized surgeons are more affordable in India than Turkey (except Dr. Resul Yaman and Dr. Ekrem Civas I think). FUE or FUT? - Last year I got super excited and emailed Dr. Suneet Soni (Medispa) that I was interested in getting FUT done from him and he gave me a quote for 3500 FUT grafts. Unfortunately, my limited financial resources were urgently required somewhere else and I had to delay. I let Medispa know that I was going to delay. This gave me more time to think and research. I read about FUE with Dr. Bhatti (Darling Buds) and DHT with Eugenix Clinic, and saw many cases of scar stretching from FUT. Finally I decided that I did not want to take that risk regardless of which closure/stitching technique is used, and also I wanted a quicker and less painful healing. So I am interested in FUE or DHT only. Who in India? I am nearing the end of the process of identifying potential options, and until now I have shortlisted the following surgeons. My photos are posted at the end of text. a. Dr. Tejinder Bhatti of Darling Buds. He suggested 2800-3000 FUE grafts and answered all my questions satisfactorily and seems very professional. I thought his consultant Shera would contact me when I first emailed, but I believe I have been chatting with the Dr. directly. The fact that he doesn't perform FUT at all and his entire practice is based around aggressively promoting FUE, along with the fantastic FAQ on his website promotes confidence in his skills as a trustworthy FUE surgeon. He is a member of pretty much all prestigious global associations and was also featured in some publication's 'Top 20 global surgeons for HT' ranking. His website has transparent pricing. Cons: I came across some posts on this forum where the results were far from satisfactory and the post-operation response and support those patients received from the clinic seemed disappointing for a clinic of such high reputation. b. Eugenix (will probably select the comprehensive pkg. which has partial involvement of Dr. Bansal and Dr. Sethi). I was in touch with their consultant Nelson a couple of months ago and he offered a Skype session with a doctor (don't know which doctor). I postponed it due to personal reasons, but have resumed the conversation. Regardless, Nelson had mentioned that the doctor suggested 2000 grafts through DHT. I don't know which doctor since there are 5 at the clinic, and was a little surprised by the qty. of suggested grafts, but will bring up this question in the Skype session. Also, it would be good to know what percent (approx.) of total slits are done by Dr. Bansal or Dr. Sethi in comprehensive pkg. I chose Eugenix because Dr. Bansal and Dr. Sethi are highly reputed surgeons, inventors, authors of books and publications, and members of prestigious societies. They are also listed on Joe Tillman's recommended surgeons list. Their website has transparent pricing. Cons: I can't afford full services of Dr. Sethi or Dr. Bansal and will have to place my trust in the young doctors trained by them for majority of the procedure. c. Dr. Suneet Soni of Medispa He suggested 3500 FUT grafts (because I started a conversation advocating FUT). I have read that Dr. Soni is the best for FUT, but not necessarily FUE. All his successful results are also FUT + FUE. I emailed him recently (after many months) with new photos and requesting quote for FUE. He has not responded since a week. Not sure if he is still interested. Regardless, I chose him for his results, excellent website (though no transparent pricing), prestigious memberships, and artistic reputation. My recent photos are attached. Please share your opinions, ideas, insight, suggestions regarding my surgeon choices above and the photos below. I will be very grateful for your time and help. Tagging some fellow members who also posted similar questions recently and seemed undecided on their search. @Alphabeta @Dalveer @skallig @givemehair2019
  5. The index patient was 39 years old. His details are: Hairline augmentation required Grafts done: 2500 Donor site: scalp donor Donor quality: Good Hair calibre: Good Package opted for: Exclusive package with Dr. Pradeep Sethi Extraction done by: Dr. Priyadarshini Das Below are his results after 5 months.
  6. Hi, Its been 7 days after my FUE hair transplant and everything went good. But after my 3rd hair wash I started to see some more white/yellow liquid kinda things around my transplanted hairs, I know scabs and crust appear, but i want to confirm from educated people here with their opinion, please tell is it scabs or something else. I observed after hair wash these things looks more and pop out but later it dry out and doesn't highlight that much but still can be seen if look closely. Some hairs can also be seen in hand when you rub a little, so is that also okay or is it a sign of something. Please tell with the help of attached images that the white thing/liquid surrounded my hairs are crust/scabs or should I worried and also is it fine to have these hair fall out like this during gentle rubbing. Please zoom as it gives more clarity.
  7. 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
  8. The index patient is 26 years old was balding at a fast pace. He came in for a wholesome treatment. He was worried about the already bald area but also about the ongoing hair loss. His details are as follows: Total number of grafts: 4030 Scalp donor: 3480 Beard donor: 580 Hair calibre: Good Donor density: Good Package opted for: Comprehensive package with Dr. Alok Sahoo The results displayed are only after 5 months of the transplantation procedure. He has developed a good growth and has enhanced his look already. He shall be getting more growth and density in the coming months.
  9. The index patient's details are as follows: Age: 24 Grade of baldness: 3A Hairline recession with progressive baldness (Androgenetic Alopecia). For the procedure, his details are: Donor area: Excellent Transplanted number of grafts: 3007 One day procedure Doctor: Dr. Arika Bansal Chosen exclusive package with Dr. Arika Bansal Beard donor not used The young man is now pursuing his higher education and does not have to worry about being conscious for his hair. He also takes Finasteride which has helped preserve all of his pre-existing hair. Below we share with you his fabulous hair.
  10. The index patient is 59 years old. The grade of baldness on the Norwood Hamilton Scale was 3B. His details are as follows: Donor area: Good Donor density: Good Doubles, triples and singles found in his donor He had temporal thinning There was no reverse thinning found Good hair calibre For the procedure: Package chosen: Exclusive package with Dr. Pradeep Sethi Total number of grafts done: 4603 Scalp donor: 4443 Beard donor: 160 The results displayed are after a duration of only 6 months. It is with great joy that we get to share such wonderful transformations with all of you. The patient is expected to gain more density in the coming 6 months. Thank you.
  11. This Doctor by profession was a 42 year old man when he got his procedure done with us. He got 3100 grafts from the scalp donor and 685 grafts from his beard donor. The total number of grafts done for him were 3785. We covered his frontal zone with these grafts and he was prescribed Finasteride, Minoxidil and hair specific multivitamins for his pre-existing hair. He went in for the Exclusive package where Dr. Pradeep Sethi performed his procedure. The results displayed in the pictures below are after 5 months. He has achieved incredible results.
  12. 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.
  13. Hello, I write this in hopes of helping you the reader. I plan to help by showing you how I save money when I travel. If you have a question, I will try to answer as best I can. All prices round trip unless stated. Thesis: Sometimes certain airports are cheaper than others. Background: I'll try to keep this brief but concise, feel free to ask if you don't understand. I needed to fly to India for my HT. My surgery was on the 8th/9th, but I wanted to give myself time to visit Taj Mahal. I started looking for tickets early June and ultimately booked in September 6th. What I learned: Tuesdays are typically the best days to book. New fares get released for Tuesdays (9pm Monday to about 9pm Tuesday PST), and are substantially cheaper/less expensive (there is a difference) than the rest of the week's fares. Skip past "**" to avoid long story ***********Story you may ignore****************** (LAX - Los Angeles Airport - - - SAN - San Diego Airport - - - DEL - Delhi Airport - - - IXC - Chandigarth Airport ) In June I checked tickets. I needed tickets from my location (San Diego, CA) to Chandigarth India. Of course I looked up these tickets first - $2,680. Too much. I checked from LAX to IXC (chandigarth) and it was $1,800. I then looked at SAN to Delhi, $1300, not horrible, but definitely cheaper than the other alternatives. I then looked up LAX to DEL, $780!! I nearly booked this trip. My SO wanted to go, but didn't know if work would accommodate time off (they did). By the time I was ready to book 2 weeks later, the price rose to $940, and I decided to wait. I kept checking, and found that price rose in next two weeks to $1,040. I was upset that I missed out on the cheap fare. I kept checking, but the fares fluctuated only ~$100 at most. In mid June, prices started coming down. I found fares for $850, which are tempting, but I decided to keep waiting. I saw that fares fell to $720, but I held off for a better deal, fares rose the next day to $850. I then noticed that the following Tuesday (one week later) fares went back to $740 or so. I my suspicions were confirmed by Kayak's price over time tool. It showed a consistent drop of ~20% or so 4 times a month, all on a Tuesday. I used this tool to check what the historic low price was, and found that it was ~$550, which became my goal. I watched the prices sink on Tuesday to a low of $600, I nearly pulled the trigger, but held off. I then waited a week or two, and found that prices for the other days fell to $600/580. I was then excited to check the following Tuesday. I checked Tuesday and booked my tickets for $458.31. Patience paid off, and I still had several more months to plan the other aspects of the trip. The down side to these tickets: they were cheap for a reason. I had a 15 hour layover in Beijing (which was awesome - I did a Great Wall and forbidden city tour during this time for $120 per person. BTW, you don't need a visa if you are transiting through China. You can get a transit visa, good for exploring and getting hotels in the China for up to 96 hours with proof of a departure flight.). On the way back, I had a 9.5 hour layover in Beijing which sucked. I didn't leave, but I wasn't in a good condition to leave (less than 96 hours post op). *********************************************************************************************************** So after buying the sick tickets for $460, I had to figure out how to get to the LAX airport. I did a cost analysis. I had options of driving there and paying parking (too expensive for 9 days), flying (couldn't find tickets for less than $80 per person at best one way), and taking the coaster ($39 + $8 fly-a-way shuttle) one way per person. I then looked up rental cars. I found a rental car there and back for $49 one way (+ $12 gas) and $55 back (+ $12 gas). I ended up taking the rental car, since it was the lowest cost option, and got me and my SO to LAX. I then had to figure out a way to Chandigarth. Dr. Bhatti said his taxi could get me for ~$120 each way. It would be a 3 hour drive minimum so I looked at alternatives. I found tickets, which didn't change in price at all from DEL to Chandigarth for $75 per person round trip. Not only was it less expensive, but it was faster and Dr. Bhatti's taxi picked me up and dropped me off for free! So, by changing airports and hopping on a local flight (on a separate itinerary) I got a great deal. I had to do additional planning though. It was definitely worth it for me due to having two travelers. Doubling the travel means that any savings per ticket is doubled as well. I paid: $460 + $75 + $31(49+12 split in two) + $37= $603 to get to Chandigarth for my procedure. No joke, this is less than 4% of the cost for a USA performed procedure. Just think about that for a second. XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX So, what I've done so far is compile an excel file with some data to get you to understand that not only does the location of your airport (and the recipient airport) matter, but time of year matter too! This is a write up I did earlier to help with planning the trip. When you read this, take note that it was for a member who wasn't sure where to go for a HT, but price was a large concern. Before you jump in: Timing could cost you $X,xxx more or less depending on when you travel. Also know the additional travel costs involved. So be smart with your time to get the most value for your $: 1. Create a list of doctors. (You should) Prioritize the doctors who you see yourself using, and then add them to the list. Usually their websites will list a range. I don't recommend "shopping" docs at this point - asking what they will charge. Build your list first, I'll come back to this point. 2. If you're looking for value, look up the Countries you find the surgeons you wish to hire. Use google flights to explore destinations from your Country's airports (plural) to those country airports. Find the cheapest airport for that country, then find the cheapest time to fly - the month or time of year. You're not booking yet, you're only assembling a cost database for the 2-5 countries abroad you've found reputable doctors for. I can help if you don't understand this. 3. Now that you know what you should pay for the travel, find out what lodging and transport looks like in that country. How long do you plan on staying there? Estimate a per-day rate for each country. *Personally, I am passionate about this, but I recommend traveling while you're there. Feel free to ignore this, because it is purely an opinion. 4. Now that you know when the best rates for travel are, plan to book a procedure during that time Next year. It will do four things: A. Allow you to save and ensure you can get that travel rate in the future (I can explain on the booking a travel plan theory later). B. Allow you to establish dialog and communication with a clinic where you feel confident in your doc, and set expectations on the procedure, talk about hairlines etc. C. It will Ensure that your doc is available when you want your procedure done and D. Allow you to save up some money/clear off some credit card balance etc. to afford the procedure/ pay off the airfare after you book it. 5. Now that you have the costs for travel, the narrowed list of surgeons, the open communication with those surgeons, ask the price. Build it into your budget. Travel + expenses while there + HT + Qualitatives (things to do if you travel, idk, but these are "what it's worth to you if all else is equal" among surgeons/total price). Then do your own cost analysis and get the best value. Value = benefits/costs.  Know that there exist good surgeons who perform FUE at a cost which is less than other surgeon's FUT. Geography changes costs. VVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVV To help you all, I've started an excel list. I picked what I thought were the best airports to fly FROM and TO. I picked 3 random months, Jul, Sep, Mar2020 and selected the best time during those months with the criteria of at least 7 days. I also looked at Christmas, and the best time to travel using "free" days off most of us get from work/school. When I found the days that were lowest cost, I then checked those days at a later date (on left side) *using the same date* (perhaps alternate days could be lower cost, but I wanted to show some consistency). This is just a couple data points, it is far too time consuming for me to do this unpaid (haha). I used a combination of Google Flights and Kayak. Again, if there's a small description, use the description above for dates/ airport. ^New York^
  14. I've had three hair transplants now with Dr bhatti, first mainly focusing on the front area then second predure on the crown third middle of the scalp, just thickening the area really, just wanted to post a update after my third transplant last July, 7 years since my first and here's the long term results you can achieve with hairtransplant done right 😍😍😍
  15. Hello All, I'm 29 years old guy from Central India had Norwood 5 hair loss. After some research I had chosen Dr. Radha Rani in Visakhapattnam, India. I'll not bore you guy with long stories so I'm gonna go ahead and share some facts and pictures. Date of surgery: 01 July 2019 Surgeon: Dr. Radha Rani P City: Visakhapattnam, AP, India Total Grafts: 3284 Front: 2000 grafts Crown: 1284 grafts Here are some pictures a few days before the transplant:
  16. I have been losing hair since I was 19yrs old and I was on and off minoxidil since I was 24 but at 28yrs I completely stopped minoxidil for 1 yr and it was the worst decision ever. I lost almost all my hair within this 1 yr. I tried to get back on minoxidil and finasteride but it did not help. At age 30, I finally decided that I will do HT. After some research and some consultation with various doctors in Chicago, including Dr.Vladamir Panine, Dr.Allan Purgangao and some doctors in India including Dr.Madhu and Dr.Bhatti. I finally decided to go ahead and fly to India to perform my HT with Dr.Bhatti. Here is my experience with Dr.Bhatti at Darling buds. I reached India on 8th of Oct 2018, Dr.Bhatti had arranged transportation from Delhi airport to Chandigarh. It's a 3hrs ride which was pretty decent even after the long 19hr flight. I was taken directly to the hotel where I slept few hours. At 430pm local time a car was sent to pick me up from the hotel for my consultation with Dr.Bhatti. The consultation was about my hairline design and inspection of my donor area, after which blood sample were taken for necessary investigation. Day of the surgery. I was give antibiotic and sedative injection. I was drowsy very quickly and felt slight pinch at the back of my head at the beginning but soon I fell asleep and did not feel any pain. The surgery was about 7hrs during which a total of 2476 grafts were harvested from the donor area. Single - 328 Double - 1657 Triple - 491 I did not have any pain after the surgery and came back from dressing the donor area early next morning. The healing was pretty good and on the 3rd day my dressing was completely taken off, I never took any pain medication after the surgery. I am pretty pleased with the healing process so far. I have posted pictures taken on the day of the surgery and progression on week 1 , 2, and 3. Dr.Bhatti has prescribed to take finasteride 1mg + 5mg biotin and spray minoxdil 5% for the first 6 months only to promote hair growth. I am taking the medication religiously and hoping for the best outcome.
  17. Eugenix Hair Sciences is the best hair transplant centre in India. I was suffering with hair loss from 5 years. My Surgery was done by Dr Arika Bansal, Dr Priya Darshini and their experienced technicians team at Eugenix Hair Transplant Centre , Mumbai on 22nd and 23rd October 2018. The way of treating patients at Eugenix Hair Sciences was marvellous by Dr Arika Mam, Dr Pradeep Sethi Sir , Dr Priya Darshini , Dr Abhinav as well as Eugenix doctors , Medical Counsellor Vrushali @ Mumbai Centre along with their experienced technicians and remaining staff. I will share more about my transplant results in future with proofs. This will make the people who are suffering with hair loss to come out and have their treatment. Permanent solution is their for hair loss and the right step must be taken to overcome the hair loss problem that includes choosing a Right Clinic , Doctor and see their previous patients transplantation results , procedure and equipments used for surgery and so on.
  18. Here is my first time posting here and I am sharing my experience with an intention that this might help with someone who is currently in the same situation as I was in 6 months ago. Short review: Dr.Arika and Dr.Pradeep are truly talented, caring and phenomenally competent people and I couldn't have asked for any better. You can't go wrong with them. Longer version : A little history about myself: I am 27-year-old male, born and raised in India but living in United stated since the past 7 years. I noticed some thinning in the frontal area with my hairline receding but I haven't gone bald as such. I was in a limbo for quite some time whether to go for a transplant or not because some would advice for and some otherwise. After a few consultations from different practices parts from the world, I narrowed down to three surgeons, Dr.Padeep, another One in NY (Whos name I don't want to share for privacy reasons) and one in LA. Next week I requested a skype call with Dr.Padeep and he was more than willing and patient to answer literally every single question I ever had and by the end of the call, It was a very easy decision as I knew He is the doctor I wanna work with. So I made the decision to go to India to get this done. Even though I didn't care about cost at that time I should mention, It costed me less than 20% of what It would have costed me to get the same thing done anywhere else in the united states (That includes the flight tickets and everything) For international patients : If you are traveling from abroad I'd advice you to choose Delhi as your place of surgery even though they have many clinics in multiple places over India. They provide you accommodation (It's pretty good actually I was pleasantly surprised) and food (even though I ate out every day haha ) and bottled water and the ambiance is extremely clean , I know people from outside can fall sick very easily due to change in environment but I did just fine because it was very well maintained and they also offer you a pick up and drop off to the airport. Even though if you have never visited India, this whole experience will be smooth as butter. Nelson was always accessible, Made sure everything was just in place starting from morning coffee to the time I went to bed. My experience with the procedure : Dr.Padeep said I'd need about 1400 grafts and He made hairline design and the slits. We had a chat before to get all my questions answered once again but I barely had any because I was confident I was in good hands. One thing you'd notice in Eugenix is they are not commercial. they are not after your money, they are not trying to take every penny from you in every way possible. They treat you like family. Anyway, Dr.Pradeep made me very comfortable throughout the procedure It was never like a surgery, It was just like two friends chatting and having a good time lol! Next Dr.Arika did my extractions and I can't speak enough of her. She is the best. I believe they are like 5 people from India who are members of IAHRS and she is one of them. Her work is world class and I remember a day after the surgery I was upstairs (accommodation they give you is right at the hospital ) and accidentally hit my head to something and I texted her that I was worried if my grafts are damaged as they were just one day old. She immediately came and saw me and made sure everything is okay. I am just saying this to show how much they care and the concern they have for their patients. I remember Dr.Alok also gave me his number and insisted calling me even in the middle of the night if I had a question (which I happened to actually a couple of days later and he answered it on phone ) . you cannot get this level of care and attention anywhere else. I am so happy to have met these guys. Post care: I am just 2 weeks old with the surgery and they created a whats app group with all the docs, and I keep asking any questions and comments and they respond back right away. The only glitch that ever happened in this whole process was - long story short there was a small miscommunication between me and one of the office staff person regarding the number of days of my stay. But when I had to get on a call to clear of the confusion and tried clarifying things, it was not even a debate, they were more than welcoming to whatever my resolution was and made sure I was happy. My final verdict : I couldn't be any happier with them. and especially if you are aboard I seriously encourage you to consider them before making a decision. I can't speak for every doctor in Eugenix but I know for a fact you can't go wrong with Dr. Arika.
  19. The index patient had Grade VI plus baldness and decent scalp donor and had a great beard. And the patient had no intention to flaunt a beard ever. He had a washed out temple area and because of which his forehead was looking wide and augmenting his bald look and he was worried about a natural hairline and natural temple. We tried to recreate the hairline and the temple. He had a lighter shade of skin close to Caucasians and the hair-skin colour balance was important in his procedure. His donor scalp was not great, it was average. So we did about 300 grafts on each side of his temple and close to 3000 odd grafts on his frontal zone up to the mid-scalp (we were more concerned about the fronto-temporal angle which was deep) and we did not plant more grafts on the central region and the crown and we deliberately planned more grafts for the next session. The patient started experiencing hair growth and look change towards the end of 3 months and by 6 months he had enough hair for a haircut and a look change! We are posting this result after 6 months and expecting more hair to come within 6 months from now. Note: Temple and hairline
  20. Mr. Singh, a Senior professional from the hospitality industry was referred to us by his friend who is the Ex-Davis Cup Captain of India, indeed he was also one of our patients who became a dear friend after his great results and keeps sending his friends to us. The index patient was 43 years old and had a big forehead along with loss of temples which were giving him a very bald look. He had left with a little bit of hair on the mid-scalp, otherwise he had lost complete hair on the front and crown. We planned his frontal area and temple and tried to cover as much as possible over two days. We did 7100 grafts (5000: scalp; 2100: beard). His planted hair started showing up after 3 months as usual for all of our patients (because of our Direct Hair Transplantation concept, wherein we extract and simultaneously plant the grafts which leads to less post transplant telogen effluvium and we get a fair amount of direct growth of the planted hair.) By one year the temple points were looking extremely natural and the hairline was impeccable in naturalness. He started sending his friends from all across. And we earned a friend in him forever. Attn: Hairline position and naturalness, temple points Total Grafts: 7100 Scalp: 5000 Beard: 2100
  21. Hey Guys, I don't know if you guys heard about this sad story, but a 43 year old man passed away last week after having a hair transplant. The man was from India and had the surgery performed in Mumbai. It's a sad story, reports have come out that the family is blaming it on the doctor, but there is no official cause of death as of yet. Man Dies For Unknown Reasons After A Hair Transplant
  22. I am a 33 year old caucasian male with a receding hairline, estimated to be between a Norwood 2 & 3 with no balding on the crown. I need my temples filled in and hairline lowered - framing my face. I am searching for the optimal balance between a youthful and natural hairline. I do have a natural high forehead which has made ill effects of a receding hairline considerably worse so I would like to try and lower it as much as possible within reason. My hair loss has been across 10-12 years and has been very slow considering I don't take finasteride and only recently started using minoxidil foam. I experimented with finasteride and I'm not prepared to take it long term. I've done research for many years but I'm finally looking to bite the bullet. I have financial constraints which limits who I can see while my current work and social situation makes this the ideal time to undertake a HT. I'm based in Sydney, Australia. My preference was Koray/ Asmed Clinic based on results and I was recently quoted requiring 2400-2600 grafts. The total cost including flights I estimated to be around $12,000 which I cannot afford. I've been long considering Bhatti/ Darling Buds in India. I was concerned about his hairlines a few years back, namely spacing between grafts and overall natural look, but there seem to be some new and impressive results on his website. The hairline seems both flatter and more natural. I could also do the whole thing for circa $5000 AUD. I've narrowed down my choice to Turkey or India based on cost. Can anyone recommend a doctor based on my circumstances. Thank you!
  23. Mr. AG was a 28 year old man. He was a Grade IV on the Norwood Hamilton Scale. His scalp donor was used for the procedure and 3000 grafts were planted. The results exhibited are after 5 months of his procedure. The density and the growth achieved in the results below are 50% of the complete density expected. The patient can still expect an increase in density over the following 6 months. In his case, the growth initiated from the 3rd month onward after the procedure.
  24. Hi All, I am a 27 year old male from India. I will be using this forum to document the journey of my and my friend's(also 27 years) Hair transplant journey. We have come to the realization that we need to go under the knife to get a head full of hair. We are planning to travel Delhi and Chandigarh, India next month to consult a few Doctors for undergoing a FUE procedure With the help of this forum and other similar sites, we have zeroed down on the below clinics 1. Darling Buds ( Dr. Tejinder Bhatti) 2. Medilinks (Dr. Gaurang Krishna) I would appreciate if you could suggest any other Doctors that we should visit for a FUE procedure. I have shaved my head and will post new pics in about a month when i hairs are a little longer. My pics initials is ABC. My friends pic's initials is XYZ
  25. Hi everyone, how are you? I am from Canada and actually, I am quite nervous about my hair transplant surgery. I have a big bald spot on my head and interested to get FUE hair transplant surgery. I want to get desired results in minimum cost but didn't want to reduce the treatment quality. So, I am writing this thread here to get some reviews about hair transplant surgery in India. One of my friends gave me this suggestion to go to India as it is finest place to get treatment because a number of centers there are offering their services on the competitive prices and quality. So, what is your suggestion? Please write here.
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