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  1. Hair transplant surgery result on Norwood 3 hair loss pattern 1 year after 2,778 hair grafts hairline restoration by Dr. Diep. 2,778 Hair Grafts Breakdown: One hair roots: 601 grafts Two hair roots: 1,298 grafts Three hair roots: 704 grafts Four hair roots: 175 grafts Total hair roots: 2,778 grafts
  2. My hairline isn’t straight anymore, can I just take medication or do I need surgery!?
  3. 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.
  4. I'm 20 but I've been receding at the temples quite a far bit. My vertex is fine, but my front is just a big nono. I know it's not as bad as some of the pictures posted on here, but it's definitely happening. I can't style my hair the way my friends are doing, and getting sweaty or going swimming started becoming nightmares for me. I've started minoxidil 3 weeks ago, but I'm sure it'll need more time before the results come in. Any ideas what I could or should do for my current situation? Thanks.
  5. This client had 2,364 hair grafts transplanted into the frontal area lowering his hairline by FUE method by Dr. Diep. Hair Grafts Break down of 2,364 grafts: Single Hair Roots: 339 grafts Two Hair Roots: 1,125 grafts Three Hair Roots: 694 grafts Four Hair Roots: 206 grafts Total hair roots: 2,364 grafts To view this client in more detail, please click on the following Youtube link:
  6. Hello all, My name is Rich and i'm a long time reader, first time poster. Apologies if this is in the wrong area. I am looking for advice for my current hair situation. Up until last year I had long hair, it was good quality and I loved it but always knew my hairline was receding. I covered this up by using hair concealer to spray the receded area dark brown and used microfibres to thicken the fringe that was there. I then had to cut my hair for a new job in the Middle East. Biggest regret of my life, however it has given the financial chance to sort out my hair transplant. My situation: I leave my job next year so will not be cutting my hair for the next 15 months - Long hair is all I want (I am looking for the 'Jared Leto at the Oscars' look). For that reason I am looking for Doctors who will fix my hairline but will not require me to fully shave my head. Either a 'patchy FUE' or 'recipient unshaven FUE' are my options and I have done some research. My donor area and crown are still strong for now. I would just like any messages from people who have had unshaven FUE and their experiences, or anyone who has grown their hair long into a ponytail or bun after a Hair Transplant. I have been given a quote of 1500 - 1800 by Bisanga in Belgium and am waiting on a response from Lupanzula (Belgium). The latter one if my preference because he does all the work himself and explicitly states how he uses only 1 hair grafts for the first two rows of the hairline to achieve a natural look. Also I am aiming for only a strip of hair to be taken away and I have read that a strip can only harvest 1500 grafts before you need to shave the whole donor area. Does this sound correct. I did contact Feriduni but have not heard a response yet (he has been rated highly in terms of hairline) I also contacted Kesser (The surgeon who does the placements in to recipient area over the course of a few days to minimise shock loss) and Dr Mwamba as he seems to be known for Unshaven procedures. Are there any other doctors (Outside of America) that I should be considering? A few of my concerns: Shock loss - I am not on any medication for hair loss and refuse to even consider finasteride due to side effects. I am a naturally nervous person so I would probably imagine side effects that weren't even there. How likely is it that I will lose the remaining fringe that I have left? Hairline - Does it need lowering at all? In my opinion to keep a natural look and because I wont be spiking it up or anything, the hairline doesn't really need to be lowered, but I have never had to design my own hairline and would love other people's input. Also how easy is it to strengthen/thicken/add density to the small bit of fringe I still have without shaving it? Expectations - I am not looking for the worlds thickest fringe. Like I said I went three years covering my hairline with products so all I am looking for is enough hair so that I can pull it in to a bun with confidence. Does the 1500 - 1800 estimate seem realistic? Erdogan quoted me 2800 - 3200 but ive heard he is known for dense packing which is not what I want. Traction - Would implanted hair be as strong as normal hair? If left to grow for a year and then swept backwards in to a ponytail or bun will grafted hair respond the same way to this traction or would it be pulled out easier? Concealer Products - What is the long term effect of some of these products such as Toppik. They seem to be safe enough but I assume putting too much of anything on your hair can weaken it? Thank you to anyone who has taken their time to read all of this. Is there anything else I should be considering for this decision? Rich
  7. Hello fellow Norwoods. You’ve been very informative and helpful to me throughout my hair loss experience so I thought that the least I could do would be to document my transplant experience to “pay it forward” to other sufferers. My goal is that at least one person is helped by my write-up, regardless of how they ultimately decide to treat (or not treat) their hair loss. Although I don’t necessarily think that my hair loss has held me back in life in any significant manner, it did cause a tremendous amount of anxiety and reduced the joy that I experienced on a day-to day basis. I have a wonderful life, which I am extremely grateful for, though I was having trouble being happy due to my hair loss. I am a 28 year old male. I am currently using the big three of Finasteride, Minoxidil, and Ketoconazole and have done so for the last 3-4 years. When I compared my current loss to three years ago it looks to be comparable (i.e., the treatment is helping me maintain). There is a history of hair loss in my family; my granddad is a Norwood 5/6 at 80 years old, my father is a Norwood 5/6 at 60 years old, and my younger brother has similar loss to me (though not as extensive as he jumped on Finasteride earlier). I initially noticed my hair loss when I was 23, though looking back at pictures I can see thinning and recession as early as 21. Below: Me at 25 years old When I initially hopped on Finasteride I was 24 and was not considering a hair transplant. My thought process was that I was still young and that by the time I was old (i.e., 30 lol) I would probably not care at all about my hair and just stop taking Finasteride. Well, as you all probably know, life doesn’t end at 30 (or 40 for that matter) and it’s only natural to want to be happy with the way that you look. The turning point for me was when my work was offering free, professional portrait photography and I elected to skip it as I didn’t want an updated photo showing my excessive balding (was living in the past with a three year old photo lol). Consequently, I began researching hair transplant options. Although I had consultations with many of the elite doctors recommended on this site, I ultimately decided on an FUE procedure with Dr. Jim Harris in Denver, Colorado. I know that there is not one “best” doctor, but based on my situation, as well as Dr. Harris’ extensive experience with FUE, I decided that he was the best choice for my procedure. After communicating through email for several weeks I booked my procedure and was quoted 1500-1800 grafts. Leading up to the procedure I was a ball of anxiety (as my wonderful girlfriend can attest to). Two days before the procedure I gave her a “free pass” to make all the baldy jokes she wanted to, which helped to lighten the mood a little bit. However, I still remained anxious and thought about cancelling up through the night before my procedure. As Spencer Kobren repeatedly says “Once you’re cut, you’re cut”. I was well aware that after my procedure there was no going back and that I would be committed to treating my hair loss over the long-term. It’s possible that ten years from now I may look back at this time of my life and think “what was I thinking?” however, it’s better than living a sub-par life and always wondering “what if?” Leading up to the procedure I followed all of the pre-op instructions and then some. I researched pre-op instructions from other reputable clinics and decided that, in addition to my normal pre-op instructions, I would avoid alcohol and caffeine for roughly three weeks before my procedure. Although I’m aware that this likely had no measurable effect on my procedure or my future results, it gave me a peace of mind knowing that I was doing everything possible on my end to ensure solid results. On the day of surgery I arrived at 8AM and had my pre-op consultation with Dr. Harris. I was undecided on whether temple points were a good use of grafts so we briefly discussed the placement of temple points and decided that as they are only 30-50 grafts per temple, that this was a good use of grafts. After this brief consultation Dr. Harris began extracting the grafts using the Harris SAFE system. During the extractions Dr. Harris mentioned that I have really good donor characteristics which was a surprise to me as I pessimistically thought my donor was somewhat thin. Further, one of the techs mentioned that I probably had the record for most three-hair grafts, which made me feel like I was on cloud nine. Ultimately I received 1,779 grafts into my frontal third and temple points with a transection rate of 3.7%. My graft breakdown was: 1-hair grafts: 200 (11%) 2-hair grafts: 568 (32%) 3-hair grafts: 924 (52%) 4-hair grafts: 87 (5%) On the day after the procedure I began washing my head by pouring a cup of water over my entire head (as per the post-op instructions). I looked into the sink and couldn’t believe what I saw…ALL MY HAIRS WERE FALLING INTO THE SINK!!!! I frantically called Dr. Harris’ office and explained the situation. Laura kindly suggested I come in for an examination. As I had figured out on the car ride over there, the hairs that I was seeing in the sink were simply stragglers from my pre-op haircut. Dr. Harris explained that if grafts were falling out they would be much longer, have a bulb, and likely cause bleeding. Despite having received a 3.9 GPA in my master’s program, I wasn’t smart enough to remember that they gave me a haircut before surgery lol! As soon as my blood pressure returned to normal I happily went on my way. I’ll do my best to update on a monthly basis though I’m not expecting much growth in the next 3 months. I will be sure to post my picture at 10 months to show the final result. As of now I am very happy and optimistic regarding my future growth. I’d like to specifically thank Spencer Kobren, FredtheBelgian, Rawtashk, Peapoddy and Spex for sharing their experiences as these experiences provided support throughout my journey. Here are some of the photos: Pre-op pictures Post-op pictures
  8. 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?
  9. Hi, Thought I should create a thread here as it's been pivotal in helping me choose to go ahead with my hair transplant, and that with Dr Tejinder Bhatti. A bit of background about myself. I'm 26 and ever since my late teens since I decided to cut my hair I've noticed that I suffered from Sikh traction alopecia. For those who don't know what this is, it's basically tying a top knot. In my case it wasn't my choice to keep long hair but that of my parents, mainly my mom, since a young age. I wasn't particularly religious and didn't really want to keep it long anyway. It was tied quite tightly and hence why my hairline looks receded. Over the past several years I've used finasteride to try and retain the hair that I have and slow down the thinning I am experiencing on top. Of course like you, my main choice to choose the hair transplant was because of confidence issues. I've never had a proper hairstyle or been able to comb it in a way that I liked (big schnoz). I would try to keep it from medium to long so I could try and brush it forward and cover the areas that had no growth. I resembled Howard from the Big Bang Theory, same sort of hairstyle and I've been told I look like him (not sure if that is a compliment ). Quite embarrassing but I used an eye liner pencil to fill up the areas on my temples when the barber cut my hair too short. This would show a patch of skin between the beard and hair which would look weird. I emailed the doc back in about November 2015 and sent some pics over. He recommended 1,800 grafts. Since I was going to India with my grandparents to our home in Punjab I used this opportunity to get it done, coupled with the fact that I booked 3 weeks off work which would give me ample recovery time. I came to India on 3rd of March and the procedure was booked for the 11th of March. Deposit etc was all done beforehand. I traveled to Chandigarh on the 10th by bus from our house (about 2.5 hrs) and met with the doc who drew the hairline. I was ok with it. I've never seen my normal hairline before so couldn't really comment and left it to his experience/opinion. Stayed at Hotel Ab's in sector 17. The morning after I came in and paid all the cash, got injected with antibiotics and then the part that disgruntled me: the no shave cut. Since I was going back to work near the end of the month I didn't want my head to be shaved. I've never had it shaved before but I know I wouldn't look good so I opted for the non shave technique. Before I could say anything about how I would like it cut the doc was quick to take off my hair from the neck to about half way up my head. Now obviously the damage was already done, there was no point arguing. I just knew I would look ridiculous. Anyway the op went as usual, lots of injections to numb the area. The one thing that stood out for me was the crunching noise the tool made as the new holes for the grafts were created. Was really weird. At the end I had to wear like a shower cap net thing. When I went back to the hotel I didn't really want to eat as I noticed pressure on my temples when I moved my jaw. I wasn't going to risk dislodging them. Stayed up till midnight as recommended with 20 min saline sprays. Didn't get a good sleep as I couldn't rest my head properly I basically was laying down on my front, with my head elevated. The next morning I went back to the clinic and they ran me quickly through the post op procedure. A bit too quick for my liking. I wished they had washed all my hair then but instead it was a couple of dabs here and there on the new transplanted area. Paid the extra amount that was needed for the 36 grafts and went on my way back home by bus. As I've read here by others, yes it does feel like you're on a conveyor belt but this is understandable because of the demand in business the doc has. I just wished that it had more of a personal touch, especially with regards to shaving the area. The ointment they provide is just 3 grams which lasted about one day. I had to go out and get some more, this is the same with the Gillette shaving foam which was provided. Anyway I'm now 2 weeks post op and can see the crusting on the hair lifting up. I haven't used any aloe vera on the graft site as the aloe vera water they provided along with the instructions of not using the same finger to get more water out was a bit ludicrous. I couldn't see how I would cover the graft area with a small amount of aloe vera on a finger, even with repeating it. Would take way too much time. It wasn't going to happen. I've ordered some aloe vera gel that I will apply once I get it. Singles - 499 Doubles - 798 Triples - 539 Hairline - 1,298 R Temple - 312 L Temple - 226 Here are pics before: How I normally comb my hair: Evening post op. Look like something out of a horror film: I didn't get a cap to wear but a bandanna: 2nd day post op: How the donor area looked: About a week post op when I could finally wash my hair. You wouldn't believe how much dirt was washed out: 2 weeks post op. Can finally comb my hair forward to look a bit more presentable and hide the graft area. Still the back of my head looks stupid: I'm just hoping that my donor area hair grows back quickly so I can fade the back of the head instead of it looking like a mushroom.
  10. I've been snooping these forums (and the wider web) for a few months considering a FUE for a receding hairline, I would like to have a more 'flat' hairline - as opposed to a 'M' shape. I went for a consultation with Transform (link removed) at their Manchester clinic, and was advised I would need around 1000 grafts at ?5 per graft - the surgeon (sorry, didn't get his name) told me he wouldn't be able to go for a 'flat' hairline as he "doesn't want to give me a feminine hairline" - not sure what he meant by this. I then saw Kyle Christie (of reality TV fame) had undergone a hair transplant at The Hair Transplant Clinic in Liverpool. Here is his video testimonial and here is his Instagram where he posts a great deal of higher quality pictures of himself where you can see his hairline very clearly. https://www.instagram.com/kylecgshore/?hl=en. I spoke to Dr. Jyotsna Kumari at the clinic via e-mail and sent her pictures of my scalp, I then spoke to her on the phone and she advised me she would do 2500 grafts (which is what she did for Kyle) and this would cost me ?2 per graft - so the same overall price as Transform for 1500 more grafts! I then discovered the negative forum posts about her and the clinic on here from a couple of years ago. I know there are the recommended clinics / Dr's on the forum, but i was wondering what everyone thinks of Kyles results, if anyone has had a positive experience with either Transform of The liverpool clinic. Or if anyone could recommend a good surgeon (preferably UK based) for a NW2 - my hair is pretty much exactly the same as Kyles was pre-op, which is shown in the video. As in, I have pretty decent hair density and coverage everywhere except for the hairline - the Transform Dr said I had a very good donor site. Thanks all.
  11. Hi guys I am new to all this and pls guide me good.I am 24 yrs old male.From the age of around 20 this stupid thought came to my mind and I got my hair straightened up.After that I noticed huge hair fall for few months and it was soo bad that I got buzzed cut on my hair.At 22 I again got them straightened up and noticed that hair straightening chemicals are just not good for my hair.Also few months after that I noticed both sides of my hairline receded like an inch or so.Usually my remaining hair are so damn thick that it covers up my receded hairline pretty easily with good styling technique.However I can no longer cut my hair very short because then my hairline becomes visible.I just started using minoxidil 5% twice daily since 1 month ago.I am also noticing white flakes by the use of minoxidil 5%.Is this white flaking of scalp normal after using it.Somedays I just use minox once a day because I m also applying coconut oil and almond oil to hair.Pls note here that non of my family members have history of balding.My father is in his 60's still has full head of hair and my hair is exactly like him in texture and looks except I have receded hairline.Also males at my mothers side have all head full of hair,So I wanna ask if its not MPB then those chemical straightening I mentioned could trigger hair loss or receding hairline.I am posting my hair pics and when I decided to use minoxidil 5% I just buzzed cut my hair down to zero.Pls tell me whats my situation right now is minox gonna work on me or not.Thanks all of you for taking time and reading my problem.
  12. Hello, (sorry if what I am trying to say is hard to understand or doesn't make much sense) I am completely new here. I am 21-years-old. Since my early 20's I have noticed that my hairline has begun to recede. I have also noticed my hair has begun to thin out a lot. Before my hair loss you couldn't see my scalp what-so-ever, now you can see my scalp quite clearly if you look close enough. I used to have a thick mane of hair that I would style akin to Jim Morrison's. My father/other male family members are balding, their hairline extremely recedes, thins very profusely and develops a bald spot on top. Generally, it just leaves their hair on the sides. My father who is in his 60's is pretty much all bald. I can understand being bald in old age, but I'd like to keep my hair or what's left of it a little bit longer. I'd have to that if I do nothing about my hair, I will lose almost all hair on top by the time I am 35. I am fighting against my genetics. I understand that I really only have two options. 1. Go bald 2. Take Propecia. My questions are as follows. Before taking Propecia, I have read/watched both the good and bad sides of this drug. The success stories I've heard/read are amazing. The horror stories are equal in their measure, though. Is there anyway to tell before taking Propecia (1MG FIN) if I'll work well with this drug? Or is there any type of test or advice I could go by to better understand if I should just keep away from it? Obviously, I'd love to restore my hair to its former glory and return to my rocker hair days. Is the risk worth it? I'd rather be a bald healthy 21-year-old, than suffer over take Propecia. Please help me figure this out. I need some guidance. THANK YOU!
  13. Hey I am new to the forum, so I figured the best way to get an opinion is to post a thread and get honest opinions about my condition while learning about the rest of my fellow bald battlers in the process. I developed a receding hairline when I turned 20 and since then over the year it has been thinning gradually ontop but it is no longer receding or at least yet again. My grandfather was bald on top but with thick hair in the back and side hair in a very norwood 5a shape, with no receding going past the crown or lowering sides with the exception of thin curly hair towards his sideburns and ears but his son had a hair transplant which turned out well. They also have slight retrograde alopecia as the sides thinned and developed those curls early on in the hair loss stages but oddly enough even into his old days he had long white locks that remained the same to the end of his life but my father also is bald but his crown is what really took the hit, he still retained his front and top though thin same with his father. I would stand by the idea they are both classic Norwood 5 patterns. From what my grandmother and a hair stylist who did my hair when I was born said to me, I am thinning on top but the crown and back remains the same as it always has. To be honest though I think the thinning will proceed into the crown but not around in it (if that makes sense sorry) However, when I went to Hasson and Wong earlier this year, a man named Mike (sorry dont remember the last name, oops!) Said I was heading on the path of Norwood 7 and if I didnt get on Propecia now, I would be bald by the time I was 23. Hence by then they wouldn't touch my condition. I had brought in pictures of my hair loss beginning and it's current state but he implied he didnt even need to look at them to understand where my hair was going. I was shocked and this has caused me incredible doubt, as I have heard Hasson and Wong to be of the highest caliber and one of the most able and honest surgeons in the industry! I had given up hope mostly but due to the recommendation of friends and peers now I am taking further action by first consulting the good folks here on the network and seeing what your honest opinions is on my situation. I hope that a transplant could possible suffice for the front, even a permanent or long lasting Norwood 4 would be so much better then having thick wavy side locks, a Norwood 3 would be a blessing in itself yet I'm not counting on that. Most importantly is what you guys think is going on. I appreciate any support, suggestion and honest feedback thanks! here are some pictures to analyze, the last two are just a normal parting or how it is usually worn.
  14. Hi, I'm Derek and am new here. I'm 31 years old and have been losing my hair slowly since I was 19. I have been on Propecia and have been on Avodart for the past few years. For the most part it has worked. I am not balding on my crown that bad, but my hairline keeps on receding ever so slowly and it's gotten to the point where I need to do something about it. Luckily I have pretty long hair so I am able to somewhat hide the fact that it is receding. Who is the absolute best person to go to for transplant work in New York? I have been told I have terrific donor areas and would only need my hairline filled in and a bit on crown. Dr. David Orentreich has been my family dermatologist for years, and has kept me with a good amount of hair, but I can't find many reviews on him. I know his father Norman created the hair transplant, but is he good? I have been doing research and it also sounds like Carlos Wesley is very good as is Dr. Bernstein . I feel like Berstein might just have the best advertising though! There is also Dr. Feller.. Can anyone lead me to the absolute best? Luckily, I make a good enough living that I am willing to pay to have the best results. I've attached some pics of my "situation" Any advise would be so so appreciated.
  15. Hi, If someone gets FUE to restore their hairline, will they be able to grow bangs? I can't seem to find pictures of guys who've had FUE transplants and grew their bangs out. Almost all the pictures I've seen show short hair. I have a receding U-shaped hairline and it's a little thin on top at the front, so I just wanted to know if FUE would be able to restore my hairline and make the front more thick, and allow me to grow my bangs out like when I was in my early 20s. I'm 33 now. I've added two pictures. One how my hair looks now and another of how my hair looked at age 22. Would I be able to come close to restoring how it used to look? Thanks!
  16. Before Surgery: • This patient had a receding hairline and thinning at the mid-top scalp. • Says that even when he was a child, he had scarring from an event and had bald patches, as well as a straight hairline that gave him a naturally large forehead. • Patient wanted a modest FUE hair restoration using only a small number of grafts Surgery: • Goal: Create satisfying coverage and build a new hairline. • Using his uGraft tool, Dr. Umar harvested 1500 grafts from the head and nape of the neck for this FUE hair restoration. Surgery Results: • Results shown are from 1 year after the surgery • Patient reports a more pleasing hairline shape than what he would naturally have, and almost nonexistent scarring. Click here to read more about FUE hair restoration at DermHair Clinic. You can also watch the video here: url=http://www.dermhairclinic.com/before-and-after-follicular-unit-extraction-hair-transplant-to-restore-thinning-hair-and-hairline-1500-ugrafts/
  17. Hey guys I am a 19 year old male who has a receding hairline that was been slowly receding since sophomore/junior year of high school, its about 2/3 inches from where it was before it started receding. I am looking for surgeons with great reviews and proven skill. Any additional information will be helpful. Thank you
  18. This patient came to Dr. Arocha in his mid-twenties seeking to restore and enhance his receding hairline. He received a 2300+ FUT procedure. The after photos are taken 11 months following his procedure. He has elected not to pursue pharmacological therapy. You can view his complete album HERE.
  19. These are recent pics of my receding hairline. The hair loss has been steadily progressive since 2009. What do you think?
  20. I am currently 21 years of age. I am suffering from a receding hairline. I understand that I am too young to get a hair transplant. My questions: At what age would it be fairly safe to get a hair transplant? How much could this potentially cost? Could I maintain a hairline that resembles a Norwood 2 (my current position)? I want to tackle this problem as efficiently as possible. From your experience what would you recommend? Thanks, Geoff
  21. First off I would like to mention that these photo booth pics make my hairline seem a lot thicker. Just try to imagine thinning farther beyond what you see. I have been paying close attention to my hair loss the past couple of months. Within this time period my frontal hairline went from completely solid, to thinning all across. It seems the right side of my hairline is thinning quicker. Small hairs have popped up all across the hairline. I am certain these are miniaturizing hairs. Furthermore, I have without doubt noticed a general thinning across my entire scalp. My hair loss has been progressing steadily for two years (since I was 19) with no signs of slowing down. my paternal grandfather was Bald and my father was almost bald at the age of 60. My Questions: Is it safe to say that I am experiencing Male Pattern baldness? Would it be smarter to start Propecia sooner than later? Could I expect a complete slow down/stop of my hair loss at the hairline? Final thoughts: It is difficult dealing with this at a young age, especially as an actor. I feel for others who have it worse off than me. I have been juggling the pros and cons of Propecia in my head for awhile. It is all so daunting! Besides the possible sexual side effects, I can barely pay rent let alone pay for both minoxidil and propecia. I have big decisions in front of me. If you guys could give me some insight into your experiences it would much obliged. Thanks, Geoff
  22. I'm 28 and have been experiencing hair loss for about a decade but it's only been in the form of a receding hairline. I would say I'm around Norwood 3. I'll try to post some pictures soon. From my consultations with HT clinics the number of grafts would only be anywhere from 900 - 1200. I'm fairly certain I'm going to schedule a FUE transplant in the middle of 2011 at Shapiro Medical after consulting with them and a number of other clinics. I'm trying to figure out a way to blend back into the workplace (corporate office setting) with the least amount of issues as discreetly as possible after the transplant. If I took off ten business days, which would give me about two weeks to recover, would this be sufficient to have any noticeable redness, swelling, cobblestoning (can that happen?) disappear for the most part? Also, from what I understand, the new implanted hair will grow for about six weeks and then fall out before resuming the growth cycle over the next year. So with that I would assume that after a FUE procedure even after the redness goes away the addition of new hair would certainly be noticeable immediately, perhaps a little bit less in my case given the number of grafts I need. All in all, I understand there's going to be some attention drawn to my hairline and I'm okay letting people know I went through with a HT but I'd rather not advertise it so to speak. Also, I do wear my hair fairly short (1/2 inch on the buzzer on the sides and back and about an inch and a half on top) so I think getting a shorter haircut before the procedure would not be an issue.
  23. Hi, I have been looking at this and other forums for a while and recently decided to join. I am only 18 and already my hairline has started to recede. It has been this way for about 18 months at a guess, but in the early stages no body could notice except me. I successfully hid my hairline for a while, but it seems to have got worse recently, to the point where I would avoid going outside if it was windy without a hat on. I am quite an active person, and I wouldn't even go to sports training without a hat for fear of my hairline being revealed as I ran. Anyway I became fed up with having to constantly style my hair and being worried so took the plunge and shaved it down to a #2. This was a big decision for me as I have had medium-long length hair for a while. Whilst the freedom of being able to go running again and play sports is nice I really do not like the way it looks; in certain lights the fine, thin hairs that are where my hairline used to be look absent and it is very apparent I am balding. I have been on generic finasteride for about 6 months and it does not appear to have had an effect, although it is difficult to tell what my hair loss pattern would be without it. I have now purchased some Kirkland 5% minoxidil in an attempt to thicken up the thinning hairs in my hairline. I am also considering purchasing some dermmatch and applying it dry to the hairs in my hairline to give an illusion of thickness, would this be advisable? Thanks for taking the time to read this, and any suggestions about what may help and whether dermmatch is a good idea or not would be greatly appreciated.
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