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  1. I receive this question daily, I thought I would make a video on the subject. I would love to hear the communities input. How many of you have had successful hair transplant procedures with diffuse hair loss?
  2. For those of you who have had hair transplants, did you guys suffer from shock loss? I would love to hear the communities input. Will You Suffer From Shock Loss If You Have A Hair Transplant?
  3. For you experienced guys, did you guys do anything to prevent shock loss? I wanna hear the communities input. Preventing Shock Loss After A Hair Transplant
  4. Hey Guys, This topic has come up recently and I thought it would be appropriate to touch on the things to look for when suffering from possible donor depletion or shock loss. I encourage all of you to read the article and please share it with others who may be suffering from these conditions. Hair Transplant Surgery Donor Depletion or Shock Loss?
  5. #BeforeAndAfterMondays This dedicated 33-year-old did it! By painstakingly capturing images of his scalp each day following his 2453 graft follicular unit transplantation FUT session with Dr. Carlos K. Wesley and team, he created a time lapse of his hair growth. The patient’s hair follicles were incubated in platelet rich plasma PRP throughout the duration of the procedure. Patients have heard of the possible "shock loss" of pre-existing hairs following the procedure as well as the recovery. This video helps illustrate the process. As with all of Dr. Wesley’s patients, he was NOT required to cut his hair for the procedure. As a result, this patient was able to return comfortably to work and social activities within approximately 7-10 days of his procedure. In addition to capturing this detailed series of images at home, the patient also returned to the United Sates one year after his procedure and images of the patient can be seen in the video.
  6. I have seen this question recently posted on the forum, while there is nothing a patient can do to fully prevent shock loss besides having less native hair, there are some medications the individual can take to make sure the shock loss isn't permanent. What have you guys tried? Can Shock Loss From Hair Transplant Surgery Be Prevented?
  7. When transplanting new follicles between native thinning hairs, they are prone to shockloss... is this shockloss permanent to the thinning hairs or will they come back from being dormant and continue to grow out for years to come, until they excessively minituarize? Thanks in in advance for any information Ryan
  8. 10 months and 2 weeks ago I had a hair transplant with an IARHS surgeon. My crown was full thickness except for the blue circle. I said I just wanted the blue circle area done because I dont want any permanent shock loss of thick hair,, but my surgeon suggested transplanting 1000 grafts (3000 hairs) over the entire crown (red circle is the transplant area) to combat any future hair loss as he said I could end up otherwise with an island, and he said that shock loss isn't permanent. After the surgery, about 95% of the native hair in the transplant region fell out, and this is my 10 month 2 week result. I've asked his assistant for the photos multiple times for a week now so I can fairly compare what I had before to what I have now, but his assistant keeps telling me that the surgeon is busy and they will be sent when the surgeon has time. At the moment the entire transplant area is thinner than before the surgery (even the areas that appear ok in the photos). Also the outer border of the transplant zone seems to be worse off than the rest of the transplant region, there is a very thin, almost bald border around the transplant region. When I examine my crown area in the mirror I do see short 1-2mm long hairs (which suggests new growth) in some areas of the crown. I had a pimple (ingrowing hair) a week ago. This gives me hope that it will eventually all return - is this realistic? If this is the final result I'm going to be extremely upset because my hair loss is 5x worse than my father's at this point, but if it's only temporary and it's going to eventually return then I don't care, but if I gave him €3000 just to destroy 35,000+ hairs then I'm going to cry I'm going to see him again in a few days for which his assistant quoted me €3,500 for a beard transplant and to fix thin areas on the crown and to have 2 thin temples done. This time I will absolutely insist that any thick hair is not touched. My concern is that if I let my surgeon touch the crown at this point, he can't see any hair that hasn't returned yet, which makes me could I could get mass transection of hair, which will hopefully be as thick as what I used to have before the surgery, because he can't avoid transecting with his scalpel what he can't see. Is this a valid concern? Should I refuse to let him touch the crown until 18 months? 10 months 2 weeks 10 months 2 weeks 10 months 2 weeks 10 months 2 weeks
  9. I had a FUT procedure performed two months ago and have had a lot of hair loss below the donor site. Does this look like shock loss, should I be concerned and will it grow back?
  10. Hi Guys, I have gone through HT around 40 days back. And attaching some before and after pictures for donor area till 40 days Post Op for guidance Currently I am in huge confusion after HT since some gaps are visible at donor side after 40 days in comparison to my earlier donor density. 1- Is it normal density at donor side at 40 days Post Op. 2- When would these gaps can be expected to be filled, which are visible currently at donor side. 3- Are these gaps are due to shock loss at donor side. Please guide. Regards, HelpSeeker
  11. Hi Guys, I have gone through HT around 40 days back. And attaching some before and after pictures for donor area till 40 days Post Op for guidance Currently I am in huge confusion after HT since some gaps are visible at donor side after 40 days in comparison to my earlier donor density. 1- Is it normal density at donor side at 40 days Post Op. 2- When would these gaps can be expected to be filled, which are visible currently at donor side. 3- Are these gaps are due to shock loss at donor side. Please guide. Regards, HelpSeeker
  12. Hi everyone. This is my very first thread or post for that matter. I've been following many of your journeys for years. This forum is AMAZING. I just recently had my third HT on June 17. I've been a diffuse thinner so my grafts were spread evenly in my previous procedures, however this time I wanted more density in the front. We planned to have 1500 grafts for the front, 1200 in the middle and the remainder for the crown totalling 3370 grafts. What I experienced approximately four weeks post op as my native and previously transplanted hairs started to grow back, was a bald patch began to appear and get progressively larger right in the front of my scalp. The new grafts shed which I expected but the other hair didn't seem to grow through and "shocked". There are also a few hairs that have stayed the same length for several weeks, they don't seem to be growing. They could very well be transplanted hairs that have not yet shed, I'm not sure. My main concern is about this patch in the front area. I haven't seen anyone else with anything similar and I am concerned and worried what could have caused this, if my hair will return and newly transplanted hair grow. There was never any infections and I followed my Doctors instructions for the aftercare. It's very distressing, I've contacted my Dr and the best advice I have been given is that this can occur and I will have to wait and see. As you can see, I had quite good coverage and a strong hairline prior to this most recent procedure. Both previous procedures were smaller FUT procedures (2100 k 2200) & I was able to grow my pre-existing hair and style it while I waited for the new hair to grow without noticing any shock loss. If anyone could please offer me some re-assurance, some advice or some knowledge of similar experiences that have recovered. It would be so helpful right now, just so I don't feel so on my own. I'm trying to keep my chin up but feel quite deflated each time I look in the mirror. I appreciate your time in reading and responding. I will post further pictures, unfortunately my iPad would only let me upload one photo at a time
  13. Hi all, Would you kindly share how was your HT result without taking any finasteride? Was it good enough or sub optimal? Did it result in huge shock loss or no? And did it recover in time? Any additional thoughts are much appreciated. I have read enough threads on the debate of why and why not take finastride, completely understand the long term stabilizer arguement etc however here I just want to hear from people who got HT done (or know someone who did) without taking any finasteride and how would they rate their result. TIA!
  14. Hi all, I am new to this forum. I am a diffuse norwood 5 thinner and am considering transplants. I have two questions: 1) Does shock loss happen in the recipient area? Is it worse for diffuse thinners? 2) What is the possibility of a failed hair transplant? For instance, if I pick a top doctor like Dr Hasson from H&W (not to offend anyone), what is the possibility of a transplant failure? Has anyone experienced such failure from top surgeons? Can someone please educate me? Thanks in advance!
  15. 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.
  16. I have thin eyebrows from years of overplucking. I have tried Rogaine and Latisse to regrow them with little success. I think the follicles are damaged and will not regrow. I am considering an eyebrow transplant to restore the thickness of my eyebrows. I have consulted with four top hair restoration surgeons - Dr. Keene, Dr. Shapiro, Dr. Wong and Dr. Rahal. Dr. Keene is worried I could be at risk for shock loss because I have existing eyebrow hairs. She said my native hairs could fall out and may or may not grow back. In my consults with the other surgeons, I was told this risk is minimal and if I do experience any shock loss it will only be temporary. I really want to have this procedure done, but I don't want to end up with less hair than I have now. Is there a significant risk of permanent shock loss wherein the native hairs do not grow back? Is there anything that can be done to prevent shock loss? I appreciate the feedback. Thank you.
  17. Hi Experts, I hail from the New Jersey area and have been experiencing gradual hairloss for the last 10 years or so. My hairloss has reached a prominent stage now and I am contemplating to go for a HT to improve the density of the hair in the region whereit has thinned significantly (pic attached - I have also encircled the effected area). But I am worried that a HT attempt in the region where I still have my natural hair, will have an impact on the existing hair follicles (shock-loss?) and damage them. Please advise. Also, if you suggest that a HT would do no harm, please recommend me a good HT surgeon in the NJ, US area if you are familiar with any from your personal experience. Also, is there a particular type of HT that I should consider? Thank you very much in reading my post and for helping out! PS: I had tried Minoxidil solns (rogaine) earlier, discontinuing which had adverse effects with increased hairloss and dandruff/dry scalp. I have tried consuming saw palmetto orally to inhibit DHT without much luck. I prefer staying away from Propecia due to the side effects.
  18. Hi Guys Hope you are all well. I'm curious to received comments for where I am at 3 months/ 2 weeks. I see my hair everyday. I think the new grafts are beginning to grow, but unsure about my shockloss. What do you think? Pic Description: 1 & 2 - Before 3 & 4 - Day after Surgery 5 & 6 - 10 Days after surgery 7 - 1 Month after Surgery 8 - 2 Months after Surgery 9 - 3 Months after surgery
  19. Two month post op. Picture is attached. Any idea if this shock loss would come back or is it permanent? Loss is located below the scar near the left and right ears. Left side shock loss is extremely significant. I would appreciate the input, thanks.
  20. Hi everyone, Three weeks ago I underwent scar revision surgery and my doctor used some of the grafts to improve density in the areas with little growth (my hair transplant was in August last year). 307 grafts were transplanted this time. So far my scar looks really good, but what worries me is the hairloss on the left side just behind the transplanted hairs. It happened only on one side (the right side looks normal). Three weeks ago I didn't have a bald patch there. Is it possible to lose native hairs so suddenly and only in one place? Or it is simply shock loss? (I take finasteride which seems to halt my hairloss) If so, is shock loss possible after such a small surgery (307 grafts)? I experienced shock loss after my first hair transplant but then my donor area was affected. I am enclosing some photos for reference. I would be extremely grateful for clarification.
  21. I've had a small FUE (1000 FU) a three months ago with a coalition member doc to fill in my corners. The op went well and I'm experiencing some decent growth in the recipient area but the middle of my hair line (where no hairs were implanted) seems to have become thinner since the op. Could this be a reaction to the surgery and is there any chance that this area will thicken again with time? Has anybody else had the same experience? I feel quite frustrated with the outcome as my problem was small and relatively easy to conceal but hiding a thinning spot in the middle of my hair line is a totally different ball game! Thanks
  22. Hi! It's been 5 months since my HT, I had about 1000 grafts on my hairline and temples. Been happy and optimistic about this most of the time, but I hit my head after few weeks of my HT and the area has been extremely slow to heal. Even now there is some redness and whatever. I've been happy with my transplant so far, but on my right temple where I hit my head I suspect that there might be shockloss going on or something else, because it looks much balder than my left temple. I actually feel that in the recent weeks I might have lost some hair there compared to time before that, but I'm not sure though. Is there a reason to suspect that I might have lost hair (native or transplanted) because of the hit on my head, or could the hair just be in a resting phase due to the shock and the slow healing process? Has anyone else hit their head after HT and what was your experience and results after that? I feel bad and stupid about hitting my head after transplant, because otherwise this has been going just great and I'm afraid I screw up with this. Also, are the grafts so settled after few weeks that a hit on the head can't move them around or cause pitting or anything like that..?
  23. Hello, I got my HT done on January 6th. Its been 2 months now but i see that the hair under both ears is gone. I used to have alot of hair. But post FUT, I see that there's alot of bald patches as you can see. I am a little tensed that that hair might not grow back. Does this really happen? I have read here that shock loss in donor area is quite common and that hair grows back. But its been over two months now but i dont see any growth. Also, how long before i could see the results of my FUT surgery come through. Its been two months, I know am being a little impatient but just wanted to know when does the hair starts to come. Thanks.
  24. Hi, apologies for the long message but wanted to try to include everything. I received a transplant 3 years ago where I got around 2,100 grafts to the front of my head by Dr. Pathomvanich. He left the area or tuft to the front centre of my head which was a bit stronger than the surrounding areas and felt there was no need to work on that as it could be affected by shockloss. The temples were filled in and the area behind and surrounding the tuft was thickened. I was very happy with his work but feel I would like to have this centre front area filled in more as it has since become thinner. It is see through in sunlight and under lights. I need to use Toppik and would like to not have to use this anymore to conceal my thinning. I contacted Dr. Pathomvanich about this but he thinks that the area is not thin enough yet for a transplant and that working on this would be too dangerous for shockloss. I fully respect his decision as he is obviously someone who knows about the effects of shockloss. I am just seeing what others think and how they think the shockloss would affect it. Has anybody ever got a transplant on a similar looking area? I am wondering how dense do you think my hair is? I would guess that it is near 40 hairs per cm2, though many may be minituarized. I have zoomed in on the pictures and used a ruler in some pics. I have some pics with wet hair and hairs in the thin area spread out to get a good view of the thinning. At what stage would you think I could get a transplant on the hair so shockloss would be less likely? When it reaches 25 hairs per cm2? I feel that if I was to have a transplant with my hair at 40 hairs per cm2 then I would lose more than if I had one when my hair has thinned to 25 hairs per cm2 as the hairs are a bit denser. However, would it not all be the same as I would be starting out with more? I'm assuming I have 40 hairs per cm2 but obviously it may be more or less that. Here are the 2 hypothetical scenarios: 1) transplant when hair is at 40 per cm2 - lose 50% to shockloss (20 hairs per cm2) - end result from shockloss is 20 hairs per cm2 2) transplant when hair is at 25 per cm2 - lose 20% to shockloss ( 5 hairs per cm2) - end result from shockloss is 20 hairs per cm2. So although I lose more in scenario 1, I had more to start with so I would still have the same amount after the shockloss and before new hair grows. These are all just hypothetical figures but you get the idea. I am also aware that shockloss is unpredictable but that it is more likely when hair is denser. In short,I am wondering is there a density threshold for when it is safe from major shockloss?
  25. Here is 24 year old Indian patient with diffuse hair loss. A total of 2113 grafts were transplanted using the strip technique. He has had minimal shock loss. 1-hair grafts - 400 2-hair grafts - 1648 3-hair grafts - 65 Total number of grafts - 2113 Total number of hair - 3891
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