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HT by Dr.Radha (2800) grafts

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Firstly,many Thanks to this forum as I could find answers to all my queries regarding HT.

 

I'm 28 yr old male from India and had my HT on "July 3",overall experience was good.After contemplating between Dr.Madhu and Dr.Radha,chosen Dr.Radha due to positive response from forum members,Thanks to All.

 

Please check-out my album and provide your comments.

 

Since mine is an hereditary hair loss and I'm only 28, thing I'm really worried is the donor location,I feel it's too high.Please provide your expert feedback regarding it.

 

Soon will post my 1 month pics...thanks again for the support and help

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Your HT looks great. I believe your gone have a very good result from this. Your scar does look abit high, but I guess Dr Radha has years of experience of where to take the donor from. Have you asked Dr Radha about this?? From your HT photos, I cant see if your losing much from the crown (lower part of the crown from the back)

 

Looking forward to seeing more of your HT photos

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Hi jayukdht,

 

I asked her in my pre-op consultation during which she shown me a pic of patient in which donor area was quite optimum.I'm attaching my pre-op crown pic,please have a look.

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daksh84,

 

Congratulations! The work is very clean and refined and the new hairline is going to look great. Very hard to tell the location of the donor scar from the pic you posted but I have confidence in Dr. Radha's judgment.

 

Good luck!


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I think Dr. Radha notices that your hair in the back has no size reduction at all.. Perhaps she has taken it from higher so in future you have a lot of donor area still to go just in case you bald again .. besides most people need more than one ht... so I guess its good news.. ??

 

Secondly if that area is genetically supposed to get bald. she has taken hair of there to keep the front... and stitched it up .. so mostly the lower hair probably is permanent now..... its only uphill for you coz your hair thickness at the back is immense with no real balding .

 

I read this somewhere and I cant recollect where, so its just a presumption ...

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Congrats! You got good number of grafts and nice density.

 

Radha's work is clean and perfect as usual. Looks like she designed your hair line with good understanding of your balding pattern.

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David,

 

I had some native hairs,hence i'm finding it difficult to self-evaluate..There is growth,but not sure whether it's optimal for 5 months post-op :(

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Hi,

 

Considering that you are 5 months post operation your right on track. You have only just hit the growth stage and you will experience hair a lot more in the next 12 months. Good luck.

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Daksh,

 

Congrats on your transplant buddy! I think it is going to look great when it all grows in as scheduled! Don't worry too much about anything at this stage.....your right on schedule to see things take off very soon. Then you won't be able to stop it if you tried! Keep us posted.....and thanks for the update!

 

Best,

 

Mike


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