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Hi All,

 

M 35+ losing hair since last 12 years .... now am searching for the best possible option of Hair Transplant.

 

Have already taken Dr.Batra (10 years back) and Dr.Paul's treatment (3 years back) nothing helped.

 

Just few weeks back have taken a Advanced Hair Check @ AHS ....

Overall looks very suggestive ... very expensive though ....

 

I searched for Online review and i got mixed reactions.... half of them are anti-ahs and from the profile you could make out maximum of them are fake profiles.. as if they are getting paid for -ve advertising .... and many of them are saying magical result.

 

m really skeptical whether to go for it or not ....

 

need your advice on this ....

 

Photos attached ....

 

Regards,

Avijeet

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AHS is a wig. Your donor area looks sufficient for a proper transplant procedure.

 

is isn't a wig sir

 

i was told 3000-4000 follicles will be transplanted from my donor area (trichophytic closure)

 

the treatment is called "Strand by Strand (The Ultimate)"

 

not a wig... wig is some cosmetic procedure ...

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There is a hybrid hair system which has a similar label.

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Supporting Physicians: Dr. Robert Dorin: True & Dorin Medical in New York, NY

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I remember a guy who started a thread on this hybrid hair replacement and he had rejection issues and had to have the grafts removed...:eek:

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Dear All ....

 

Finally i got the HT done (Strip Method) @ AHS Bangalore on 18th Nov 2014.

 

Here is a pic Just before and after the HT

 

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4000 grafts planted ....

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No....sorry nothing to do with your HT bro...

Its just that I seen you was asking for some feed back about some company then within a few days....boom you had it done...

Sorry I think I just misunderstood you from the start my bat.

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No....sorry nothing to do with your HT bro...

Its just that I seen you was asking for some feed back about some company then within a few days....boom you had it done...

Sorry I think I just misunderstood you from the start my bat.

 

Oh m glad ..... now i sleep and enjoy my weekend .... :D

 

will keep posting my weekly/monthly updates here ....

 

cheers...

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100 Days since my HT ....... will upload photos soon...

 

The regrowth must be kicking in....:cool:

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The regrowth must be kicking in....:cool:

 

m @ eight months now ....

 

hair was looking much thicker and coverage was better @ 6 months ...

 

m getting a feel that its thinner @ 8 months in comparision what it was 2 months back ....

 

is there some shock phase ... in 8 months ..... is there any chance of further growth from 9-12 months ???

 

Shine on scalp is coming back too :mad:

 

will share photos soon...

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Avijeet,

 

You may be experiencing some light shedding and doubt that it's shock loss because that normally happens at 4-6 weeks post-op and as a result of the trauma induced by the procedure itself. At 8 months post-op, the initial level of trauma should have subsided quite a bit by now.

 

And lots of regrowth is taking place at 6 months post-op however you can still have some regrowth in the months that follow, it's just not as much because most of the grafts have kicked in by now.

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Supporting Physicians: Dr. Robert Dorin: True & Dorin Medical in New York, NY

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Photos attached ...

01 - Pre & Post Operation

02 - 3 Months Photo

03 - 8 Months Photo

 

M really really scared about the hair growth ..... when i see different cases in 8 months online, my growth is nothing ...

 

my bald patches are clearly visible ..... even at front an island is forming ..... crown area is completely bald ....

 

i was told that by 9-12 months the growth will be remarkable .... but m feeling its going back the ground zero .... shine on the scalp is coming back. right side partition zone and front is the biggest problem area.

 

Guys give your reviews ....

 

my procedure was done in Nov 2014, 3000 grafts Strand by Strand (The Ultimate) @ AHS Bangalore, India.

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Avijeet,

 

I looked at your first photo post-op and the mid-scalp has a much lower level of grafted density that the frontal zone.

 

I would ask your surgeon what the level of grafted density was. It does not appear that you had any grafts placed in the crown from the original photo.

 

You had FUE right?

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Supporting Physicians: Dr. Robert Dorin: True & Dorin Medical in New York, NY

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