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Hello All,

 

I went for the 2200 FUE hair transplant of April 1st, in India. However, it's being 15 week from the date of hair transplant. My current profile pic is of 14th week and i am using Menoxidil 5% regularly.

 

I know it is little early but i want to make sure that the progress is going good or not.

 

Please check my picture posted with this post and put your comment about the growth till 14th week. I will be great if your views or suggestion under this posts. Your positive suggestion will helps a lot.

 

PS: 1) First pic is after the 8th week of the FUE transplant.

2) Second pic after the 12th week of the FUE transplant.

3) Third pic after the 14th week of the FUE transplant.

 

Thanks

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Seems like your on track, looks like hairs are starting to pop now.

your still very early in the process still much more to come.

Coming months them folicals will start to mature.

be patient your doing fine.

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Tough to make a call as the lighting is different is all the pics.

But i believe 4 months is early to judge.

 

Can you share your doctor's name?

Also, which norwood level were you pre-op?

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It's way too early to tell. Stay patient and try not to think about it too much. If I were you, I would allow myself to assess the growth once a month. Doing it any more than that and it can become obsessive and you'll feel like you're never making progress. Stay busy, active, social and try to put it out of your mind. Then one day you'll look in the mirror and be pleasantly surprised. It's much less stressful this way. :)

 

Also, as n00b mentioned, it's helpful to take your photos in the same lighting/angle every time so that you can properly assess your progress.

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So far so good man, please be sure you're also taking finistaride! That stuff is life to me. haha I gave up on monoxidyl. I'd probably recommend 1 more transplant in the future, I can tell even end result this won't be enough but it's a great start!

 

In the mean time, look into a product that won't hurt your wallet such as Toppik.

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My concern is not so much the grafts.  They're in there and will always be, and, like others have already pointed out, it is just too early.  At this time you should be able to distinguish nothing, (unless there was PRP involved at the time of the procedure).  Give it at least another 15 weeks and then at a year to reassess.

My concern has to do with the placement of the grafts.  You have a large diffused pattern.  If the grafts were placed diffusely throughout, you'll end up seeing no visual change a year from now. Mind you, you'll never be empty as the grafts will be there, but they'll offer no density.  If the work, however, was concentrated in the frontal 1/3, the grafts will allow for some framing of your face, a stronger forelock - which is appropriate for the patter you've developed, and will always serve you well.  

You seem to have a lot of miniaturized hairs.  You can tell this by looking at the caliber of each strand. Notice how some are thicker than others.  Discuss Propecia, PRP and Laser with the doctor.  Most believe there is synergy with the simultaneous use of different modalities.  Give it a year.  If you end up experiencing some enhancement, your result will truly be a positive one.

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10 minutes ago, LaserCap said:

My concern is not so much the grafts.  They're in there and will always be, and, like others have already pointed out, it is just too early.  At this time you should be able to distinguish nothing, (unless there was PRP involved at the time of the procedure).  Give it at least another 15 weeks and then at a year to reassess.

My concern has to do with the placement of the grafts.  You have a large diffused pattern.  If the grafts were placed diffusely throughout, you'll end up seeing no visual change a year from now. Mind you, you'll never be empty as the grafts will be there, but they'll offer no density.  If the work, however, was concentrated in the frontal 1/3, the grafts will allow for some framing of your face, a stronger forelock - which is appropriate for the patter you've developed, and will always serve you well.  

You seem to have a lot of miniaturized hairs.  You can tell this by looking at the caliber of each strand. Notice how some are thicker than others.  Discuss Propecia, PRP and Laser with the doctor.  Most believe there is synergy with the simultaneous use of different modalities.  Give it a year.  If you end up experiencing some enhancement, your result will truly be a positive one.

All good advice, but this posting is 4 years old? 

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