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On 2/20/2019 at 5:38 PM, Payam said:

I'd be pretty excited if my 4.5 months looked like that, it does look ahead of the growth curve. Regarding hairs that never shed but aren't growing, I've read that the growing hairs underneath will eventually push these out but the process takes a bit longer than if they had shed on their own.

Payum. Where did you read that?

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On 2/20/2019 at 2:56 PM, Melvin-Moderator said:

To be honest, at 4.5 months this is really good. The outline of the hairline is strong and in 2-3 months it will be filled in. This has the makings of a homerun.

Melvin 

I'm getting a bit anxious about something. I noticed there was something stuck in my crown and just dragged it out it was a hair with some sort of residue or dry skin stuck to it. How can this be happaning at 5 months ?

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On 2/20/2019 at 3:30 PM, Kingbilla said:

@FarsanUk

What doctor meant was that these might br transplanted grafts shafts that have not shed or are stagnant (acting as foreign body) and could be blocking a new hair from growing. You can tell by tweezing them. They should come out easily .

I think he genuinely gave you good advice. You should look into it, might be the reason crown is behind.

I tried tweezing a few and they came out easily..Just the hairs  nothing else came with it such as a graft. I'm assuming this now leaves space for hairs to come through. Still very confusing.

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Posted (edited)

Just a quick update on the crown area. I'm 5.5 months post OP now. Certainly feels more hairier when I put my fingers through the crown. Crown was my biggest problem so hoping for more improvements over the next 3 months which In terms of new hairs popping is a very crucial period coming up. Will post a full update in a few months.

 

 

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Considering growth in the crown can often be slow compared to the frontal areas,  think that's some decent progress at 5 and half months.

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Bear in mind all of those hairs will also thicken up to massively create the illusion of density as well. At only 5.5 months, I think that is a brilliant improvement on hair count. My crown took the full 12 months to reach it's full potential. 

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You  are so bold before and now you have hair:)) and only 5.5. Happy growing

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Posted (edited)
2 hours ago, Kraistoff said:

How’s the hairline looking farsan ? 

6 months post OP Asmed Dr Koray Erdogan 

This update is the hairline only. Pictures are a bit flattering to be honest. Hoping things start looking more softer and natural in the front, I have corse hair so it's not ideal. It's not as dense as it looks on photos.Will post again at 7 months with full 360 degree photos including crown update.

 

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9 minutes ago, FarsanUk said:

6 months post OP Asmed Dr Koray Erdogan 

 

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Wow Farsan looking brilliant

 

jealous of your Desnity and uniformity 

 

 

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Everything looks good IMO. The crown may take a full 12-18 months to fully manifest.


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I'm sure there will be some Asmed naysayers (some of which seem justified) come along shortly but this looks very impressive to me for 6 months!  

What do your friends, family, coworkers say?  

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5 hours ago, xadiohead said:

I'm sure there will be some Asmed naysayers (some of which seem justified) come along shortly but this looks very impressive to me for 6 months!  

What do your friends, family, coworkers say?  

Co workers never knew I had it in the first place as I always used fibres. If you look at my pre OP photos I had a lot of hair so was easy to use topikk. Friends think it looks normal but of course I know that it's not completely natural as it is pluggy and probably will require touching up next year. Itll thicken up over the next 3 to 4 months then I'll make a final judgement on the naturalness of the hairline (not overall maturity of the entire transplant as that will take longer) and take it from there.

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Posted (edited)

You are only 6 months and it looks very good. It may take more time for hairline to get it soft. Check my post from 18 months to 24 month.i would like to have your hairline. This is a nice hairline and it is a big deal to have a nice hairline. Maybe you will need more density or maybe not.  But i like your hairline. 

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