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Dr Diep ~ 1776 Grafts Via FUE ~ 25 y/o Asian Male ~ Norwood 3

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4 hours ago, shookwon33 said:

Very exciting @fatbastard12345. Thanks for keeping us updated. You may be an early grower what do you think? @Melvin-Moderator

No. I don't think I'm early. I think I'm growing at at a regular pace, but I may be wrong. Hehe. If I reach 100% density in a year, I think I'm currently at about 14%

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On 1/12/2019 at 11:59 PM, shookwon33 said:

ohhhh man looking good my man for just 4 months and a half @fatbastard12345. Thanks for the constant updates man looking forward to my procedure in 4 months in May.

cool. when did you schedule? i'm curious as to how long the wait time is these days.

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I scheduled around July 2018 and got an appointment schedule for June of 2019. However, a cancellation came up so I managed to get my appointment in May now haha so 1 month earlier i guess it doesnt hurt. I just wanna do this thang and enjoy my life with a sweet af hairline while im still young af lol

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On 1/31/2019 at 1:04 PM, shookwon33 said:

@fatbastard12345 any chance you have any updated pictures of your donor my mans? hope all is well :D

i live by myself so it's hard to take a picture of the back of my head, but since i got FUE - no scarring in the donor area can be seen.

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Looks really good to me man! Patience is key 5 months is still way early. Just hope you don't go off forgetting about us before you finish updating because youll be enjoying your new hair xD

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1 hour ago, fatbastard12345 said:

About 5 months and 2 weeks. I really hope this thickens. I'm slightly worried.

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The hair needs to be grown out to achieve an appearance of density. The native density and transplanted density will not match with 1,700 grafts. Do you plan on keeping a buzz cut? If you grew your hair out a few inches I think this would already look really good. 


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It’s actually a good improvement from 2 weeks ago ..I think u should get a good result , the outline of the hairline is filling in nicely .. i wanted my hairline more like this , with a little widows peak in the middle ..  don’t stress about things n just let the process takes its course .

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In addition, it seems the light is much different in this recent pic you just posted. It seems quite harsh lighting??

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6 Month Mark 🙌

I plan on growing my hair out. Donor hair was extracted from the back and sides of my head. My FUE scars are still visible. The areas from where the hairs were extracted are lighter.  

The transplanted hair doesn't look good when viewed from a below angle but it looks all right from the front. Also, I can't take selfies outside in the sun because the transplanted hairs come out looking too thin.





 

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That's to be expected at 6 months and at this length. If you keep growing it, I bet by 10 months it's going to be a huge difference. The hairs still need to mature and thicken.


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Melvin- Associate Publisher and Forum Moderator for the Hair Transplant Network, the Coalition Hair Loss Learning Center, and the Hair Loss Q&A Blog.

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3 hours ago, fatbastard12345 said:

6 Month Mark 🙌

I plan on growing my hair out. Donor hair was extracted from the back and sides of my head. My FUE scars are still visible. The areas from where the hairs were extracted are lighter.  

The transplanted hair doesn't look good when viewed from a below angle but it looks all right from the front. Also, I can't take selfies outside in the sun because the transplanted hairs come out looking too thin.





 

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hey man good results. I hope it keeps improving for you? other then receding did you have thinning also?

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On 3/1/2019 at 12:23 AM, fatbastard12345 said:

6 Month Mark 🙌

I plan on growing my hair out. Donor hair was extracted from the back and sides of my head. My FUE scars are still visible. The areas from where the hairs were extracted are lighter




 

 

 

 

 

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Posted (edited)

I already plan on getting a second procedure to increase density. It may not be noticeable on camera but the right side of my hair is quite thin. Underneath sunlight, it looks like I'm going bald in the area. Not a perfect procedure but with only 1776 grafts, Diep did an amazing job and I can only ask for so much.

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it looks good man. Any chance you have photos from different angles? Also still got about 5-7 months of density to come in ! 

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Your hair looks fantastic, but at 7 months you still have plenty of time to thicken and increase in density. I think it's too soon to plan on a second procedure. I'm not saying you won't want more density, but your result will undoubtedly only get better from here on out. So far though it looks like it's going to be a home run.


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My Hair Transplant Journey

Melvin- Associate Publisher and Forum Moderator for the Hair Transplant Network, the Coalition Hair Loss Learning Center, and the Hair Loss Q&A Blog.

Follow our Social Media Instagram @thehairtransplantnetwork FacebookPintrest, Linkedin and YouTube.

 

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