I had a hair transplant (my third iteration) in late January of 2018, which means I am now coming up on my 12 month mark.
The results have been pretty good, and I'm satisfied with the way my hair looks. I'm booked in for a one-year post-op visit with my doctor at the end of the month.
Lately, I've really been struggling to break habits that I formed after my hair surgery. I am still avoiding the sun completely. I do not want to put any product in my hair for fear of unseen damage. I do not wash or dry my hair too vigorously. There are many other habitual actions, too many to name, that I formed post-op and continue.
Has anyone else struggled with this way of thinking? I know it's not healthy, but I'm finding it hard to break free.
Any thoughts or advice is appreciated.
A bit of a hypothetical, but also may be applicable to some.
If money was no issue, and you could choose anyone, who would you choose? (With the exception of one's that have a 3-4 year wait).
It's so hard to pick a surgeon, because some in the US (Cooley, LA FUE clinic, H&W) have unreal results, but are so expensive.
Then, some like Cinik, Asmed, and so on also show great results, but have naysayers floating around.
I guess im wondering if the gap between the expensive, versus the medium is now smaller than it used to be, and if it's worth if overall.