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5 hours ago, harin said:

You will start noticing growth with in next 45-60 days and it will thicken further by 6th month mark, happy days ahead, enjoy the growth. Congratulations again. Consider trimming with No 2 clipper after few weeks, makes ugly duckling phase tolerable.

Thanks for your advise harin. I will get my sides trimmed very soon

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12 hours ago, LeftHook said:

Thanks for posting this latest update.

Indeed, everything appears to be going exactly as per the typical HT timescale. Now that the most unpleasant phase is pretty much drawing to its close, the good times begin! Eugenix results are always exciting, and so I can only imagine how excellent your results will be in the upcoming months. 

I looked back over this thread, and in particular, the close ups that you included immediate post-op photos. The new hairline is definitely a work of genius. I really like the way that there are 2 or 3 isolated single that hairs have been placed a millimetre or so in front of the hairline, just as is often the case with hairlines prior to hairloss. They've taken ultra-natural appearance extremely seriously, and that is a wonderful thing.

By the way, I met Dr Pradeep Sethi and Dr Arika Bansal when they came over to Manchester, last month. When I mentioned this forum, and also that my native tongue is Gujarati, Dr Pradeep did mention you! :D

My only question is regarding medication. I've read that you didn't take any medication before the HT. Post op, have you been taking finasteride, minoxidil, or anything else?

Hello @LeftHook 

I am taking finex, multivitamins and have started rogaine foam since last 3 weeks

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Thanks for your update ahmedabad_guy.  Your hair has really come good,  in another month or so there should be a really big improvement.

Have you considered taking Biotin or aloe vera or Saw Palmatto, they are all great for good growth strengthing and thickening the hair ?

........ Paddy......

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On 6/6/2019 at 8:55 PM, ahmedabad_guy said:

Day 42 updates

Hello all,

Today i have completed 42 days since my surgery. I can still feel some pain in my recipient area every now and then but it is not bothering me too much. Recipient area is still little bit numb but it is better then 2 weeks ago. I have lost my 80% hair from transplanted area. This is worst part of HT journey. I have attached my current state of my head.

Thanks

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Hi

Allmost going on right way...

Best of luck for your new look.

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5 hours ago, paddyirishman said:

Thanks for your update ahmedabad_guy.  Your hair has really come good,  in another month or so there should be a really big improvement.

Have you considered taking Biotin or aloe vera or Saw Palmatto, they are all great for good growth strengthing and thickening the hair ?

........ Paddy......

I am taking biotin and aloe vera juice paddy

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Day 90 update

Just want to give you guys quick update on my progress. I can see some hairs are growing back in frontal area. Lot of my hairs are coming out gray and that is why it is difficult to capture in pics. I can see lot of small hairs popping out hopefully i will be able to capture it in my four months update . i have attached my  3 month pics.

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Your hair looks thicker and has come on since your 60 day update and has blended in that little bit more. I must admit your hairline looks great even at this early stage.

How is the numbness in your recipent area now ? Is it gone or do you still have a little.  ? 

Thanks for your update ahmedabad_guy 

.........all the best.....

...

............Paddy........

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Slight numbness is still there paddy.texture of hair is slightly different then native hair i hope with time it all blends well

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7 hours ago, ahmedabad_guy said:

Slight numbness is still there paddy.texture of hair is slightly different then native hair i hope with time it all blends well

It will take time for texture to blend in, for me it took close to 12-14 months. So hang in there. Next 2 -3 months you should start seeing some good growth.


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4 hours ago, harin said:

It will take time for texture to blend in, for me it took close to 12-14 months. So hang in there. Next 2 -3 months you should start seeing some good growth.

Thank you for sharing your experience @harin .  i was hoping it will blend with native hair in 6 months time but i guess i was wrong. Lets see how next 2-3 months pans out. Will keep my thread updated

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Day 110 pics

Guys quick update on my surgery. Hair is growing as expected. Density is not great but expecting decent density till 5 months is also not right.second last pic i have taken when hair was wet. I let you guys judge my progress. 

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Thanks for sharing and updating. All those small white hairs you had have changed color to the same as the rest of your hair and have matured well. You are less than 4 months so you are now in a great position as the worst is well and truly behind you.

How is your doner region now ? Any numbness or itching? 

How does your doner hair feel on the back or sides of your head ? Would you notice that all that hair was removed ?

......thanks again.....

.........Paddy......

 

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Hey paddy,

I have colored my hair recently that is why you can see less white hairs. Donor area is absolutely fine no numbness or itching. Donor hair is also looking normal. I have attached pics of my donor area in my previous posts. 

However i still have slight numbness in recipient area. No pain though. Pics i have uploaded in my last post it was taken after 3 months and 20 days in 6 days time i will complete four months i will upload few more pics again.

 

 

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