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Pre surgery and 2 days post surgery.

2500 on front hairline and 500 on crown. 
 

Dr. Vories was easy to work with and explained every step pre, during, and post. Inly pain i felt was when he was initially numbing my hy head but besides that it’s easier than getting a tattoo. 
i did choose to get light sedation since ive never had any type of surgery before. I think it did help pass time a little faster.

only thing I experienced after was a light fever and chills for a couple hours after i got home.

 

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Added photos above. I’m 38 and started losing hair in my early 20s. I tried wearing a hair piece for about 1 year but was too much maintenance. 

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Looks clean, eager to see your progress. Please keep us updated 🙏🏼 Happy growing 🙂

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They gave me a couple days worth of painkillers and since i asked to be sedated i had some valium left over that I’m taking before bed to help me sleep. 
today is 3 days since surgery and it’s not too painful... the donor area is most sore. My forehead swells up but i just use some ice packs. 

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9 hours ago, Val said:

They gave me a couple days worth of painkillers and since i asked to be sedated i had some valium left over that I’m taking before bed to help me sleep. 
today is 3 days since surgery and it’s not too painful... the donor area is most sore. My forehead swells up but i just use some ice packs. 

My apologies...I should have been more specific. Finasteride or Minoxidil?

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5 hours ago, bdu981 said:

My apologies...I should have been more specific. Finasteride or Minoxidil?

No, he didn’t recommend nor have i ever taken either. 
i have wondered, for upkeep, about using the irestore helmet that keeps getting advertised. Anyone here used that before? 

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will be following. dont see many patient results from Vories.

Edit: wow I just looked up his website/prices.... has to be the most reasonable prices in the US I've seen/heard of...

FUE ranging from $4.30 - $5.00

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2 hours ago, hairlossPA said:

will be following. dont see many patient results from Vories.

Edit: wow I just looked up his website/prices.... has to be the most reasonable prices in the US I've seen/heard of...

FUE ranging from $4.30 - $5.00

Yes! I found him through this forum a few members recommended him. So far I’m very pleased with everything.

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5 hours ago, Val said:

No, he didn’t recommend nor have i ever taken either. 
i have wondered, for upkeep, about using the irestore helmet that keeps getting advertised. Anyone here used that before? 

Laser helmet is a scam. You should really be on finasteride. I'm surprised Dr Vories didn't mention it.

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