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FredtheBelgian's FUE - 2000 grafts with Dr. De Reys - 24 Years Old NW5 from DPA - Hair Transplant Patients - Hair Transplant section - Hairloss Experiences Hair Loss Forum  Rating:  Rating
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Looks good Fred! I'm very happy for you. You planned well and the results reflect that.

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It looks like you have nice, even coverage with a hairline that frames your face.  ┬Čb`



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Looks good Fred.

I believe you stated you are going to save any available donor for the future. I think that is very good long term plan.

Thanks for the update.



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Looking good Fred.

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Thank you for your kind comments and also for the knowledge you provided before I went for it :).

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Hello Fred,

It's starting to look really good now. The hairline design the Dr gave you looks great and will look good at any age I think. With the hair maturing over the next few months it appears you are going to have a great result!

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You've clearly come a long way since your pre op pics Fred.

Looking good.



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I echo what Bigmac says.....from where you started the difference is Night and day dude;)



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Fred, You have a big improvement for the number of grafts used I am happy for you. I wouldn't get to caught up in the percentages of growth at this stage I would disagree that 8 months shows 60%.

If you don't have anymore growth I think it will have been a success already from the photos.



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Thank you guys!

I don't know about the growth time line, I just base myself on those graphs I found on hair transplant clinics websites:






Last edited on Thu Jan 22nd, 2015 03:14 pm by FredtheBelgian

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It is looking great so far and will only get better in the coming months.



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as you disagree 8 months shows 60% what do you believe 8 months should show ? 80 % etc 

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Hi, Fred.
How's month 9 looking? Please update us! I am following your story with keen interest.
Kind regards,
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I will post a new update at the 10 months mark, so on March 15th.

Last edited on Wed Feb 25th, 2015 12:31 am by FredtheBelgian

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Hello Fred,

I see your pics you are looking so nice. Your Hairline design that Doctor gave you also very cool.

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any updates fred

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jake19800 wrote: any updates fred

I would like to see one too if possible dude;)



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Yes I agree an update would be great Fred.

What I would really like to know is that since you now have actually had a procedure and gone through the process is their anything you would have changed if you could go back in time or would you have followed exactly the same plan?



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10 months (and 12 days) update

The pictures









Picture in higher resolution:

http://www.fredk.be/fue/10months-close-up.jpg

@topcat: I wouldn't change a thing to what I have done :).

Last edited on Fri Mar 27th, 2015 12:33 pm by FredtheBelgian

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Fred that's really good to hear and thank you for taking the time to update.

I think you have a very nice result for someone with very limited donor and most importantly long term you are in a position where you never have to look back and ask yourself what did I do.

I do think it looks better just a little shorter. Kind of like you have hair but you prefer to keep it shaved down. It's a good look in my opinion.



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