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Hey guys. I've just had my first fut with Dr Ball at the maitland clinic can't remember the total grafts bit it was just short of 3500.I am 31 and have slowly been loosing my hair since about 20.I started propica 5 months ago after my consultation.The whole team at the Maitland clinic were amazing! Made the day alot easier that's for sure. And I am pretty happy with how the results are looking. The pics were taken the night I got home after the fut. I had around 1000 into the crown and then the rest in the frontal area and temples!

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Side view with the scar hidden nicely 

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And frontal area.

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Congratulations on your recent procedure. You've chosen a great doctor/clinic. I like the hairline shape and that amount of grafts will make a big difference to your appearance when grown in. Couldn't be happier for your pal.
Thanks so much for sharing. Please update us as things progress :)
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Hi Hudeani (love the name!)


Thanks so much for posting about your experience.
The recipient area looks very clean like it should.  Can tell you've been diligent about spraying with the ATP post op care spray. 


Here is your surgery total and graft breakdown: 3464 grafts

1 hair grafts  -  788
2 hair           - 1960
3's & 4's       -   718

We look forward to following your progress and we're here to support you every step of the way!



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Thanks guys. I will update more once I've got through the first couple of days.
Thank you again Janna and the rest of the team. You were all wonderful! And yes its been going on every half hour without fail! The swelling is kicking in nicely now but its nothing that I cannot deal with. But other than that the implanted areas are pain free and the donor area looks really tidy.have made myself a nest on the sofa where I am wedged upright to avoid laying on the grafts, and that's working really well so I have managed to get some much needed sleep.

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A fresh photo from just now. Looking nice and clean still. Really happy with how many grafts are in the implated areas. Is so much more than I was expecting. Especially in the crown. 

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Looks really good!  I think that you'll have a great outcome and excited to see the end result!



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Congrats on recent surgery,the post op area looks so clean,it amazes me everytime i see it, it must be the clinic n that post op spray.Your in great hands , in a few months those hairs will start to grow n the fun begins, i hope you update regularly , ill follow the progress.Best of luck.

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My body is usually a fast healer as well so that will help. But Dr Ball and his team are definitely perfectionists and spent quite some time after the grafts were placed making sure everyone was placed correctly and then really cleaned it up nicely.
I will update as much as I can! Really can't wait to hopefully have a bit of a hair style again!

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Welcome to the forum. The work looks nice and clean, this should produce a very nice result for.
Thanks for sharing your story. Looking forward to following your progress.



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Day 2
Going to give it the first light cup wash later on. My forehead is a bit swollen. Giving it lots of ice flannels and massages. The stitches are a bit itchy and sore today but nothing that bad. Not looking forward to the shedding stage as I'm starting to get used to the new hair line lol.

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On day 4 now. Yesterday I had one hell lf a balloon face. but luckily that went down pretty much fully by the end of the day. And today I am looking more normal again. only issue I am having is I can get the wording Vaseline our of the back of my hair where its been put over the scar! Any ideas on what to do?

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Your hair transplant looks very good. Your doctor must possess a lot of skill.

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Yeah he is very good. got to have a look at the stitches/scar today and it's looking pretty tidy for only day 4 post op.

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Day 6 update. Get to wash my hair tonight can't wait! And i look a bit more normal today. (need to trim the back of the hair in a few days though)

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Hi,
Well done on taking care of the recipient and donor areas.  Both are looking very well looked after.  
For the vaseline - when you start massaging the shampoo on and off, you be able to work the greasiness of the vaseline out. I know it's messy but it does help the scar to heal better.    



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After my first sort of full wash. Feel so much better already. 

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