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2500 grafts with ahd clinic, Dr. Hakan Doganay

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thedreamisover

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The donor looks very good. Still quite a bit of redness in the hairline area. Do you apply anything to it?
Did you begin using Minoxidil again?
I think it looks more red because of the flash, its barely visable if you dont look at it straight.
No i didnt, if i am i think buy foam instead.
 
Bigmac

Bigmac

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Ok, that's good it`s only the flash making the redness look that way.
Good luck with the foam, it is easier to apply and dries much quicker.
 
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thedreamisover

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Wow, the donor looks nice, seems like you have a reserve for a few more HT
ye but i was hoping that 2500 grafts would be good enough and i also paid premium price (for Turkey) with the hope of not needed a second one, otherwise i could have gone to a clinic with 1/4 of the price.
 
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thedreamisover

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3 month mark, things are starting to happen. I did get a haircut on my sides, is this the end product on the donor area because on some parts it looks a bit over harvested.

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Kevboy

Kevboy

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From the results I see it looks like you have some shock loss that can take nearly 6 months to return to normal. It doesn't look that bad though and I think the brightness makes it look worse than it is. Does it itch at all where your new hairs are growing through?
 
Bigmac

Bigmac

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Good to hear the growth is beginning at 3 months. You seem to have a little lingering redness on the hairline, this can last a while. When new growth begins you may get some pimples caused by ingrown hairs, again this is quite normal.
Your donor area looks good for 2500 extractions. As Kevboy says, you probably have some shock loss that needs to recover and harsh lighting will always make your hair look thinner.
I don`t think anyone would give your donor area a second look.
Thanks for the update.
Bm.
 
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thedreamisover

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From the results I see it looks like you have some shock loss that can take nearly 6 months to return to normal. It doesn't look that bad though and I think the brightness makes it look worse than it is. Does it itch at all where your new hairs are growing through?
nah no itch at all. ive had a couple of pimples like big mac said.
 
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Dazzster26

Valued member
Looking great and everything will start to get even better as well , Donor looks fine looking forward to seeing your updates all the best bud
 
Bigmac

Bigmac

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It`s looking good at 4 months. The hairline shape is there, the donor looks good, it looks natural. You must be happy with how it`s progressing.
 
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Dazzster26

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Looking good my friend everything is taking shape now just enjoy the process looking forward to your updates
 
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