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londonakis28

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There is definitely a difference between the initial situation and the pictures in 7th month and I am sure there will be some growth left as the crown, most of the times, needs more time in order for the growth to be concluded. However, you should take into account that if your baldness is not stabilised then you might also loose some of the surrounding crown hairs.
 
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Hello London. Yeah there is definitely a difference but right now it's gone from a bald patch to a tbinning bald patch. I understand that I should have more growth in just not convinced it's going to be what I hoped for. In terms of continued hair loss I hope it has stabilised. I've been taking Finasteride for over 17 years and in that time I've had very little change in my hair.
 
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Hi Friend

Your gotta give the crown more time at least till over the 15 month mark as the hair matures etc , I was the same as you trust me your pictures are perfect and clear and their is a change just keep positive you have come a long way

Cheers
Daz
 
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#48
Definitely give it more time. Crowns do eat up a lot of grafts and look thinner because the surrounding hair is denser. I think you will be fine after the 12 months. Keep in touch with the clinic too so they can see your progress.
All the best.
Bm.
 
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The Last Modernist

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#51
Thanks for detailing your experience. Did you catch the name of your doctor?
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Dazzster26

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Hi Friend

Well I just looked back at the beginning of your journey and the last pictures you posted and in my honest opinion I think you have a good result considering the amount of grafts you placed in your crown so dont be discouraged be positive , and also you have stabilised the hair loss so your a winner mate ¬b`
 
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#56
I think the result is very good. Crowns are notoriously hard to do, they eat up lots of grafts. I`ve had a lot of work in my crown so I know what it`s like.
If you need to know the doctor's name, just send them an email, I`m sure they will send you all info.
All the best.
Bm.
 
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#58
Hello Reddude. I`m strongly considering DHI to fill in my thinning crown. The unshaven method is what I`ll most likely use to save on any downtime. Has your crown improved further since your last update?