Looking good so far
Possibly, it is definitely thinner than before, maybe the pics don’t show it so well.Looks like it's coming along nicely - must be good to see the progress!
Your donor dosent look that noticeable on the pic - might be that you notice it more as your are active looking for it?
Hi, just reading this thread here and wondered if you have any updates on how those meds are working out? I know finasteride meant to be good, and I have read that biotin is good for hair but can't find any real personal stories on it. Can I ask if you think it's made a difference?Thanks.
It’s so hard not to worry at this stage but am trusting the process.
My donor area is a little sore on occasion but other than that no pain or discomfort really.
Aftercare as in meds?
Fin, biotin and multivitamin.
I have Minoxidil too but not sure when I should start to use that- will take advice from the Dr on that I think.
Whole day was around 12 hours.Hi, interesting to read your story thanks for sharing. Leeds is a bit far for me but happy to go the distance if its worth it. You say each part took a few hours, how long was the day in total? How long did it take Dr A to punch the grafts?
Just ordered both the volume moose and thickening paste as per your recommendation! What's your routine?Looks just like mine did at 6 months hang on in there fella.
Like Alex said don’t use gel. I use VO5 volume boost moose and then VO5 thickening paste. These are quite light products and don’t weigh your hair down or give it that wet look which will always make it look thinner.