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Vax29

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Hi,
I had an HT of over 2000 grafts a month and two weeks ago. Below you can find pictures.
 

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Tex

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2000 grafts is a reasonable number, although you have a large area covered. The density may be lacking or the illusion of density may work wonders for you.
 
Pete from Farjo

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All looks ok. Looks like decent density for the hairline and you seem to be healing well. Hope you continue to update us.
 
baldasabadger10

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Bet you will look totally different when your growth starts. Who did your transplant please?
 
Pete from Farjo

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How's the redness? I saw on another forum that you were concerned about it.
 
baldasabadger10

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It was done in Poland by dr Saifi
Just had a quick look at their website. I didn't realize it was the clinic that operated on the man from X Factor. Glad the redness has gone down somewhat, was there a reason why you went so red?
 
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Just had a quick look at their website. I didn't realize it was the clinic that operated on the man from X Factor. Glad the redness has gone down somewhat, was there a reason why you went so red?
Well, there is no exact reason of having redness, seems its typical issue after a HT, depends on type of skin how long it is visible I guess.
 
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Redness can linger in some for quite a long time. It will subside.
 
baldasabadger10

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Is there any product the doctors advise to use after a transplant that can help with redness?
 
JoeTillman

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Get some sun on your head, with doctor/clinic permission of course, but also try applying pure vitamin E oil to the red area nightly. It might help but overall it's a time issue.
 
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Yes, I agree that its a time thing with the redness going away. Think of a graze you may have had at some point and how long it took to heal up and fade away. It purely depends on your own physiology.