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 Posted: Mon Oct 8th, 2018 12:15 pm
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Hi C_3D, I am sure you will be fine. Its just tough those first 2 or 3 months waiting for things to happen and actually looking like you’ve taken a step backwards but from 3 months on (in my experience) things started to kick in and i’m sure all will be well.

I’ve been reading your thread and look forward to seeing your progress as well.

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Thanks for sharing grooster... Looks like amazing work.

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kelmf01 wrote: Thanks for sharing grooster... Looks like amazing work.

Many thanks, really appreciate the feedback. I’m really happy with it.

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 Posted: Fri Oct 12th, 2018 10:51 am
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Thanks for sharing your journey dude. It's so heartwarming to read threads like this were people's appearances are changed due to HT work. So so happy for you it looks great and I'm sure the next round will finish things off nicely for you buddy.
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Your hairline is looking good. Do you have a scalp condition as I can see some red areas?
Thanks for documenting your story and the regular updates.



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bullitnut wrote: Thanks for sharing your journey dude. It's so heartwarming to read threads like this were people's appearances are changed due to HT work. So so happy for you it looks great and I'm sure the next round will finish things off nicely for you buddy.
Take care BN

No problem BN, it’s great to be able to share my experience with people that are interested. I spent many an hour before taking the plunge, looking at lots of stories on this website and it’s just nice to be in the position I’m in now to be able to say it is SO worth it. 

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Very nice documentation.

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Hi, 
For anybody that’s interested here are my 9 months photos. The hair palace have been in touch this week asking for update photos that they can use with my consent and they sent three of the many original photos that they took at the surgery (which I never even thought to ask for) so that I could replicate them. So here are the comparison photos from the day of surgery and the new photos taken today. 
I’ve decided to take the disguise off, who am I kidding. Anybody that knows me would recognise the photos of me with a black bar across my eyes anyway, so here goes....
Ps. Don’t worry I’ve not turned orange in the last 9 months, I’ve just had a week in the sun...

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And another from the rear

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Great transformation. It`s made a huge difference to your appearance, you look younger and healthier. The tan suits you too. 
Anyone who knew you before the hair transplant will know you`ve had something done, so coming out is not a bad thing.
Thanks for the update.
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Cheers Bm, thanks for feedback.
Can’t believe it myself really. It only brings it back to to you when you see a comparison of before and after because the change happens slowly over months you don’t really notice. Thanks

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That is true, it’s easy to forget what you looked like before.



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This was a great read. Awesome write up and thanks for sharing. You must be over the moon with your results.

I am feeling encouraged to share my journey too, I had my procedure done 2.5 months ago.

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GiveHairBack wrote: This was a great read. Awesome write up and thanks for sharing. You must be over the moon with your results.

I am feeling encouraged to share my journey too, I had my procedure done 2.5 months ago.

I’m sure all will be fine. Your not far off the exciting phase with your HT. From about 3 months onwards things should really start to pick up and you’ll be seeing new growth.Good luck with the journey.

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Have you any plans for the crown?
The new hair has knocked 10 years of you.

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baldasabadger10 wrote: Have you any plans for the crown?
The new hair has knocked 10 years of you.

Yes, as soon as time and money line up again next year, I’ll be making my way back to Budapest again. I do need the crown doing and I’d like a little more thickening up in the mid to front if possible, but I’m more than happy so far. Thanks

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Great read Grooster and a great result for you.

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Great transformation congratulations¬b`

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Dazzster26 wrote: Great transformation congratulations¬b`Cheers Dazzster, means a lot coming from you pal.  Your thread was the original story I read a year or so ago that gave me an insight into this world and also hope it could happen to me.
Thanks

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Super happy for you...just re read thus whole thread and te transformation you've achieved is amazing.
Keep us all posted please when you decide to address the crown....Although there's no real rush imo as a touch of fibres would cover that very easily if you desired.
Thanks for the update and thanks to sharing your progress....it means a lot.



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