Discussion in 'Hair Transplant FUE Before and After Photos' started by boomboom, Feb 20, 2018.
who you going with?
nice. have you got a link to your results somewhere from your first op?
Why again? Your result is so nice.
So it seems koray recommenda finasteride. Whats enough for him? 5-6 month before procedure? What if someone is no super responder and dit not see any improvement in that half year?
Hit the crown which was untouched, also close off the temple areas better and get the density perfect (as much as possible) in the frontal third. Just lie and say you've been on it for a year, as long as you are on it by the time you get the procedure if that's a problem.
I wasn't a good responder but i was using generic. They gave me proscar 5mg 0.25 to take for a year.
And now u respond well?
When i mean I didn't respond well I don't mean in sides btw, I haven't had any response, sides or results from taking generic.
But Koray seemed to be adamant generic only works very rarely.
I have been taking proscar for a week now, certainly had a few more tingles than normal in the body but no sides of note yet
not much redness still around. Quite surprised at that as I am fair-skinned and expected it to be around for a few months.
Struggled to sleep for the first week as the donor area was more painful than anything else. It was certainly good to get the scabs out.
The right and left frontal parts are looking significantly thinner then my frontal part, today was my first real day of shedding that I had noticed but I am hoping more will be there when the final result comes and the density is higher in the final result than I have now, maybe not?
Predicting more shedding coming up soon
When also is the best time to restart minoxidil??
That looks awesome! No redness after 2 weeks your either very lucky or Koray is a genius!
haha I'm a little worried it's a bad sign??
No its a very good sign! After I had mine I looked like id done 9 rounds with Mike Tyson after 11 days and was pink scalped for 2 months(Only got 1k grafts).
hahah fair enough good to know. Wasn't sure if it was a bad thing I as the odd one out
How much percent is redness based on doctors skill compared to „genetics“(wound healing, skincolour etc)?