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My Hair transplant surgery FUT post-op (from day1 to 3 month

My Hair transplant surgery FUT post-op (from day1 to 3 month

Postby John-Anderson » Sun May 25, 2014 6:00 am

I remember when I started to loose my hair at my early 26 and how self-conscious it made me and stressful as well...now I am 34 and I have decided to make a FUT hair transplant surgery.
The surgery itself was not painful at all, but I had many doubts if I was taking the right choice or not...cost very high 7000$ just for the front area (I will share with you my pictures and a link to my video after 3 months surgery).

When I started to take pictures after my hair transplant surgery FUT, it was just for myself to see the progression and how successful or disappointing the results are going to be. I don't know yet for now, but I hope it'll be up to my expectations. This surgery cost me 7000$.

Yeah! a lot of money but I wanted to do it since so many years. So I made it after a lot of reflection but I am glad I've done it today regardless the results rather than to live the rest of my life regretting of not having done it earlier.

The day one right after the surgery I had to sleep in the sofa with a slope of 45% and a special U pillow around the neck so my stitched donor area won't be in friction. It was not easy, because I had to sleep sitting that way for the next 7 to 10 days... I had some blood leak because the sides stitches got open a bit, but thankfully I went to see the doctor the day after and he fixed it. I can tell you, It was really depressing feeling, seeing your face that way, and wondering if it's going to be worst or better.

I had many questions in my entourage and friends who wanted to see the progression in video so I made one (from day1 to 3 months) to show to whom want to do the move but are hesitating, hopefully this would be useful for you or them.

Don't forget guys, the most important thing / person in life is yourself! so take care of yourself first, create your own happiness and live your dreams :)

Link to my post-surgery video before and 3 months after:

VIDEO : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4i_smaHztHo
John-Anderson
 
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