Big BlueAge: 49 | Bald Class: Email Me I arrive for my hair transplant at 7:00 a.m. After marking the lines, getting pictures and general preparation Dr. Parsley started removing the donor strip of hair. By 9:00a.m. I was sutured up, bandaged and having my grafts prepared. Dr. Parsley made all the sights while he and another Nurse place the grafts as they were becoming available. We broke for lunch at 12:00 and within 1/2 hour we were back at it. Everything was completed by 4:00p.m. and I left the office by 4:20. I selected 3 movies to watch but actually I brought my IPOD and listen to that most of the time.
My Hair Loss StoryMy hair loss started when I was in college. I guess the stress got to me. When I was 28 I just shaved it down to 1/4" and have lived that way ever since. I found this forum over a year ago and have probably read/viewed everyones progress. From time-to-time I would e-mail people and everyone responded with positive comments about their hair transplant experience.
How has my hair loss affected me?
I don't think I am as confident as I once was. Luckily I am married so I don't have that added pressure.
What hair loss treatments have worked best for me?
Am I happy with my hair transplant experience and the results?
The hair transplant experience was no worse than going to the dentist. It was a long day but felt no pain.
What hair loss treatments would I recommend?
How has hair restoration surgery changed my life?
I will advise once I start seeing results.
My general advice and suggestions.
Research and e-mail as many people as you can to gain knowledge.