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    Lightbulb Dr. Sikos | Norwood VI class baldness| FUE 2531 | Hungary

    One of Dr Sikos french patient's extended Norwood VI class baldness has been treated by FUE hair transplant surgery with 2531 grafts 5555 hairs . As it was planned, the first surgery was performed for creating the frontal hairline and coverage the top.

    Second surgery was planned and executed 10 months later with the same graft number for the back of the head. Donor site is shown before and after first surgery, keeping the hair appearence with careful donor managment. End result will be demonstrated later.

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    Great and natural result..

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    Thanks for comment
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    looks good.

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    Hey spex,

    do you use minoxidil still everyday? I'm about to start it.

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    Hi ya,

    I still use foam version yes but not religiously. Every other day. Its still in my reg :-)

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    Hi,

    Thanks for the response, I've been on DUT for a week, I am about to begin minoxidil because I will take any regrowth starting at this point. What is the point of waiting for minoxidil? i might as well get all the growth I can get. Im nw3 now! scalp is beginning to show scalp now.

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    Best start up minoxidil slow and steady as you don't want to cause a shed. I would do once a day at night and build up top 2 applications in a few weeks. Be aware starting any new treatment can cause shedding so if you do strat minoxidil no and start shedding .... is it the DUT or the minoxidil ? ? Regardless ride out any shed as shedding in my opinion is a good sign treatments is working.

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    The thing about shedding is that I am always shedding, I find a lot more hair in my hands in the shower than one would without mpb. So I began DUT 1mg two months ago and I haven't noticed anything different so far. My scalp still feels pretty awful without any cessation of shedding. I am worried to mix the MIN with the DUT before I wait the recommended 6 months to see if DUT is working by itself. having said that I am losing a lot of hair everyday and I don't want to regret not beginning Minoxidil sooner.

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    Consider GroMd Shampoo - Info here on my site - Dr Yazdan claims it reducing shedding massively and the feedback I've had from uses who have just started it report NO shedding from it on commencing it.


    https://www.spexhair.com/gro-md-hair...hampoo-review/


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