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  1. PM me and we can chat, thanks :-), would appreciate the advice
  2. I am considering a hair transplant and I have an appointment at the Selston Cosmetic Clinic in Nottingham England. This is described as a satellite clinic run by Dr. Raghu Reddy who runs the Private Clinic. The Selston clinic charge per hair though as opposed to per graft. I have two questions in relation to this. I wear my hair very short, I am probably an NW3. About 18 months ago I had the hair tattooing done to give the appearance of an NW2, obviously I have to shave my head every couple of days. Would having a transplant consisting of mostly grafts with one hair in give reasonable coverage given the fact I have had the tattooing and also taking into account that I would be happy to still have my hair reasonably short. Should I be dubious of a clinic that charges per hair as opposed to per graft? Thanks.
  3. Just had the PRP done about 2 hours ago with Dr Rogers, was fine. They took the blood from my arm and did the centri-fuge thingy, then just almost 'dripped' it on my head a little bit at a time and went over it with a roller, did all over my head, felt like constant pin pricks (bit like having a tattoo). They did the front of my head first, then the top and crown aera round the back, had a little bit left over so asked them to do the fornt again and the temples. I know interest is starting to pick up now at the clinic, so I would get in touch asap (if people need the contatc details PM me) Am gonna be putting my pictures up when Dr Rogers sends them back to me.
  4. Just had the PRP done about 2 hours ago with Dr Rogers, was fine. They took the blood from my arm and did the centri-fuge thingy, then just almost 'dripped' it on my head a little bit at a time and went over it with a roller, did all over my head, felt like constant pin pricks (bit like having a tattoo). They did the front of my head first, then the top and crown aera round the back, had a little bit left over so asked them to do the fornt again and the temples. I know interest is starting to pick up now at the clinic, so I would get in touch asap (if people need the contatc details PM me) Am gonna be putting my pictures up when Dr Rogers sends them back to me.
  5. Just as the title says, anybody noticed any significant results? If so, where on the scalp, and what has it actually done to the hair?
  6. http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/news/...r-baldness.html Is this how PRP works? Thoughts?
  7. Cool, exciting stuff. Have you spoken with or seen any patients that Dr feller has treated? Just curious to their results so far.
  8. Oh god no, I am simply going by 2 or 3 entries I saw on another forum. Whilst I am excited for the treatment I am also being realistic. Still looking at August?
  9. Fantastic, my hair is shaved at the moment but if the treatment works well I may grow it out. I take it we are still looking at an August start date? I have checked up pictures of people on one or 2 other forums and read their comments, and people are saying that it starts working and making noticeable differences after 2 to 3 weeks, surely that can't be true? People have also said it works on the crown, top of the head and even in the corners of the hairline, once again if this is true then it is only good news for us all.
  10. One quick question, whats the longest you can have your hair when going in for PRP treatment. Will I have to shave it all off, or is having it at a grade 6 or 7 be ok?
  11. That's awesome, wicked. Look forward to hopefully having this done in the next couple of months. Thanks again BTB
  12. Hey Spex, as we have been in contact via e-mail, I'm guessing that means i am on the list (behind you of course). Any idea on when it will be available? By the end of the year or is that too soon? BTB1983
  13. Hey spex, for some reason I cannot PM you, but I would defintely be interested when the treatment hops ever the pond.
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