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Posted 10/19/2009 10:06:04 AM


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have you expirenced it after your surgery with dr armani, how did you recover, how long did it take, what was your expirence with it .....

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Posted 10/19/2009 1:11:14 PM
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hey COTTON,did you experience any shockloss??
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Posted 10/19/2009 4:48:50 PM


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im interested in this response too, especially when implanting in between existing hair.

When the hairline is rebuilt, is there any danger of shockloss to the forelock?
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Posted 10/19/2009 4:53:00 PM


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yes i have and i wanted to hear from other patients that have so i know what to expect with it, this is my first surgery so i'm a rookie when it comes to this

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Posted 10/19/2009 5:39:20 PM


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Its common to take a step back to take 3 or 4 forward. The first month or two you may look a little thinner while things are growing out, dont forget you had your hair buzzed down so it will make you look thinner.

Look how I looked 2 months after my procedure

And here I was 3 months out when my transplanted hair started coming in and my own exisiting hair got back to normal.



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Posted 10/19/2009 6:25:58 PM


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Dr. Armani seems to be pretty good at implanting in between existing hair without shockloss. If you do expereince any it would be temporary and would come back at 2 - 3 months. Nothing to worry about.
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Posted 10/19/2009 7:52:20 PM


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thanks guys, yeah i'm not real worried i know dr armani is one of the best in the business and that it is only temporary.  i just wanted to get some information from people who it has happened to and what to expect.  i have faith that my results are going to be great.  like eric said sometimes you have to take a step back in order to move forward

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Posted 10/27/2009 12:56:01 AM


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I experienced mild shockloss for the first 3 or 4 months after my procedure, but then everything grew back the way it was. It wasn't too big of an issue for me as I was keeping my hair cut pretty short anyways.

Sean
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Posted 11/3/2009 6:50:37 PM


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I think people get varying degrees of shockloss. I personally didnt have much of it - not that I remember.. from what I understand, it all grows back within a few months anyways.

Dan

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Posted 11/4/2009 8:20:43 PM


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I was fortunate that I did not experience any shock loss. Everything I have read about has said that it does return with time.

It's been three years since I had my HT and I still "GOT MY SWAGGER"
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