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Rediscovering My Roots: A Hair Transplant Journey in Korea

Weeks 19 and 20 went smoothly overall and I got some great pics to share. Any noticeable differences in my head condition from week to week seem to be tapering off lately. Simply put, I didn’t really see any (visible) changes over the last 2 weeks. My hairline looks the same from the front and still needs some work on the crown. I’m not sure how much more growth I’ll get from the medication—hopefully a bit more—but either way I have to keep taking it to maintain what I have. I still have a slight pink hue on my transplanted areas, something that shows up much more right after getting a haircut (as you’ll see again in the pics). In short, neither huge advances nor horrible setbacks over the last couple weeks. I just keep moving along, playing with my children, and enjoying my vacation…minus the cold weather!


Week 19
 
A great New Year's pic with my son, who only turned 2 a few months ago, but is now FOUR in Korea!
 

 
Three pics with my son hanging out at church. This was his 122nd Sunday alive, like anyone's counting...
 

Such a crisp, clear shot of my person (and my broken zipper) - it almost looks like I'm standing in front of a green screen...or am I???
 

Another cafe selfie; just hanging out waiting to go to my Forhair 3-4 month follow-up appointment.
A got the usual treatment: a hair steam, tonic, shampoo, and a hands-on check up from a doctor.
He said everything looked great and I may see the final results by the 8th or 9th month.
I know this isn't normal, but I'm hoping that due to my hard work and careful watch of my follicles, I'll be a special case!
 

A couple more pictures reading one of my son's favorite books together.
He's talking more and more and adding his own "narration" to the stories - so cute.
 
 
Out for meat and drinks with a friend. I love my family and spending time with them, but the occasional outing helps to recharge, relax (in a kid-free way), and balance my life.
 
 
Week 20
 


 
Pic 1: Yet another elevator pic. My bulbous head is glowing, but my kids always look so cute on the lift.
Pic 2-3: Over at grandma's house to celebrate her birthday.
 
 
My hair was getting pretty long here (head and face), so almost time to cut it.
 



Four awesome pics from spending all day with the kids. We played, we ate, we laughed, we pretended, we lived! I threw in a bonus shot of my son - I couldn't help it.
 

 
Pic 1: Me hugging my son and the warm light hugging us both.
Pic 2: My daughter came with me and got her bangs cut as well, so here we are showing off our new cuts.
Pic 3-4: The haircut is back and I'm happy. The little flaws that I see every day are definitely less noticeable. You can see the pinker areas right after the cut. This usually lessens with a day or two.













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