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I’ve been dreading the haircut for months.
I knew I was going to be a hair transplant donor for the rest of my life, and for good reason: it’s one of the toughest surgeries you can undergo.
But I had no idea I would end up saving my own hair.
In fact, I’d been so terrified of going through this, that I had started researching other hair transplants and had found some fantastic information on the internet.
I was also curious about how this would work.
After all, it was a fairly common procedure in the US.
Hair transplant, in this case, is essentially an elective procedure where a patient’s own hair is grown back from the head to the shoulders.
If it’s the right type of hair, you can get your own hair to grow back, too.
In the case of hair transplant, it’s typically done by cutting the patient’s hair off in the middle of the scalp, often in a manner that’s meant to make the donor’s scalp appear longer.
I’d heard that the procedure could be done using a robotic hair transplant machine, and it was definitely possible.
But as a hair transplanted donor, it felt a little like I was just taking the hair from someone else.
I wasn’t prepared for the pain and suffering involved, and was concerned that I would lose some of my hair.
“I’ve been trying to think of ways to save it all,” I told myself.
But when I looked at my own scalp, I knew that I wouldn’t be able to.
The transplant has a reputation for having severe side effects, including permanent hair loss.
And even after a year, my scalp still had lost a lot of it.
The hair on my scalp was very hard to see in photographs.
I kept asking myself: What happened to my scalp?
So, after more research, I decided to give it a try.
So, what did I do?
What did I find out?
I ended up giving my scalp to a man named Paul.
He has a great story about getting the transplant and sharing it with me.
He also told me that he found out about my hair transplant when he got a phone call from his son asking for a haircut.
He’s a very well-groomed man who doesn’t shave, but I asked him how he’d been doing after getting the haircut.
“Just looking at your hair is so important to me,” he replied.
“You can’t look at a picture of your hair without thinking about it.”
After Paul had the transplant, his scalp turned a lot more white and the skin on his face became thicker.
“When I woke up in the morning, I felt like I’d lost my hair,” he said.
“It was a big relief.
But the next day, I noticed the skin around my eyes was a little bit more dark.
I’m not sure if that’s the hair transplant itself causing that or something else.”
I also decided to make a video of the procedure.
I wanted to show that it’s possible to save the hair, and that it can actually be done with a robotic transplant machine.
And as a result, I made a video that showed my scalp and the robotic hair graft in action.
As you can see, it took about two weeks to complete.
After I had my transplant, I took the robotic and the human scalp.
I also had to do a hair wash, which took about a week to complete, but it was worth it.
I actually felt good afterward, as I had a lot less hair on the side of my head.
So the transplant was successful.
“The robot is going to make my scalp look a little less scary,” Paul told me, “but it will definitely have a little more hair on there.”
I was happy to be able use the robotic surgery again.
And after two weeks of using it, my hair was back in place, which was awesome.
It’s hard to believe that the operation took two years, but Paul told The Next Green that it takes about two months for a hair to be completely rewired in a transplant, so he had a little extra time for that.
He said that his hair did feel more comfortable after the surgery than it did before, and the robot has been working wonders.
I can’t wait to try it out!