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  1. Bill - Managing Publisher
    March 24, 2014 @ 11:44 am

    ssinghania,

    Thank you for sharing your experience. Please understand that the only proven non-surgical solutions to treat hair loss are Propecia (finasteride) and Rogaine (minoxidil). Laser therapy is also cleared by the FDA and may also help to treat hair loss. Other non-surgical solutions may help reduce hair fall in some men and women but are less viable.

    Unfortunately, non-surgical solutions don’t work for everyone and only surgical hair restoration can grow hair in completely bald areas. In fact, it’s the only real proven solution to regrow naturally growing hair.

    Although I understand you are frustrated, I wouldn’t consider a lack of success with a non-surgical solution to be Dr. Madhu’s fault. There are many treatments out there, some of which are more effective than others and none of them work for everyone. If you are concerned about your hair loss, I recommend discussing other options with Dr. Madhu, as I trust he will do everything he can to help you meet your goals.

    Best wishes

    Bill – Managing Publisher of this Community

  2. ssinghania
    March 24, 2014 @ 2:03 am

    Hi friends I have visited Dr Madhu Pathuri 6-7 months ago for hair loss treatment, he suggested to take trichoton medicin and tugan solution, I had taken it continuasly for 2 months but noticed more hair fall. on visiting the doc agn they told me that first two months it will be like this and then u will c good growth and all.

    But nothing happened infact now the crown area of ma head has minimal hairs. I think the doctor has only one solution for all hair fall problems, as i have visited the doc again with one of ma frnd and he told same thing to ma frnd and gave same medicines.

    I would not recommend this doc for consultation but I donno abt this transplantation.

  3. Bill - Managing Publisher
    January 19, 2012 @ 12:44 pm

    Chandu,

    I’m a little confused by your post. If you only just had your hair transplant with Dr. Madhu one month ago, why are you claiming you’ve had a poor outcome? You do realize it takes a full year for your hair transplant to grow in right? If you were expecting your new hair to grow and fully mature within a month, I can only imagine why Dr. Madhu would be confused by your statements that the outcome was poor. Or did you mean to say you had your procedure in 2010?

    I’m sorry you don’t feel satisfied with your hair transplant or your dealings with Dr. Madhu. This has not been my experience nor the experience of dozens of his patients who wait the full year to see their results. I encourage you to contact me privately via email at help@hairtransplantnetwork.com to share your detailed experience, surgical details (number of grafts, where they were placed, etc.) and send me some photos before and after surgery. If you did undergo hair transplant surgery in 2010 (rather than 2011) and I feel the results you received are not up to par, I’d be happy to speak with him on your behalf.

    But please clarify when you had surgery, because based on the above date, your concerns don’t make any sense.

    Bill – Managing Publisher of this Community

  4. chandu
    January 19, 2012 @ 8:15 am

    Hi
    I had my second phase of transplantation with Dr Madhu in Dec-2011. He looked very down to earth and qualified during my consultation.
    But the outcome was not upto the mark.
    When I visited him to ask for reason for poor outcome, he was not the same good person. He started giving all bul**** reasons and was harsh.
    I repented for not going to the doctor I had my first treatment with.
    The main drawback of Dr. Madhu was. The percentage of hair grown after treatment was very less. Even after 1year I see some hair follicles not growing.

    So I dont rate Dr.Madhu as good, though he appears to.
    This is my personal feeling

    chandu

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