Breast reduction and hair transplant are the new normal
A Melbourne woman is hoping to take her battle with fibroid disease and her hair to the next level with a new procedure.
The woman, who is not yet officially diagnosed, said she is still battling the disease but now feels much better.
“I feel so much better, I’m still in pain,” Ms Todashev said.
“My hair is really thin.
I have to shave every two weeks or so.”
And I’ve had hair transplant, but I just want it to be my own.
“It’s not a cosmetic, it’s a treatment, and I want it done right.”
When I get a little bit older I want to do it with my partner, I want my hair to be long and shiny.
“Ms Todoshev’s treatment is a hair transplant that involves a mixture of hair follicles removed from her scalp and transplanting them into her new head.
She has undergone five hair transplants and is in a good place now, with the hair still growing.”
They look amazing, and it’s nice to have it my own,” she said.
Ms Todeshev also plans to start using her own hair to grow facial hair, as well as hair extensions and other hair products.”
The transplant is really helpful in terms of the weight loss, the skin changes, the hair changes,” she explained.”
But the most important thing is my hair.
“Ms Zavroshev, from the Melbourne suburb of Westfield, said the transplant was not only an opportunity for her to get her hair back, but also for her mother and sister to get to know each other.”
Being able to do this with my own hair is going to be very comforting to my mom,” she laughed.”
She’ll be able to talk to my mum about it.
“You can’t help but get to feel happy and relaxed.”
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