It has almost passed 6 months for my FUE hair transplant. Is this normal? (Photo)
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6 Month Growth
6 months is too early to be very concerned about your results. In general wait until month 10 or so before worrying, because full growth is typically not achieved until around month 12. At 6 months you still have a lot of progress left to make. However even with a lot of grafts achieving density that is the exact same as your natural hair just isn't a realistic goal.
Wait it out
It generally takes 6 to 12 months to see results after a hair transplant surgery. If you are concerned it is best to contact yo
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It has almost passed 6 months for my FUE hair transplant. Is this normal?
Keep calm and let it grow
I can tell you and we all agree that the hardest part of a hair transplant comes after the procedure is done. We constantly look at the mirror trying to find the results or changes and it sometimes affect us deeply.
I can tell you that your hair results are at aprox. just 50%. Just give it some more time and patience will reward you with the great results you are expecting.
I wish you the best of lucks!
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