6.5 months isn't the type to start worrying, it likely just means your growth cycle is a bit later than most. If you hit months 8-9 and still aren't seeing anything, that's when you should starting feeling concerned and you and your doctor should have a conversation about what is happening.
It's been 6.5 months since my FUE transplant and no results. Is that normal?
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