Hair fall 2 months post op FUE (Photo)

Its been 2 months I had FUE hairtransplant 2500 grafts.... 1- when i wash hair...it falls (10-15 hair)... 2- whenever i will touch my hair even very slightly it falls (2-3 hair) 3- even m not using any oil but from morning till evening mai hair are full of oil... Plz review and give your valuable comments... Thanks

Doctor Answers 4

Hair loss after surgery

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This is the result of shock loss, the accelerations of your normal loss pattern due to the surgery. See video below


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Shedding

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If its transplanted hair this is normal, generally they would all be shed within the first month or two following a transplant surgery. If its natural hair falling out, it is likely a result of shock loss, and the hairs should grow back within the next several months.

Sean Behnam, MD
Santa Monica Hair Restoration Surgeon
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Shedding after surgery

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It is common to see the transplanted hair fall down after the surgery in 1-1.5 month timing but what you mentioned is the native hair which might be the sign of shock-loss.It is better to check with your doctor for the actual situation

It is normal to lose transplanted hairs weeks after surgery. It may take 6 to 12 months to see new hairs grow out.

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It is normal to lose transplanted hairs weeks after surgery.  It may take 6 to 12 months to see new hairs grow out.

Jae Pak, MD
Los Angeles Hair Restoration Surgeon
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