I have had my fue hair transplant surgery 4 months ago and during this period I experienced significant shock loss?
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There's still time for the hair to start growing back in the next month or so. But if that hair was going to permanently fall out due to your natural balding pattern anyway, it's possible that some of the hairs may not grow back. It's hard to say without knowing how long ago they fell out, what areas fell out, and how much fell out. You can always ask your doctor for a more personalized estimate on what to expect, since they know the details of your case.
Shock loss or ?
We recommend that patients continue/start finasteride before having a hair transplant and continue it for the next 6 months to minimize the shock loss. At this point, 4 months after FUE the native hairs that were lost due to shock loss may or may not return. It depends on if those lost hairs were at the end of their life cycle and destined to be lost anyway.
Shock hair loss is generally considered permanent if it happens in the recipient area. They are the hairs that
Shock hair loss is generally considered permanent if it happens in the recipient area. They are the hairs that would have fallen out over time due to your genetic hair loss pattern.
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