FUE Post 2 & half months. 3500 grafts. Everything looks normal but suddenly I started hair fall again? (Photos)
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It is best to follow up with your doctor. There is no way to tell what is going on with a post on the Internet.
It is best to follow up with your doctor. There is no way to tell what is going on with a post on the Internet. You may be experiencing shock hair loss.
Growth of hair -give it more time
You seem to be right on track for what one would expect to see at 2-3 months’ time. Most but not all patients lose their hair during this time and some may even experience shock loss in which there may be thinning of their preexisting hair in the area. However, by 3 to 4 months new hair starts to regrow. At first hair is fine and thin but by months 4 to 6 hair becomes thick and course. Final results are noted by the 12th month. Individual results will vary.
FUE Post 2 & half months. 3500 grafts.
Transplanted graft’s hair starts to shedding in the first week of surgery and may go on untill 4-6 th weeks after surgery. İt is not surprising to lost approx. %70-80 of all transplanted hair shafts in first month when you are washing, gently rubbing or touching the head.New hair at transplant/recipient area starts to grow at 3-4 th month after surgery .
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Delayed shock loss
This is common in men under 30, less in men under 35 and even less for men over 40. See video below for solution
2 and half months post op hair shedding
Shedding of transplanted hairs in the first month after the operation is an almost universal characteristic of a hair transplant. This occurs because during hair transplantation a graft is temporarily stripped of its blood supply and the grafts shed their hair. Shedding of transplanted hairs are usually noticed begining 1 to 2 weeks following the procedure and continuing for up to six weeks. A very small percentage of patients do not shed and the transplanted hairs continues to grow. Please note that It dosen`t mean that something goes wrong .
New hairs start to regrow in the 3rd or 4th months after the operation , and final result will be achieved only one year later
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