9 months since my hair transplant surgery. Should I shave my head?
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Shaving won't affect how quickly or slowly your hair grows. All it may do is help even out areas that are uneven, but if the growth rates aren't leveled out yet it may become patchy again as it grows out.
9 months post hair transplant
AT 9 MONTHS AFTER A HAIR TRANSPLANT YOU CAH DO WHATEVER YOU WANT TO YOUR HAIR AND SCALP INCLUDING SHAVE IT
To shave or not to shave .... will that change growth?
To shave or not to shave ...….that is your question. It will make no difference whether you shave. Your growth is only at 9 months, you need to give it more time as the short hairs will become longer and can cover a larger area of your scalp over time.
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Shaving your head has no effect in helping your hair grow any faster. If you are concerned it is best to
Shaving your head has no effect in helping your hair grow any faster. If you are concerned it is best to follow up with your doctor.
Shave at 9 months
There is no need to shave your head as the hair will continue to thicken up through a normal cycle.Also,you still have several more months until the full results of your procedure are evident.Just sit tight!
To shave or not
You are free to do what ever you want with your new hairs . Due to the random cycle of hair growth, not all grafts will start growing at the same time. Initially, the hair my be thinner and finer. It will gain length and density as it matures. Full growth from the transplants is usually achieved at 12 months. All the best
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