What can I expect after 7 months? (Photos)
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Growth at 7 Months
You still have a few months to go before you're at your hair's full growth potential. So as of now you don't need to feel worried about the progress you're making since everybody is different. If in 3 or so more months you are unhappy with how it looks, that is the time to seek out a doctor to talk about what you are unhappy with and they can offer some potential fixes for you.
7 months post hair transplant
At 7 months you should see much of the growth and in the next few months fully 90% of it should have styling length to it
It can take 6 to 12 months after surgery to see results. If you are concerned it is best to contact your doctor
It can take 6 to 12 months after surgery to see results. If you are concerned it is best to contact your doctor.
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7 months post op
At this point in time you should have around 75% of the expected growth of your transplant. The first hair that grows in is finer in quality and will thicken over time. Depending on the number of grafts transplanted into the area will determine how much coverage you will have and how much scalp you will still see. Wait until at least 12 months and then follow up with the surgeon who did your transplant.
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