6 month after FUE transplantation, and the result is very poor. What can I do? (Photo)
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6 Month Growth
At 6 months its not unheard of to have no growth, so don't panic yet. For some people it takes up to 9 months to start seeing any progress, so if by then you aren't seeing anything change then talk to your doctor about what may have gone wrong with your transplant, or if they think it could take even longer.
It can take 6 to 12 months after surgery to see results. If you are concerned it is best to contact your doctor
6 months after hair transplant
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When does my hair transplant fully mature?
At the 6 month mark, you should see at least 60% of the growth. It is impossible to determine if your result is poor because we do not know how many grafts were placed and how densely they were placed. I would have to see the graft placement immediately after surgery to determine if you should see additional growth as time passes. However, it is not uncommon to see additional improvement out to the first year following hair transplantation.
Six months after hair transplant
Poor result 6 months after an FUE
Bernardino A. Arocha, MD
6 months after a hair surgery
Transplanted hairs start to visibly regrow between months 4-6. At month 6-9, a patient may expect to see growth for 80% of the transplants. Again, 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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