Donor area hair still not growing back 8 months post FUE (Photo)
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8 months is a long time
The problem with FUE is that it causes a lot of damage to the surrounding vasculature, especially megasession FUE transplants. This is because all those little incisions add up to a big incision. The small incisions coalesce together to form a fibrotic sheet that is hostile to vascular regrowth. Add to this the fact that a large number hairs were removed from the area and you have thin patches like yours.
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