I have done the FUE treatment 2 years ago and i am satisfied with results.
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Hair loss after a hair transplant
Hair loss is a life long process. It happens in stages. You often have a sudden thinning like falling off a cliff. That's normal. The small hairs probably represent progressive miniaturization and you will need to consider more grafting to keep up with the loss. Just remember that no one has enough hair to get full coverage in the front and crown. Body hair can help to level the playing field, but body hair does not work in all individuals and when it does, the appearance is often unsettling to individuals.
Without seeing where the hairs are falling from or seeing pictures, the most likely culprit is just continued hair loss of your natural hairline. Consult a hair specialist though just to be sure and/or plan your next transplant if the thinning has become bad enough.
If you are satisfied with your results, then that is a great thing. If you are now concerned about more hair loss go back to se
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Great question. The best way to figure out exactly what is going on is to be seen by a hair care expert. They may need to look at your scalp under magnification and, while unlikely, even take a biopsy if there is any sign of unusual hair loss or scalp changes. There are certainly many reasons why this could be going on, even further progression of the already standing male pattern hair loss which you had before. Best of luck.