5.5 Months Out from Hair Transplant Surgery and Dissatisfied with My Results
I’m 5.5 months out from hair transplant surgery and not happy with my results so far. On one side of my head, my hair seems to be growing much faster. Is my hair transplant a failure?
Honestly, what you are experiencing sounds quite normal to me. 5.5 months is way too early to evaluate your final result. Most patients only start experiencing hair growth of the transplanted hair between 3-5 months and it takes up to 1 year to mature. In addition, the average patient at 6 months is only seeing about 60% of their final result. Hair will also grow at different rates and may patients experience uneven hair regrowth.
I know you are anxious to see the final hair restoration result, but patience is extremely important.
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