One and half months after my hair transplant I look so bald from the frontal area. I have lost almost all the grafted hair and now waiting for them to come. My biggest concern is that I don’t see tiny dots which I am expecting to see as those were grafted. I see only a couple of them and all of them doesn’t look like 3500 grafts at all.
I am also noticing that the grafts are not closely grafted and it seems to be very low density at this point of time. I know it’s too early to say but my head is full of doubt. Is this normal not seeing any density at this point in time?
Way too early to see anything except the way your scalp looked prior to the transplant. All the hair fibers have been ejected, the follicles are resting, and only a few will begin growing at about month 3 post procedure, then a few more at month 4, etc etc, until roughly only about 50-60% have started to grow at the end of month six.
We tell our hair restoration patients to wait until about 14 months to assess the overall results, as the last group of transplanted follicles that just begin to grow at post op month 12 need a couple of months to gain length and mature.
Hope this is helpful.
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