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My opinion as I probably stated before, give it the complete 18-months time to grow and mature fully before you do any touch-up with any Dr/clinic....the additional 10-months of more improvement could pleasantly surprise you.
Im not a fan of minoxidil, I like things to heal and grow more organically, I wouldn’t start using it if I were you because you could get the minoxidil shed and that will give you even more worry and anxiety.
Im a big fan of taking Biotin and MSM supplements tho....as well as a good strong protein diet.
Edit: Additionally regarding the minoxidil, by not using it, it is useful then for when you go to a consultation with a doctor for they to see your full 18-month result with out any growth assistance from minoxidil so that they could gage just how much of a touch-up you will need.....then, after any touch-up you decide to do... going on minoxidil would be reasonable to me.
There are a few reasons why individuals shouldn't have a hair transplant, some issues can be corrected through education. However, some issues need time and medical therapy.
I encourage everyone to take a few short minutes out of their day to read the article. Also, share with others considering surgery.
When Should You Not Have A Hair Transplant?
Nice article Bill. I cringe at some of the misconceptions and inaccuracies whenever the media report a story on the latest celeb to have a transplant.
The myth that always annoys me is when a less than reputable clinic describes their transplants as a 'totally scarless procedure'.