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Picture taken on 11-12-18 exactly 9 months post op.
I'm thinking of going to two months now between updates, up to 1 1/2 years. I'm sure my hair has some to go, just that any observable changes are slowing. When it's wet, on top shows a little more thinness than I'd like. Fortunately when it dries, you can't tell at all. The crown is a little thin, but that doesn't seem to bother me.
I don't know if it's the adjusting of some meds I was on, the DHT blocking shampoo I'm using, but I'm noticing almost no hairs falling out. Nothing in the comb, just a few in the shower every couple weeks or so. I guess if I've made it this far in my life, chances are there won't be too much more hair loss. I hope.
I enjoy seeing everyone's updates. Quite a few though, seem to stop posting altogether way before their year and a half.
Come on you guys...keep posting your updated pictures.
I think month 4-7 are when things seems to really start happening when I see other people's posts. Considering the thin hairs, I would say you are doing good and even a little better than average for where you are time wise. Looks like they did good work and you will have a quality result that looks natural.