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  1. Happy growing! Thank you for sharing your experience. Any photos of you before this ?.
  2. Well every hair is an individual organ basically. So every hair will grow different. I am at 4.5 months now. And have one side growing faster then the other side. From reading many doctors and dermatologist articles they explain that synchrony can take 18 to 24 months before all your hairs are back to normal. But seem that most people see synchrony at 12 to 16 months.
  3. Thank you for photos!! You are looking good! A few more months and redness should come down... Thank you again for keeping us in the loop..
  4. I know this likely not the result you expected. Stress can also cause big hair loss, luckily those are usually temporary. How is your stress level. How are you managing it ? Before the transplant how fast were you losing it? Was it somewhat stabilize for at least a year ?
  5. I know this likely not the result you expected. Stress can also cause big hair loss, luckily those are usually temporary. How is your stress level. How are you managing it ? Before the transplant how fast were you losing it? Was it somewhat stabilize for at least a year ?
  6. thank you for your photos, do you have more photos to show us ? with better light?
  7. thank you for the reply, i will keep on waiting a bit, just a bit nervous you know. i will keep everyone posted as thing improve hopefully my post can help someone else being nervous like me.
  8. Thank you for your reply. Are you speaking from experience ? You had the same issue ? How long did it take for you to resolve?
  9. Hi everyone ! I had a fue transplant 3300 graft to the front. And from my research seem that I have a some pitting where the hair are growing. It is now 3.5 months. Has anyone had the same issue? Did it minimize a bit with time as the skin renews and goes through cycles? I didn't even think this was a thing to worry about in the 21st century. They seem to be very hard to capture in a photo and can only be well seen in certain angle with bright light.
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