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At 2 months and have only 50% loss of new hairs!?!?

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I am at the 2 month mark and I would say only 50% of the transplanted hairs have shed. Pretty much all of this happened in the first 5 weeks and since then more or less nothing. Is this a positive sign as the transplanted hairs will stay put and continue growing, or a negative sign suggesting that my final results will be delayed as the transplanted hairs always fall out? Thanks for the help...

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Nothing to worry about they will grow normally, sometimes grafts just start growing right off the bat, most people only have a little bit if at all, but again you have nothing to worry about.


I am a consultant for Dr. True and Dr. Dorin. These opinions are my own.

 

Dr. Robert True and Dr. Robert Dorin are members of the Coalition of Independent Hair Restoration Physicians

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Thanks Dr. Glenn. Just to clarify... I was affraid that the reluctance of the new hairs to fall out, would delay the final outcome because when they do finally fall out (say after 6 months) the new hairs would take that much longer to grow through. Is it a fair assumption that because the new hairs haven't fallen out yet (after 2 months post surgery) they are there to stay? I will post pictures soon...

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I had my HT by Dr Hamayun Mehmond at Islamabad on 4 Nov 2011. 18 days post op, my transplanted hair are still in place and have not shed. Should I rub them with towel after bathing to make them fall or not? Moreover, I still have scabs on my scar and it pains when I touch the scar. Is that normal? Do i need to be worried abt it?

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I had my HT by Dr Hamayun Mehmond at Islamabad on 4 Nov 2011. 18 days post op, my transplanted hair are still in place and have not shed. Should I rub them with towel after bathing to make them fall or not? Moreover, I still have scabs on my scar and it pains when I touch the scar. Is that normal? Do i need to be worried abt it?

 

18 days is totally normal to have no shedding. You will probably see some sheddign soon. I wouldn't rub then, but definitely dont be too gentle either. For the scar, I wouldnt be too worried. That sounds normal...

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18 days is totally normal to have no shedding. You will probably see some sheddign soon. I wouldn't rub then, but definitely dont be too gentle either. For the scar, I wouldnt be too worried. That sounds normal...

 

Thks alot for your concern. Your words have been a source of great satisfaction for me.

Best Regards

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hi tauqeer, can you please update me on you transplant results, and post a picture if possible, i am thinking about going to dr humayun for a transplant next month, thanks

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