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2 Month FUT Possible Shock Loss?

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I had a FUT procedure performed two months ago and have had a lot of hair loss below the donor site. Does this look like shock loss, should I be concerned and will it grow back?

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Certainly appears to be shock loss, should subside and grow back in the coming months.


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Thanks for the reply. I was hoping I wouldn't have to keep using hair fibers everyday for the rest of my life!

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I agree...and the shocked follicles rest for 3-4 months and subsequently will thicken up once again.

 

Possibly you can share some pics as your procedure grows in?...congrats on your recent procedure...;)


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Hi, gillenator.

 

I will update as soon as I see any progress. I've been stuck like this for two months so hopefully not too much longer!

 

Thanks for the reply!

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