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Onwards and upwards
Well I am a few days away from the 4 month mark. Below I have posted images that show it more styled (with product) and then pushed apart to expose the hair transplanted area.
i got back on fin/propecia the week after the transplant and no side effects as of yet, so hopefully all good there.
my doctor was the great dr gabl in Oregon.
I have realized the real hard work of having a hair transplant is the wait game months after the surgery.
Still a little anxious about growth. This could be because I haven’t cut my native hair since the shaving on surgery day and my native hair being thick.
I did my research with the surgery and went with a doctor at the top of his game but I didn’t really research amount of grafts.
when I googled my graft amounts after surgery I felt nervous that this amount wouldn’t give me the density and hairline required with my level of recession.
i made it known I wanted a good, straighter hairline that I could push back or comb into a part with good density.
Again, can definitely see new growth but I have to really push the front around to conceal the transplanted thin area.
I hear month 5 can be a big turning point for many people.