I think all you can try to do it ride it out and try not stress over it. I KNOW that's difficult but your high anxiety levels will only be feeding the fire so to speak. Keep hair short, wear a hat when needed and try not to scrutinise it. Reason being it is what it is at this stage. You need try park it to best of your ability in order to get the stress levels down assosiated with it ( vicious circle ) and then in a few months arrange to see Dr Alexander again for him to access in person.
Try get all other medication you are taking down to a minimum to get a stable control for the situ rather than a cocktail so to speak as this will only be counterproductive. In situations like these and seen them over the years from a range of patients is you need ride it out and give yourself the best environment to create a control of what the situ is. Get on a healthy regime and get yourself on Biotin and MSM too to promote healthy hair.
Try not apply too many 'products' and try your best to not fixate on it. I know its tough but based on experience this is the best advice I can offer and aim to speak with Dr Alexander in a few months so he can do his best to help guide you.
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I really hope that I'm a slow grower, but it is hard to believe that after I saw some cases here and in other forums. To be honest ... I had a implanted density of 50 grafts and now I'm seeing at much spots (especially temple area) <15-20 grafts. To reach the basic goal I must have a growth explosion in the coming months.
Of course I will give it the the full 12 months and I try to be positive even when it is really hard.