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@Raymond92 I would firstly wait 12 months before you consider any further surgery. The crown area will take 18 months to get a true idea on how it has grown. You (and the surgeon above all) really want to know what you are working with if you decide to have the hairline multi grafts corrected. If you do wish to have your hairline corrected take your time and do your research from the surgeons listed on this forum. As to your results I think at this early stage it looks good. Especially in relation to the amount of anxiety it is causing you only for now. I have seen much worse frontal hairline grafts (me being the worst of them all!!!!). You will get through this, but you have to remember surgery is a game of 'patience' above everything else. At the end of the day this is all about psychology and the average persona walking past you in the street or even talking to you face to face will have no idea. They too are too concerned about their own appearance and secondly they don't know what they are looking for (unless they are a member on this forum. Lol)!

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Jeez, guy...we all looked like freaks a month out and our brains weren't working properly.  Stop with the 'what ifs' and such because you have NO IDEA what you will look like in 6-8 months.   

3 months is very early in the journey as your aware. Proper growth is usually seen after 4 months. And the crown is usually slower. For me I have seen improvements in my crown area up to 18  months af

@Raymond92  To be honest, yes there are multi-units in the hairline and it doesn’t look as natural as it could be, but it’s not a complete loss. It would be relatively easy fix, but you have to c

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@Raymond92 I would firstly wait 12 months before you consider any further surgery. The crown area will take 18 months to get a true idea on how it has grown. You (and the surgeon above all) really want to know what you are working with if you decide to have the hairline multi grafts corrected. If you do wish to have your hairline corrected take your time and do your research from the surgeons listed on this forum. As to your results I think at this early stage it looks good. Especially in relation to the amount of anxiety it is causing you only for now. I have seen much worse frontal hairline grafts (me being the worst of them all!!!!). You will get through this, but you have to remember surgery is a game of 'patience' above everything else. At the end of the day this is all about psychology and the average persona walking past you in the street or even talking to you face to face will have no idea. They too are too concerned about their own appearance and secondly they don't know what they are looking for (unless they are a member on this forum. Lol)!

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Thanks for the reply. for the time being, I like it briefly better, but it is a fact that I am worried that people will notice that my donor area has been greatly truncated. On the other hand, I’ve gone out several times without a cap, and no one has even made a comment on it, I don’t think they show up. I want to fix it in the future, after doing the proper research, of course, I’m just worried if I have enough grafts for it. And I wonder if the donor area could still improve after the eighth month

 

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Hello. I've been wearing my hair short for a while now after hair transplants as it makes me feel better. Almost two months ago I started finasteride as well. 

My question is that short like this, it looks very obvious that hair loss seems to have started in the area under the crown. I can see that there is hair there, however they are very thin. I don't know if that is baldness there or maybe still shock loss? Anyway, it has been eight months since the hair transplant. What do you think? If I go bald there too, I don't see much point in corrective surgery...

I attach two pictures, one very rough and the other 10 days after

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