I am often asked by my patients why transplanted hair doesn’t grow well in the first 3 months. Actually, it is very normal because most transplanted hair will fall out 2 weeks after surgery. Most patients panic when that time comes. But don’t worry. If you look closer, you will see only hair falls out but the follicle will remain underneath a scalp. Your new hair will start to regrow in the 3rd month after surgery by 10-30%. You will see a significant change in the 6th month which new hair grows by 50-60% and fully grow in 12 months
“A hair transplant is like planting. This kind of surgery takes time to see the maximum result. You have to learn to wait and let it slowly grow.”
Although I explain this information to all patients before they go for a surgery, but they’re still worried about their first 3 months in anyway when the time comes (ha).