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Topic Title: FUE - Growth before the shed
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Created On: 12/07/2016 03:38 PM
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 12/07/2016 03:38 PM
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Wdwhufc
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Guys

Ok so i've had my FUE transplant

Was just wondering. My new hair that grows before the usual shed/shockloss,is this then actually what it'll look like when it starts to grow, after the shed, in 9-12 months time?

I'm just trying to get an idea

Am i effectively seeing the actual full and end result for a short while, before it sheds? or does some of the transplanted hair actually not grow/nothing happens?

Am i making sense?

Cheers

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Negative outcome with Total Cover Plus in 2013.
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 12/08/2016 01:41 AM
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topcat
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this then actually what it'll look like when it starts to grow, after the shed


Yes it should give you an idea of what it will look like as you can judge the angles and general placement along with the hairs themselves. It all has to match up and have a flow to it that matches the surrounding area.

And yes you are kind of getting an idea of what it might look like 1 year from now at that very short length. So it it all looks good now including the skin itself it sounds positive.

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 08/20/2017 12:50 PM
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hairhope4ever
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I second what topcat says. This should definitely give you an idea of how the final result will look if the retention and yield rate is high.

Good luck.

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