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Subject: How long does it take for transplanted hair to grow?
 
Question: Dr. I just had a transplant 3 months ago exactly. A month after the transplant the new hair fell out. The doctor told me I have 2-4 months until it starts growing says my doctor but according to other testimonals others have been longer. a year or so. What is the truth about the new hair growth time? Or does it vary with everyone. Also I have lots of new baby blond hairs where the new hair should be growing but the doctor said that isn't the new transplanted hair and that the new hair should be firmer and stiffer.
 
Answer: Hair re-growth is very variable. It begins to grow at 2-4 months but can take 8-12 months or longer for full growth to occur. It is common for new hair to grow in as fine light hair. It will regain its normal appearance over the coarse of a year.
 
Answered by: Dr. Robert Bernstein
 
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