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Shock hair loss?

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Mbrown29

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Hi, I recently had a hair transplant
30 days ago in turkey for 4600 grafts, I have concerns about the donor areas on each side of my head.
The clinic said that it is just shock and will grow back but I am still concerned.

can anybody help?


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Bandit

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No expert by any means but i would hazard a guess they are right with it being such a large area of loss. From what i can gather it does come back in most cases.
 
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PaddyIrishman1

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Hello @Mbrown29 .
Sorry to see your shockloss. As hard as it is patience is needed for it to grow back, which it will, as its temporary.
Keep talking to your clinic, consider buzzing the rest of your hair in your doner.
Paddy
 
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Todd

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Did they take the grafts from high up on the side of your head or has your shock loss area increased beyond the Fue donor site? I agree with the others, buzz your hair to help disguise it. Did the clinic say how long it will take for your hair to grow back?
 
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sl

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Shock loss can extend past the donor site as it is due to injections administered, (Epinephrine, Lidocaine) and the resultant blood constriction there is to the area. You may have had a very long day and a lot of injections! If I were you I would start to apply Minoxidil to encourage a speedily regrowth and of course, seek the medical attention from the clinic whom you trusted for the work as they should be well able to advise you. It should grow back of itself but adding Minoxidil should help also among other things.

All the best.
 
Pete from Farjo

Pete from Farjo

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I can see why you're concerned as it doesn't look good currently, but it's likely to only be temporary and I'd expect it to recover well over the coming months. Agree with the comments suggesting you buzz your remaining hair to make things less noticeable for now. All the best with it.