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hammertime do da da dooo da da doooo da dodoooooo

 

sorry couldn't resist hahahaha

 

newly implanted grafts will shed , fall out with in the first 10 - 20 days , after that you may be left with some stragglers , and some may even start to grow , we all want to be the urban myth guy that loses no grafts but sadly most of sucumb and are as bald as before .

 

That is commonly known as the ugly duckling phase , lasts about 2- 4 months before your newly implanted follicals start to pop up , followed by a few spots and pimples , give youself atleast 12 months before any major cosmetic improvement .

 

These new grafts will be taken from an area of the scalp with arn't genetically designed to be effected by DHT , this is the enzime by-product of testosterone with is produced as you prostate gland in your ass grows after pubity .

 

fortinatlly the use of DHT blockers , finasteride inhibates the damage and you retain any hair you still have when you start taking the hair meds .

 

so the new folicals produce hair that shouldn't ever fall out anf can be grow forever yippee !

 

thats a brief over view bud , hope it helps

 

richie

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Grafts shed by approx 2 weeks post op and come back in approx 4 months post op very slowly. It takes 12+ months for all growth to come through and then you can expect another 6+ months of maturing :)

 

Slow process <_<

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Cheers for the heads up boys. So this glad your on about richie this is where dht comes from? Do we need it is their no way of totaly stopping dht instead of just supressing it with meds?

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