» » Hey MJ,
» » My transplanted hair in my hairline is also gone thanks to Avodart.
» Marco, I’m 100% sure they were my transplanted hairs and not native hairs
» in the hair line.
Ok, I am sure it is what you say it is. So what does that mean???
You did not loose the donor hair left in situ so there can only be three choices
1: The translocation of hair caused a problem (it was going to fall out irrespective of avodart.
2: The translocation of hair made the transplanted hair sensitive to Avodart.
3: The transplanted hair is effected by the influence of avodart local to where the transplants were placed. (ie recipient area dominance)
option three would be extraordinary and would have far reaching implications for transplantation.
option one is probably the most likely and would suggest that they might just grow back.
The problem with option 2 is that no one knows why avodart causes hairloss in some people. One interesting issue is that the hairloss (when permanent) seems to be of hair destined to be lost due to DHT. In your case it was loss of hair that was not destined to be lost so hopefully!!! it is not this option!!!