» I am currently 6 weeks post-op after my procedure for 2500 grafts FUE with
» Dr. Armani in Toronto. All of my scabs/grafts fell out about a week and a
» half ago, and I am currently in what has been deemed the “ugly duckling”
» phase, where my hair actually looks even worse than it did prior to
» I realize that you must have patience in seeing growth and that it is
» usually at least 3 months before the preliminary signs of growth are seen,
» but has anybody else gone through extreme impatience and frustration in
» going through this phase? I feel like, even though I am completely aware of
» the probable timetable awaiting me, and that I am looking forward to a good
» result, I can’t help but feel discouraged looking in the mirror everyday
» and seeing my horrible hair after all of the excitement I had shortly after
» the procedure.
» Does anyone else have similar experiences with the first few months after
man lol I can’t begin to express my worrysome ass for the entire first 3.5 months! I would do nothing but google and check hair transplant forums to see if this was normal, if everyone else experienced this. And I would always find that this is infact normal, yet the soothing comfort only lasted till the next morning!
At 4.5 months now I can swear that even if my hairs STOPPED! growing at this point I’d still be super happy. I’m absolutely extatic and thrilled with my hair as I am sure you will be too! The transition of 4 - 4.5 months and up is like day and night. Some experience major growths even at 7 or 8 months post-up. but the norm is after 4 months you’re smile will be getting wider and wider. And come 5th month you’ll be rocking the kool-aid smile.
Hang in there, be patient, stay optimistic. You have zero to worry about especially consiering you had it done with armani. You’ll be fine bud