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Does new HT hair grow in thinner at first?

my left temple, hairs are kindof growing in but they are growing in much thicker and darker on the right temple. Will the thin hairs growing in on the left temple thicken up like on the right side?

Why does this happen? Why doesnt the new HT hair always grow in thick, as opposed to only sometimes?

So both your temples were transplanted? One seems to be growing in thicker than the other? Depending on your month post op it might be really too early to know.

Another factor would be this and I hope not. Did one technician plant/place both sides? Or did one do one side and the other tech do the other side. You need to sometimes worry about that.

» So both your temples were transplanted? One seems to be growing in thicker
» than the other? Depending on your month post op it might be really too
» early to know.
»
» Another factor would be this and I hope not. Did one technician
» plant/place both sides? Or did one do one side and the other tech do the
» other side. You need to sometimes worry about that.

Usually transplanted hair will grow in thinner and darker but will thicken up and lighten as time goes on. I found that with my HT both of these things happened and that the right side of my HT grew much faster than the left but eventually it all caught up.

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