ACE good to see you again and welcome to the forums!
Yeh I remember you clearly from HLH. There was another thread just recently
here http://www.hairsite.com/hair-loss/forum_entry-id-49646-page-0-category-2-order-last_answer.html where the gentleman was concerned about his growth as well.
This is your blog you have posted on HLH http://aceinhibitor77.blogspot.com/ and you have nothing to be concerned about. Don’t compare your results to the top results posted here ACE because everyone heals and grows differently at different rates. I would say give it a year minimum. Also, can you share with us if you are taking any meds and/or hair loss treatments. Are you applying minoxidil to the transplanted areas two times daily? Any MSM? If an unreputable clinnic performed your surgery then you may have possibly something to distraught about, but even then I wouldn’t immediately jump to conclusions and blame my surgeon regardless of who it was.
There is absolutely no doubt in my mind that every single person getting a hairtransplant is informed of the risks, complications, and the fact that everyone adheres to results differently bro. Be patient, use your meds; because your hair is perfectly fine from what I am seeing from your earlier Blog.
And the fact that you mentioned your left area slagging is a clear indication that you are growing fine because hair transplanted hair usually grows in unequal rates. At 4 months you look like someone at their 6 month mark. At 8 months you should be at your 55-60% growth rate. Multiple that by 2 and you’re picturing your approximate final result.
By the way, I think it is imperitive that any patient that comes to any forum who wants to express their issues, complaints, compliments, and even to just share their experience ABSOLUTELY MUST provide everyone with indebt detail of the surgery along with photos.
BALDIE <---- You came on to these forums and to be honest with you you have “ANTI-ARMANI” written all over you. Your agenda is quite transparent my friend. Good luck on your mission.
» I’m new to this forum as Armani post are no longer allowed on the “other
» site”. I had a fue done in May of 2008, around 3100 grafts into my
» hairline and mid scalp. My left hairline from my midhairline all the way
» to my left temple is lagging in growth and has been brought up to my clinic
» about 2 months ago and I am being to told to wait. Well now I’m close to
» 10 months out and I dont see much of a difference. I can’t comb my hair
» backwards because of this. If my hair is combed forward you can’y tell,
» but my goal is not to comb my hair foward. Anyone with any experience in
» this matter?