I had a hair transplant nearly two years ago now. every 6 months or so it looks thick and occasionally some months it doesnt. Now becuase the transplant to place maybe as the rest of my hair was at a resting phase, could the hair transplant section and the rest of the hair always be at a different rate of growth as in resting phase. I was wondering whether this was the reason for certain months it looking thick and more hair and other months lacking as much hair. Also as the transplant section isnt as dense and compact could it be that when some hairs fall out in order to be replaced it just isnt as thick?
Thanks NHI TEAM
The general hair cycling is somewhat random when we look at it. I can not imagine why your hair looks better sometimes than other times. We’ve all heard of a “bad hair day,” so maybe that is what you are talking about. Are you doing anything different with your hair during the periods in question?