I have a query that has always interested me but I have never quite found the answer to. Why does newly transplanted hair grow at different timelines to each other (either scientific or theoretically). For instance I had a hair transplant nearly 6 months ago. Today I could see a couple of new hairs popping through, yet my first good initial growth that I could visibly see was just before the 3 month mark. I find it amazing that there can be such a time buffer between growths, yet all the transplanted hair was inserted in my head within a 4 or 5 hour timeframe!! Surely all the hair should grow back within that timeframe??
Thanking you for your time.
I do not have a good answer for you, but I can offer some speculation. Some hair follicles remain dormant longer than others, but it has nothing to do with the time it took to place the grafts in your scalp. All of the hairs on the head are growing at different and overlapping cycles. So naturally the transplanted hair would behave in a similar way. It may have something to do with the time in the cycle the hair was in when it was moved.