About 6 mos post-op, feeling "pluggy"

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  • Harry West
    • Mar 2009
    • 57

    About 6 mos post-op, feeling "pluggy"

    I'm just about 6 months post-op, and although I've seen some good growth thus far, my new growth looks kind of "pluggy." Will this go away as time progresses and will I get more density? I understand that at about the one year mark is when I'll see full results, but I'm not sure what to expect in the coming months.

    Thanks for any input,
  • Spex
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    • Nov 2008
    • 4289

    6 months is still early days so be patient. Who was your doc?
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    • gillenator
      Senior Member
      • Dec 2008
      • 1417


      Do you have any pics you can put up?
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      • Harry West
        • Mar 2009
        • 57

        I put up some photos, but they got moved to the Hair Transplant Veterans section. I don't know how to link to that thread, but if you move over to that section, you can see them.

        Sorry for the inconvenience.

        Also, Dr. Mark Baxa in Charlotte did the procedure.

        If/when you check out the photos at the other section, let me know what you think.

        Thanks guys.


        • tbtadmin
          • Sep 2008
          • 988

          Originally posted by Harry West
          I don't know how to link to that thread.