My hair transplant was nearly a year ago. Unfortunately I suffered shock loss. The surgeon said the hair would grow. It still hasn’t. At this point is my hair lost or is there any chance that it will grow?
Answer:If there is still shock loss at a year afterward, there certainly is a reduced chance that the hair will now grow back. Most shock loss returns within 6 to 12 months and I think at this point you should go see the surgeon and explain the situation to him and maybe consider getting additional transplants if the scalp is healthy at this point.