Shock Loss or Overharvesting? How To Spot The Difference

Shock Loss or Overharvesting? How To Spot The Difference

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17 April, 2024
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There seems to be a thread on the Hair Restoration Network every other day of someone asking whether they have been overharvested or whether they have shock loss. While there is no way to know for sure, there are some telltale signs to distinguish the difference.

Number 1. How many grafts were extracted in one sitting
Number 2. The appearance of the affected area
Number 3. Extraction pattern

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