I've searched forever and cannot find an answer. I'm a male and have had transplants to the crown and front which ended up being very nice. I may need to undergo chemo. I'm wondering if the transplanted hair will grow back when the rest starts to grow back.
yes, they should. it is very doubtful that they would not. they should behave like all the other non-transplanted hairs. the chemo causes what is known as a anagen effluvium (and sometimes telogen effluvium) meaning that the hairs mechanically break off during the growth phase, causing the majority of all hairs to fall out with susceptible types of chemo. i believe your transplanted hair should be safe. best, sml
This is an interesting question. Well my opinion is that when you have a hair transplant they take hair that is genetically inpervious to balding and plant that on the top. So if you do lose your hair then there is no reason why that hair would not grow back. I am not a professional though, that is just an educated guess.