The pictures show that you were probably thinning in the area that is now devoid of hair, so the cause is likely due to the progression of the hair loss into the sides. Another hair transplant into this area will solve it; however, be careful that your doctor does not over-harvest your donor area or you will have a new problem – a see-through donor area with possible donor site depletion as shown many times in the RealSelf posts. Your donor density must be close to its harvested limit with an FUE procedure (assuming that you had an average donor density prior to your FUE transplant) so a strip surgery may be safer. You should make sure that your surgeon measures your donor density prior to making the recommendation for FUE or strip surgery.
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