Is my donor area good enough for a hair transplant? (photo)
You need your donor area examined with a video microscope and get a hair count and a measurement of the thickness of your hair. You want to make sure that you don’t have DUPA which can be diagnosed with the hand microscope. If you want to know your original donor density and your Hair Mass Index along with your total available donor graft supply for your lifetime, see an expert in the field. I wrote extensively about this here: https://baldingblog.com/donor-density-is-counting-hairs-with-macro-lens-on-cell-phone/
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