I had 2500 grafts so far, and I may become very bald like my father and his father before him.
The maximum number of grafts reflects your donor density. In some people with low donor density, it might be 3000-4000, but if your donor density is very high, it could be easily 10,000 or more grafts. The average person is about 6000 grafts? I have transplant 10,000 grafts a quite a few patients wtih high density and likewise, I have had a few people whose limits were in the 3000 range. Cleaerly the more bald you are, the more grafts would would need, assuming you can afford the costs of the surgery. In my practice, over the years, once a patient has reached 6000-7000 grafts, I frequently perform more surgery at my cost. In your case, with just 2500 grafts performe so far, I suspect that you are coming close to your limit if your density is low and I doubt that you can support many more grafts without bcming bald in the back of your head.