I don’t understand and I’m getting frustrated because it should be easier to see. So if you’re a Norwood 5 or 6 that means you’re already a high NW number and the hair transplant doctor says “I can’t predict what pattern if you’ll go to a NW 7” how is that hard!?!? When you have a patient that is already a NW 5 or 6! I would understand if the patient was a NW 2, 3, 4 but this doesn’t make sense. If someone can help answer this it would be great thank you.
If you can’t see your pattern, get a HAIRCHECK test ( https://baldingblog.com/haircheck-test-how-it-is-done-video/) and that will determine your pattern of balding that you can’t see and quantify how much hair you lost, where you lost it and how much remains.