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What about existing hair loss after hair transplant?

Are you worried about your existing hair loss after the hair transplant treatment?

Well, it can be a reason for concern while opting for a hair transplant treatment. 

Many people in Pune experience the same issue while going for a hair transplant treatment. 

 

Though hair transplant cost in Pune at La Densitae is easily affordable, you will never want your money to be wasted. So, it is always better to have proper clarification about your confusion. 

 

After a hair transplant in Pune, you may experience shedding.

Hair loss is considered a typical bodily function since it is customary to shed between 50 and 100 hairs each day. However, it’s critical to distinguish between natural shedding and the shedding of transplanted hair grafts after surgery.

 

Loss of natural hair

 

Your hair cycle follows certain stages. Different from the other animal’s hair development cycles, this cycle is random, with a variable quantity of hairs in each phase at any one moment.

 

Shedding of harvested hair follicles and existing natural hair after surgery:

 

As per the hair transplant surgeon in Pune, patients frequently claim that their hair continues to fall out following the operation. It’s crucial to remember that hair loss after a hair implant is natural.

 

In a hair transplant surgery, each graft is inserted through tiny holes known as “stab incisions.” Irrespective of the procedure like FUT or FUE, the treatment can be excruciating for the bald scalp and surrounding hairs. Hence it may cause the hair follicles and existing hairs to lose momentarily. This condition is known as “effluvium,” also known as “shock loss.”

 

Hair grafts shedding following a hair transplant occur anywhere from one to five weeks just after the operation. Patients are frequently concerned about the ongoing loss of hair. However, your hair transplant doctor assures you that new hair will grow. You do not need to worry about this issue as it is normal and does not indicate permanent hair damage. Again this hair loss is unavoidable. Soin you will see the new hairs on your scalp. 

 

Surprisingly, the hair loss after the hair transplant treatment depends upon the severity of natural hair shedding patterns. 

 

Remember that “shock loss” is expected in the hair rejuvenation technique and does not indicate permanent hair damage. Your New hairs will develop over time and grow at various speeds.

 

How to stop hair from falling out after a hair implant treatment?

 

Though hair loss is unavoidable right after the hair transplant surgery, a few steps are there that you may opt for reducing the number of hairs that fall following a hair transplant.

 

1. Prescription drugs

 

Minoxidil promotes the growth of hair and makes your hairs darker fine hairs, with benefits visible in as little as four months. 

 

Rogaine, for instance, is more beneficial in persons under the age of 30 who are suffering from hair loss for not more than five years. While Rogaine is generally well tolerated by the body, it has been linked to itching, eye irritation, redness, and unwanted growth of hair in other parts of the body.

 

Finasteride works by interacting with the enzyme 5-Alpha Reductase, which aids in producing DHT in your body. It does not entirely halt DHT secretion, but it does reduce it enough to prevent men from developing male pattern baldness and hair shrinkage. When taken consistently, effects can be visible in as little as three months. 

 

When using the medication, some people may notice a reduction in libido. Erectile malfunction and a decrease in semen production during intercourse are other possible side effects for some people. Finasteride is not beneficial for everyone. So, the hair thinning and hair loss is not only due to DHT; they can occur while taking the drug.

I am a Hair Transplant Surgeon, Cosmetologist and Anesthesiologist in Pune. I have more than 16 years of experience in this field.