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What To Expect From Hair Transplantation Surgery?

Diploma In Dermatology, Fellowship In Aesthetic Medicine
Dermatologist, Hyderabad
What To Expect From Hair Transplantation Surgery?

Hair transplant has become a boon for many, not only does it bring back the self-esteem of a person, it infuses confidence too. It is a life altering process that requires a thorough investigation. It is, therefore, necessary to make a very informed decision. Here is a bucket list of what is expected out of a hair transplant surgery:

  1. There may be a little discomfort: The transplant is not going to show results overnight. The process involves transferring hair from one part of the body to the head because of which the donor area and the scalp may remain tender for some time. The new hair takes a little time to grow. At times, doctors prescribe pain medication, anti-inflammatory drugs, and antibiotics. The donor area can become numb and sore. A doctor may suggest wearing a surgical cap on the scalp for a day or two post the surgery.
  2. There are chances of a second procedure: After seven to eight months of the procedure, all the traces of the surgery would not be traceable. The new hair can be groomed and mixed with the old hair. Most doctors do a review of how the new hair is coming up and whether there is a need for a second surgery to restore the hair. This does not necessarily mean that the first procedure was not successful.
  3. The scalp might be swollen and insensitive: The scalp might be swollen and sore. The patient might feel a tender as well. In case the transplant area is large, the forehead might swell for the first few weeks after the procedure. Ingrown hair could be spotted here and there but the same is temporary and would soon disappear. One might also expect a reduction in the sensitivity of the scalp. However, the sensitivity issue vanishes on its own after a few weeks.
  4. Discomfort in the donor area: The donor area might be a little sore for a day or two. The sutures would absorb in a couple of weeks. The numbness takes a while to go. Depending on the degree of healing, it might take 3-4 weeks for the numbness to go away.
  5. The time of healing varies: Like other physical diseases, the healing time of the scalp and hair re-growth varies from person to person. While some people heal faster, some take more time. It is necessary to continuously follow up with the surgeon.

Choose Your Surgeon Wisely
Even though hair transplant is one of the easiest surgeries in medical science, it has its fair share of complications too. It is, therefore, very important to choose the right surgeon with good credentials. To avoid risks of infection and re-surgery, it makes sense to speak to the surgeon and set the expectation straight right from the word go.

In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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I am 23 years old and I have observed changes in me my hair became white at youngest stage and now it started falling I have used some herbal products and I want to know how to stop the hair falling and stop white hairy.

I am 23 years old and I have observed changes in me my hair became white at youngest stage and now it started falling...
Hair loss, also known as alopecia or baldness, refers to a loss of hair from the head or body. Baldness can refer to general hair loss or male pattern hair loss. Hair loss and hypotrichosis have many causes including androgenetic alopecia, fungal infection, trauma (e.g. Due to (trichotillomania), radiotherapy, chemotherapy, nutritional deficiencies (e.g. Iron deficiency), and autoimmune diseases (e.g. Alopecia areata). Symptoms of hair loss include hair loss in patches usually in circular patterns, dandruff, skin lesions, and scarring. Alopecia areata (mild - medium level) usually shows in unusual hair loss areas e.g. Eyebrows, backside of the head or above the ears where usually the male pattern baldness does not affect. In male-pattern hair loss, loss and thinning begin at the temples and the crown and either thins out or falls out. Female-pattern hair loss occurs at the frontal and parietal. People have between 100,000 and 150,000 hairs on their head. The number of strands normally lost in a day varies, but on average is 100. In order to maintain a normal volume, hair must be replaced at the same rate at which it is lost. The first signs of hair thinning that people will often notice are more hairs than usual left in the hairbrush after brushing or in the basin after shampooing. Styling can also reveal areas of thinning, such as a wider parting or a thinning crown More than 95% of hair loss in men is male pattern baldness (MPB. MPB is characterized by hair receding from the lateral sides of the forehead (known as a "receding hairline") and/or a thinning crown (balding to the area known as the ‘vertex’). Temporary or permanent hair loss can be caused by several medications, including those for blood pressure problems, diabetes, heart disease and cholesterol. Any that affect the body’s hormone balance can have a pronounced effect: these include the contraceptive pill, hormone replacement therapy, steroids and acne medications. Some treatments used to cure mycotic infections can cause massive hair loss. Traction alopecia is most commonly found in people with ponytails or cornrows who pull on their hair with excessive force. In addition, rigorous brushing and heat styling, rough scalp massage can damage the cuticle, the hard outer casing of the hair. This causes individual strands to become weak and break off, reducing overall hair volume. Trichotillomania is the loss of hair caused by compulsive pulling and bending of the hairs. Onset of this disorder tends to begin around the onset of puberty and usually continues through adulthood. Due to the constant extraction of the hair roots, permanent hair loss can occur. Traumas such as childbirth, major surgery, poisoning, and severe stress may cause a hair loss condition known as telogen effluvium, in which a large number of hairs enter the resting phase at the same time, causing shedding and subsequent thinning. Hair loss often follows childbirth without causing baldness. In this situation, the hair is actually thicker during pregnancy due to increased circulating oestrogens. After the baby is born, the oestrogen levels fall back to normal prepregnancy levels, and the additional hair foliage drops out. A similar situation occurs in women taking the fertility-stimulating drug clomiphene. Hypothyroidism (an under-active thyroid) and the side effects of its related medications can cause hair loss, typically frontal, which is particularly associated with thinning of the outer third of the eyebrows (also seen with syphilis). Hyperthyroidism (an over-active thyroid) can also cause hair loss, which is parietal rather than frontal. Temporary loss of hair can occur in areas where sebaceous cysts are present for considerable duration (normally one to several weeks). Gradual thinning of hair with age is a natural condition . This is caused by an increasing number of hair follicles switching from the growth, or anagen, phase into a resting phase, or telogen phase, so that remaining hairs become shorter and fewer in number. An unhealthy scalp environment can play a significant role in hair thinning by contributing to miniaturization or causing damage. Air and water pollutants], environmental toxins, conventional styling products and excessive amounts of sebum have the potential to build up on the scalp. This debris can block hair follicles and cause their deterioration and consequent miniaturization of hair, It can also physically restrict hair growth or damage the hair cuticle leading to hair that is weakened and easily broken off before its natural lifecycle has ended. In homeopathy after proper case taking medicine will be prescribed accordingly. So pls consult either to a homeopath nearby your residence or you can consult me via Lybrate. General medicines are arnica, jaborandi which are easily available in oil base. Some very good shampoos are also avialable in homeopathy which prevent hair fall and early greying of hairs.
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Hello sir Hello Sir/Madam, This is Rajasekhar, am 26 Years old, I got a Accident last year in the month of August 2015, The main Problem is Left hand Shoulder Pain, I was consulting the Doctor and Take the X-ray, the Doctor Said There is no problem at Shoulder, I have a Pain at Shoulder and when I rotate my left hand some sound arising that place. Please Tell me solution sir/Madam. May I know the reason Please Sir?

D.A.M.S( A. M.), D.AC/B.E.M.S
Acupressurist, Mumbai
Hello sir Hello Sir/Madam, This is Rajasekhar, am 26 Years old, I got a Accident last year in the month of August 201...
You should take Acupressure therapy and take Biochemic Nat mur 200x + Nat sulph 200x, 4 tab each thrice a day with warm water and take it 5 days than consult private online.
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My father nd brother both have beard. I am now 20 years old. But still I do not have beard. How to grow my beard?

PGFCP, PGDEMS, Bachelor Of Ayurvedic Medicine And Surgery
Ayurveda, Satara
My father nd brother both have beard. I am now 20 years old. But still I do not have beard. How to grow my beard?
HI 1) avoid oily, spicy, junk, fermented and stale foods, 2) sleep upto 10-10.30 pm, 3) avoid coffee and tea, A) Eat 30-40 black currants and 1 tsf of jiggery during meals, B) Take 200 ml of fresh butter milk with pinch of saindhav lavan after meals, C) take 30 ml of aamla juice along with 15 ml of honey in morning on empty stomach, D) take fresh juice of beet or pomegranate in morning instead of breakfast, E) do yoga and anuloma-viloma pranayam regularly for 20-30 minutes do all these things for 15 days gives you good result…THANKS.
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I am 20 years old. I daily keep oil to my head, I have a lot of dandruff from 3 years, I follow lot of home made tips and applied to my hair, but no use. What should I do?

B.Sc. - Dietitics / Nutrition, Nutrition Certification,Registered Dietitian
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Delhi
I am 20 years old. I daily keep oil to my head, I have a lot of dandruff from 3 years, I follow lot of home made tips...
Control oily scalp and dandruff with - 1. Use mild shampoo to wash hair (you can make your own shampoo using reetha and shikakai at home) 2. Stop using conditioners. Use natural conditioners like egg, yougurt and lemon. 3. Massage your scalp with a mix of oils like olive, coconut, sesame, castor oil at night. 4. Apply raw amla juice on hair thrice a week. 5. Rub your scalp with the juice of white onion. 6. Use a paste of bhringraj on hair. 7. You can use some good hair packs like - fenugreek and yogurt, egg and green tea. 8. You can rinse your hair with organic apple cider vinegar after washing your hair to maintain ph balance of your hair. 9. Hair health depends on the amount of protein in your diet. Foods like chicken, eggs, fish, nuts, dry fruits gives you the required nutrients to keep your skin and hair healthy. So consume plenty of them. Eat things rich in vitamin c like amla and oranges. 10. Drink lots of water to flush out toxins from the body.
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I have severe pains in my foot heels after waking up sleep. Do me this favour to acquaint with me to the causes and solutions.

D.A.M.S( A. M.), D.AC/B.E.M.S
Acupressurist, Mumbai
I have severe pains in my foot heels after waking up sleep. Do me this favour to acquaint with me to the causes and s...
you should take acupressure therapy, take biochemic calc phos 3x+ferrum phos 3x 4tab each thrice a day with warm water. take 5 days &inform me private online.
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My hairs are getting white. I tried many shampoos but no response. Can you please suggest me what I should do.

B.Sc. - Dietitics / Nutrition, Nutrition Certification,Registered Dietitian
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Delhi
My hairs are getting white. I tried many shampoos but no response. Can you please suggest me what I should do.
1. Use amla (gooseberry) juice on scalp and also to drink. 2. Mix curry leaves with coconut oil and heat up and let it cool. Wheat Germ oil to massage your head at night. You can also put some fenugreek powder in the oil, heat the oil a bit and apply it on scalp for hairfall, whitening and dandruff. 3. Apply hair packs like Egg with Yogurt, Banana. 4. Have lots of green leafy vegetables and fruits rich in Vitamin C. 5. Protein is the most important element for maintaining hair health. Make sure your diet in protein rich sources like eggs, fish, chicken, soyabean, sprouts, pulses and grains 6. Zinc, iron & copper promote healthy hair. Some sources of this are – eggs, whole grains, all types of seeds like flaxseed, sesame seeds, sunflower seeds, Dry fruits and nuts etc.
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I have joints pain on my left leg since 6 months and in using just pain killer and dolo 650 but its not effective pls suggest me some good tablets which helps me.

BHMS
Homeopath, Faridabad
I have joints pain on my left leg since 6 months and in using just pain killer and dolo 650 but its not effective pls...
Hello. We can't reverse the established pathology back, but we can control the process in the stage it is so that it wouldn't grow further. Apply Bakson’s Rheum Aid oil gently (2-3 times a day) and take orally Bakson’s Rheum-Aid syrup/ 1 tablespoon thrice daily. Also, increase your dietary intake of calcium which is present in green leafy vegetables, milk, milk products, sea food, white legumes, dried fig, black-eyed peas, almonds, oranges, seasame seeds. And vitamin D which is essential for absorption of calcium in our body and is synthesized naturally after getting exposed to sunlight, so early morning sunlight for 10-15min. 2-3 times a day is mandatory. Apart from this, do walk daily along with physiotherapy will also help you.
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Hair Transplant - What Should You Know About It!

FAPS (Cosmetic Surgery)-USA,, M.Ch - Plastic Surgery, MS - General Surgery, MBBS
Cosmetic/Plastic Surgeon, Delhi
Hair Transplant - What Should You Know About It!

A head full of hair is called a crowning glory and not only improves the looks and appearance of the person, but also adds to the person's image and self-esteem and confidence. With hair loss, the psychological effect is felt very strongly and can even lead to depression. Both men and women are equally affected by hair loss or balding, and can be treated with hair transplant.

It is a surgical procedure wherein hair follicles are removed from one site that has normal hair growth (donor site) and placed on the bald patch with no or thin hair (recipient site). While the back of the head is the most common donor site, sometimes even the torso, trunk, and legs can be a good source. Hair is believed to grow in groups of follicles, so transplants are also done as follicular units.

Hair transplant usually differs in the way that the hair follicles are removed from the donor site. This can be done in two ways as outlined below.

Follicular unit strip surgery (FUSS): In this procedure, the donor site with a thick hair growth is identified and strips of tissue of about 1 x 15 cm are removed along with hair follicles. Under a microscope, excess fiber and fatty tissue in this strip is removed. The recipient site is prepared by creating small punctures at regular intervals into which the hair follicles are placed at appropriate angles, taking care to give a realistic look. The donor site will have minor injuries which will heal with the new hair growing into it. The donor site will take about 2 weeks for the uptake of the follicles.

In follicular unit extraction (FUE), small punches are made at the donor site to remove tissues of 0.6 to 1 mm, which will contain hair follicles. These are placed into the recipient site at predetermined spacing and angles to produce a realistic appearance. This technique produces a more natural appearance and also fewer scars on the donor site. It takes longer than the strip surgery though.

The success of hair transplant depends on the postoperative care. The doctor will give a set of instructions for hair wash and hair care which need to be followed strictly. In the first 10 days after transplant, the patient will experience a 'shock loss' where almost all of the new hair follicles will fall out leading to hair thinning. New hair growth in this area will be seen over the next 2 to 3 months. Itching and minor swelling will subside on their own.

With good follow-up care, hair transplant can be a boon to people who have baldness and can provide a big boost to self-esteem and confidence.

In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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My Daughter is 24 years and having muscular dystrophy for the last 15 years. She is doing physiotherapy every day, Is there any remedy for this problem.

BHMS
Homeopath, Delhi
My Daughter is 24 years and having muscular dystrophy for the last 15 years. She is doing physiotherapy every day, Is...
Advice her to take healthy food like vitamin e and a high amount of selenium, reishi mushroom. These foods are very essential need in diet for muscular dystrophy. Without complete information medicine advice is useless.
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