After the hair transplantation procedure is applied to people with hair loss problems, some undesirable results may develop due to the body and physiological structure of the person. After the hair transplantation procedure, the patient may experience pain, edema, hair loss in the areas where hair transplantation is performed or used as a donor, and the continuation of crusting in these areas and decreased sensation in this area. The knowledge of the doctor who performs the hair transplantation, the inadequate equipment and technology used, and the patient’s physiological condition are of great importance to see these effects. The patient to be treated should be informed about scalp care before hair transplantation and what to do after hair transplantation.
After hair transplantation, minor bleeding in the rooting and transplanted areas are among the possible situations. Some drugs used by the patient before hair transplantation may increase the risk of bleeding after transplantation. Less bleeding can be seen in the area where the hair follicles are taken to be transplanted.
Sensory Changes in the Transplanted and Donor Area
It is often seen in painless hair transplantation. During the removal of the roots from the donor area, a severe increase in sensation in the scalp and hypersensitivity may occur in this area due to damage to the nerves.
Hair transplantation operations are procedures that should be performed under sterile conditions. Since this procedure is performed in a clean area, the risk of infection is shallow. After hair transplantation, crusting on the scalp provides a risky environment for the disease to accelerate. Thanks to the special shampoo that should be used after hair transplantation, the risk of illness due to crusting are reduced. When a condition is noticed, antibiotic treatment can be started with the recommendation of a specialist.
After Hair Transplantation, Shedding in the Area where Hair Roots were Taken
In the painless hair transplantation process, there is a thinning in the areas where the hair that will be transplanted is taken. With the presence of these thinning, it can be observed that spills increase in these areas. This situation will improve within a certain period. This process can be accelerated with the treatment method recommended by the expert.
Shedding in the Hair Transplantation Area
One month after the hair transplant procedure, hair loss can be seen in the areas where the hair transplant is performed. The spills stop and return to normal after four weeks. Two months after planting, some of the transplanted hair is thrown away by the body. This expulsion is considered normal. After these spills, new hair strands start to grow back in the same areas.
Itching Side Effect
Conditions such as itching on the scalp can be seen in the areas where hair transplantation is performed, even if it is mild. If the person who has the hair transplant washes the transplanted regions daily, the itching will decrease over time.
Cyst Formation Status
The possibility of the formation of cysts in small sizes due to body physiology in the hair transplant area is among the conditions in question. It varies according to the response time of the body structure and passes through easy treatment methods in a short time. However, although it is scarce, it is found in cysts that may remain one or two millimeters in size.
Continuing Shedding After Sowing
People who encounter hair loss problems at a young age may continue to lose their last hair strands after hair transplantation. After a while, this shedding may stop with the growth and lengthening of the hair follicles transplanted.
Temporary redness is seen in the area where hair transplantation is performed and in the areas where hair follicles are taken.