Posted on May 24, 2013 | Comments 0
For any person who is losing hair at an excessive rate, hair transplant surgery might seem like a really attractive way since it helps you face the world once again with confidence and of course more hair! But are you aware of the various side effects of hair transplant surgery? Yes, sadly it’s true that not everything that shines like gold is in fact gold. Same is true for hair regrowth operation. There are many after effects of this treatment of hair transplant surgery and to know about them, you can go through the following part of the article.
Yes, one of the most common after effect of a hair transplant operation is thinning of the hair. Anyone who has already got this operation done might agree that the original hair on the scalp begins to get thin after the operation. But thickness of the hair comes back after a few months so there is nothing to worry about as there is no personal damage.
A post operative condition of hair transplant surgery is bleeding. A person might experience a little bit of bleeding and this can be stopped by applying a bit of pressure on the affected area. In some rare cases, bleeding might still not stop and the surgeon would be required to do stitching of the wounds to stop the bleeding.
Most of the people who have got a hair transplant operation done might not experience any major pain but for those who may, a mild pain killer such as Tylenol could prove to be of help and the pain would eventually die off. This post operative condition is not too much to worry about.
Another side effect of a hair regrowth surgery is swelling. People may experience swelling around the forehead area and even near the eyes. This condition lasts only for a few initial days but in some cases the swelling becomes severe and a black eye may result.
Hiccups are rare after surgery side effect of a hair transplant procedure and occur with only about 5 percent of the people. Doctors might prescribe medication to those who experience this.
Infections might occur only in those cases where antibiotics are not given before and after the surgery and thus they are quite rare. But in case of any infection, see your surgeon immediately and follow the medication prescribed.
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