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Hair loss is a significant problem for a lot of people around the world. Many people want to have hair transplant surgery, but many people are afraid of getting hair transplant surgery. If you have decided to have a hair transplant surgery, you may wonder what to do after hair transplantation.

Recovery After Hair Transplant

It is important to be patient during the recovery period after hair transplantation. Although the whole process may take some time, the healing period may be shorter than anticipated. During the first week of the hair transplant procedure, patients may experience discomfort in the transplanted area. This condition is normal, and it will pass completely after 1 week, and you will be free from all the pain in two weeks. There will be swelling and scabs on the area as well. To facilitate a speedy recovery, it is important to take good care of your hair. In particular, during the first week of hair transplantation, it is advisable to use a special shampoo, cream, and oil. At this stage, you can see the new hairs are thin, but they will become thicker as time goes by. After the first phase, hair growth will start; however, it is possible that some of the follicles may fall out. This is a normal occurrence after a hair transplant procedure. You do not need to be worried, as you can see the hair follicles are growing back in the transplanted area after a few months. Once the hair follicles begin to appear, it is important to continue taking care of your hair. After a period of 12 months, you will have fully recovered. Once the recovery period is complete, your hair will become thicker than it has ever been.

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