Hair transplant is a very fine surgery primarily used to rectify male pattern baldness, whereby grafting hair follicles that are genetically resistant to balding to the already bald scalp.
They are ones own natural hair and grow for quite a few of ones life as their other normal hair.
I know that the transplanted hair require cutting just like ones other normal hair. More males and females Hair Loss Prevention Nashville GA 31639 can benefit from it. It’s also used to restore eyelashes, eyebrows, and beard hair. Protein is your in the p defense -hair is made mostly of protein.
That is, unfortunately, just my luck!
You can take supplements like Biotin and Silica which may help. Get your protein in. Then, just go on and ride it out. Known nothing. As a result, I do preparing to prevent it, fact is, either your body decides to shed the hair on the basis of the trauma or it doesn’ if it decides to.
Supplements and such promote new growth though, that we all need so Surely it’s still in p interest to take such things.
They do not prevent loss, Topical treatments like Rogaine, shampoos or conditioners only promote new growth. That said, much as women find they lose hair after giving birth -it is because of the stress the body goes through and amid the defense mechanisms is forgoing hair. Either So it’s it isn’ maybe what you loose won’t be that much or maybe it may be a lot, or in your cards to lose it
It’s luck of the draw.
Surely it’s the bodies reaction to stress/trauma -not specifically nutritional problems.
Grand lot of us lose hair -and often starting about 4 months. I lost a n of hair years before WLS due to being in the hospital for an infection. For instance, I actually heading to the salon now to do something I fear the most! Following everyone’s suggestions like protein for sure lol. Basically, I thence again maybe I’ll like it. Wow its a self realization! Never thought of myself in the way I have since this thought came into my head! I knew I wasn’t alone in it. I have the nerve now so I’m heading out. I wanted to say thanks to everyone. Of course, in the end I know my hair will grow back and I’m hoping better for it since it being short it’ll limit stressors. It’s going short. I stopped dyeing my hair and after that bit the bullet and had about 8 inches cut off. Before dietary surgery I would have never considered having short hair. It’s the first time I’ve seen my natural color in YEARS!
I had pretty steady hair loss for about ‘2 3’ months.
I love it since I’ve had it cut.
When I lose another 20 pounds or so I’ll probably cut it shorter. Generally, I’m getting used to seeing the real me in the mirror with my natural hair color. I haven’t dyed my hair in about 4 months now. It sticks up and it’s curly. Then, it’s a process and it can be scary at times. Furthermore, although the new growth looks really strange. As a result, I’ve never had curly hair before. Now look. IT DOES get better! I started taking Biotin when my hair began falling out. I don’t think that it actually stopped the hair loss very much as it helped the new growth. It worked for me. It is others, including me, went for a layered, shorter cut which gives thinning hair more volume and makes hair loss less noticeable). My hair stylist swears by it and I thought some amount of you may seek for to give it a try.
The question is. Has anyone tried Viviscal?
Please share what results you have had, I’d say in case you have tried it.
I am planning to pick mine up this weekend or you can order it online. I’ve never looked good with short hair but not having bald spots I’d do it to avoid. It is ok I am 3 months post op and the hair loss has finally kicked in. My question is I have really long hair so it gets tied back alot and that’s when I really see the loss.
Unless it just doesn’t make a difference lol.
Anyone have any luck or ideas?
I was starting to really think I was planning to not have to go through that lol. Has anyone basically chopped it short and see it wasn’t so bad? Genetics, I’m quite sure I expect, my mother is almost tally bald. Then again, the short, fufflly styles, not to take the longer, thick ones. She had ordered hers online and it had cost less than $ If I could find a wig that looked as good as hers did, To be honest I would wear it even if my hair grows back! I know a woman who recently had to begin wearing a wig, and she looks terrific! On p of that, now I am 15 weeks post op, and the my hair is falling like crazy. Basically, I know a couple of people, myself included that had no clue she was wearng a wig until she ld us. Nonetheless, it has fallen out steadily, when I had the surgery. I had thick hair until I turned 60, and it began to fall out. Let me tell you something. I am seriously considering a wig soon. She said the key was to get one that didn’t have lots of hair.
I already have super short pixie cut and VERY thin hair.
I’m a little freaked my next step will have to be a wig.
You can already see my scalp at the p of my head. I haven’t even started losing yet. I’m screwed. I’d say in case you click on the link.you can see my before wig/after wig. I once had massive hair each day! You see, it makes me feel fabulous.
I got mine form a shop 2 hours away and it was Worth any penny! Like 12 or so months after it stopped falling out, I have a n of regrowth and So it’s about ear length now.