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Hair Transplant for Pregnant & Breastfeeder

Hair Transplant for Pregnant & Breastfeeder

Why is Hair Transplant for Pregnant & Breastfeeder Not Recommended?

  Hair Transplant for Pregnant & Breast Feeder - Hair loss is common in pregnant and breastfeeding women due to various hormonal changes that occur within the body at the time of pregnancy. Thus, many women like to have their hair restored as fast as possible right after pregnancy or even during any of the stages of maternity. However, expert surgeons at top hair clinics such as SHIFT Hair Transplant advise pregnantly and breastfeeding women from undergoing transplantation. Find out why hair transplant for pregnant & breastfeeder is not recommended.

Risks of infection

Following hair transplantation, women can suffer from cases of infection. Although this occurs only rarely and can affect only one in every thousand patients, infection is possible. Antibiotics are useful for treating such cases of infection. Infection should be avoided during pregnancy, for own health as well as the health of the unborn baby. Also, some types of antibiotics can enter breast milk and risk the health or even life of babies.


Cysts generally occur when the implanted hair follicles push deeper and deeper into the skin layers and cause damage. Cysts are usually lumps that are only as big as pimples, and usually, do not pose any harm. But these should not be ignored and medical treatment should immediately be opted for. Although cysts generally disappear naturally, these can be discomforting for pregnant or new mothers. This is another reason why hair transplant in Turkey during or right after maternity is not a good idea.


It is common to experience itchiness following hair transplantation. If the problem is not addressed well in a timely fashion, it can worsen and make patients highly uncomfortable. Itching mainly occurs due to the development of scabs on the crown. Although this can be treated with special moisturizing oils or regular shampooing, dermatologists and surgeons do not typically recommend hair transplant for pregnant & breastfeeder.


In rare cases, hair transplant in Turkey gives rise to the rare problem of persistent bleeding. Some bleeding can be expected, and exerting some pressure can stop this blood loss. Additional stitching is recommended when there is persistent bleeding.


It is well known that some types of medications used during or after pregnancy can interfere with the success of hair transplantation. Thus, pregnant women or new mothers can expect some issues in the way of their hair transplant in Turkey being successful, even when conducted by expert surgeons in top hair clinics such as SHIFT Hair Transplant.


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