Hair transplant side effects: Hair fall has become a common thing in this increasingly busy life, most of the people are struggling with the problem of hair fall. In such a situation, sometimes slight baldness starts appearing on the head and people are afraid of this and resort to hair transplant and other expensive treatments. The reality of these treatments, which may seem tempting, is not always the same. It is not necessary that it suits everyone, in such a situation sometimes the opposite is seen on the entire body. Today we are going to tell you about the side effects of expensive hair transplant treatment.
makes hair lifeless
After treatment like hair transplant, many people’s hair starts weakening rapidly and becomes lifeless and starts falling. Sometimes this problem increases so much that the entire head becomes bald.
There may be infection in the roots
Hair transplant is not easy for everyone, people whose skin is very sensitive should consult a doctor before doing anything like this. Many times, there is a risk of head infection due to hasty transplant.
itchy head problem
Due to hair transplant, sometimes the roots of the head get blocked due to which the head starts itching. Some precautions must be taken while doing this, otherwise it can increase problems later.
Swelling and bleeding in the head
In hair transplantation, other roots are implanted. In this process, the roots of the head swell and become thick and blood also flows from there. Due to so many problems, many people take stress which affects them even more. One should never leave any treatment midway, it may seem comfortable in the beginning but its negative side effects remain with you throughout life.
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