White tuned skin , very blonde plus Low lights , whtever hard i tried minoxidil and im injections daily for 4 months : bepanthene and biotine , hair loss stopped starting from first week but in some areas it never grew back again ...
Can Hair Transplant Make my Hair Look Thicker Knowing Iam Very White Skin and Very Blonde?
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Benefit of hair transplant
First, it is worth considering other medical treatments for hair loss. As a woman you may benefit from off-label oral spironolactone (dose 100-200mg daily) or finasteride (5mg daily). Most of my female patients use one or both of these medications in addition to topical minoxidil for a full 6-12 months before undergoing hair transplantation. These medications can help stabilize the ongoing thinning and potentially help regrow some of your hair (they cannot be used if there is a chance you may get pregnant). Hair transplantation can offer the most dramatic treatment for your thinning hair. Our female patients are delighted with their results and can benefit from a single procedure of just 500-1000 1-4 hair follicular unit grafts.
Can a blonde be transplanted?
You need a diagnosis before blinding treating your hair loss.
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Hair Color and Hair Transplant
Hair color is a consideration when it comes to hair transplant. But just because you are blond does not mean you’re a poor candidate. A hair transplant done well would certainly add density to your balding areas, thus making your hair look thicker. Your hair color may just mean that you’ll require a higher graft count than a dark-haired person.
Hair transplants after treated hair loss
The cause of your hair loss should be determined and bald/ thin areas should be stable for a year before considering hair transplants. We should know if you are male or female.
These answers are for educational purposes and should not be relied upon as a substitute for medical advice you may receive from your physician. If you have a medical emergency, please call 911. These answers do not constitute or initiate a patient/doctor relationship.