You need to discuss treatment and medication use with your doctor. There is no rule to say taking aspirin would be bad for your transplanted grafts.
After 8 weeks you are fine. If you are reading this BEFORE your hair transplant - the answer is different! Avoid Aspirin at least a week before the surgery to reduce bleeding during the procedure.Good luck!
Aspirin will have no impact on a hair transplant at all. Many of my patients take one baby Aspirin a day for heart health
rayman123,Thank you for your question. The key is that it is 8 weeks after a hair transplant! We often perform augmented hair transplants which combine the artistic hair restoration techniques with cell therapy to go beyond the benefit of what is transplanted. We are often seeing a very positive improvement in areas that are miniaturizing, leaving the area prone to have progressive hair loss but because of donor constraints we are not able to cover. This permits the coverage of a larger area, and possibly the increase density beyond what may be possible in the procedure. In these augmented hair tranplsnts it is critical that patients avoid aspirin for three days post surgery. But since you are 8 weeks post surgery there is no contra-indication at this time to taking aspirin unless you have medical ones like peptic ulcer disease, etc...
Bernardino A. Arocha, MD
Hi, rayman —My first thought was, why wouldn't you ask your surgeon this question? But no, there is no reason you couldn't resume taking aspirin at this point, nor are there any restrictions on your diet. There are a handful of drugs which can cause hair loss, but this is something you should discuss with your surgeon.