Is it ok to smoke Marijuana, after the transplanted hairs are fully grown in?
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Past a month after your transplant, smoking anything will not affect your grafts any differently than it would affect your normal hair. Obviously there are other medical reasons why it may be wise to cut back or stop altogether, but in terms of your transplants past a month no special precautions need to be taken. If you want to smoke it before a month, there haven't been any studies to confirm or deny the effects of marijuana on hair transplants, so the risk is yours to take.
Smoking after a hair transplant.
I recommend patient quit smoking. However after a transplant, smoking reduces the oxygen in the blood and compromise your result. If possible, try to refrain for the first few weeks after a procedure.
Marijuana Smoking after a Hair Transplant.
I'm not aware of any hair problems from marijuana, however, it is well known to often have negative psychological effects on users. It is a fat soluble chemical and therefore builds up concentrations in the brain when it is used more than once per month. I would recommend against it on the basis of a healthy body mind and spirit.
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3 months after hair transplant grafts all take or some of lost anyway and you can do everything , including every
kind of activity, smoking, close contact sports so on.
Most doctors would recommend that you do not smoke cigarettes or marijuana after surgery.
Most doctors would recommend that you do not smoke cigarettes or marijuana after surgery. If you still want to smoke marijuana it is best to clear it with your doctor.
smoking also reduces the amount of oxygen in the blood. I recommend that patients do not smoke for the couple weeks after a procedure and use that as a starting point to stopping smoking completely.
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