Should I cut my hair in the 8th month after a hair transplant surgery?
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Most of the time it's fine to start getting regular haircuts after a few weeks past the date of the transplant. Waiting 8 months is more than enough. Now you can treat your transplanted hair exactly the same as you would treat your natural hair, including haircuts.
Haircut following hair transplant
You can get a haircut at anytime following the surgery. There is absolutely nothing to worry especially at this time.
You can cut your hair any time you wish. Cutting your hair nothing to do with hair growth. If you are concerned it is best
You can cut your hair any time you wish. Cutting your hair nothing to do with hair growth. If you are concerned it is best to contact your doctor. If you cannot contact your doctor that would be a bad sign.
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At 8 months
by this time you can do whatever you please to your new hair. Enjoy your result with whatever style you please.
Cutting hair after hair transplant
A haircut will not affect the regrowth of your follicles. It is ok to proceed with having your hair cut at this time. Once the scalp has fully healed after a transplant the existing hairs can be cut.
Cutting hair after transplant
You can harmonize your hair cut the very next day after the surgery and dye your hair two weeks after the procedure. So, yes, you can cut your hair in the 8th month after your surgery.
Cutting Hair After Hair Transplant
Thank you for your question. After your hair transplant surgery, the implanted hair should fall out between 2-6 weeks, after this period you can do as you please. Go ahead and cut your hair.
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8 months after a hair transplant
At 8 months after a hair transplant you can do anything you want, cut your hair, shave your head, stand on your head. You should be completely back to normal now
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