Shampoo causing hair loss after 1 month of hair transplant?
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Loss of transplanted hair following shampooing of hair
The transplanted hair usually fall off 2-4 weeks following surgery, so I don't think there is anything to worry if you are loosing hair. It is certainly not due to the shampoo.
There is no way to know why a shampoo may have caused your hair loss. It is best to see your doctor for an
There is no way to know why a shampoo may have caused your hair loss. It is best to see your doctor for an examination.
After hair transplantation, the transplanted hairs initially grow for 1-3 months. These hairs will then fall out, and a new hair shaft will come out. I would not be concerned that you are noticing hairs with shampooing 1 month after surgery. I would continue to follow the instructions of your surgeon, and follow up with them as scheduled.
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hair loss after a hair transplant is usually caused by shock loss, not shampoo. See what I discussed below
I do not think this is causing or could cause hair loss but you never know. A follow up is a good idea.
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