Minoxidil after FUE Surgery?
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Minoxidil After FUE
Generally 14 days is enough time to wait before start up on Minoxidil. But you should talk to your doctor first in case your transplant has any unusual circumstances surrounding it that may call for you to wait a little longer.
Minoxidil use after hair transplant
It has to do with the extent of your miniaturization of hair. It is best to ask you hair transplant specialist for specific directions of when to start medications post FUE. In our practice we tell patients they may resume Minoxidil about 7 -10 day post surgery.
It is best to ask your surgeon about post operative care as each doctor has their unique regimen.
It is best to ask your surgeon about post operative care as each doctor has their unique regimen. This includes PRP, ACell, or Minoxidil use.
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Minoxidil after surgery
Without knowing much of your other medical history and your hair loss/surgical history, I can say that I generally recommend minoxidil, generally 4 weeks after surgery after the grafts are well seeded. I'm a big proponent of cellular therapy to reduce hair loss in as well. I typically do a biologic treatment (PRP, Acell and other biologics) about 1-2 weeks before surgery and recommend a repeat treatment in 6 months and then as needed. It's very important with cellular therapy to follow up every 3-6 months. You can STOP hair loss in many cases and avoid the need for future surgery if you find the right doctor and the right protocol.
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