Care After Hair Transplant-neograft hair clinic

care after hair transplant-neograft hair clinic

Care After Hair Transplant-neograft hair clinic 

Day 1:

On the first day after your hair transplant, it is crucial to be careful with the transplanted area. Avoid any injuries or trauma to the area for the initial four to five days.

Make sure to wear the surgical cap provided by the clinic whenever you are moving out of your room.

You will be given a solution in a spray bottle. Apply this solution every half an hour throughout the day until it is time to sleep.

During sleep, keep your head in an upright position, similar to when you travel in an economy class flight. You can rest your donor area on a pillow or any soft support, but ensure that the transplanted area does not touch anything. Maintain this position throughout the night.

Take the prescribed medications provided by the clinic according to the schedule given to you.

Day 2:

On the second day, you can freshen up as normal and enjoy tea or coffee. You can also take short strolls and stretch your body, but be cautious not to bend over your abdomen.

To prevent any spasm in the neck muscles, move your neck sideways, front and back, and rotate it over the torso.

Apply the solution provided by the clinic every hour throughout the day.

You can take a normal bath below your neck, but avoid pouring water on the top of your head.

You can consume your regular food, but it is important to minimize your salt intake to reduce fluid retention in the body.

Day 3:

Continue applying the solution provided by the clinic every two to three hours over the transplanted area.

You can move around a bit and take short walks, but be cautious not to strike your head or cause any injury while performing any activity.

Pay extra attention while getting in and out of a car to avoid hitting the side beam and causing any harm to the transplanted area.

If there is any swelling on the forehead, around the eyes, or on the cheeks, you can apply gentle hot fermentation to alleviate it.

Remember to continue taking the prescribed medications.

Day 4:

On this day, you can remove the bandage. You can do it yourself or visit the clinic if you are nearby.

Continue following all the previous instructions, including gentle shampooing as advised by the clinic.

There is no need to use normal saline after day 3.

Day 5:

On this day, focus on shampooing your hair only. You can sleep in any position or posture you prefer. However, continue to be careful with the transplanted area.

You may experience a slight numbness on the top of your head, but there is no need to worry as this will eventually go away by the third week after the transplant.

Day 6 onwards:</ h2>

From day 6 onwards, all the previous instructions remain the same.

You can gradually resume your physical activities such as walking and light weight lifting. However, avoid any activity where there is a risk of head injury.

Continue shampooing your hair twice a day.

By day six, you might have finished most of the medications provided by the clinic. There is usually no need to take any further medications, except for a mild painkiller if you are too sensitive and experience slight pain or soreness on the back of your head, which is the boundary area from where the hair roots were extracted.


After day 6, you may notice small crusts coming out while shampooing the transplanted area. This is a normal part of the healing process, and many people remove the crusts by day 7 or 8.

Once the crusts are removed, you will get the first glimpse of your transplanted hair, including their direction and density.

As per the clinic’s protocol, the first session of PRP (Platelet-Rich Plasma) is usually scheduled around 3.5 to 4 months after the transplant. However, if you are an NRI or have undergone new platinum dht treatment or new platinum FE, the timeline for your PRP session may be different.

After day 15, you need to start using hair serums and the multi-vitamin tablets recommended by the clinic.

After the 20th day, you may experience the shedding of the transplanted hairs during head wash. This is a temporary phase known as shock loss. Rest assured that the transplanted hair will grow back eventually.

Continue using the prescribed multi-vitamins and serums as advised.

Your subsequent PRP sessions will be scheduled at intervals of two to three months until you achieve your final desired results.


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