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Is Sweating Bad After Hair Transplant?

Hair Transplant

By Emel Gerdaneri • Medical review by ClinicExpert

Is Sweating Bad After Hair Transplant?

If you are considering a hair transplant this summer, you may be worried about how to take care of your hair and scalp right after your surgery. How do we know?

Many people think that sweating can cause problems after having a hair transplant. This thought causes so much panic in most people that routine life is greatly limited by the fear that the transplanted hair will not grow.

If you are in such a state of anxiety, we have great news for you: Sweating does not harm the transplanted hair.

We're not saying this: ClinicExpert doctors, a hair transplant center that has worked with thousands of men and women, say "sweating is not harmful to transplanted hair." says and adds useful tips on the subject.

Here is the information we received from the expert center for you:
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Sweating Is Not Harmful For Transplanted Hair!

“If you've had a hair transplant and you're worried about sweaty issues, you can relax. Because sweating does not remove the transplanted hair or prevent it from growing.

In fact, excessive moisture on the scalp creates ideal conditions for microbial growth. However, keep your hair and scalp clean during the post-operative period!

There are small incisions in the donor area from which hair is taken, and this area heals within a few days. All you need to do during this short-term recovery period is to rinse the area with warm water.

"How can I do that?" If you say so, let's answer right away: You can use a pitcher or bowl to apply this process.

It doesn't hurt to wash the area and the rest of your hair regularly after the donor area has healed."

Will Newly Planted Hair Be Damaged When I Do Hard Scrubbing?

hari transplant“For the first 7 to 10 days when the treated scalp is healing, it is important not to dislodge the transplanted roots while washing your hair. Because the blood vessels in this area go through the healing process along with the skin.

For this reason, it is of great importance that you wash it as gently as possible. If your scalp bleeds while performing the cleansing process, this indicates that you have removed a planted root.

If you experience such a situation, it would be beneficial to contact the center where you had the procedure done.”
You can apply daily washing to prevent the formation of crusts on the treated areas of your scalp. In the daily washing process, you can get help from a soft-textured sponge and massage it carefully with this sponge.

However, you may experience crusting for certain reasons. ClinicExpert doctors also offered some explanations about what you can do in this situation. Here are the details:
 “If crusts appear in the treated area, it can be gently massaged with the help of a cotton swab dipped in soapy water. But you have to make sure you don't rub too hard.

For this, it will be sufficient to gently roll the cotton tip over the shell. With this process, you can clean the crusts without damaging the sensitive blood vessels in the area.
At the end of 10 days after the procedure, you can start washing your hair routinely.”
We have presented all the details about what you need to know and what you need to know about post-hair transplant and sweating.

If you are considering a hair transplant, you may be wondering about many issues. For this reason, you can consult ClinicExpert, which is happy to share its experience while caring for thousands of patients, and plan your hair transplant process.

Written on 20/05/2021


Last Update: 14/06/2022

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