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PRP or Platelet-rich plasma therapy is a form of hair regenerative procedure that uses a patient’s own blood cells to boost the natural growth factors of the scalp to stimulate hair growth. Our experienced doctors use PRP injections to reduce hair loss in males and females.
The following steps are involved in PRP injections for hair loss:
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PRP is not only being hailed as a novel approach to promote and restore hair growth but it is also being hailed as one of the safest cosmetic hair growth choices available today. Regardless, for individuals who are dealing with hair loss, it remains a very promising and feasible choice.
here is a minor risk of infection, blood vessel injury, and bleeding with any form of injection. When a tendon or ligament is injected, there is a tiny chance of damage. While not technically a side effect, many patients will suffer greater pain or discomfort following therapy for a short time. If you've been sick or have a fever, you should talk to your doctor before using this medication.
While everyone's pain tolerance is different, PRP injections have been reported to cause very mildly to moderate discomfort. Initially, a needle is used to draw blood from an arm vein, and then little needles are utilised to provide the injection (s).
In 2-6 weeks, you should see the first results. With each week that passes, you'll notice that the pain is lessening. Within 6-9 months of treatment, many patients notice significant improvements.