PRP Hair Fall Treatments

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Here's What You Need to Know About Platelet-Rich Plasma Treatment for Hair Loss

PRP therapy is a very simple procedure in which the patient’s blood is drawn, then spun in a centrifuge machine and the Platelet Rich Plasma is separated and removed from the rest of the blood. Subsequently, the PRP which is thus obtained is activated and then injected in the scalp. There is just a bit of mild discomfort that a patient experiences during the procedure, along with the PRP treatment, the patient is also advised to take certain oral medications, hair serums and lotions on a regular basis to help deal with the hairloss.


The patient should ensure that the doctor is aware of any prescriptions and over-the-counter medications the patient is using. It is especially important to follow the doctor’s instructions regarding medications that prolong bleeding, such as aspirin, naproxen, ibuprofen or blood thinners. The patient should not take aspirin unless a doctor has prescribed it, but acetaminophen is fine for a headache. When PRP is used to treat hair loss, the patient should wash their hair the day of treatment, and not use any products on the hair. A clean hat should be brought to the appointment and worn after the procedure to protect the area. Because PRP therapy involves drawing blood, it is important for the patient to eat a meal before the procedure to avoid lightheadedness.

The Procedure

Steps involve in the process of PRP
  • Step 1: Involves withdrawing the patient’s blood.
  • Step 2: The blood by the double spin method using PRP ultra which is an automated, refrigrated prp machince
  • Step 3: We extract the platelet rich portion of the blood
  • Step 4: We then activate the PRP using a special agent
  • Step 5: Then injecting this activated PRP which has high concentration of platelets and growth factors back on the scalp in areas of hair thinning

After PRP Treatment

The patient should avoid washing the treatment area for 48 hours. After that, it is all right to use hair and skin care products and continue with topical medications. The treatment area may be sore for two or three days, and the patient may notice some bruising. Acetaminophen can help ease discomfort. In case of severe pain, the patient should notify the doctor’s office right away. Hair dye or coloring treatments can resume one week after PRP treatment. The effect of treatment is most noticeable after at least six months. Repeat treatments may be necessary to maintain the improvement in hair growth and texture.

PRP Therapy, Results Oriented Treatment

After 3 session of PRP along with oral and topical medications
After 4 session of PRP along with oral and topical medications
After 3 session of PRP along with oral and topical medications
After 6 session of PRP along with oral and topical medications

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