Will I continue to lose my natural hair after a hair transplant?

After a hair transplant, it’s possible for some individuals to continue experiencing natural hair loss. This is because hair loss can be caused by various factors, including genetic predisposition and hormonal changes, which may continue to affect the non-transplanted hair.

It’s important to note that a hair transplant involves relocating healthy hair follicles from the donor area to the recipient area, where hair loss has occurred. The transplanted hair follicles are typically resistant to the factors causing hair loss in the recipient area, which means they can continue to grow even when the surrounding natural hair might be thinning or falling out.

To better understand your specific situation and determine the most suitable course of action, it is recommended to consult with a qualified hair transplant specialist. They can assess your hair loss pattern, discuss potential future hair loss, and provide personalized recommendations for maintaining the results of your hair transplant.