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Shock Loss After Hair Transplant

What is shock hair loss after a hair transplant? Why does shock hair loss occur? How many days does shock hair loss last ? Is shock loss something to be afraid of? Shock spillage after a hair transplant is among the questions wondered by people who have or want to have a hair transplant . In this article, we will talk about what you wonder about shock spillage after the hair restoration. So let’s get started .
If you are suffering from hair loss or a sparse and bald scalp , you can apply to our Hair Center of Turkey hair transplant clinic. You can ask your questions about hair transplant in Turkey and Istanbul hair transplant to our expert consultants.

What is Shock Hair Loss?

Shock shedding is an event that occurs between the 2nd and 8 th week after hair transplantation. Shock shedding is the temporary loss of transplanted hair follicles. Shock shedding occurs after every hair transplant.

Therefore, patients should not smell the odor due to shock shedding. After the shock shedding, the transplanted hair follicles begin to grow.

A few months after the operation, your natural and permanent hair begins to grow.

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Why Does Shock Loss Occur After Hair Transplantation?

Shock loss after hair transplantation is a natural and expected process that occurs in almost every hair transplant. During hair transplant, hair follicles are collected from the donor area. Then, channels are opened in the area to be transplanted and the hair follicles are transferred to these channels. The displacement of the hair follicles is considered a trauma in the body.

Although the hair restoration process is harmless,. it takes time for the hair follicles to adapt to their new  places .

In this case, hair follicles take themselves under protection. As a result, while the hair follicles remain under the skin in the balding area where transplantation is performed, they break and fall out in the upper part.

Shock shedding is a natural and expected process seen in every hair transplant procedure. The hair accepts the displacement of the hair follicles as trauma and starts to fall out as a defense mechanism. However, shortly after the shock shedding, the roots under the skin begin to grow.

When Does Shock Hair Loss Start?

Shock hair loss occurs between 2 and 8 weeks after a hair transplant. Shock shedding can occur at different times depending on the person’s head structure. In shock hair loss, approximately 80% of the hair is lost.

When Does Hair Start to Grow After Shock Loss?

It takes an average of 1-2 months for the hair to grow after shock hair loss. In this process, the sparse and thin hair begins to grow from the 4th month. By the end of the sixth month,80 % of the hair becomes visible. In addition, a 1-year period must be completed for the hair transplant process to end completely.

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Hair with a dense and healthy appearance will appear completely at the end of 1 year. The hair loss rate is very low after hair transplantation. However, if you have had a hair transplant at a young age, there is a possibility that the hair may fall out again as you get older.

Hair , beard and eyebrow transplant is performed under the supervision of experienced specialist doctors at the Hair Center of Turkey hair transplant clinic. If you are also experiencing hair loss or complaining of a sparse or bald scalp , you can apply to our hair transplant clinic.

You can ask any questions about hair transplants in Turkey and hair, eyebrow, and beard transplant in our Istanbul hair transplant clinic by calling our consultants at the Hair Center of Turkey hair transplant clinic .

FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

Shock loss is the complete loss of hair transplanted during the operation within 2 months after hair transplant. This is a completely natural part of the healing process.

The displacement of hair follicles is perceived as a trauma by the body. Hair follicles protect themselves under the skin. The remaining hairs on the skin begin to fall out.

Shock loss is part of the healing process after the operation. It is a completely natural and expected process. There is nothing to be afraid of.

Shock loss occurs between 2 and 8 weeks after hair transplant. Shock hair loss can occur at different times depending on the person’s mental structure.

New hair will start to grow within 2 to 4 months. At the end of the sixth month, 80% of new hair becomes visible. When 1 year has passed since the operation, all hair strands regain their health.

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About the Author: Dr. Eren Demir crop
Eren Demir was born in Izmir in 1989. In 2014, he graduated from Celal Bayar University Faculty of Medicine. He completed his doctorate and medical speciality training in the field of Anaesthesiology and Reanimation at Health Sciences University Haseki Training and Research Hospital. During the autumn and spring semesters of 2020-2021, he gave trainings on Basic Anaesthesia and Clinical Anaesthesia to many students as an academician at Gedik University. Specialist Doctor Eren Demir has many articles published in international refereed journals in his field. He is a member of the Turkish Society of Anaesthesiology and Reanimation. Eren Demir, who worked as a specialist doctor in various hospitals, worked as the responsible physician of Anaesthesiology and Reanimation Clinic in Avcılar Murat Kölük State Hospital affiliated to the Ministry of Health for many years. Eren Demir, who has been working in the fields of hair transplantation and aesthetics for many years, continues his valuable work as a Specialist Doctor at Hair Center of Turkey Hair Transplant Clinic.
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