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Hairfall and Psoriasis
I am having psoriasis from last 8 years. I came to Bangalore 1 year ago and my hairline has receded significantly. Can I undergo hair transplant?. I am afraid that psoriasis on scalp will effect the hair transplant and it may spread vigorously on my scalp.
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Your psoriasis has to be under complete control without any oral medicines before you undergo a transplant. It would be best to undergo a transplant in the beginning of summer season when psoriasis goes naturally into remission. It would be best to choose a dermatologist who does hair transplant as opposed to hair transplant surgeons from other specialities, as they can assess best in your case. Warm regards. Dr. Rajdeep Mysore. Chirag Hospital Bangalore
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