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How many times we can use prp treatment is possible? Some clinic say if your hair is not grown then we apply this treatment twice a month for 3 months. Means 6 times for 3 months.
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PLATELET RICH PLASMA THERAPY(PRP).- Its contains seven platelet  derived growth factors , its used for healing process. In hair treatment it won't create the new hair but it rejuvinates/stimulates  the excisting minaturised hairs to grow thicker &healthier. So it will do hair rejuvination & overall hair fall stops and hair texture improves along with the home care like minoxidil,peptides,biotin supplements.. etc it works better also it can be used post hair hairtransplant as an adjuvant therapy. Regarding the frequency depends on your grades of your alopecia... intially can be done monthly twice for 2-3 months &afterwards can be maintained monthly once for 6 months. As such there is no such rule how many sessions it need  to be taken , After finishing the above number of sessions it can be used as maintenance therapy once in a 3 months also along with the home care medicines.
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