Hair transplant is widely accepted procedure all over the world as it is very safe and has good results. But many a times, it may not be suitable for the individual as there are some risks associated with the procedure. Generally, hair transplant is not recommended in the following cases:
If a person has any bleeding disorders or is on blood thinning medications, this procedure may not be performed as the patient may bleed profusely that may cause further problems. It is important to check platelet counts and any medications the person is taking should be notified to the doctor.
Any fungal, bacterial, and viral infection may cause complications post surgery. Therefore, it is important to treat the ongoing infection prior to hair transplant. Infection can hinder the healing process or may lead to pus formation and failure of transplant.
Temporary hair loss
If your hair is not growing back even after conservative treatment, your doctor will recommend you to go for a hair transplant. It is not a wise decision to go under the knife in a hurry.
Diabetes can lead to poor healing of the transplant site. Your may ask you to follow a strict diet and control your sugar level before you undergo hair transplant or it might not be successful.