Can PRP grow hair?

               Hair loss and thinning problems are a big problem for both men and women. Because when I get older, my hair will become thinner, brittle, easier to break Can be modified with Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) is our blood. Into the process of spinning, separating the Plasma part, which has Growth Factor and when injected to nourish the hair roots Will stimulate the hair to become stronger Hair that is stronger, looks thicker, can be noticed from the time you wash your hair. Hair will fall more difficult. Fewer hands. This method is a method that has obvious results. There is research support. But patients must prepare themselves. Must not smoke Does not make the body shabby Because the amount of Growth Factor will vary according to the health of the patient. If the patient is completely healthy. There will be a lot of growth factors. These growth factors can nourish the hair. Makes the hair healthy and better.

             PRP can be done 3 to 5 times a year to make the hair stronger, look thicker. But depending on the patient And the blood collection technique that removes the growth factor. However, the PRP has limitations. Not everyone can do it. In people with cancer, autoimmune diseases such as SLE, immunodeficiency Or that chronic diseases such as diabetes should not be PRP.

             PRP can be done in people after birth. That has hair loss problems And in people with baldness Many people may be wondering if PRP can be used to help. The answer is that the doctor should best assess whether PRP can be used or whether hair transplants are used instead. Because some people may be bald. But there are still holes in the hair follicles. Injecting PRP will help stimulate the growth of the hair follicle.

             However, we must find the cause of that hair loss first. What caused Some people may be caused by abnormal hormones. Such as being a thyroid or having a cyst in the ovary Or some people may be caused by a scalp fungal infection. Therefore, the diagnosis In order to be important for correct treatment.

 

 

Information provided by: Dr. Patcharanan Lengwaha Sathit.

Compiled by: Medisci