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Old 09-15-2017, 05:48 AM
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Default How to Sleep after Hair Transpalnt Surgery?

After the surgery its really important to take proper sleep to remove all the tiredness. A best hair transplant surgeon in India will provide you all the details after the hair transplant surgery. If anyone from you want to know then you can follow these tips.

Use soft pillows while resting or in the night and they must have clean clothings.

There will be a discharge from the scalp, so keep a black cover on the pillow to avoid soiling and patching of the white clothings

Avoid sleeping on the bandages

The removable sutures or the bandages will be removed after a few days or a week. This is applicable to the Follicular Unit Transplantation

Pouring water on the scalp rather than washing it

On the 6th day after a hair transplant procedure, you are free to pour water on the scalp, but not washing it. You can use a cup to do this or someone else can help you.
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Old 10-23-2017, 09:43 AM
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Thank you for your tips
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Old 01-24-2018, 08:51 PM
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I imagine this is the same in a lot of cases - the doctor will give you pills to take consisting of pain killers which help you sleep and anti-biotics.

Though it doesn't sound too comfortable, use a neck pillow as well. That will keep you from moving when you're sleeping and rubbing any grafted hair out. ie. sleep on your back.
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