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Does PRP / LASER TREATMENT/ RED LIGHT do anything for hair at all ?!

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I mean; the native hair, the one who might fall after hair-transplant, the one who was still up when we had the transplant;

Can it be held / protected by PRP / laser treatment / red light in any way  ? If yes, can you provide proof /real photos with people who had results, not advertising from clinics ?

Thank you,

Davis. A

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13 hours ago, axor said:

I mean; the native hair, the one who might fall after hair-transplant, the one who was still up when we had the transplant;

Can it be held / protected by PRP / laser treatment / red light in any way  ? If yes, can you provide proof /real photos with people who had results, not advertising from clinics ?

Thank you,

Davis. A

1. PRP is just a therapy. It could boost the effects of other treatments like medicines etc. It cannot be taken as a treatment in itself. 

2. Laser treatment and red light are just for cosmetic purposes most of the times with no scientific evidence or proof for support during hairfall or baldness.

3. If you are experiencing Androgenetic Alopecia then you should consider taking Finasteride to prevent any further progression of the same, i.e., after consulting a Dermatologist.


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PRP has been a beneficial addition for me on top of the "standard' medical regimen. I just had my second treatment about a month ago. 

You can see my thread here:

 

 

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On 12/8/2019 at 2:38 PM, Gabreille Nelson Mukhia said:

1. PRP is just a therapy. It could boost the effects of other treatments like medicines etc. It cannot be taken as a treatment in itself. 

2. Laser treatment and red light are just for cosmetic purposes most of the times with no scientific evidence or proof for support during hairfall or baldness.

3. If you are experiencing Androgenetic Alopecia then you should consider taking Finasteride to prevent any further progression of the same, i.e., after consulting a Dermatologist.

I d rather have no scalp than take finasteride;

 

as I saw reports of permanent erectile dysfunction after intake of finasteride,  problems that popped randomly after months or years of finasteride workinggreat!!

 

and effects that never stopped or resulted in suicide of the person; I d rather have a sexual function.

 

Thanksss

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