PRP Treatment

“Nothing is more depressing than looking in the mirror one day and realizing you’re permanently losing your hair,” says Dr. Manas Jain, who provides one of the best hair transplant in Mysore, Karnataka.

When you look back at old photos, you’ll notice how quickly you’re losing what you had and, perhaps, took for granted. But don’t get discouraged.

That’s because PRP injections are a treatment that can help. Most importantly, if you’re losing your hair, you should consult your doctor.

Because you need to know why you’re losing your hair in the first place, you could end up squandering a lot of money on various hair treatments that don’t address the underlying problem. So make an appointment for a check-up.

The benefit of PRP injections is that they can help improve the overall health of your hair. This treatment isn’t only for people who are losing their hair.

It’s a standard “natural” hair loss treatment that many people opt for even after a hair transplant.

According to Dr. Manas Jain from Mysore, Platelet-Rich Plasma (PRP) is a type of plasma containing many platelets.

It’s right there in the name: platelet-rich plasma. Platelets are commonly known for their ability to clot blood. When our skin sustains physical trauma, platelets come to the rescue.

Platelets, however, are capable of much more. They also contain proteins and growth factors that aid wound healing, cell growth, and damage repair.

Platelets’ function led to the hypothesis that they could help with hair loss as well. Hair loss is thought to be caused by damage to the hair follicles.

As a result, platelet injections would aid in repairing damage and promoting natural hair growth. It also increases blood flow to the hair follicles’ roots. This boosts their growth by providing them with more nourishing nutrients.

Why Is PRP Hair Loss Treatment Called “Natural”?

This is because it makes use of the patient’s blood. The surgeon will take blood from you after you arrive at the hair loss clinic.

He’ll then spin it in a centrifuge to separate the red blood cells, white blood cells, platelets, and plasma from the rest of the blood. Plasma with a high concentration of platelets is taken and injected into various areas of the scalp.

Because the treatment uses the patient’s blood, there aren’t likely any severe side effects. Swelling, itchiness, tenderness, and minor bleeding are all possible side effects (on the injection site).

What Is PRP Treatment?

Your practitioner may apply a numbing cream to your skin after you arrive at the clinic to not feel any pain or discomfort during the procedure.

Because the procedure is minimally invasive, you should only experience minor discomfort and bruising for a few days. It doesn’t require any downtime, so you can get the treatment and get on with your day.

You’ll only need to spend an hour in the hair clinic because the practitioner will administer the injections at that time.

Every 4-6 weeks, you should get at least four PRP injections to treat your hair loss. After that, PRP injections should be done every 4-6 months.

After that, you can get an infusion once a year. It would be beneficial if you received the injections to see the results, just as you would with topical hair loss treatments (minoxidil and Finasteride).

One injection will not provide long-term results.

“Your doctor will devise an injection strategy for you based on your hair loss and medical condition. He will also tell you how often you’ll need injections each year. As a result, make sure to talk to your doctor about it,” says Dr. Manas Jain, the excellent hair transplant surgeon. 

Is PRP Therapy a Long-Term Hair Loss Treatment?

Regrettably, this is not the case. Hair growth can be accelerated with PRP therapy. However, it is unable to treat permanent hair loss.

Many people receive this treatment for a few years after receiving a hair transplant to strengthen the hair roots and promote healthy hair growth.

PRP injections are not a permanent cure for hair loss, so if you have pattern hair loss, you may benefit more from hair transplant surgery. Nonetheless, combining PRP injections with hair transplants can improve the procedure’s results. 

Dr. Manas Jain treats a patient with Male Pattern Baldness With Bio-FUE & PRP.

The patient was a male, and he was 32 years old. He had hair thinning and severe hair loss symptoms. Dr. Manas Jain performed tests such as preoperative blood tests for hair transplantation and RTPCR-COVID. The patient was diagnosed with Male pattern baldness (Androgenic alopecia). Dr. Manas Jain treated the patient with Bio FUE hair transplant and PRP therapy.

Bio-FUE is an innovative version of the FUE hair transplant procedure. In Bio-FUE, the surgeon takes hair grafts from the donor area and keeps them in platelet-rich plasma (PRP) solution. It is a nutrient-dense solution that helps hair grafts survive outside of the body. It also improves the hair grafts’ growth factors. The surgeon places these grafts in the bald area.

Dr. Manav SN performed a Bio-FUE hair transplant on the patient. In the bald area, the doctor implanted around 3000 hair grafts. The doctor also used PRP therapy to improve the outcomes. 

Post-Treatment guidelines :

Dr. Manav prescribed certain medications to the patient after the hair transplant, including pain killers and antibiotics. He also gave the patient some post-operative instructions. Our clinic staff also checked in on the patient frequently to see how he was doing. 

Feedback :

This is what the patient said, “I visited several different clinics before coming to Reniu Hair Clinic, but none of them seemed to meet my expectations. On the other hand, Reniu Clinic has surgeons with a wealth of experience and a warm demeanor. They continually monitored my progress following my hair transplant. Dr. Manav SN performed my surgery, and I am pleased with the results. Thank you, Dr. Manav and the entire staff of Reniu clinic.” 


PRP therapy has a lot of potential for treating hair loss. PRP therapy is a good option if you want to give your hair a healthy boost. A hair transplant may not prevent permanent hair loss, but it can help you grow your hair.

About The Author:

Murshid Paravath is a passionate health blogger. Enjoys writing about all of the health-related issues that affect various parts of the body and addressing her readers about the care that needs to be taken in today’s world.

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