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Since hair transplantation is a completely personalized operation, the patient’s health status is one of the determining factors in whether or not he/she is suitable for hair transplantation. While some diseases prevent hair transplantation, some diseases can be triggered with hair transplantation. Hair transplantation by people with certain infectious diseases may pose a threat to both those people and the people who perform the operation.  Although hair loss is treatable, some situations can prevent it. Let’s take a look at the conditions and diseases that prevent hair transplantation.

Does diabetes prevent hair transplantation?

Diabetics should give the necessary information to both their doctors and the doctor who will perform the hair transplant before having a hair transplant procedure. Since the level of each diabetic is different, it is not recommended for patients with advanced diabetes to have a hair transplant. If diabetes does not respond to treatment and if the patient has significant problems in the healing of wounds and blood clotting due to the advanced stage of diabetes, hair transplantation cannot be performed.

Those with heart disease should not have hair transplantation

It is not recommended for people with chronic heart disease to have a hair transplant operation. Since chronic diseases last for a lifetime, the drugs used during hair transplantation and during the healing process can cause various complications.

Can blood pressure patients have hair transplantation?

Before the hair transplant operation on blood pressure patients, the patient should definitely get approval from his/her doctor. Before the operation, the necessary drugs are given to the patient and the blood pressure is kept under control throughout the operation. This can be done especially for high blood pressure patients. However, high blood pressure patients should avoid hair transplantation.

Hepatitis patients cannot have hair transplantation

Since hepatitis is contagious, hair transplantation is not recommended for people with this disease. While hair transplantation cannot be done for hepatitis C patients, it can be applied after the necessary conditions are established for hepatitis A and B patients.

HIV patients should stay away from hair transplantation

HIV and AIDS patients may encounter very serious complications due to the great risk of infection that may be transmitted to them during the operation and the weak immunity of the patient. For this reason, it is forbidden for these people to have hair transplants.

Can hemophilia patients have a hair transplant?

Hair transplantation is not performed for patients with hemophilia, known as non-clotting or delayed coagulation of the blood. Because hair transplantation is an operation that takes about 6-10 hours and there is a little bleeding during the operation. Hair transplantation is not performed in hemophiliac patients, as the continuous watering of the blood and non-coagulation may endanger the life of the patient.

Do thyroid disorders prevent hair transplantation?

Different types of thyroid diseases cause hair loss and reduced hair density and lead to thinning. Hair transplantation can be done for people with thyroid disorders after consulting the doctor.


Apart from these diseases, people who do not have congenital hair and those who are undergoing chemotherapy cannot undergo hair transplantation. Hair transplantation can only be done under certain conditions for people who have lost their hair as a result of accidents and burns. Before having a hair transplant, you should inform your doctor about your current health condition. If you have one of the above special conditions or diseases, your hair transplant may not be done or may be postponed. If you want to experience the best hair transplant in Turkey made by paying attention to all these processes, you can contact us.




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