8 days after hair transplant.
10 days after hair transplant images.
During these post-op days, it’s important to keep in mind that you won’t see much visible results yet. The transplanted hair will still be in the early stages of healing and growth, and it may take several months before new hair begins to grow.
However, taking photographs of the progress each day can be helpful in tracking the healing process and seeing the gradual changes. It’s important to keep in mind that hair growth is a gradual process and it may take up to a year for the final results to be visible.
During the 8th to 11th days after a FUE hair transplant, the transplanted area may be swollen and tender. Some redness and scabbing is also normal. The surgeon will give you instructions on how to care for the area, including how to wash your hair, what types of products to use, and when to return for follow-up appointments.
It’s important to avoid any activities that may cause trauma to the transplanted area, such as heavy exercise, swimming, and excessive sun exposure. You should also avoid any activities that may cause sweating, such as saunas or hot tubs, as this can increase the risk of infection.
During this time, it is also important to take the medication prescribed by the surgeon to reduce pain and inflammation. It’s important to follow the instructions of the surgeon or a medical professional closely during the post-operative period, as it is essential to ensure optimal healing and the best results.