I want a hair transplant, but my hair fall has not stopped yet.
Que: I am 30 years old and am really thinking of getting a hair transplant really soon. But the problem is that my hair is still falling out. What do you suggest I do? Ans: We normally do not recommend a hair transplant to anyone who is still struggling with hair loss. For a transplant to be successful, it is crucial that the hair loss has stabilised. If you are losing more than 100 hair per day, then the hair loss pattern would not be clearly defined. However, if there are complete bald patches, you could go for a transplant in that area.