Managing PCOS & Hair Loss: Hair Transplant Treatment with Natural-Looking Results

If you are diagnosed with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS), there are chances that you will be facing troubling symptoms on both physical and emotional levels. The disorder can cause various symptoms including excess facial and body hair, hair loss from the scalp, being prone to break-outs & acne, bloating & more.


While many with PCOS may not even experience its symptoms, some individuals need to follow a strict diet plan and healthy lifestyle in order to suppress these symptoms. If you are experiencing hair thinning and hair loss, getting a hair transplant is the most effective solution to female pattern hair loss.


Female pattern hair loss can have the following characteristics:


  1. Hair falls mainly from the frontal and parietal (side) areas of the scalp.
  2. The hair that is located around the parting region starts growing thinner.
  3. The hairlines begin to recede above the temples.
PCOS hair loss can also lead to losing more than 100-200 hair strands on daily basis. There may be more hair on clothes, furniture, and pillowcase than normal.

Hair transplant surgery involves implanting hair on the scalp. Hair and hair follicles are removed from one area with a lot of hair and transplanted on bald patches or areas with less hair.
Orange Tree hair and aesthetic restoration clinic are one the best hair transplant clinics in Delhi, Kolkata, and Manipur. With 20+ years of experience in hair loss revival via hair transplant surgery, the clinic has proven to provide effective and instant solutions.
When do patients see results from a hair transplant surgery?
After a successful hair transplant surgery, it usually takes between six and nine months to get proper visible results. For some patients, it might even take longer up until 12 months. 

It is important for proper care post-surgery to get the best results, and it is important that you discuss your options with your doctor. Some doctors may even recommend a medicine that treats hair loss.