PRP in India for hair loss

Are you suffering from hair thinning? Do you have self-esteem issues because of your hair? 

PRP (platelet-rich plasma) is a treatment for hair restoration for men and women.  

In this article, Dr. G.k Sharma, will discuss prp (platelet rich plasma) treatment for hair loss. Dr. G.K Sharma, from Regrow clinic which is one of the best hair transplant clinic in India has performed over 1000 hair transplant surgeries.

Below you’ll be reading more about PRP,

What is PRP (platelet-rich plasma) treatment?

PRP therapy is a treatment where your blood is drawn, processed, and then injected into the bald area of your scalp. Stem cells and platelets work together in your body, complementing one another as they heal injuries and diseases.

PRP and stem cells come from different sources. Stem cells can come from several possible sources, including different locations in your body and amniotic/umbilical sources. Medical professionals claim that the technique triggers the scalp’s natural hair growth. The technique is occasionally combined with other hair loss treatments or medications to achieve the best results.

The high success rate of platelet-rich plasma (PRP) treatment has attracted much interest. It works well in treating androgenetic alopecia(Androgenetic alopecia is a common form of hair loss in both men and women)

Procedure for PRP Treatment

Dr. G.K Sharma from Regrow clinic, one of the best hair transplant clinics in India says that In most cases, you will require four to six sessions 4-6 weeks apart to complete your PRP therapy treatment. After that, you might need a couple of maintenance sessions according to your requirements.

Steps in prp treatment

The steps involved in PRP treatment are as follows;

I. Collect patient’s blood

Less than two ounces (between 15 to 50 milliliters) are required for the procedure. The collection is virtually identical to giving blood for a blood test, with a collection needle inserted into a vein in the arm and the blood captured in a small vial.

II. Centrifuge the blood

A centrifuge is a device that spins at high speeds. This action physically separates the solid and liquid parts of the blood: red blood cells (erythrocytes), white blood cells (leukocytes), platelets (thrombocytes), and plasma (liquid).

III. Process and collect platelets

Regular blood contains about 200,000 platelets per milliliter, while platelet-rich plasma contains as much as five times that amount. The resulting three to seven milliliters of platelet-rich plasma will be collected in a syringe to be administered immediately.

IV. Inject PRP

The final syringe of platelet-rich plasma will contain approximately 1-2 teaspoons of fluid. With the guidance of an ultrasound probe, the PRP will be guided into the proper location based on the injury being treated.

Advantages of PRP(platelet rich plasma)

  • PRP treatment is a non-surgical process.
  • There is no scope for having a scar.
  • It is a safe procedure as your blood cells are used.
  • The process is the least painful.
  • It triggers the blood flow into your hair follicles on the scalp, thereby boosting hair growth.
  • The cost of this treatment is comparably less than other methods.
  • It controls the hair growth cycle.
  • There is no side effect.

Precautions for PRP treatment

You should inform the doctor about your existing condition such as any of the following in order to enable the doctor to make the right decision for you.

  • having immunosuppressive conditions like HIV or HTV
  • have cancer
  • having skin conditions, blood issues, viral infections, and platelet abnormalities
  • Are Pregnant
  • having a chronic liver condition
  • being metabolically unsound
  • Platelet disorder


Consistency is essential for the finest outcomes. Depending on the reaction and outcomes of each patient, treatments are normally administered once a month for the first three to four months and then every three to six months after that. According to Dr. G.k Sharma , following this treatment will yield the first benefits in two to three months.

Patients typically observe less hair shedding as the first benefit, then early regeneration and longer hair, “says Dr. G.K Sharma, from regrow clinic, one of the best hair transplant clinics in India. 

“According to the majority opinion, it is ideal to continue stimulating the growth factors and stem cells linked to hair regrowth and halting hair loss by undergoing treatments every three to six months over the long term.

As we previously stated, it’s critical to remember that PRP can—and should—be a component of a comprehensive approach to treating hair thinning and loss. According to Dr. G.K Sharma, if you are post-menopausal, your dermatologist may also recommend medications such as finasteride or spironolactone to help encourage hair regrowth.

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