The doctor decides whether there are any contraindications for this treatment. They are completely different with different hair loss treatments. The lowest risk of contraindications is associated with treatments such as mesotherapy, carboxytherapy and platelet-rich plasma. Mesotherapy is not performed in people who are forced to take anticoagulants or whose skin is infected. Contraindication to carboxytherapy are cardiovascular complaints, phlebitis or unregulated problems with blood pressure. Plasma treatments are not performed during menstruation, or when the person who wants to undergo the treatment is pregnant, has dermatosis or is in the process of skin infection.
Preparations with minoxidil are not used in the case of active diseases and damage to the continuity of tissues in the places where it was to be applied. It is also forbidden during pregnancy. Glucocorticosteroids are quite a large group of drugs, they can be used, provided that they are properly matched to the specificity of the problem and the specific patient. However, in relation to them, a fairly wide catalog of side effects has been constructed, so it is not recommended to use them in people who already experience ailments that may appear after taking medications. The contraindication to the use of finasterides is usually being a woman of childbearing age. It must not be used during pregnancy and should not be chosen for the treatment of children. That is why it is used mainly in men, and in the case of women, alternatives with a similar effect are sought, the use of which will not be associated with excessive risk, and will help to get rid of the problem. Transplants, on the other hand, will not be performed by people with general poor health, scalp diseases or problems with blood clotting. Before commencing such a procedure, the Patient must undergo a checkup in order to qualify for the procedure.