View Full Version : Hair transplantation and weigh loss patch treatments

06-21-2011, 02:45 AM
Hi Friends,

I had a Hairtransplantation treatment 10 weeks back and currently having finpecia tablets every day as advised by my doctor.

I just started using a weighloss patch which uses trans-dermal process for suppressing diet and help in high metabolism and control hair loss. I was just wondering if this will affect the hair regrowth after the transplantation?

You can search in google for slimweightpatch to know more about ingredients.

Please advice.


06-21-2011, 02:48 AM
I doubt it.

06-21-2011, 05:36 AM
thanks Spex. do you know if any one who have tried these both to gather? not sure if u got a chance to have a look at the ingrediants of the slim patch to know if it has any effects on Hair growth.

One more question is: Since a weight loss patch might suppress the food carvings and inturn reduce the nutrients intake.. is there any specific veg/fruits I can have more to make sure the hair growth nutrients are available in abundand in my body?


06-22-2011, 05:40 AM
I can't speak to the effects of all the ingredients as I have no experience with weightloss patches. (I need to gain weight myself, if anything!) In general though speeding up a slow metabolism (and losing excess weight) will be good for your health and therefore good for your hair, so it's intended purpose won't be harmful. Being overweight can cause hypothyroid and diabetes (as I'm sure you know) and sometimes people can experience sub-clinical forms of these illnesses before blood tests lead to a full diagnosis. Both can negatively effect a person's hair. You're on the right track.

I don't imagine that the patch will reduce your appetite to a point that you won't be eating enough. If the patch works then you'll want to eat less, but as long as you eat the type of foods that would be recommended to anyone who wants to follow a healthy diet, you'll be consuming everything you need. Just don't satisfy your reduced appetite only with snacks and junk food. :D

06-25-2011, 04:54 PM
Thanks Matt.