Hair Transplant Surgery May Be Too Risky To Try; Serious Problems Reported

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Knowing the risks of other hair restoration methods, Selmedica Healthcare has developed a newer method that is both natural and safe.

Medical experts are warning hair loss sufferers that hair transplant surgery may not be as safe as once thought and that other options, such as using natural vitamins and nutrients should be considered.

One consideration is a new pill and topical solution called Heradone, which medical experts say is packed with natural vitamins and nutrients that feed into your scalp, acting as a hair growth fertilizer.

According to doctors with, hair transplant surgery can cause severe complications, such as scarring and infection.

“Medical conditions that could cause problems during or after surgery, include uncontrolled high blood pressure, blood-clotting problems, or the tendency to form excessive scars,” the Web site said.

Hair transplants consist of removal of tiny plugs of hair from areas where the hair is continuing to grow and placing them in areas that are balding.

Henry Thomas, 41, of Houston, said he underwent hair transplant surgery two years ago and ended up with blood-clots and severe scarring to his scalp.

“It was a painful experience,” he recalled. “I thought surgery would solve all of my problems, but all it did was give me more problems. Luckily, I found out about Heradone from a friend of mine. I ordered it and it restored my hair fast and also treated the scarring I had from surgery. Heradone is truly amazing and I think anyone with hair loss problems should try it.”

Heradone is manufactured by Memphis-based Selmedica Healthcare. For more information about hair loss, visit


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