Hi doctor, excuse me if i contact you again about the same topic. You already told me in another website that singing 8 days after hair transplant (FUE) isn’ t a problem. However, in that website, it wasn’t possible to use many words to explain my situation, so I’ll try here. I am a professional singer, and I sing high notes (which is equivalent to a “controlled” scream ). I read that, after a hair transplant, you can’t shout for some days (to avoid raise blood pressure), but I didn’t understand why you can’t shout (and also sing high notes). I am worried because 8-10 days after my hair transplant (FUE), I started to sing high notes. So I ask: if the pressure had increased, would I have risked something for my grafts? ( I repeat, 8-10 days after FUE.) Or you don’t have to scream only the first days? (If yes, how many days? ) I didn’t bleed.
You can sing, scream or do whatever you want, even run a marathon as early as 4 days after a hair transplant. The grafts should be well set in 4 days.