Often we question whether it is possible to get a hair transplant from another person. If you consider it in the perspective of the theory, this is very much possible. It is possible to take hair from another person, who becomes the donor. Thereby, the transplantation takes place in another person, who is the recipient.
The recipient has to depend on immunosuprresive medication for the rest of his/her life so that there is no rejection and hair continues to grow.
When you consider the same question in a practical way, the answer will be a clear no. it is absolutely not possible from receiving hair from another person in the current era. The question is why it is not possible. the answer lies in the wrong perception and assumption that people have and make in regards to the immunosuppressive medications.
People have the very wrong conception that immunosuppressive medications are safe for long term consumption. The fact is absolutely the opposite. Such medications have serious health implications and side effects and might not show same results for all for preventing rejection and continous hair growth. Some of the side effects include:
It has been found that individuals who undergo any kind of organ transplant have shorter life, and a higher possibility of dying of cancer and other non-cancer causes as well. The immunosuppressive medications have some serious implications and it is best to prevent for consumption to avoid complications in your body.
But in a rare situation, like in case of identical twins, hair transplant from another person might be possible without the need of the medication.