Hair transplantation is generally not recommended for women who are pregnant. During pregnancy, the body undergoes many changes, including hormonal changes that can affect hair growth and texture. These hormonal changes can also make it difficult to predict the outcome of a hair transplant procedure. In addition, undergoing any kind of surgery during pregnancy carries potential risks to both the mother and the fetus, and the safety of hair transplantation during pregnancy has not been well-studied. Therefore, most hair transplant surgeons will advise women to wait until after the pregnancy and breastfeeding period is over before considering a hair transplant procedure. If you are pregnant or planning to become pregnant, it's important to discuss any concerns or questions you have about hair transplantation with your doctor or hair transplant surgeon. They can provide you with personalized advice based on your individual circumstances and help you make an informed decision about the best course of action for your hair restoration needs.