When it comes to her hair, Kourtney Kardashian will do whatever it takes to keep her it all on her head.
In the Keeping Up With The Kardashians season 17 premiere on Sunday, the 40-year-old was informed by her sister Kim that there was a ‘bald’ spot on the top of her head.
And the mom-of-three wasted no time jumping to action, she quickly made an appointment for plasma injections to the help the hair grow back.
During a sisterly chat, the KKW founder alerted her big sis to a spot missing some hair on her head, and suggested it was worth a hospital visit.
‘Kourtney, you have a really big spot on the top of your head,’ the 38-year-old said. ‘Look down, Kourtney. Oh my god, I’m afraid for your life. Have you seen that?’
The Poosh founder replied ‘No, but I feel it,’ and continued ‘It’s a hole in my head. I swear it’s from my ponytail, it was so tight that I had a bump on my head.’
While Kim suggested ‘Your hair is gone, you’re bald. You have to go to the hospital right now.’
Kourtney ultimately decided on a less immediate route and with a plastic surgeon.
She was later seen on a trip to the doctor as she said: ‘Today I’m getting PRP [platelet-rich plasma], which is where they take your blood and spin it and they use your plasma and they inject it in my head for my hair to grow back.’
She saw plastic surgeon Dr. Jason Diamond and he suggested a few injections over a few months and he felt she would be ‘fine.’
‘I definitely think that we should get some injections in there,’ the doctor said.
He continued: ‘I think you probably need two or three series, maybe once a month for the next three months and I think you’ll be fine.’
The new season of their hit reality show began on Sunday.
The mother-of-four broke down in tears as her doctor revealed she’s tested positive for lupus antibodies during Sunday’s premiere of Keeping Up With The Kardashians.
Comforted by sister Kylie Jenner, the reality star, admitted she’d been experiencing swollen joints, headaches and general fatigue ahead of the arrival of her fourth child Psalm, who was born via surrogate in May.
The TV personality – who also tested positive for rheumatoid arthritis (RA) – was reassured by Dr. Daniel Wallace as he said the results don’t confirm the presence of the diseases