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Hi London, If the pain persists much longer, maybe your GP can refer you to a physician or clinic that specializes in chronic pain. Also, you may be interested in this article about a hair transplant patient who was treated for Occipital Neuralgia. Occipital Neuralgia after Hair Transplantation and Its Treatment Hope you feel better soon
It could be ingrown hairs. When a hair doesn't break the surface for some reason (graft planted too deep?) it curls back into the skin causing irritation. Having said that, it's important to make an appointment with your surgeon or a local dermatologist. They're the pros, not some guy on the internet
rsn, I think he's saying to go to ANY competent doctor to have this looked at, and he's right! I'm not trying to alarm you, but you really need to be proactive about this, especially if there's even a remote possibility that it can turn necrotic.
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