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I am getting pimples on the recipient area -- or at least they look like pimples, after three weeks post op. Is this normal?

 

I applied a little pressure to two of them and some fluid came with a little blood. This wasn't the graft coming out, do you think? How would I know if a graft has come out??

 

Thanks.

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I am getting pimples on the recipient area -- or at least they look like pimples, after three weeks post op. Is this normal?

 

I applied a little pressure to two of them and some fluid came with a little blood. This wasn't the graft coming out, do you think? How would I know if a graft has come out??

 

Thanks.

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It's normal. Apparantly when some hairs start trying to grow out pimples come up. I had this huge one right in the middle of my head at around 2 months. It was pretty awesome.

 

Don't worry at 3-weeks. I'd think you'd have to dig those bad-boys out with a scapel at this stage.

100? 'mini' grapfts by Latham's Hair Clinic - 1991 (Removed 50 plugs by Cooley 3/08.)

2750 FU 3/20/08 by Dr. Cooley

 

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Rogaine 5% Foam - every now and then

AndroGel - once daily

Lipitor - 5 mg every other day

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Isn't this silly ... icon_eek.gif

 

Now I am worried about Witch Hazel making my existing hairs fail out!!!!

 

Anyone know if Witch Hazel causes existing hairs to fall out????????? Is rubbing alcohol better to use?????

 

Gosh -such a nervous Nelly icon_frown.gif

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Relax, Witch Hazel is used in some hair products to add body, there would be a few law suits flying about if it caused hair loss.

 

I am using it in gel form on my receipient area.

 

Tubs

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