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Popping out graft after 2 months 1 week… possible..?


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Hi! Friends,

I just joined, Was having a concern and expect your expertize advice.

 

I had 2800 FUE in last week on Oct 2013 in India, Its almost 2 months and 1 week.

The growth seems fine, but I noticed third time that I have getting the grafts pooping out, its likely dead and rejected graft. I have 2-3 more grafts on my head which I can feel slight out with my finger.

 

 

 

See pic, I could se a dry blood crust like at the end of graft, is is normal to dislodge few grafts after few months.

 

What are the advices.

 

Thanks…!

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From what Ive read, after a precedure, the grafts are secure and "safe" at 10 days.The seed is sown .

1st HT 1973 FUT's with Dr.Robert Mcclellan 6/28/2007

*unfortunately I have no info on hair count on my 1st surgery ..

 

2nd HT 3026 FUT's with Dr. Bernadino Arocha 1/9/2014

 

1's - 797

2's - 3700

3's - 246

5634 hairs

 

http://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/eve/attachment.php?attachmentid=54945&d=1389315686

3026 FUTs 1 day HT#2 post op frontal picture

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I've never heard of losing a graft so long after surgery, but that doesn't look like normal shedding, it does kind of look like a whole graft. Hopefully a doctor will chime in. Who was your doctor and have you contacted them regarding this?

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I am going to doctor for a review on Friday 14 feb.

but when I spoken to my transplant coordinator, he claimed that it is a old graft which is being pushed by a new transplanted shaft under this graft, and it is a good sign. I know this is a foolish reply.

 

shall keep you posted my findings with Doc.

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