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i got my fue hair transplant from turkey 5 days ago.  i have not been sleeping with my head up.  first 3 days inwas wearing band so swelling stayed on top of my head.   after i took it off so it went to back of my head.  it has gone down but now there is some swelling left in the back side of my head.  this is giving me headaches and pain in that area.  

this is my 6th day.  im wondering if this eill go away or do i have to start sleeping with my head up.  which pain killer should i take as i have been taking advil but google says not to take ibproifin.  please help as i have not been getting any satisfactory answer from turkey sales person i was dealing with pre hair transplant. 

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You can take either Paracetamol or Ibuprofen now it’s past the crucial first few days. The swelling has probably mostly subsided by now, but will continue to do so. Which clinic did you go too ? Did they not provide detailed post op instructions ? 

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i have tylenol extra strength and advil.

which one should i take and can i take 2 tablets every 6 hours?

i used promex clinic.  their service was great.  i didnt get enough information due to language.  

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1 hour ago, jay024 said:

i have tylenol extra strength and advil.

which one should i take and can i take 2 tablets every 6 hours?

i used promex clinic.  their service was great.  i didnt get enough information due to language.  

whatever one works best for you.  for me it was naproxen twice a day.

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thanks i think I will go towards naproxen also.  did you use the one over the counter which is 220 mg and if yes how many did u take and how many per day? and what times?

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