4 wks post-op, FUE Hair Transplant. Could I have damaged my grafts when I rubbed my scalp? (photo)
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Within a month, maybe two, all or at least most of your transplanted hairs should be falling out. That's totally normal, and also at a month you can resume all your normal activities without worrying about damaging your grafts. Based on all the information you've given there is not really a cause for concern.
It would be unlikely that you would have damaged the grafts but if you are concerned it is best to follow up with
It would be unlikely that you would have damaged the grafts but if you are concerned it is best to follow up with your doctor since there is no way to tell on the Internet.
1 month post op
at this point in time you should be resuming all normal activities. you should be showering and shampooing like normal. the transplanted hair starts to fall out around 2 weeks and can either all fall out or stay behind until the new hairs start growing in around the 4 month mark.
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