Redness and numbness after two months post-op FUT? (Photos)
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Redness after a hair transplant surgery
Post-op redness will occur both in the recipient area and the donor area. The degree and length of time in which both areas will remain pink or red, will largely depend on the individual's skin tone. Redness in the recipient area occurs due to the presence of newly formed blood vessels and inflammation from the placement of the new grafts. Some patients are lucky and either don't experience it at all, or it goes away quickly. It appears that those with fairer skin may be more vulnerable to extended redness. It is beter to consult with your surgeon before using any kind of shampoo or medication
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Two months post op and still tender and red is it normal ?
it is not normal to have redness and tenderness two months after the procedure. You need to contact your doctor and go for a follow up.
If you have post surgical issues, please contact your doctor. Your doctor knows the details of you surgery and can best answer y
If you have post surgical issues, especially with redness, please contact your doctor. Your doctor knows the details of you surgery and can best address your issues.
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Redness and tenderness is uncommon two months after a procedure. You should follow up with the Surgeon who performed your procedure for an examination
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First, make sure you do not have folliclitis and if not, the use of topical steroids will reduce the degree of redness
Pain and redness in transplanted area 2 months after a FUT
Two months post FUT there usually is no pain in the transplanted area. I would recommend that you follow up with your hair restoration surgeon.
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