LPP due to hair transplant (post op 13 months)?

After visiting many doctors (surgeons and dermatologists) It is seems i have LPP in receipient area due to hair transpltation, i have to do biopsy in front to confirm that, but all symptoms said its LPP It seems the trauma that happen to the skin from the surgery lead to LPP And now the problem there is no cure for this and it is itching like hell, and the skin is shiny pink, and i could not find an expert know cases of LPP that occured due to hair transplant Any suggestions or any help ?

Doctor Answers 2

Lichen planopilaris or LPP is thought to be an autoimmune disorder. You need to see a dermatologist for treatment.

lichen planopilaris or LPP is thought to be an autoimmune disorder.  You need to see a dermatologist for treatment.


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LPP Diagnosis

You clearly have a dermatologist managing your LPP and you must therefore ask your dermatologist all of your questions and then follow the advice given. 

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