It is very difficult for anyone to explain on internet whether there is any infection or collection in the donor area one month after the surgery. It will be best to visit the operating surgeon for a better explanation of the same.
1 month post-op, two bumps on donor area and pain while sleeping. Is this a negative sign? Will it be okay after a few days?
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Post op Bump and pain in the donor area
There is no way to tell what your are describing on the Internet. It may be "ok" but to be certain you may want to contact your
There is no way to tell what your are describing on the Internet. It may be "ok" but to be certain you may want to contact your doctor for a follow up.
Post op pain and bumps
You may have what we call a latent infection which would require antibiotics. You should see your surgeon right away.
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Pain in donor area
You should see the surgeon who did your procedure to have the area evaluated. You may have an ingrown hair, which can be easily removed, or something more serious, like an infection.
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