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» You’ve had a bit of hairline work done, can I ask you if you had pimples
» and redness in the area afterwards? If so, how long did it last? Was there
» anything you used to help heal it sooner?
Well i had two surgeries-both strip.
the first one with doctor X didnt turn out well,so i went for repair to dr.ARVIND after about a year!
details about my history with type of procedure and graft count are in these threads(you may view them if interested)–
now about bumps,
my first procedure with doc X,not only had very low yield but there were bumps in the place where hair were implanted…they stood out in bright lights so i had to wear cap for all those months until my repair…
my observation about these bumps–
1.they were not to be confused with pimples which come and go away.
2.they did decrease in size with time but never went away completely in my case.
3.these bumps were most visible in strong artificial light.
4.after 6 months i tried using retinoic acid and momentasone(scar reducing steroid) on these but with very limited success.
5.i also believe bumps would have been less of an issue had all the hairs from those recipient sites grown out thus hidding them!
BUT after procedure with dr.Arvind when new hairline was created,i can surely say that in my case i didnt see any bumps at all…work
looked very clean to me…so my guess is that it may have to more with the needle size and depth used for recipient site creation…but thats my GUESS!!
i hope i have helped you bud with my detailed response coming from my experience:-)
here adding a picture that shows my situation with those bumps after my failed 1st transplant(its not very telling but you get the idea)–