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 Posted: Sun Nov 6th, 2016 04:30 pm
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Hi  I had HT 16 months ago and the results are disaster, i hope d the hair is the poblem only  But it is the skin in the receipient area, are full of scars, i cannot even look to the mirror anymore  Under each hair there is a scar which always shine in dirty way and inflammed easily outdoor  So imagin all the scalp inflammed and it is so painful, eve i had to go to the hospital twice to take some injections Also there is like ridging on the hairline make the hairline uneven  This hair transplant ruin my life  I attached some pices,  Can you help me, how i can remove the hair?  How i can make the skin smooth again ?  I replace healyh skin by disfigured hair and skin  This clinc decisive me and hide all the truth, their work is disaster 

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 Posted: Sun Nov 6th, 2016 04:32 pm
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 Posted: Sun Nov 6th, 2016 08:58 pm
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It doesn't look good ! Who was the Dr ? I would get advice of some reputable clinics they may be able to transplant around the bad work and blend it all in? 

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 Posted: Mon Nov 7th, 2016 12:38 pm
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Sam

 

Sorry to hear of your predicament.

Are you UK/Europe/USA based?

Some more experienced posters may be able to offer you some good advice on here. It may be prudent to post a few more photos of your sides showing your available donor. A top down photo showing your hair on the top of your head too.

Who was your Surgeon and what feedback have you received from them on your results?

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You have some serious cobblestoning, it's usually caused by grafts stuffed into the recipient sites. Your hair looks thin too.
If a doctor agrees to try a repair, I emphasise "try" as some won't accept you as a patient. You need to know too much damage may have been caused already rendering an acceptable repair result very difficult. These are the negative implications.
Now let's try to be positive for you. Let's say you have several consults resulting in doctors willing to try a repair session or sessions as it may require more than one. My suggestion would be, punch out the worst grafts, re-plant them in another area. Once the punched out area has healed, re-plant the area with refined follicular units to create a new natural hairline.
How does your donor look? Who was your doctor?

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 Posted: Sun Nov 13th, 2016 08:58 pm
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It looks like you have pitting. Have you some pictures from further away so I can see what the whole transplanted area looks like?You may need another procedure to repair this one. New grafts may have to be placed in and around these existing ones to help camouflage them.



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