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Subject: Removing scabs after surgery
 
Question: About a 3 weeks to a month after my transplant I was told that I could gently pull the scabs off my head. While pulling these scabs off it looked like I might have pulled a few of the new transplanted roots out. Is that possible or are they firmly anchored in at that point?
 
Answer: It is not possible at this late date, so don't worry. In any event, scabs should be prevented by showering the next am post-op rather than having to be pulled off. Once formed,it is better to have them gently come off with normal showering.
 
Answered by: Dr. Robert Bernstein
 
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