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    Default Is Dead Skin Normal After Getting a FUE Hair Transplant?

    Will be 3 weeks since the surgery tomorrow (Tuesday)

    After I shower I see a lot of what looks like dead skin around the transplanted area.
    I believe that it is the skin that was tranplanted with the grafts.

    I started to lightly rub them when i shampooed with my finger tips.
    I saw hairs coming out as well as some white skin.

    I know that it is normal for the hair to fall out and that most (if not all) will fall out and then new hair will start to grow in a few months.

    I believe that grafts should be 100 % safe now and I can start scrubing harder to remove the dead skin.

    Is it normal to have this dead skin after a fue or did i not shampoo well?
    Am i good to scrub harder to remove the dead skin?

    Thank you.

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