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    Default Ladies - how do you cover your head for the time needed to heal?

    Hi,

    I want to have a hair transplant for my edges.

    I can understand wearing a bandage for a couple of weeks (I can take off work) but ... I read it takes a year or so for the hairs to really get settled so my big question is ...
    how are you wearing your hair to work or out in public all that time?

    I think a guy can wear a cap of some kind but as a woman .. what can we wear?

    But as a woman .,, umm I can go to work with a scarf on my head for a year.

    What are your experiences?

    Thanks Bella!

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    Then why not you try the extension you wear it in the office also without any problem it is easy to remove and wear. It does not create any problem to you in the office. You wear it in the office all day.

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    Hello, I read this and I think you can also use a wig for that. If the hair transplanted was short, you can use a wig for that. Roofing Contractors Columbus GA

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    I am using a wig

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    You can use a cap or any wig to heal it. the case to most of my colleagues at payroll services bend oregon are using meds to heal their scalp problem.

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    This is a great article at a great time in my life. I've got a decision to make. One of my colleagues at The Victoria Review went through mild trauma with a hair transplant.

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    a loose, easily adjustable hood or a hat.

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