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Hair Loss Caused by Stress and Trauma
Hair Transplantation: Traces Erased
I have a friend who just went through a very tough time in her life. Just last March, she was in a car accident. A part of her head was singed from a small explosion behind the wheel. Sonja also had a few broken bones, but luckily, the doctor proclaimed that there was no permanent damage. I was happy to hear the news, and undoubtedly she was, too. Only when she went home did she notice that a large patch of her hair was burnt. She had waited for it to grow back even a bit as the days progressed, to her dismay. No hair grew out. She couldn’t get out of the house for fear that people might taunt her due to her appearance. Her office allowed her to have a few weeks off, but Sonja simply can’t stay inside her house forever.
So here I was, trying to look for a way to help her. I bought hair-growing “potions” from the Internet, even ordered some ointment from an online seller. Nothing seemed to do the trick. I gave up, until another friend suggested hair transplantation. Just the sound of it made me feel a little queasy. How is hair transplanted? I even had kidney transplant in mind, and I don’t want to imagine all the details. I looked it up and saw that it was the latest innovation in hair restoration. Instead of artificial fibers and bogus hair-growing liquid, it uses surgery to lift hair follicles from a part of your skin with thick hair and transfer it to the balding part.
We looked into non-surgical options, including the best keratin hair fibers we could find, but no product would cover-up the trauma she had on her scalp. We decided a simple hair loss cover up solution wasn’t the right answer.
I immediately thought this was the answer. If any other alternative did not answer our prayers, then this must be it. I found a clinic nearby that does it, and their patients’ testimonies, along with the award they have received for the services they render convinced me that their doctors would take care of Sonja. I talked her into going through the procedure, and she agreed to schedule a consultation. After hearing the “grand plan” the doctor had for her, she couldn’t wait for the surgery! She went through it a week after, and she’s healing to date. But she could already see the changes in that patch of scalp that had been stripped bare after the accident. Small hairs are showing up, and a year after the healing would be complete.
I also saw how it changed her. She’s happier than before, and I could see the usual spark in her eyes. Sonja said she now likes to look at the mirror, and that she’s starting to feel normal again. The only sign that the accident happened is now well on its way to leaving her for good. Aside from esteem issues, I think she only wants to forget about that horrible event. Thanks to hair transplants, she can know live in peace, without being reminded every day that she had an accident. Hair transplantation made our lives revert back to normal, and maybe to others it’s not a big deal, but for a lot of people who want to improve the way they look for other underlying reasons, it’s surely a good way to go about it!