Which hair types are ‘too fine’ for hair replacement surgery?
It’s not unusual to have a problem with the hair on your head, but what if you have a very fine hair and it’s causing a problem?
That’s the question being asked after a new study found that hair transplants can be problematic.
The findings suggest that the problem can be much worse than previously thought.
The new study, published in the journal Science, examined hair transplant patients who had been treated for a hair problem.
It found that the hair transplant patient was actually more likely to experience an allergic reaction to the hair transplanted than the control patient.
It also found that more patients who received transplants were at risk of developing an allergic condition than patients who were not transplanted.
The study also found a higher risk of allergic reaction for transplanted patients compared to those who received other treatments.
The researchers said that the increased risk of an allergic response was a result of a new mechanism that’s causing the allergic reactions.
The mechanism involves proteins called peptides, and they can interact with a variety of immune systems, including the immune system of the donor, which has an increased response to them.
They also found an increased risk for an allergic allergic reaction in transplanted hair transplant patients.
The scientists said that because the peptides are so tightly bound to the skin and the transplanted skin, they can’t travel all the way to the blood-brain barrier, where it’s easier to get caught in the blood and cross-react with the immune systems of the recipient.
The authors said that their study suggests that the peptide triggers an immune response in the transplants patients, which could make them more susceptible to allergies.
This is important because the immune response is known to be linked to allergies and autoimmune diseases.
If the immune responses were to be more potent, this could lead to more serious complications and even death, the researchers said.
The study is not the first to find a link between transplanted hairs and allergic reactions, although the results were more surprising.
Earlier research had suggested that transplanted scalp hair caused more skin irritation than transplanted head hair, and it was also associated with more allergic reactions in the study.
More recently, a study found a link in a group of transplant patients, who had the transplant treated on their own scalp and who reported that their allergic reactions were worse after the transplant.
The New York Times recently reported that the new study is the first that has found a significant increase in allergic reactions after transplant, as well as a link to the transplanting patient.
“Our research highlights the importance of having a careful and thorough history of hair transplant treatment,” said Dr. Shanti Chatterjee, the lead author of the study and a professor of dermatology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
“This could help guide hair transplanters to better select their patients based on their allergy and medical history.”
The study involved 8 transplant patients.
Researchers took biopsies from the scalp of the transplant patients and examined their immune systems for peptide levels.
The results showed that transplants caused more allergic responses than transplants that were not treated.
The peptide found in transplants could also cause skin reactions, the study found.
What should you do if you think you have an allergic issue with your transplanted or hair?
If you suspect that you have hair allergy, talk to your doctor about the possibility of an allergy to your transplants.
Your doctor may recommend a hair transplant if you suspect you have severe hair loss or have a hair loss disorder.
The transplants may also be an option if you or someone you know has a hair condition that is linked to an allergic skin reaction.
You may also want to consider if there is a link you have to the type of hair that you’re transplanting.
If you’re allergic to certain types of hair, you may be more likely than someone with a hair type that is different to yours to be affected by a hair allergy.
It’s important to check with your dermatologist before you start the transplant procedure.