I had a hair transplant 8 months ago and I am bothered by bumps which are on the skin everywhere there is a graft. What can this be and will it go away?
Bumpy skin in the recipient area (called cobble stoning) reflects the types of recipient sites and the way the grafts were placed at the time of your original surgery. If the grafts were small, the wounds were very small and the grafts were left flat to the surrounding skin, then there should be no bumps present. See your surgeon and ask your surgeon about the problem that is clearly bothering you.