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If no hair is growing back, then there must be injury to the hair roots which generate the hair. Yes, if the bump is not healing and hair is not growing back, then consult his pediatrician for an examination. Though brain may not be involved, and it is more likely to be a scalp injury, it needs to be examined for infection and collection of blood.
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Hi I am just 13 year old boy, Just Last month i had an head injury because of and motorcycle accident, then my head was badly fractured , so i got an head operation. After a month of my my operation my hair started falling. I am so worried about it.so i have some question to throw you. i am going to be bald?,,, is this nothing to be worried about?.....and lastly Whats the cause of this situation ?
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