Hi guys. I got a hair transplant about 7 weeks ago. background info: When I got home, I did not wash my head whatsoever for 3 days. Then on the 4th day, I started to gently pour water from a cup with a shampoo provided by doctor until day 8. I had alot of white crusts on my head on day 9 and this is when I VERY VERY gently started rubbing my head in a circular motion to remove the crusts and debris. Each time I'd do this alot of hairs would fall out... By the 10th day or 11th day, I had shed almost 90% of transplanted hairs. My problem: Today, when I look at my scalp, I have areas of my head where I can clearly see the tiny holes from the incisions to the recipient area for the transplanted follicles. However, there is an area which I don't cannot see any of the holes. This area is the size of a penny. It is COMPLETELY bald as before. This was the area of my head which was actually the most bald. I didn't have any hairs whatsoever there anymore from balding. What worries me is I don't even see the holes made from the transplant in this area... it's as if nothing was done whereas I can visually see holes in other parts of my head clearly. Does this mean the transplant may have failed on this area? I'm asking because my logic is the following: if the holes are TOTALLY closed(which is what it looks like visually since I see no holes)... HOW WILL the new hair come out? Is this a sign that the hair transplant did not take in this area?