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Vessa Vessa 41-45, F 19 Answers Jan 27, 2010

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Soak your hair in warm water, then squirt lots of conditioner onto a cloth, and wash it through your wet hair. This is the method I use each time I get a concussion with lots of blood.

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im just gonna ask......what the hell happened?????

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My Grandmother taught me that blood comes out in COLD water. Warm water makes it harder to get out. Wash it with cold water.

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Nothing works...TRUST ME JUST HAD TUMORS REMOVED FROM MY HEADAND THINKING ABOUT SHAVING WHATS LEFT OFF BECAUSE I HAVE TRIED IT ALL LET ALONE FULL OF STAPLES AND STITCHESARRRGHHHHH....I HAD BEUTIFULL HAIR BEFORE ALL THIS BSHIZZZZZZ

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I had brain surgery and they did not shave my whole head. I had big dried clots blood in my hair. Like you, I washed it to no avail - then my doctor advised that using peroxide on it would help ease the removal. It worked and without out the painful scrubbing that I was doing when shampooing.

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Hemoglobin being a protein is soluble in salt solution. A rinse with a weak table salt solution should do the trick.

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Who did YOU kill?......lol

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Are you okay?



Don't let anyone do this to you, again! That's what 911 is for!

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I think SeriouslyLife has the right idea. If someone can help you wash your hair in a sink, that would probably help, too.

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peroxide.....

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Shhh...I hear the sirens coming....YIKES! What did you do??

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Scissors

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Hydrogen peroxide topical solution......may change the color, but the blood will be gone. :)

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soak it in cold water

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Dare I ask?

Just soak it. Maybe wrap you wet head in a plastic bag for a while. Hydrogen peroxide would work, but it may bleach your hair some.

You could also try using Dawn, it gets out almost everything

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Scrub harder.

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When you have staples in your head, you can't "scrub"....My head keeps ooozing blood and each day, I shower and wash my hair with Kiehl shampoo ( no harsh chemicals in it or another without them) and then I put on Kiehl conditioner and lightly rinse my hair. Then where the blood is the most clotted, I put on more conditioner. Later, when my hair is drying, I use my brush from the end in toward the root but do not go as far in to the root yet. I am hoping when the oozing stops, that this will work permanently. Hope it helps from one who has it right now!

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