You've posted your question as a resource instead of a discussion, and I'm not sure what question you are asking? Are you talking about transplants such as kidney transplants?
Please repost your question as a discussion, mouse over the orange "Post Now" button and click on the Discussion link to open a new edit box window. Then I will remove your resource post made in error.
You've posted your question as a resource post rather than as a discussion. As you've seen a doctor and he's told you that you have to have surgery in order to repair and close the piercing, then you may want to get a second opinion from another doctor in person to see if that is the case.
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