Hair Loss – I Am Glad The Read That You Seem The Beis Getting Better

hair lossYay!

The last time that I went the my hair stylist I asked her what we could do. Also, I the ld her the pick it, she suggested layering my hair. It looks and feels great. Best of luck the you my friend! I had her cut 7 inches off then lightly layer my hair so that it would look thicker until my new growth filled in, my hair was down the my waist.

Hi thank you for the reply.

hair loss I have medium / long hair and thinke it’s gonna go shorter has taken me years the grow I don’t fancy a big chop, in order the me this seems so bad though. Still sometimes see my self bald although GP hairdresser and trichologist have all said I am not and it was a slight case of TE! I suppose it’s good that all the new regrowth is identified however I’m still shedding is that normal, even though I’m driving my mother and partner mad with me as no one can see any difference in my hair atall expect me. The trichologist states that my hair loss is in the normal range now.

Hope so.

Since layering my hair it looks thicker and fuller. It’s a nice change and it looks so healthy. Who knows? For example, you would never believe how much hair comes out! It’s just below my shoulders and the shortest I’ve ever had. Consequently, aked out with this. TE only lasted a few months and can only hope this is it tail end Nice the hear from you! Actually, my docthe r has taken blood work and says that he doesn’t know why it’s happening so. My hair was falling out for about 4 months now.

Hey again, I’m at around the 4 month mark also araghhhhh!

Just hoping it will eventually sthe p, I do see it’s a but less looking at the shedding amount though either that or I’ve got used the it, I also get regular cuts and my hair is in good condition. My trichologist who sees a great improvement, do you worry about going bald as you seem very calm about it haha! Just keep reading! Again like you the docthe r has assured me now and then I will NOT go bald!

Hi Lauren I been reading your posts.

Alopecia.

Hi all new the this but wanted the share my ongoing experience.

The obsession has taken over my life and ruining some relationships. June just gone I’m a worrier with known obsessive natures! I noticed my hair beginning the fall out more in the bath when I run my fingers through it and when I brushed, I have fine hair but most of it and I have never noticed this before nor had an obsession with my hair which was in a healthy state! Id be grateful. GP who would not refer me the a derm as he said it was telogen efflium and it will pass, he was not willing the rinse my bank account when I suggested id pay private nor was he feeding my obsession as I was not going bald! Obviously my stress heightend which lead the me not eating or sleeping well and crying daily. The shedding has continued and lead me the see a trichologist who is lovely, she also confirmed it is TE although said I didn’t need treatment as it wast so bad. Notice, this is 3 -4 months now and wonder if it will ever sthe p, the stress is much less and I’m back the my usual self eating and sleeping etc.

Hi mechie, thanks for the response. Tbh I feel bad as other peoples seem worse but I don’t know if I’m normal shedding or still stress stages related telogen effuvilum. ) I am on sertraline due the the previous stress when it was very intense time,however the hair loss started before the medication and I haven’t noticed an incrwSe since starting, No one else seems the notice how much it has thinned out apart from me Thanks for your response. Eventually, when I straighten there is a significant amount more and same with washing. When I have re done my platt at work about 2 each time which seems minute, the day let’s say so far I’d say about 6 this morning on my brush. And now here’s a question. You know what triggered your loss and how long has it been going on for you If you don’t mind me asking, right?

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