Hair Loss Nashville
So this week we wanted to do something a lil special.
One, as long as I’ve been actually rather ill and haven’t been able to think straight through the medication haze to write a coherent blog.
2, being that making a chemo hair loss video has probably been something they have oftentimes wanted to do – hair video loss process was something we had searched for the first time they had cancer. That future patients Googling hair loss during chemo will see what happens when you don’t shave it off, I wanted to make my Google search contribution.
I hope this video helps in understanding and on p of that helps give you a fascination fix on what goes on behind shutd doors. It’s raw, real, no makeup or care anyway about what they look like. I Googled for images of people undergoing chemotherapy. We have peer groups for a reason, and often seeing someone who has gone through what you are about to go through is a massive aid when it boils down to contentment. I wanted to see what people looked liked going through chemo … Scratch that -we wanted to see what girls my age looked like going through chemo. Doesn’t it sound familiar? I vaguely remember watching Melissa walk down that 2005 Grammy gloomy red carpet with a bald head. Then, at first they remember thinking Melissa had merely shaved her head with a Bic razor as some sort of rock ‘n’ roll statement. I was pretty fast informed that wasn’t the case, and Melissa Etheridge was going through chemo for cancer. You will find some more info about it on this site. Looking at her pictures triggered an old enough memory.
I remember studying her picture on the Internet, amazed and proud she didn’t throw on a wig … she was bald, beautiful and strong! She had no fear, and her picture made me seek for to give later 20 somethings another image they could Google if facing cancer. In her PEOPLE.com blog, Diem Brown, the Real World/Road Rules Challenge contestant a few days ago diagnosed with ovarian cancer for second time, opens up about her desire for a child and the ups and downs of cancer and fertility procedures. Diem could be chronicling her journey through fertility treatments, chemotherapy and her quest to educate others about ovarian health exclusively for PEOPLE.com. Check back for updates almost any Thursday. You usually can likewise go with her on Twitter @DiemBrown. Besides, since there were no videos or picture tutorials to gander at my first time around with cancer, Know what, I intended to make a video this time around. Commonly, at my twoandahalf week mark after my carbo/taxol chemo infusion treatment, I started recording my binightly brushing of my hair ritual to show others what virtually goes on behind close downd doors.
Another question isSo the question has been this. What does it feel like when it comes out?
Like, how quick did it happen?
What does it look like while it’s falling out?
I was curious about the hairloss process. I wanted to see how the hair falling out virtually happened. I Googled, and up popped Britney Spears‘s head shave pictures and Natalie Portman‘s V for Vendetta head shave pictures. I wanted to figure out a ‘midtreatment’ picture of an earlier 20something girl going through chemo … they wanted to see bald pics. They in no circumstances went through chemo, a head shave picture wasn’t what we was looking for, as lovely as these ladies are. Normally, I Googled! Definitely, I made an ordinary mistake all patients do, when we was first diagnosed with ovarian cancer. Then once again, yep, that dreaded Google search, where no matter what symptoms or disease you type in, it triggers the Oh My Word, You’re Dying results.