I often hear from people who are striving to find out for how much longer they will have to deal with telogen effluvium.
Many will attempt to remove that trigger and wonder for how long they will still be dealing with the hair loss.
They have read that this condition is caused my a trigger. I researched among the new medications that I’m taking and I learned that it can cause hair loss. Why hasn’t my shedding stopped, I feel pretty confident that I have removed the trigger? It is I worked with my doctor to find an alternative. So here is the question. How long is it supposed to take?
It’s not any better.
I heard from someone who said.
That was over a week ago and my hair is still shedding just like always. Remember, the answer to this question depends upon the trigger, the person involved, and whether you are actually dealing with telogen effluvium. By the way I will explain that now. I have an opinion as to why people have such dramatic differences in their response. For example, I have had people tell me that their hair loss stopped within days of eliminating the trigger and I have had people tell me that it took many weeks or even a month or two for the hair loss to return to normal. I’m certainly not a doctor or specialist. What I mean by it is that people whose trigger is external things like scalp problems, a reaction to styling products, or inflammation seem to notice a very quick recovery as the thing that was constantly irritating their scalp and causing the hair loss has suddenly been removed.
Please note that so that’s only my opinion.
It seems to me that people who have external triggers have a quicker recovery than those with internal triggers.
Much of my beliefs about this topic comes from own experience or from the experiences that I hear about on my blog. Usually, it can take a while before So it’s actively growing again, whenever the hair cycle has switched from growing to shedding. Actually, I reckon that the explanation to that’s that, in the case of internal triggers, the hair has gone into the shedding phase with an eye to save its reserves since hair ain’t necessary for survival. People who have had an internal trigger like an illness, childbirth, or prolonged stress on the body seem to take a bit longer to recover. At that time, the shedding must decrease and eventually stop. Although, most specialists will tell you that this hair type loss takes about three months to resolve.
She still had little bit ofI’m pretty sure I know this as I lived it, as I alluded to.