Hair loss presents itself in numerous ways and can be caused by a staggering number of factors. One complaint I often hear a lot from my patients is that part of their hair and fringe refuses to grow. The common questions around this topic are as follow – “bangs stopped growing”, “hair on sides of head won’t grow”, “how to get the front of my hair to grow”, “one side of my hair won’t grow”, etc.
I had a small coin-sized patch of Alopecia that I noticed earlier this year. I’m very worried about how much hair I’m losing and its affecting my confidence.
I had a small coin-sized patch of alopecia that I noticed earlier this year. GP did blood tests only showed a slight iron deficiency. So I was told to take Spatone liquid iron supplement daily and increase iron in my diet which I did both.
Hair Loss Is Already Starting To Affect My Confidence And My Mood, And I Still Don’t Feel Like I Am Being Taken Seriously. Can You Help?
For now, I have agreed to lower the dosage back down and see if this makes a difference but I do suffer from depression and there is a reason I am on that dose. However, I am 29 and I cannot lose my hair. It is already starting to affect my confidence and my mood and I still don’t feel like I am being taken seriously.
“I thought Hashimoto’s disease was causing hair loss. Shuna immediately recongnised the actual reason behind the hair loss condition.” – says Tom
Tom was new to hair loss conditions and was not aware of “Trichology“. Here is what he said about our hair loss treatment after he met Shuna Hammocks and received treatment for a year at the clinic.
I am hoping this condition might be a reversible form of hair loss with the right kind of treatment. If it isn’t, then at least I will know and can try to accept it.
Last week, Shuna Hammocks talked about trichology, male and female pattern thinning, genetic hair loss, hair loss treatment, how Shuna works with hair loss patients etc in an interview with Meridian FM Host Samantha Day.
Alopecia Areata (AA) is not a common hair loss condition. Less than 1% of the population suffer from Alopecia Areata.
In some cases, Alopecia Areata can be permanent. If the patch has been inactive (not growing hair) for long, the follicle might forget how to produce a hair.
While an annoying and sometimes sore scalp can flare up at any time of the year, many of us (me included) start detoxing our wardrobes and cupboards in spring, so why not sort that itchy flaky scalp out now too?
The school nurse has recently diagnosed my 6-year-old daughter with ALOPECIA AREATA. What are possible the treatments?
The school nurse has recently diagnosed my 6-year-old daughter with Alopecia Areata. She has not given me any information whatsoever; she said she would send a letter to the hospital and they may or may not chose to see my daughter.