Women experience hair loss but not ba...

Women experience hair loss but not balding as such

There are 9 comments on the The Orlando Sentinel story from Nov 25, 2007, titled Women experience hair loss but not balding as such. In it, The Orlando Sentinel reports that:

Question: I went bald in my 20s. My wife is very concerned because she is finding a lot of her hair on her brush. via The Orlando Sentinel

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Cindy

Edmonton, Canada

#2 Jan 4, 2008
Hair loss for ladies is not fun... This site has some insight into popular issues surrounding hair loss in women:
http://hair-loss-is-awesome.com/hair-loss-lib...

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Since: Oct 08

Spamville

#4 Oct 10, 2008
Cindy wrote:
Hair loss for ladies is not fun... This site has some insight into popular issues surrounding hair loss in women:
http://hair-loss-is-awesome.com/hair-loss-lib...
that was a useful resource...hair is often a defining point in women personal style. That's one reason why so many women panic at even the thought of losing a few hairs down the drain with each shampoo.

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#9 Oct 31, 2008
I knew you were!! Thanks for admitting it.
Slimpunkass

Zellwood, FL

#10 Oct 31, 2008
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Kim

UK

#13 Jan 29, 2014
After 1 month of using Propecia from http://goo.gl/77dBEY , I noticed a decrease in the loss of hair after a shower. Now in my 4th month of use, there is a notable difference in the thickness of my hair, and some growth noted!

Since: Dec 14

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#15 Dec 20, 2014
May be it's due to some other reasons.
onlineherbalpill

Mumbai, India

#17 Jan 5, 2015
if she has experiencing hair loss there are many reasons like,
1. Loss of nutrients and vitamins from the scalp and route
2. Less circulation of blood
3. Unhealthy diet
4. Use of more cosmetics and chemicals for hair
5. Less exercise

She should avoid all above parameters or improve those by treating them with proper medications like minoxidil and Propecia.

Since: Sep 15

Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic

#21 Sep 25, 2015
My friend,Avoid using forceps, hooks and accessories for clipping hair, because force and damage the hair. It is also highly recommended that you buy Hair Loss Cream This cream is very good and effective for hair loss, you can buy it here http://herbalstore365.com/order-hair-loss-cre... this is a very professional and safe pharmacy, here I buy all my medications.Good luck.

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Since: Dec 08

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#23 Sep 26, 2015
As a hair stylist I have to say you are spot on. I'd like to add that hormone changes like after having a baby can trigger major hair loss. The best product I've seen on the market without going to a doctor is "Nioxon." It's not a quick fix. It takes up to 8 to 12 months to actually work well if it works at all. The only thing is if you have high blood pressure you may not be able to tolerate this product as it does make the scalp feel tingling and heated. I also would like to add the it is completely normal to lose up to 50 to 80 hairs a day. If you start waking up with hair on your pillow then you might get a bit concerned and should see your doctor or dermatologist.

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