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Sunday, February 10, 2013

Re: Hair loss in women

 

It most likely is hormonal. I went thru the hormonal hair loss during a
pregnancy and during menopause. It takes time for the hormones to balance
out, and it takes time for the hair to grow back. It took me a few months for
my hair to go back to normal. I used Natures Gate volumizing lemongrass
clary sage shampoo. I also use Dr. Bronner's Peppermint pure castile soap as
a shampoo for me and my dogs. As for Supplement take good brand of Vitamin
C, E and B complex. Biotin is known as the hair vitamin. Vitamin B12 is
one of the most important vitamins for our hair and a deficiency can result
in hair loss and premature graying. B12 should be taken with the B complex
or a Multi vitamin. Even low iron can cause hair loss. Have thedoctor do a
test on your iron and b12 levels. MSM is a nutrient that is crucial for
the health of the hair.ake organic virgin Coconut oil internally. Horsetail
Extract which is an organic form of silica. Herbs to help hair stimulation
and growth: Lavendar, Rosemary, Peppermint, Saw Palmetto, Stinging nettle,
Burdock.

Chinese Medicine link:
_http://agelessherbs.com/chinese-herbs/hair-loss/_ (http://agelessherbs.com/chinese-herbs/hair-loss/)


Diane


In a message dated 2/8/2013 7:49:39 P.M. Eastern Standard Time,
buzzveronica26@yahoo.com writes:

I recently had a baby 10/5/2012 and am now losing my hair. This is my
third child and knew I would lose a lot since I normally do. It thins for
most women after pregnancy but mine seems to be very very thin at the 'bangs'
area. I am only 32 and this worries me a lot because hair loss is common
on my fathers side. Both my grandmother and aunt suffer from this. My
thyroid was'under evaluation' but after an ultrasound everything came back
fine- this was 2008 after my second child. I've had bloodwork since them
and I'm WNL. I use two types of shampoo and one an all organic soap bar-
meant to help with thinning hair and the other a natures gate aloe shampoo.
I don't use any products in my hair but an occasional coconut oil. I don't
apply heat or anything to my hair but say 6 times a year. So, long story
short.... Does anyone know of supplements or even a miracle pill to help
me!!! I take daily dha prenatal kelp and a probiotic. Thank you in
advance!

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