I am a 33yr old woman and my hair loss started when I was in my early twenties.
Also remember that you are not alone and that there are so many women out there who are going through the same thing. Stacey December 1, at 1: I will keep in mind, That not everybody looks at my scalp as much as I do.
I will be going to my appointment to see my Dermatologist in two weeks. This will be my first time ever going to a Dermatologist. Does anybody know what it is that they do or Should do to see why I am losing my hair?
And should I see a Endocrinologist as well for my hair loss?
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My hair symptoms that I have notice: It never used to be this oily, it started since I turned One week a month, around my period week I notice that my: Hair dries out, Scalps stays oily, Hair sheds more, Breaks more, and the hair by my roots look thinner and color looks lighter, and gets slightly itchie, and when I itch I get these white hard ball looking things on my scalp that looks like white zit heads.
Does anybody know what they are? My fore head always has these white things, too. My fore head looks oily lightly red rash like but not always red and looks like I have light blackheads, But when I itch it there white heads, not black. This started this year.
I will write back again to let you all know what my results turn out to be.
Oh, Also I wanted to add: So, I started taking my birth control again, Cause also my PCOS was causing my face to become uncontrollable oily again. I have to check into that more. Looks like I am stuck in the middle of two Big Rocks! How do you all deal with this hair loss every day emotionally and in a relationship way?
Some days, I feel Ok and lot of others days, I am so depressed about it?
I just wish just one day I can wake up again and not have to worry about my hair. Losing my hair is starting to make me feel weird about being sexual with my BF, that I have been with for six years.
But I feel like my hair loss is stopping me to feel feminine about myself!Thanks to both of you for your replies. I am not ruling out birth control all together and find it interesting that women are suspecting their pill as the culprit after many years of being on it.
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This is cool! There’s been this undercurrent in your writings on society and biology for a while now, and I think it’s a radically sane position. See what our medical experts have to say about birth control, health, sex, science, and more.
Today during an otherwise terrible lecture on ADHD I realized something important we get sort of backwards. There’s this stereotype that the Left believes that human characteristics are socially determined, and therefore mutable.
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