What is a good way to make your hair grow?

@bjc66bjc (6745)
United States
December 17, 2011 12:17pm CST
I had b r e a s t cancer and my hair has grown back very well except the top area of my head...for some reason I just can't seem to grow my hair back in the front area of my head...It grown some but just so very very thin. Does anyone have a remendy without going to an expensive hair salon...I am on a fixed budget anad can't really afford them. Thanks so much for your suggestions.
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@wongchoiyee (7352)
• Malaysia
18 Dec 11
Chinese has a herb called "sow woo" and if you can get it in US shops, probably your head will full of hair next month. Its cheap and results proven. I have tried it myself because last time I dropped a lot of hair due to unsuitable shampoo I used.
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• India
18 Dec 11
Is sow woo a shampoo ?
@GardenGerty (99322)
• United States
17 Dec 11
Be sure to take a multi vitamin. Other vitamins sometimes help, but talk with your doctor. Use a cleansing shampoo and eat enough protein. All those things help.
@bjc66bjc (6745)
• United States
17 Dec 11
thanks very much gerty...I hope it soon fills in...It not that' its no hair just very thin...I am sure the chemo had a lot to do with it...
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@glesil_00 (1147)
• Philippines
18 Dec 11
The medicinal plant that i know can help to grow your hair if not thick but for sure it will grow is aloe vera. This plant can help to grow your hair back if it is not the hair you have before. I have thick hair but sometimes i apply aloe vera because my hair are losing each day. It doesn't make my hair thin since i am using aloe vera. In your case, it may not grow back but at least you will have hair again.
• United States
17 Dec 11
After my operation I have the same problem the crown of my head. I am taking vitamin e pills and hopefully that will work out for me.
@bjc66bjc (6745)
• United States
17 Dec 11
thanks gift...It seem to be a problem with a lot of women with trying to get the hair grow back after you have had a substancial amount of hair...Thanks for your suggestion... Enjoy your day!!!!!
@celticeagle (118254)
• Boise, Idaho
19 Dec 11
There are vitamins you can get that are just for growing hair. Massaging the hair fallicles should help also. Once your hair does start to grow I would get a trim every other month or so depending on how fast it is growing. Hot oil treatments will keep your hair in good shape.
• Mexico
18 Dec 11
My mom said combing it everyinight for half an hour makes it grow quickly and healthy. why don't you try it?
• Philippines
18 Dec 11
for me i will buy a lotion for the hair so your hair will grow and when your hair grown it is not thin anymore.
18 Dec 11
aloe vera is best for hair growth.... i advice u to apply aloe vera on the root n tip of ur hair ..... leave it for abt half an hour n den rinse off..... i bet ur hair will grow within weeks ... it will also grow thick
• India
18 Dec 11
There are many medicines available in our market to help you. There is both Ayurveda and other medicines for you. I think Ayurveda will be most working. I am telling so because I am using it and it is working fro me. At first I was having less hairs and my hairs was clearing out from my head with 5 o 6 per day. So I decided to consult a good doctor. At that time he consulted me a good Ayurveda natural medicine, which helped me to have my hair.
@rbjat4589 (104)
• Philippines
18 Dec 11
I am so sorry to hear that you have cancer. Let us pray for your fast recovery. Normally if one undergoes chemotherapy the side effect would be alopecia or commonly known as hair loss. Common misunderstanding is that once you experience hair loss you would think that it is permanent. No that is not the case because hair loss is just a side effect of treatment so the moment you stop the treatment your hair will grow back to how it originally was. Your doctor should explain to you this. Do not worry, keep healthy and pray.