Hair loss

Greece
October 21, 2015 11:04am CST
At this time of the year I notice that my hair is falling out, it doesn't worry me because it comes back again. I mentioned it to a hairdresser once and he said the same things happens in October/November to his sister. Was he just reassuring me? I'm not sure, all I know is that if I descibe this to other women they give me a strange look. Nevertheless my hair falls in the Fall, and it is falling now.
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• United States
21 Oct 15
bless yer heart, 'least it grows back, eh? i dunno 'bout the seasons. mine falls out in masses with each crohn's flare. 't this rate i may need to fergo donatin' it each november 'n keep it to get a wig fashioned fer myself. nah, i reckon i'd jest go hairless coz i aint one much to fuss.
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• Greece
21 Oct 15
I feel for you, I have only once lost a lot of hair quickly and that was after my first baby. I grew a whole new fringe after that! It was scarey at the time, I did not know what was happening to me and I was afraid I would go bald. I was 19 at the time...explains a lot?
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• United States
21 Oct 15
@41CombedaleRoad those hormone's'll sure do that! my hairs always been baby fine, but'd lots 'f it. 'twas a scary time when mine started fallin' out in handfuls. hadn't 'xperienced that since chemo years 'go, 'n then, 'twas 'xpected.
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• Greece
22 Oct 15
@crazyhorseladycx We can console ourselves that it comes back, whereas for the men there is no end until the head is almost bald.
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@1hopefulman (26194)
• Canada
22 Oct 15
If it grows back in the spring than I wouldn't worry about it. Maybe, it is somehow connected to what nature does in the different seasons.
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• Greece
22 Oct 15
That is what I think, but it works in reverse with the cats. They are all producing much thicker fur now with the winter approaching.