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How Many Inches Will Hair Grow When Pregnant
When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more
Options: Get adequate sleep,avoid excess sugar & fat, v carbonated drinks, eat enough protein, exercise regularly. Insure you have adequate Iron (like kale & other dark green leafies), Omega 3 fatty acids (like walnuts),vit.E (fruits & veggies), D & B vitamins, biotin & zinc. Avoid sulfates & formaldehyde in shampoos, excessive blow dry heat & curling irons. ...Read more
Not 1 week !: Get adequate sleep,avoid excess sugar & fat, v carbonated drinks, eat enough protein, exercise regularly. Insure you have adequate Iron (like kale & other dark green leafies), Omega 3 fatty acids (like walnuts),vit.E (fruits & veggies), D & B vitamins, biotin & zinc. Avoid sulfates & formaldehyde in shampoos, excessive blow dry heat & curling irons. ...Read more
It's genetic: If you're normally masculinized by your hormones, whether you get chest hair (and 95% of men in the us do) is entirely a function of your genes. Almost all men envy a guy with a hairy pelt, but most women say they prefer smooth, top hollywood stars shave it fof, and hairy guys go bald much sooner than others. Enjoy whatever the genetic lottery gave you. Paul 'best chest' newman had no chest hair. ...Read more
I don't know: of any sensible approach to slow hair growth rate. However, other options can remove more of the hair. ...Read more
If nutritionally...: If a person is nutritionally in good shape, without any major disease nor illness, then her hair will grow at the same rate with or without vitamin supplements, special foods, or any particular activities. The usual multivitamin supplements that many people buy over-the-counter do not change the growth rate of hair. ...Read more
1.25 cm/month: Hair grows at the rate of about 15 cm/yr or about 1.25 cm/month. Hair grows at the same rate no matter how long. It does not grow back more rapidly or thickly when cut. ...Read more
Because we can?: Genetics determines how much body hair a man can grow. Personal preference determines whether he shaves / trims / "manscapes" it. There's no moral right or wrong here. Many men prefer to shave and nowadays many women prefer a shaved man. If you find male body hair disagreeable, there are plenty of naturally smooth and shaved men. ...Read more
You don't: The same hormonal changes that trigger puberty also signal the growth centers of long bones to close. Once they close, they do not re-open and no additional natural growth is possible.If you have lots of cash,ready to handle lots of pain and a year or two to waste, there are surgical procedures in some countries that could lengthen your leg bones. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hair: For healthy hair growth: Get adequate sleep,avoid excess sugar & fat in diet, v carbonated beverages, eat enough protein, exercise regularly. Biotin helps (but don't over do it). Insure you have adequate Iron (think kale & other dark green leafies), Omega 3 fatty acids (think walnuts) and vitamin E (fruits & vegetables). ...Read more
Not specifically: In puberty, growth centers have some potential for more growth and simple measures help the best.Follow a healthy diet, rest and exercise, but special diets or exercises will not make you grow taller than their genetic potential.If you want to know how much longer they have to grow, an x-ray of the wrist and hand can be analysed for bone maturity. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
It's the liver!: Hi Sheryl B, Pregnant women experience thousands of symptoms and down through the ages women have had various explanations as to why these things happen. If a pregnant woman has skin itching it is not because of the babies hair, it is most likely that the liver is not able to keep up with some of the demands of pregnancy. ...Read more
Not really.: Prenatal pills are just multi-vitamins. While most of them contain iron, which is known to help hair growth, and some contain biotin (one of the b vitamins), which is also good for hair, they are not present in high enough dosages. You are better off just taking the iron and biotin - or better yet, let a dermatologist try to find out what is causing your hair loss in the first place. ...Read more
Im 3 months pregnant and want to grow my hair. A friend told me about perfectil tablets. Can I take these tablets while pregnant?
Is it true that eating spicy food during pregnancy causes the baby to grow with hair? What types of foods should be avoid during pregnancy?
Yes, but: You can take prenatal vitamins anytime. Even men can take prenatal vitamins without any harm. (but it won't make your hair grow - sorry!). ...Read more
Hi doc I lost my hair a lot after pregnancy.can i use biotin pills to grow hair.?? how many mcg s of pills shld I take daily n how many months
The dose: most vitamin companies sell is 5000 mcg. There is no good evidence that Biotin will increase the speed of hair growth however. Hope this helps! ...Read more
Hi! I am 17 weeks pregnant and being with more hair fall what to do, I decided to make the short seal, is this ok or my hair will not grow. Thanks?
If deficient in a: mineral or vit it might. Get adequate sleep,avoid excess sugar & fat, v carbonated drinks, eat enough protein, exercise regularly. Insure you have adequate Iron (like kale & other dark green leafies), Omega 3 fatty acids (like walnuts),vit.E (fruits & veggies), D & B vitamins, biotin & zinc. Avoid sulfates & formaldehyde in shampoos, excessive blow dry heat & curling irons. ...Read more
I'm trying to grow my hair out and people tell me that taking pre-natal vitamins helps it grow really fast. Is it okay to take when not pregnant?
Totally OK: It's best to take pre-natal vits BEFORE one becomes pregnant, as they're most important the first 2 weeks of pregnancy and many women don't know they're pregnant the first 2 weeks. Thus ALL women of childbearing age who are sexually active should take pre-natals preventively. Pre-natals are a multivit. with a limited amount of Vit A (too much A bad if pregnant). I advise multivits for everybody. ...Read more
Not pregnant. Trying to grow my hair longer. Tried everything except taking prenatal vitamins. Is it a myth that prenatal vitamins help hair growth?
Trying to grow thicker hair mine is very thin, paper thin, would pre-natal vitamins help? Not pregnant! Not looking to be! On nexplanon and BC pills
May help: I have had a lot of patients tell me they have had success in obtaining longer, thicker, healthier hair and nails while taking prenatal vitamins whether they've been pregnant or not. It will not hurt you to take them if you are not pregnant. Some of the essential hair growth vitamins are Vitamin C, Biotin, and Niacin among others. Good luck! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
So by my daughters head being small (in size) is there any possibility that it will grow at normal size later on in my pregnancy? Help and add details
Hard to say: There are normal infants that have small head size & this usually matches small body size. That kid would be expected to retain a small but normal head size at birth. Normal head growth reflects the need to accommodate the growing tissues inside. If something like the Zika virus injures the tissue, the head becomes abnormally small while the body remains normal. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Baby girl born yesterday 6pound and 12 inch head circumference. Is her head fine I was told during pregnancy that she might have microcephaly?
Head measures small: Her weight is right around the 5th percentile for a newborn but her head is well below the 3rd percentile. The first head measurement after birth is difficult to rely on as there are things like "molding" (shape changes) from passing through the birth canal to consider.This info has to be put into context with the help of your pediatrician. They are there to assist you, don't hesitate to ask quest ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No: Hair dyes now are very safe. To be extra cautious, some people will wait until after the first trimester before they color their hair. Of course, always be sure you are in a well-ventilated area regardless of your gestational age. ...Read more
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