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My Baby Lost Most Of His Hair At 6 Mo Why When Will It Grow Back
Transitional hair: Newborn hair will usually fall out gradually over the first year & just as gradually be replaced with a thicker hair. It can be quite noticeable, producing a bald appearance, yet a close examination of the scalp shows emerging hair.Eyebrows & lashes are not affected during the process. Some cultures appear less affected than others (darker hair<< lighter groups). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My baby is a little over 5 mo is it normal for her to be losing hair in back and on sides she's getting bald?
Depakote for 6 mo. my soft thick hair now thin and coarse. off the Depakote for 4 months now, what should I do to get my hair back to the way it was?
Selenium: helps with hair breakage from Depakote. You might want to have your thyroid and cortisol levels checked as well. Your hair stylist may have insights into other things you can do. Doctors that specialize in complimentary medicine and optimal health can go one step further. Assays can be done on hair samples for amino acid, vitamin and mineral deficiencies and toxicities ( somewhat expensive) ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I started loosing hair @ 7 months pregnant until about 5 months post baby. Started getting regrowth. Started loosing again @ 11 mo post. Now 15 post?
Pregnancy: The hair follicles have phases of growth and usually there are some in every phase of growth at any given time. The hormone levels of pregnancy get the hair follicles all in the same phase so the all rest together, grow together, and fall out together. This can also happen with birth control pills but usually to a lesser extent.The hair should grow back. ...Read more
I used olive oil and combed rather hard to remove my 6 mo baby's cradle cap. Now at 3 yo, she has thin hair. Did I pull out hair that won't regrow?
Will rogaine (minoxidil) work on damaged follicles? Hair dresser left bleach on 2 long on roots mo. ago. Thinned/fell out but grew back. One area is still thin!
How can I get my hair to grow faster? I drink plenty of water, have taken biotin for a long period, and get regular trims. Mine grows maybe 1/8"mo.
Biotin doesn't: Help. Water doesn't help. Trimming doesn't help. Hairs grow in spurts with each hair on a different schedule or growing for several months followed by remaining stable for months. The only way is to have good genetics and good nutrition and good overall health. Good luck. Nothing else helps. ...Read more
My 2 mo. Old has very dry skin, and shes always scratching and pulling her hair. Her dr.Said to put bby oil brush it then wash it. I'd like a 2nd op.?
May be eczema: Very dry skin may be eczema. People with eczema have dry areas of skin, are drier overall, and tend to have allergies (they are more sensitive to pollens, etc.). If it's eczema, one can try a cream like cerave. Dermatologists recommend cerave for it's ceramides ingredient, which is known to make eczema patches more normal. Cream is applied as needed, and also after bathing, to lock in moisture. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My baby was born right at 40 weeks. Her back & ears are covered with fine hair - light brown. What is this & is it normal in caucasian babies?
My 15 day old baby had lot of hairs on face , back and arms.. What is the reason ?What should I do to get ride of it?Is it normal with babies
Common finding: Examination of all infants will find some fine villus hair covering many body surfaces at birth that gradually diminishes over time.In some ethnic groups it is much darker than others & thus more noticeable. Ignore it. ...Read more
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