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My hair did not grow back much after delivery. Why is that?

My hair did not grow back much after delivery. Why is that?

Telogen effluvium: Temporary hair loss after delivering a baby is common. (interestingly, the baby often sheds hair too.) it will grow back, although sometimes it takes awhile. If it doesn't after a few months, something else is going on, and you'll need to see a dermatologist who will do some tests to evaluate and treat the situation. ...Read more

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Hair falling - 14 weeks after delivery.

Hair falling - 14 weeks after delivery.

Very common: Make sure your thyroid is checked and you're getting adequate nutrition, but hair loss after delivery is very common. It's not real loss, just breakage, and should return to normal over time. Avoid chemical and physical trauma to your hair. ...Read more

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How to control hair loss after delivery ?

How to control hair loss after delivery ?

Common problem: Hair loss after pregnancy is a common problem and generally returns to normal, but may take months for it to regrow. You just have to wait and maintain good nutrition. ...Read more

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No pubic hair growth after delivery. Why?

No pubic hair growth after delivery. Why?

Hair: You may have alopecia areata. You should see your dermatologist to find the right answer. ...Read more

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I am 4 months postpartum mother. Loosing more than 100 hair everyday. Is their any abnormality?

I am 4 months postpartum mother. Loosing more than 100 hair everyday. Is their any abnormality?

Normal: This is normal 3-4 months after you give birth. It will grow back. If you are not breast feeding you can use topical Minoxidil to make it grow back faster. ...Read more

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Can I use minoxidil for postpartum hair loss?

Can I use minoxidil for postpartum hair loss?

Yes: Hair loss following childbirth lasts for 6-12 months and then stabilizes. ...Read more