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2 months and only have sparse eyebrow hair after doctor shaved eyebrow with razor to stitch wound for 4 year old boy?
What will be will be: Hair on the anywhere on the skin does not know that it has been cut. The part of the hair that is sticking out above the skin is not alive, which means we can cut it or shave it off, and these things we do have no effect on the hair follicle in the skin. The follicle will grow the hair at whatever speed it wants to, regardless of shaving or cutting. However, a skin wound can affect hair regrowth. ...Read more
My cmp blood test says TSH w/reflex to f4 is 4.44 miu/l (normal range is 0.4-4.5). Do I have hypothyroidism? I have sparse eyebrows on the outer third
Tsh in "normal" range so not technically hypothyroid. Some would argue that TSH should actually be lower.
I would repeat this in a few months. If normal again would stop worrying. If abnormal diagnosis is clear.
In any case eyebrow thinning is not likely due to this tsh. ...Read more
I meet all the symptoms for hypothyroidism: sparse eyebrows, fatigue, dry skin, I have ibs, cmp TSH w/reflex to ft4 is 4.44, yet dr said I don't. Do i?
Hypothyroidism: Hi, you may have subclinical hypothyroidism, and/ or hashimoto's thyroiditis. You may need to have further testing done, thyroid auto-antibodies, anti-per -oxidase antibodies lab tests and perhaps a thyroid sonar. It may be a good idea to see an endocrinologist, literature shows that thyroid hormone replacement may benefit you. Good luck! ...Read more
Why can't my eyebrows stay thick? They always grow thick and then end up falling out and being super sparse again, I don't know what to do
Thyroid.: Your symtom can be associated with low thyroid so make sure that's checked. ...Read more
I'm 18 years old my eyebrows fall out a lot to be point where they become sparse. I shaved them when I was 12 they grew back but are now falling out?
My eyebrows fall out and don't grow back I don't think I have alopecia cause they're not fully gone get but they are very sparse what's wrong with me?
Can I have straight answer why some doctors said that shaved eyebrow by razor may be not grow again or grow not complete (sparse)?
It is 2 months after shaved eyebrow by razor to stitch wound and the growth is sparse hair so how long to get be normal again?
Eyebrows can be lost!
frequently, surgeons just separate the hairs and stitch between rather than clipping or shaving.
Discuss with your caregiver. ...Read more
What product can be use over eyebrow of 4 year old boy to regrowth it again as it shaved by razor to stitch wound and the growth is sparse hair?
Patience: Once shaved, this area may take a year or more to fully regrow. I know of no product that will change the delay. ...Read more
Eyebrow hairs break off easily, just my brushing them 4-5 fall out to the point they're looking sparse. I don't know what to do Latisse (bimatoprost) won't work?
Dermatologist: See a derm to see if you have an inherent problem. ...Read more
What I can do for eyebrow shaved by razor to stitch wound by doctor for 4 year old boy 2 months ago and the growth is sparse hair?
Usually not shaved: During the repair of laceration, repaired with out shaving, may happen what you described, consult a plastic surgeon for possible revision of the area. ...Read more
Does latisse (bimatoprost) safe to be used in eyebrow of 4 year old boy which has been shaved by razor to stitch wound and the growth is only sparse hair?
For the same reason hair starts growing in some of the most unusual places, like the ears and the nose. Actually,
eyelashes become shorter, and that is why some people try to make them grow longer with the same medication that is used to treat glaucoma. So, just tweeze your eye brows, but be careful you do not stick yourself in the eye with the tweezer. ...Read more
Psoriasis vs eczema: If this is a recurrent problem, you may have psoriasis. Your doctor will have to make the proper diagnosis in person then may recommend one of several treatments: UV light therapy, corticosteroids, vitamin D creams, retinoid gels. Some eczema medicines are sometimes tried. Remember to be careful to not get any of the medicine in your eyes. ...Read more
Nothing simple: You can temporarily pluck the eyebrows in the area undesired. Laser hair removal can also eliminate them in a more permanent. There are no topical medications safe to use around the eyes that will help. ...Read more
Pluck or wax:
The hair follicles will continue to make hair, however you can do one of several things.
1- pluck or tweeze the offending hairs.
2- wax the area between the eyebrows
3- have electrolysis performed
4- shave the area
5- use an electric device, such as a nono!
6- use a dipilatory (with great care not to get it into the eyes!) - not recommended. ...Read more
No: Generally, the answer to this would be yes. However, since the ultimate appearance of any part of your body is genetically determined, there are variations in appearances of anatomical structures that come in pairs that should be symmetrical. There could be subtle differences in the thickness of your eyebrows as a result. If you are a woman this can be dealt with by eyebrow pencil or plucking. ...Read more