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Will my premature gray hairs eventually go away when my hypothyroid gets stabilized?

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Dr. Heidi Fowler
Psychiatry

In brief: Uncertain

Is thyroid the issue? Graying of hair is
related to genetic predisposition.
Age of initial graying is largely a matter of genetics. However stressors: nutritional deficiencies, chemotherapy, traumatic head injuries, low vitamin B levels, zinc deficiency, severe illness, surgery & marked emotional stress may impact earlier depigmentation in people who are already predisposed to gray hair. Aging is

In brief: Uncertain

Is thyroid the issue? Graying of hair is
related to genetic predisposition.
Age of initial graying is largely a matter of genetics. However stressors: nutritional deficiencies, chemotherapy, traumatic head injuries, low vitamin B levels, zinc deficiency, severe illness, surgery & marked emotional stress may impact earlier depigmentation in people who are already predisposed to gray hair. Aging is
Dr. Heidi Fowler
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Dr. Heidi Fowler
a significant factor. In general – genetics plays the biggest role.
Dr. Carol Cheney
Internal Medicine - Endocrinology

In brief: Probably not

Once one's hair has become gray or white it generally does not return to its previous color.

In brief: Probably not

Once one's hair has become gray or white it generally does not return to its previous color.
Dr. Carol Cheney
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