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Will My Hair Ever Grow Back?

There is every chance that your hair will regrow, but it may also fall out again. No one can predict when it might regrow or fall out. The course of the disease varies from person to person. Some people lose just a few patches of hair, then the hair regrows, and the condition never recurs. […]

Hypothyroidism and Thyroid Hair Loss in Women

Claire, one of our lovely forum members, put together this incredibly informative post on hypothyroidism, TSH levels and doctors… Just a little background. I was diagnosed with Hypothyroid in June of 2005. After over a year of fighting with doctors I finally reached a TSH level below 3.0 in August of 2006. I am not […]

Hair Loss in Women

Women experience hair loss because of a number of reasons, such as pregnancy, stress, genetics or an illness. Another cause is Alopecia Areata, an autoimmune disorder which results in hair loss. Women going through any type of hair loss becomes distraught about their changing appearance. Some are comfortable leading their life as someone without hair, […]

Blood Tests to Have Done First for Diagnosing Hair Loss Causes

It’s easy to get lost in the maze of tests and blood panels that your doctor should require to diagnose the cause of your hair loss. Here is a complete list of blood tests to talk to your physician or dermatologist about at the beginning of your hair loss journey, along with it’s corresponding recommended […]

Is My Hair Loss a Symptom of a Serious Disease?

Alopecia universalis is not a life-threatening disease. It does not cause any physical pain, and people with the condition are generally healthy otherwise. But for most people, a disease that unpredictably affects their appearance the way alopecia universalis does is a serious matter. The effects of alopecia universalis are primarily socially and emotionally disturbing. In […]

Welcome to HerHairLossHelp.com!

Welcome to HerHairLossHelp.com! As a woman, losing hair or having thinning hair can be a devastating and often confusing experience. A number of women suffer hair loss whether it be through androgenetic alopecia, alopecia areata, universalis, telogen effluvium, etc. With all the possible triggers for our hair loss physically and emotionally, sometimes it feels as […]

How can I cope with the effects of AGA?

Living with hair loss can be hard, especially in a culture that views hair as a sign of youth and good health. Even so, most people with alopecia areata are well-adjusted, contented people living full lives. The key to coping is valuing yourself for who you are, not for how much hair you have or […]