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    Glad you went to the doctor!
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    Glad to hear it's not serious.
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    Alopecia Areata means the doctor doesn't know.

    Keep an eye on that and have some fun and rub the steroid cream on your bf palms................."hairy palms".

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    My friend had alopecia. He said that his other family members had it, and they used aloe vera extract from the actual aloe plant (for medicinal use) as an alternative, and hair grew back within a month or so?

    Home Depot may supply you with some aloe plants. Look for the plump green looking ones, and youtube ways in which is safe to extract aloe.. I think that may also help..

    G'Luck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scantilyclad View Post
    When i take a shower and run my fingers through my hair, it comes out in big clumps. My hair is in pretty good condition, i just got all the dead ends cut off. I'm not sure why it's happening. It also happens when i brush my hair and sometimes when i wake up in the mornings there is a lot of long hair on my pillow. I wouldn't be very worried, but it's a lot of hair.

    Has any female ever experienced this? if so can you tell me wtf is wrong with me? Thanks.
    you're probably old, or dying.

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    ^ And you're an arse.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wastrd View Post
    you're probably old, or dying.
    Wow, seriously?

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    You've not had a baby recently, have you? About 4mo postpartum lots of women experience a hair shed due to changing hormone levels.
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    A former co-worker of mine had alopecia. She lost alot of hair within a year, but it grew back. She was otherwise healthy, spin instructor, good diet, etc. A little fun can't hurt, and don't fret over it too much.

    Stress is THE killer as far as I'm concerned. I usually do a good job of keeping it at bay, but when it does sneak up on me, it whoops me in the arse and I go into a temporary tailspin, then I recover and am good for another 6 months or so.

    Take care, and God bless!



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    Quote Originally Posted by Mo View Post
    ^ And you're an arse.
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