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Hey! I'm just curious if anybody here can relate/help me with my hair loss. A few months ago, my hair started to shed a lot more when i would wash it. Now, I had super thick hair, so I was always used to having a lot of shedding, but it was coming out in thicker strands. I went to a doctor about it, and got blood work ran for my thyroid, and nothing came up out of the ordinary. I was told it could be from stress or anxiety. I still don't exactly believe that's what is causing it, I've been through way more stressful times in my life, and my hair never fell out. The whole texture of it has changed as well, it feels dead. I noticed it would feel abnormally soft when i was washing it, I don't exactly know what that was all about. I did take 500 mg of Ciprofloxacin twice a day for 5 days straight, and my hair started to fall out afterwards. I still don't find that to be the likely cause because that has been about 7 or 8 months ago. Still to this day, I'm losing hair, and don't know what to do. I was going to see a dermatologist about it, but I'm tight on money at the moment, and my insurance doesn't cover it. Should I invest in a hair regrowth serum or try to wait it out until I can see another doctor? I'm very lost and have lost a lot of self esteem over this whole ordeal. I'm hoping somebody could give me some insight as to what could possibly be happening. Thanks!

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Hey, aside from thyroid have you asked your doctor to test for iron deficiency? A lot of women suffer from hair loss due to this. 

After child birth I went through a period of losing hair and I used a product called 'Divine Herbal Hair Oil' which put a stop to it quite quickly. It's only available in the UK but they ship to me, a bit pricey when including shipping but I don't mind as it works. I think in your situation maybe go back to your doctor and get iron levels tested and if they are low and you are prescribed iron supplements then take Vitamin C to help it absorb and be utilized more efficiently by your body. A lot of folks don't realize that part unfortunately.

Hope this helps :)

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Hair loss is a common problem for every girl. Someday ago I had hair falls and I was worried. My mother suggested me to apply coconut oil on the scalp and use onion juice once in the week. I did all these things and went to the Bluedrake parlor for the hair spa. Now my hair fall is less. I suggest you do all these things to get rid of hair loss.

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Stress can definitely be a reason you're losing more hair! I notice that I lose more hair at certain times of the year too - whether it's my hair growing new or just from changing of the seasons. I've been looking at a few different supplements like https://www.jupiterlabs.shop/folliclefuel.php .. I think the extra vitamins can't hurt, if anything.

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Sorry to hear about that. Actually, not only you but also lots of you people are suffering from this kind of hair loss issue. You can just try with an activated charcoal shampoo made by Actinera. Though this brand is totally new but getting awareness by its good quality products. 

I hope this might be helpful for you buddy. LOL!

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By age 50, half of the women will complain of hair loss. "As we age, overall hair density changes and individual strands become finer," says dermatologist Doris J. Day, MD. But just because thinning is natural doesn't mean you have to accept it. There are some solutions to help you keep the hair out of your brush and on your head. Minoxidil will help you retail a hair loss, from this site expert have prof the usefulness of Minoxidil.

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Stress is one of the major causes of hair loss. When i was in the university, due to work stress my hair used to shed a lot. You should seek medical help regarding this issue and take healthy diet as well.

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