HAIR LOSS – MEDICAL SUPPORT 2019!! | Hair Loss Series PART 5

HAIR LOSS – MEDICAL SUPPORT 2019!! | Hair Loss Series PART 5

to See the Doctor about Your Hair Loss The real short answer about when you should
see your doctor concerning your hair loss is when you want to. Some doctors are going
to brush you off and tell you that it�s just “female pattern” hair loss. But there
are many possibilities besides that and you should be tested to ensure that you don�t
have underlying health issues causing the problem. So, if your doctor isn�t listening,
find a new one. * You Have Underlying Health Conditions � If
you have any health issues, from autoimmune illnesses to diabetes, you should talk to
your healthcare professional when you have any new symptoms – including hair loss. * Sudden Hair Loss � If your hair suddenly
starts falling out fast, then you should make an appointment with your doctor as soon as
possible. There are many illnesses that are serious that cause hair loss. It�s best
to be safe than sorry. * Bald Patches on Your Head � If you have
actual bald patches on your head, it�s very important to go to a doctor. You can start
with your primary care physician and if they cannot figure out the cause then they may
send you to a dermatologist or even an endocrinologist. * You Believe Medication Is Causing Hair Loss
� If you�re on any type of medication, you can look it up on Google to find out the
side effects. With many, you�ll be shocked to learn that they have side effects including
hair loss. If that�s the case, there may be a different medication that your doctor
can give you. * Your Scalp Is Scaly � You may have a scalp
condition that can cause hair loss, such as psoriasis or something else. Luckily, this
can be treated, and you may be able to stop or slow the progression of hair loss. * You Have a Rash on Your Scalp � If you
have any type of rash anywhere, you should see your doctor. Make sure you tell them before
you come in that you have a rash so that they can isolate you and be prepared in case you�re
contagious. * Large Amounts of Hair in Your Brush � If
you see large amounts such as a fistful of hair in your hairbrush after you brush your
hair in the evening, you may have a serious condition that requires medical treatment,
so see your doctor. * You Want to Learn about Treatment Options
� If you are having any measure of thinning hair, you will want to start with an appointment
to your doctor to rule out underlying health issues that can cause hair loss. Then, when
you�ve dealt with those you can move on to other treatment options. Seeing your doctor when you are suffering
hair loss can be stressful, but it is necessary if for no other reason than to get a blood
test to ensure that you don�t have a more serious condition causing hair loss. Where to Find Support to Deal with Your Hair
Loss Women are often social creatures, or at least
we like to talk about our issues with others. We want to hear from others who have gone
through what we are going through. Hair loss is no different. Here are some places to find
support for female hair loss. * Women�s Hair Loss Project � A woman
who was experiencing hair loss issues from 21 years old started this project to try to
find out information, as well as get and provide support for women with hair-loss issues. You
can join a group, read articles, and get a lot of support. Join their Facebook group
too. Links: * Hair Loss Support Group � You can find
out information about a lot of different support groups on this site, and hair loss support
is one of them. If you�re a woman suffering from hair loss and want support, this is a
good place to start. Link – * Alopecia World � This is a great place
to get support, find wigs, and other help for women who are suffering hair loss due
to alopecia (or any other reason too). You can find a lot of things to buy, join other
members in discussion, watch videos and see photos. Link – * Her Hair Loss Help � This is a great group
that was created just for women who have hair loss issues. There is a lot of information,
resources, and a forum to help you get support from real people who are also going through
hair-loss issues. Link – * Hair Loss in Women � This is an organization
that helps educate women and the public about hair loss in women. You can click on your
cause of hair loss and look at various types of hairstyles that you can get if you have
thinning hair. Link – * Facebook Groups � You can find support
on Facebook for almost anything. Just do a search in the search bar for “women�s hair
loss community” and you�ll find several to choose from. The best way to use a group
is to join a couple at a time to try them out to find out which group helps you most. * � There are groups for literally
everything on MeetUp and what�s great about it is that they�re local groups that you
can become part of. This can help you a lot to get to know other women who have the same
issues you do. * A Counselor or Psychologist � You can
seek professional counseling to help you deal with the emotions associated with hair loss.
Some people prefer dealing with these issues privately and to do that, seeking help from
a counselor or psychologist can help tremendously. Hair loss in females is often a hidden problem.
Women tend not to tell people about it and instead choose to cover it up. But, getting
support can help tremendously because it�s not something you should be shameful about
or hide. It�s a real condition that affects more than 30 million Americans, and more than
that worldwide. Don�t give up getting the help you need.

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