Hair Loss Pictures From Marlon
Hi, everybody. Besides the temples, I think I have over-all thinning as well. I guess I can say it looks a bit like these when I brush my hair back. I hope you don't mind me not showing my face.
Thanks a lot!
My Hair Regrowth Battle Pics
(Louisville, KY, USA)
Hey Guys, I had to open a new forum because I could not load pictures into it. Please provide information on what type of hair loss you think this maybe? I believe its telogen effluvium. How long it will take to regrow my hair according to what the pictures look like. Anything that maybe useful for me to know. I am going to a dermatologist for an evaluation so if you think of something I should ask to him/her. Please let me know.
Barrys Hair Loss Pictures
These are my pictures of my hair. Can you please analyze it? I'm worrying about my hair. Thanks, ma'am!
Hair Loss Every Day (Pictures)
by Mehmood Ali
(Kolkata, West Bengal, India )
I am Ali from India. I started losing my hair from the middle of my head, and I don't know what to do please help me. And are Vitamin C capsules good for hair?
by Mehmood Ali
(Kolkata,west bangle,India )
I'm Ali and I'm losing my hair from the middle and front. please help me. And Im taking vitamin c and e capsule everyday is it good for hair,and how to gain new healthy hair again please tell me and help me,and what should I do please.
Hair Growth Progress Pictures From Austin
Pictures of Austin's Hair Uploaded 11/18/13
Hey guys, Ive been on the diet off the diet for a few months now. I was going very well for about 3 months (and yes it definitely worked) before I fell off pretty hard in August.
Since then I've been on and off trying and trying again with different strategies.
It has been difficult starting up again each time you fail, so I'm marking today as a sort of day one and I'm going to send in my pictures.
My hair is wet in these pictures and when dry it looks much different but well, you get the picture (bad joke sorry).
To tell the truth, I really just want to stay on this diet because of the strength and sharpness of mind it gives me to stay positive every day. Hair was my first focus for starting the diet, but I don't think about it nearly as much as I used to.
That being said, I still want to regrow the areas where I've lost because so many people say it's impossible because it's genetic. And I really, really, really want to prove this wrong.
Well anyway, I'll come back in about two weeks with a diet plan of what I've been eating.
Good luck to everyone else who is trying to change their lives around.
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Hair Loss Pictures From Rachel
Hi everyone, my name is Rachel. I started losing my hair since I was 19 and I am 23 now.
I have bulimia before, and I am still struggling with it sometimes now. I thought my hair loss is due to bulimia. But it seems that my hair never falls out in large amount, it just thins out gradually and becomes more oily.
If you guys take a look at my picture, you can see that my pattern of hair loss looks like female pattern hair loss. So I think controlling my male hormone level can help with my hair growth. And the hair loss diet can help me to do this.
I started the diet a few weeks ago. It's quite hard because of the sugar cravings. And I'm always eating out so it's challenging to stick to the diet 100% of time. Anyone have any advice on this for me?
Is anyone happy to share your menu about what you eat?
Here is my menu:
Breakfast: oats, eggs with cheese , apple, tea
Lunch: broccoli, brown rice/ sweet potatoes, tuna/ chicken
Snack: banana, coffee
Dinner: sweet potatoes, spinach, chicken/ sard
Hair Loss Started About Eight Years Ago
I noticed an area on the top back of my head where I could see my scalp about 8 years ago. It's not round, kinda oblong. I never go to the doctor, but this worried me so bad that I did go see one. I went to one of the top endocrine specialists in Austin. I was worried I might have a thyroid issue or who knows.
She didn't look at my hair/head, she wasn't friendly. She said I was fine except my testosterone seemed slightly high and my fasting blood sugar seemed a little high. She said she wanted to do more tests, but my insurance wouldn't pay for any of them. I wasn't able to afford to go back. I've been trying to figure out what the problem is ever since, on my own.
I tried taking Biotin...no change. I tried getting rid of all bread/gluten products - I feel MUCH better, but no skin/hair change. I tried washing my hair less often and avoiding shampoos with harsh chemicals. Nothing.
I love fish and seafood, but I don't have a source where I am. It's hard enough for me to find a decent banana or avocado here.
I don't know if it's a hormone thing, stress, a blood supply thing, pcos, thyroid...who knows. I also got melasma on my face at the same time the hair thing started happening - not sure if they are related. I still have both issues.
Every day I have to pull fallen hairs off my arms, clothes, couch, seat in the car, etc. I go through vacuum cleaners every few months due to my hair falling all over the place. My hair is everywhere. It's not clumps or handfuls - unless I brush my hair - then it's a ton, but still not clumps or anything.
Sadly, I took the advice of some friends who suggested I lighten my hair so that the hair loss doesn't show as much. I know - bad idea.
I feel really bad when I go somewhere and see 60 year old women who have nicer hair and skin than I do.
Hair Loss (Raw Food Diet, Low Calories, Digestive Problems)
I'm writing to you, because I really need help with my hair loss. I am only 24-years old, but I have less hair than my older brothers! I have managed my stress quite well and I have focused on other things, but some fears and low confidence can hit me from time to time.
I really don't want to become bald at this age! And I know in my heart that everything can be healed, even though there are quite scary theories about men and baldness (like it rarely comes back).
I started to lose it rapidly when I went on a raw food diet (because of some health issues). In the beginning everything was going fine and I lost most of my negative symptoms (acid reflux, excess sweating, acne, frequent colds, digestive issues etc.), but I couldn't eat enough calories and I was severely restricted for long periods. After about 1-2 months I started to lose hair quite rapidly (every time I washed my head), along with great weight loss (constant low blood sugar) and cavity in my mouth. But I thought it was just detox and because I had such strong beliefs about raw food, I continued and sometimes even tried water fasting (because I thought it would make this healing process faster).
Unfortunately the hair loss never stopped. And I also developed eczema (when I tried cooked food again) and lost the ability to digest heavier foods. I already had some intestinal issues before the raw food diet as a lot of mucus came out from my butt, but after this extreme restriction it felt even worse sometimes. After eating cooked foods (any kind, even vegetables), I started to itch all over my body, experience eczema, crazy dandruff etc.
That happened 3,5 years ago. Now I have become more balanced and I'm eating more cooked food, but my digestion system is still adjusting to it. And I really hope my hair will come back one day. I have some genetics related to baldness, because my brothers are also bald from the front sides, but I have even less hair than my brother, who is 10 years older. So there is hope that it will return after some months on a better diet and healing my intestines/digestion.
What do you recommend?
Thanks a lot! :)
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