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 Posted: Mon Feb 16th, 2015 11:09 am
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Every women wants to be a mother and pregnancy is the second birth of the women. Every women have faces the hair loss after delivery which is common thing but sometimes it can be a major problem like baldness So if you are suffering hair related problem after pregnancy then you have to consult the fertility specialist and get the best solutions.







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 Posted: Wed Feb 25th, 2015 10:59 am
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It's better if you can go for minoxidil lotion which will help you out strengthen the hair roots along with propecia which will help you out to retain your hairs. 
















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 Posted: Mon Apr 20th, 2015 11:36 am
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Hair loss is common after pregnancy because of hormonal changes. But this is not permanent type of hair loss. New hair will grow up in time. If not then one should consult with dermatologist.

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I thinks it is natural for women so the they don't be so much worry about it unless someone have major hair loss after giving birth to a baby...

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AlishaSmith wrote: Every women wants to be a mother and pregnancy is the second birth of the women. Every women have faces the hair loss after delivery which is common thing but sometimes it can be a major problem like baldness So if you are suffering hair related problem after pregnancy then you have to consult the fertility specialist and get the best solutions.
Even I agree to it that after pregnancy hair loss is the major issue from which women faces after child birth, also during menstruation many women suffer from hair loss because of cramps and stress. All these symptoms should not be neglected and must be checked from the doctor on time, to avoid further complications. 

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I agree that some women experience hairloss after pregnancy because of some changes in their body, usually it has to do with hormones. Better to go to a doctor to properly address the issue.

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I think hair loss during pregnancy is normal, this is due to hormonal imbalance. But this is not permanent hair loss

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Certainly! the reason is the estrogen levels after you gave birth. Don't worry a lot because your hair will surely goes back to normal in about 8 months to a year after giving birth.

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 Posted: Mon May 2nd, 2016 05:32 am
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Yes, their is hair loss in women after pregnancy , but it gets recovered by time. Their is no need to get worry. You just have to take good food and be with positive vision.



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Hair loss is common for women during their pregnancy, and yes, the pregnancy is the reason for the hair loss. There are different types of hair loss for pregnant women. Some women suffer from it in the first trimester and some at the end of the pregnancy.

Drastic changes in hormone levels are the cause of hair loss in pregnant women. It is temporary, but women could take a year to recover. Pregnant women who are worried about hair loss can consult a hair loss specialist for further treatment.

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Recommendations for Your Hair During Pregnancy and After Delivery:
Eat a diet high in fruits and vegetables, which contain flavonoids and antioxidants that may provide protection for the hair follicles and encourage hair growth

Use shampoos and conditioners that does not contain Sulfate, Silicone, Alcohol

Hair is fragile when it is wet, so be gentle; avoid fine tooth combs

If you need to use blow dryers and other heated hair instruments, use the cool setting

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Hello,

Yes, after pregnancy among women's it's a very common problem and it's because of some hormonal changes at that time.But it's not the permanent loss, they can regain and if not then consult to doctor.

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I agree with flowerhairedgirl!! A diet high in fruits and vegetables is key to health.

Moreover from my experience, after birth of child, none of the vitamins, masks, balsams and other remedies helped to restore the former beauty of my hair and finally put an end to their loss. I'm not even talking about the hope of growing new hair.

Right now I’m testing tonic from biofolic. It sounds promising and it takes around 6 months to see results. I’m using it only 3 weeks… hope this one will help. Has anyone tried anything from biofolic?

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Hair loss after pregnancy is normal and it get recovered by time .Here are some tips that help to recover hairs after pregnancy .
1. Massage extra virgin coconut oil on your remaining hair and scalp ,make sure that it penetrates your scalp just massage.
2. wrap it with hot towel then cover with shower cap
3. rinse off with a little shampoo and lots of conditioner.
4. PAT dry your hair, never rub with towel...
5. use wide tooth comb till it gets a bit dry...no irons or blow dryer pls...
With this, im sure you'll regain strength for remaining hair and eliminate hair loss...

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This is due to hormonal changes after pregnancy. Usually it will return to normal after a few weeks. Exercise, healthy diet and enough rest to hasten your recovery.



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 Posted: Wed Nov 15th, 2017 09:41 am
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It is quite normal that women lose hair after pregnancy. And they shouldn't worry about it. In this period women just should treat hair better and use natural vitamins (B12, B1, B6.

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I am sure it is ok. I would advise to eat more beans and nuts during this period. They give useful vitamins for hair. Also, better to avoid some heat devices. But if it is so needed (maybe, curls for some special important event) 

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Hair loss after pregnancy due to the estrogen hormone increased & that estrogen hormone direct influence on hair.
Tips to reduce hair fall
1) Avoid tight hair bands
2) Take protein rich diet
3) Use volumizing shampoo & avoid conditioning shampoo



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During pregnancy the increased levels of estrogen in your body freezes hair in the growing (or "resting") phase of the cycle. Hair that would normally fall out stays put, resulting in thicker hair. After you give birth and your estrogen levels decline, however, all that hair that was resting starts to fall out. This usually starts the third or fourth postpartum and ends by six month. Consult your doctor regarding tthe estrogen level in your body. Only a medical professional can help you in this.

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As it happens during Pregnancy.


Just like our organs need nutrients to function properly, our hair needs nutrients to grow.

You need to increase iron intake. So eat a lot more spinach salads topped with strawberries and lentils.
As Iron is more easily and better absorbed when taken with vitamin C, and it does not absorb well when taken with calcium.

Additionally, omega-3 fatty acids are healthy for the heart and brain, and anti-inflammatory for the body, and some studies have indicated they may help reduce hair loss.

A good multi-vitamin supplements may be a good idea if you take it.

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