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 Posted: Wed Jul 11th, 2018 08:19 am
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Stevy
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I had the same situation. I was soo afraid of becoming bald, so I went to the doctor and she told me that there is no need to worry. She subscribed me medication treatment, but beside this, I had to follow her recommendations:
- to eat more protein(ex. beans), natural fats (nuts) and vitamins (ideally fresh berries and veggies, but you can also take complex pills)
- to use oil and butter treatments (forex, coconut oil, murumuru butter) and deep conditioners to enrich your hair with natural fat and stimulate hair growth;
- to use a wooden hairbrush to spread the natural oil(sebum) over the length, prevent the new hair from drying and breaking;
- take sunbathing, in order to increase the vitamin d, which is very important for our hair.

All those simple tips helped me, and I am still using them. I can't be sure that it will work for you, but hope you'll find them helpful.
Take care of you and your baby and stay healthy)

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 Posted: Thu Jul 12th, 2018 01:13 pm
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Stevy wrote: I had the same situation. I was soo afraid of becoming bald, so I went to the doctor and she told me that there is no need to worry. She subscribed me medication treatment, but beside this, I had to follow her recommendations:
- to eat more protein(ex. beans), natural fats (nuts) and vitamins (ideally fresh berries and veggies, but you can also take complex pills)
- to use oil and butter treatments (forex, coconut oil, murumuru butter) and deep conditioners to enrich your hair with natural fat and stimulate hair growth;
- to use a wooden hairbrush to spread the natural oil(sebum) over the length, prevent the new hair from drying and breaking;
- take sunbathing, in order to increase the vitamin d, which is very important for our hair.

All those simple tips helped me, and I am still using them. I can't be sure that it will work for you, but hope you'll find them helpful.
Take care of you and your baby and stay healthy)

My wife has the same problem. I just want to add, that burdock oil helps( just massage into the scalp and leave it for 15 min, or so). Concerning the hairbrush, I've heard a lot about but never decided to buy it. I've made a research and found wooden hairbrush reviews on Monica's blog. Which one would you recommend? I'm a little confused about so many options on the internet.

Waiting for your response.

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