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03.04.2015
Boy oh boy did I experience post partum shedding (I have some pics in my Curl Street Journal that I have since abandoned) Like the first commenter, I had it not only 3 times in a row, but three years in a row (Yes, I had a baby Jan 07, Jun 08, and Dec 09) All three times it. Ummm, dont slap me, but you could just get pregnant again and throw your hair back into the growth phase.
Is it bad that I lose a little bit more hair than you have in your hand each week when I detangle? I tried researching this (less than 5 mins though), and only came up with one post saying it was helpful on longhaircommunity--and I know that herbs are things you need to be careful with while breastfeeding--but what about topical oils like alma, brahmi, bringhraj? First I cried, (but I think that was mostly due to postpartum depression) then I got right on the internet and started doing my research, that is how I discovered amla treatments. Over the next few days DNS servers all across the internet will update themselves with your new domain name.
Become part of the record-breaking IX Web Hosting Affiliate Program and receive up to INDUSTRY-LEADING $150 per Referral. Our Q&A Section allows our dedicated curly community members to post, ask, and answer questions all things hair related. Tatiana, if we explored in depth every single reason you're experiencing excessive hair fall, this article would be dozens of pages long, which might defeat the purpose of a straightforward answer that I'm sure you are looking for.
The Marcia Brady logic (the more times you brush, the softer your hair will be) doesn't work. While it's important to note that there IS such thing as too much of these, it's also just as important to not neglect them completely from your diet or beauty routine. You mentioned that you no longer flat iron your hair, so we know heat isn't the culprit in this case. Every few days, add a few drops directly to your scalp (per the product's instructions) to promote faster hair growth and strength.
Hair shed at a young age can be due to an underlying health situation, like thyroid issues, anemia, alopecia, poor diet, or even genetics.
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Initially, I couldn't really tell where the hair was coming from, and while it seemed to come from all over, it was most noticeable around my edges. My little one is 3 weeks old, so I will be watching your updates closely to see if I can glean from your experience (sorry). Thanks ladies for letting me vent, for sharing your stories, advice, and your sweet compliments! Castor, tea tree, almond , and jojoba oil will be your best friends for the next few months. Discuss with your mom if anyone in the family experienced hair loss at a young age, and that may help you understand where yours is coming from. If you have any questions, feel free to visit our Q&A Section for helpful advice from curlies like you!
I've experienced the dreaded post partum shedding three times, each time worse than the other. I know that you're practicing low manipulation but be diligent about removing those shed hairs. My hair was already too voluminous to try half the styles I wanted so pregnancy left me with two options: twists that take forever because of density and puffs that tangle easily. I was in tears for a while (hair was thinning beyond belief!)and even went to the doctor to get my thyroid checked. By the way I haven't flat-ironed my hair in almost a year and my hair still doesn't look healthy or long like I wanted to. For damaged, weakened, and brittle curls, stop brushing your hair and detangling with a comb. Right now your hair is in a super fragile state, so I'd suggest staying away from things like ammonia, lye, bleach and chlorine. Here's an easy, natural recipe to color and thicken your hair at the same time if you absolutely must color your hair. It was just postpartum shedding.Thanks to your blog I have learned to love and take care of my hair. Taking your daily dose of Vitamin E will also promote healthy hair growth, as it increases blood circulation and stimulates the hair follicles.
The first two times, I was pregnant by the time my baby was 8 and 9 months old, so I appeared to recover quickly.


My mother has a semi-weak hairline as well so I guess part of why mine was so drastic is genetic. LOW Manipulation and I also added a daily vitamin (actually extra pre-natals) to my routine. He will be a yr in Jan and I recently flat ironed and can tell where I'm still not as thick as it used to be. This time my baby just turned one, and while my hair has thickened up, it's not back 100%. And then the hair there is lighter than the rest of the hair on my head, so it's this funky red from the henna! I often get compliments on my hair, but you ladies know, we know our hair, and my hair is not as thick as it used to be. BUT they are certainly in much better shape than when I came to you and the curly readers for advice all those months ago.I can do my beloved flat twists again {{insert happy dance}}.
I was upset about it at first, but I just accepted it and before I knew it, my hair was back.
The only other recommendation that I have, because you are breastfeeding like I am, is that you check your iron levels.
I'll email you an update, what I did that I believe helped in my progress, and pictures of my edges before and after soon.
In addition to continuing my prenatals, I had to continue taking my iron pills as well, and make sure that you eat a well balanced nutritional diet, as well ensure that you are eating enough calories to support breastfeeding. The crown of my head still feels ruff he didn't take off as much ther be ause it had broken off very bad there.
A while back I gave AfrikanLatina some advice (which I now need to take myself) about dealing with Postpartum hair shed, aka telogen effluvium.



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