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#1 of 4 Old 06-07-2008, 08:30 PM - Thread Starter
 
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Not in major clumps or anything, but ALOT seems to come out when i brush, wash or run my hands through. I have very thick hair so I can afford to lose some, but is still worrying me. I had my DD 15 weeks ago if it makes any difference.

Anyone know the cause?

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Usually nothing to worry about... you stop shedding hair while pregnant. I noticed it around my 6th month- all of a sudden I didn't have to clean the shower drain out anymore before each shower. But then about 2-3 months PP, all that hair that didn't shed during pregnancy all comes out almost at once! It's just your head getting back to the normal shedding process.

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Phew thanks! I look around my house and my hair is everywhere...amazing where it ends up!

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That's true about the post-pregnancy loss, but if it keeps happening past that period look at adrenal fatigue, too.

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