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What is the best way to handle female hair loss post-partum?

My husband hates wigs…I can’t afford expensive weaves.
What can I do to best deal with hair loss along my front hairline? (I was already told this is normal post-partum hair loss and that it will grow back over time.) Currently, I am wearing twists and have been wearing headbands to cover up the short hair spots.


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4 Responses to “What is the best way to handle female hair loss post-partum?”

  • shermiegyrl:

    I remember those days. I lost a lot of hair after I had my son. One way I dealt was to wear bangs to help disguise a slightly thinner hairline. I wore my hair curled and full, to make it look thicker.

    My hair did grow back. It is not quite as thick as it was before, but it is still thick.

  • MakeSure1Th5:21:

    I’ve never had children, so haven’t experienced the problem. However, I do know of something that you may get some ideas from:

    I Won My Battle With Postpartum Depression
    http://www.watchtower.org/library/g/2002/7/22a/article_01.htm

    Understanding Postpartum Depression
    http://www.watchtower.org/library/g/2003/6/8/article_01.htm

    "Make sure of all things; hold fast to what is fine."
    (1Th 5:1-28, NWT)

  • Virginia R:

    I’m dealing with the same thing. I just had a baby 4 months ago and my hair falls out like crazy. I’ve asked different people and also asked my doctor and, apparently, there’s nothing you can do about it right now and, that yes, it’s normal and will eventually grow back. I asked if I could use Nioxin products (a line of hair care products made specifically for thinning hair) but they said no, since I was breastfeeding ( I should wait until I stopped). Now, if you’re not breastfeeding, that would probably be a very good option for you. I’ve never heard anything bad about the product and everyone claims it stops hair loss and triggers new growth. If you are breastfeeding, I wouldn’t advise you quit just to use the product. Your child needs that valuable nutrition. If nothing else, just make sure you eat well and get all the nutrients you need and drink plenty of water.

  • VeggieCandleLady:

    Wow! I didn’t know that female hair loss could be related to pp!

    My hairline is like that and no one ever or I never thought this could be a possibility.

    Thanks for the insight & posting this question!

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