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Hair loss after pregnancy...

Hi. Well, I could use some help. Alot of my hair has been coming out for the past couple months, since I had my daughter back in June. I will run my hand through it and get little clumps of hair out. Also when I am washing it I will get quite a bit out. When I brush it I get the most out. I constantly have hair everywhere, on my clothes, on my sheets, etc. It is getting to be really frustrating. I dont know if it is something that normally happens after pregnancy but I didnt have this much hair loss when I was pregnant with my son. Is there a remedy that will help with this? I saw sulfur for hair loss in another post but I dont know if it applies to my situation or not. I appreciate any advice. Thanks!

  jen78fl on 2008-11-17
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jen78fl last decade
Hello Jen

You may want to look up carbo veg, Nat. Mur and Sepia. Sepia is a top graded remedy for this. Look up and if you feel your symptoms reasonably match with sepia, take a few doses of 30c and wait for atleast 2 weeks to analyse the reaction.
maheeru last decade
Thanks maheeru!
jen78fl last decade
You're welcome Jen. Hair loss might require frequent dosing that can be done using wet dose if necessary.
maheeru last decade

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