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Seeking any remedy suggestions for a 5 year old with Alopecia universalis

My daughter is 5 years old will be six in Dec. She is a twin and was born with a full head of hair. When she was 2 7 shots were given in one day because she was behind. A short time after bald patches started on the crown of her head and rapidly spread over her entire head. The last hair she lost was her eyebrows and lashes. She has not had any significant growth on her head since. One year ago she had a allergic reaction to what we beleive were cherrys and her eyebrows and eyelashes came back and remain, however, nothing on her head. She eats well, plays hard, has no complaints of any pain or discomfort. I am at a stand still and need advice of any kind, as her twin sister has now started losing her hair as well. Her nails are brittle, but were much worse two years ago. They have started to smooth out. Any help is greatly appreciated.
 
  jaime409 on 2010-11-04
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
'When she was 2 7 shots were given in one day because she was behind.'

^^^^ What shots were these ?
 
sameervermani 9 years ago

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