hair lossHello, I'm a 25 year old female who has been having problems with thinning hair for about 4 years. It has recently gotten a bit worse and more noticeable. I am very healthy and have very few health problems. I read some of the forums and noticed some similarites in symptoms with my own. My hair loss is mainly in the front and is slowly getting thinner. I was on birth control for many years and thought that might be the problem, but I have been off since oct 2004 and still have thinning. I have had problems with depression and anxiety and am on a 5mg dose of Lexapro for that, since May 2005. I too have thick, dark hair on other areas of my body, like on my legs, arm pits, and stomach. I have recently had a thyroid and iron test that both came back normal. I don't have insurance so it is difficult to get any other blood tests right now. Any suggestions would be helpful. Thanks
hloss on 2005-07-29
ive bin doin research is this topic 4 awhile because im dealing with some sort of hair loss myself! 4 women generally its easier to fix than mens its usually a shortage in sumthin or other or stress and there is sumthin called kombucha you should research dat could help you jst make sure that its the kombucha plant u get! this is a very very powerfull cure which works by detoxing ur whole body and boasting ur immune system trust me its well worth trying! contact me if you need more info
robert_healy last decade
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