Hair today, gone tomorrow

During pregnancy, it’s common for your tresses to feel fuller than they did before you were with child. That’s because increased estrogen levels lengthen the growth stage of hair, reducing the amount of strands you […]

During pregnancy, it’s common for your tresses to feel fuller than they did before you were with child. That’s because increased estrogen levels lengthen the growth stage of hair, reducing the amount of strands you shed and leaving you with more locks than usual.
preggers-hair2After baby arrives and hormones start settling, you may notice excessive hair loss. Don’t fret. It’s not permanent. Just as your hair reacted to more hormones, your ’do is now responding to a lack thereof. Expect the adjustment to take about six months, but if the problem continues, talk to your doc.

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