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The former "Glee" star shares what she's learned about dealing with postpartum hair loss.
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"The only thing preventing you from doing something you love, is you."
This is scary.
This is the product the actor swears by.
Your shampoo could be causing hair loss.
Despite recent advances in understanding and treating hair loss, there is still unfortunately an abundance of misinformation and misconceptions surrounding what exactly causes hair loss, who is at risk, and how to treat it.
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Genetics are often to blame for hair loss, and rightfully so, at least in many cases. But while genetics are the most common cause of hair loss in both men and women, for some, hair loss can be caused by a variety of other reasons.
We can thank, or blame, our mothers for a lot of things. But is hair loss one of them? We've all heard it before; hair loss is passed down from your mother's side, but how much truth is there to this saying?
One woman is claiming Batiste dry shampoo left her with a bald patch and blisters and sores on her scalp.
"There's not a day I don't cry and just keep praying the hair will eventually stop falling out."
AA is an autoimmune disease in which inflammation causes hair loss that manifests as localized bald patches on the scalp. The cause is yet to be verified, but the Canadian Dermatology Association states that hair loss can be caused by stress, childbirth, diet or even underlying issues such as lupus or diabetes. In my specific case, my dermatologist could not provide me with anything conclusive, but she strongly suggested my AA was stress-induced.