(Hopefully NOT) Hair Gone!

This is what I feed my hair every day, but it doesn’t matter because the inevitable has begun.

I am officially losing my hair.  Literally.

It happened about 3 years ago too, when Ethan was about 4 or 5 months, and now that Hannah jus turned 4 months, I find stray strands of long hair all over the place.  It’s all part of the childbirth and motherhood process really.

As if it wasn’t enough that my hair is already very little and fine as it is, this hair-losing streak will cause me more worries.  Does not help that my kids love pulling my hair!

Does anyone have any advice and/or solution for hair nourishment?  By the way, I don’t like using hair tonic, so strike that off the list, please!

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8 Responses to (Hopefully NOT) Hair Gone!

  1. PB says:

    GT, I found that when I had long hair, it’d drop a lot but when I cut it shorter there was less hair fallout. Could a new hair style be the trick? Sorry never went through the childbearing process but I did read this is one of the down sides.

    The Giddy Tigress says: That could be something to try! Thanks PB!

  2. ehon says:

    Haha. I lose hair everyday, yet I still have lots of hair!

    The Giddy Tigress says: That’s cos you have a lot of hair to begin with! LOL

  3. ablogaway says:

    Well, I heard our breastmilk could help, though I haven’t really give it a try. A mother shared this with me – rub the breastmilk to your scalp, it would help.

    The Giddy Tigress says: Now THAT’s something I haven’t tried before. I have tried beer but breast milk…hmmm….you know, I just might! Thanks, Irene!

  4. michelle says:

    Take food with vitamin B12.

    The Giddy Tigress says: hmm….like nuts?

  5. wen says:

    its only temp, joyce. it will grow back so gotta be patient..:)

  6. Paik Ling says:

    Welcome to my club! I’ve got so little hair which drops all the time that my nickname is “feather duster”! My mum swears by rubbing brandy on the scalp (which doesn’t help in my case). I go for scalp treatment every 2 months, which I must say, have helped considerably.

  7. sharine says:

    same here too… and I did nothing!!! perhaps I am genetically full of black hair which inherited from my mum… so no big difference but I notice more and more white hair now… hai…

  8. mistipurple says:

    i think besides childbirth and motherhood, one does go through periods of shedding. i feel like a dog some days of the year. talking about which, i am a dog now.. woof woof.
    yes i am in my shedding cycle. eek

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