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This is the story of a young woman we will call Melody for this story... Melody finally reached her weight loss goals and was thrilled, but soon after she began to notice that her hair was falling out. She had heard this could happen, so she did not panic at first. Rather she began using over the counter supplements and other hair products products that she could buy from her local grocery store, but in the end none of them really seem to work.
September is Alopecia Awareness Month. Many people ask me what is alopecia exactly? The word alopecia itself is the medical term for hair loss. It does not refer to one specific form of hair loss. Any form of hair loss is alopecia. I’ve been helping people young and old with various types of alopecia for decades. I’ve seen it all. There are a few distinct categories of alopecia. Let me break down a few of them.