Question by mr query: Can a progress spurt cause momentary hair reduction?
I am 17 years aged and have often experienced thick, prolonged hair. However lately, I observed more hairs ended up falling out than normal and even my hairline was receding a little. By natural means, currently being only seventeen years aged, I am involved. I was trying to appear up with a handful of theories for why this could be happening, and then I considered perhaps it is the result of a progress spurt, since for the duration of progress spurts there can be high levels of testosterone which can direct to hair decline. So, my concern is: Can a expansion spurt trigger hair reduction?
And, far more importantly: is the hair loss momentary?
Response by richard
it could potentially be cancer.
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