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Question by DreamSister: How can I tell if I’m losing TOO MUCH hair?
I just started a medication with “hair loss” listed as a possible side effect. Being female and an actor, I’m terrified of going bald! So I’m trying to monitor how much hair I lose each day. That way, if I notice it starting to happen, I can let my doctor know before any serious thinning/balding happens.
What I need to know is, how much is TOO much? How do I know if what I find in the shower drain strainer is normal or something to tell my doctor about? My hair is fine but abundant, down to my shoulder-blades. Here’s how it stands after my first week on the medication: When I wait 12 hours between shampoos, I get just about 20 or so strands in the strainer. When I give it 36-48 hours, I get about 1/2 teaspoon of tangled hair.
Are there any other tips or tricks that I can do (like running my fingers through my hair) to figure out whether I’m experiencing abnormal hair loss?
Thank you everyone!
Answer by Ellyne ♥
okay this is like a weird psychological thing – you become super aware of the potential side effect and then you get incredibly paranoid…i mean how often do you notice hair loss before you started taking those medications?
i would say that whatever is normal for you is fine. keep monitoring it if you like, but don’t freak out!
and also, running your fingers through your hair or brushing it more might actually make it weaker and more likely to fall out anyway.
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