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Here you are my Youtube channel in case you are interested on videos related with alopecia.
See you there!
Aquí os dejo el enlace a mi canal de Youtube donde iré subiendo vídeos relacionados con la alopecia. Si os interesa, ahí va:…Continue
Added by trici_moralita on April 27, 2017 at 7:59am — No Comments
Source: CNN/ By Alexandra Larkin
I agree with this mother that it is important to support your children with alopecia and help them understand that they are no different than anyone else with or without hair.
Added by Cheryl, Co-founder on April 27, 2017 at 3:13am — No Comments
I recently came across an article about Kylie Bamberger, a member of Alopecia World. Below are some excerpts I would like to share:
“Kylie Bamberger looks every bit the blushing bride in her wedding photos.…
Added by Cheryl, Co-founder on April 26, 2017 at 11:00pm — No Comments
I've been taking organic sulfur for 2 months , a teaspoon a day and my eye lashes are growing back. Sulphur also helps phase 2 liver detox, so is good for getting estrogen and other steroid hormones out of the body faster, as well as toxic metabolites sitting around from phase 1 liver detox. I've never seen anyone whose phase 2 was as fast as their phase 1, have you? I think everyone can benefit…Continue
“To be free from suffering, free yourself from attachments.”
They say being attached can lead to suffering, but we can also be attached to our suffering.
Every person living now is going through some kind of suffering……
There is death, sickness, poverty, injustice, cruelty, judgements, projections, failures, and insecurities.
Sometimes it is easy to forget that other…Continue
Added by gldean1988 on April 19, 2017 at 11:26am — No Comments
Hi Friends ,
I have been gluten and dairy free for 6 mos. I also see a dermatologist every 2 weeks for a application of some type of medication to my scalp that forms a dermititis. I have. AU and my whole scalp looks like eczema.
I'm not sure if it's my new diet or treatment. But something is growing. Has anyone else had this experience?
Thank you ,
I like to use different headbands, bandanas and turbans in my day to day. It´s funny! You can combine with your clothes.
Me gusta usar turbantes y bandanas en…Continue
Here I am back on this site years later and I'm loving it ...
I joined when I was around 14 years old and now I'm 18.
I was diagnosed with alopecia when I was just 4 years old. I decided to wear a wig when I was in 6th grade because I wanted to be like everyone else. Throughout the years I continued wearing them, although I didn't want to wear them any longer. It's hard you know, to just stop wearing wigs when everyone knows you as the girl with hair. But if I were to stop…Continue
I was over at a friend's house with my husband the other night for dinner. I've known the couple, Amanda and her husband, for quite some time, but, before I go further, I think I should mention that when I met Amanda, she had this beautiful long blonde curly hair, but, for some reason, she decided to chop it off to a brunette bob. I always thought this choice was strange. Her blonde hair was so pretty, and her brunette bob, while not ugly, really wasn't as stunning and…Continue
Here you have an article about women with alopecia in which I appear of the magazine Revelist.
A huge kiss everyone.
Added by trici_moralita on April 5, 2017 at 4:44am — No Comments
My name is Patricia and I was diagnosed with Alopecia Areata 10 years ago. I´m going to upload any kind of information you may find of interest. I also take this opportunity to tell you I have an Instagram profile which I share my life related with this disease. If you want to know more about me, you can find me as @trici_moralita
Hola a tod@s!
Antes de nada, me presento. Me llamo Patricia y tengo Alopecia Areata desde hace más de 10 años, ya casi…Continue
Added by trici_moralita on April 4, 2017 at 7:00am — No Comments
Added by Woof99 on April 2, 2017 at 11:53pm — No Comments
Hi everyone ! I have been on this website for a couple of years . I was diagnosed with FFA several years ago - have undergone treatments of all sorts with cortisone sprays and a few different medications that none of which helped. I did lose all of my brows pretty much and so had the microblading done . It is a bit painful but I was very happy with the results. My only advice is to be sure to get good recommendations for the technician first.
I have lost most of my body hair and I…Continue
I've had Alopecia Universalis for about 3 years now. My dermatologist had started to give me shots in my head, which I very shortly cut out of my visits with him due to the pain it gave me. He gave me methotrexate to see if that would help my immune system get more on track but as anyone with alopecia knows, it seems to be that we are all test rats for whatever meds to take. I also researched this more intense drug called Xeljanz. It was tested on a patient at Yale University who had…Continue
Thinking somehow when I got answers I would feel better. 1st group. 1st blog. Frustrated from writing an hour to comment on someone's blog only to LOSE everything I wrote. Tried to think of it as a purging not meant for others... But I feel so alone. Overwhelmed by all I've learned in last 72 hrs. But I am HERE. FEEL miserably physically but a hint of hope that I'll only be alone by choice now. And sometimes I need the solitude but find that to much time spent alone with my thoughts can be a…Continue
Added by philnatural on February 15, 2017 at 1:17am — No Comments
I have never written a blog before so please, bare with me.
When I was about 2 years old, I began losing patches of hair. My parents took me to doctors to determine the problem. It wasn't until I was 4, when all of my hair fell out (peach fuzz, eyelashes, eyebrows.. everything) that the doctor diagnosed me with Alopecia. From then on I was on a regimen of steroid drops to assist in hair growth. For a while, it worked. My mom and dad had such good attitudes about it so I couldn't help…Continue