So a little follow up to my progress

I have seen progress in my hair growth. To be honest, I wanted quicker results but this is alright. Since I've been taking my probiotic vitamins I listed in my previous discussion, my fuzzy hair has been getting longer. I now have blond eyebrows, more and more eye lashes, nose hairs (I don't miss those..lol I forgot how they tickle my nose), armpit hair, and hair down there. Let me remind you, it's been years since I've had hair anywhere on my body. I've tried to take pictures, but I don't have a good camera. I have also added exercise and two tablespoons of organic Apple cider,daily. I do believe that the daily introduction of probiotics has really helped. I am also gluten free. Once I can get photos, I will post them. Best of luck to everyone else on your alopecia journey, whether you are new or a lifelong member. Blessed be.

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Comment by Jason on January 28, 2014 at 8:13am

fantastic news, keep up the great work and best of luck to you

Comment by Jason on January 28, 2014 at 8:13am

please keep me posted on your progress as well

Comment by Sunflower25 on January 28, 2014 at 7:24pm

what ones are you taking?

Comment by Robin on January 29, 2014 at 12:14am

 I drink probiotics daily in the form of Kefir, Kombucha, or KeVita, plus I take an amazing vitamin supplement called Vitamin Code for Women by Garden of Life. Look at my previous blog post for photos (:

Comment by Sierra D on January 29, 2014 at 12:41am

I have been doing the apple cider vinegar for some time now, only a few times a week. I mix it with warm water, a tbsp of cinnamon, local honey, and now turmeric and chug it. I have noticed a big difference in the way I feel. I also got sick from my son and immediately starting doing the cleanse each day and the sickness was gone within a few days, while my son's has hung on for about 3 weeks. Just an FYI for you..

Comment by Robin on January 29, 2014 at 12:52am

Thank you. I know what you are saying, it really does make me feel better as well.

Comment by Jane on February 1, 2014 at 4:26pm
This is very inspiring to read - I have AU for a long time and 5 years ago I was off gluten,dairy ,sugar and caffeine for 6 months and I had much fuzzy growth on my head, some eyebrow growth and eye lashes etc. I was really interested to see this and yet because I had had AU for do long I didn't really expect it to go anywhere . Then my life got very busy and I gradually let go of the diet. For a while now I have been reading Alopecia world posts and I am getting more and more convinced that there is a clear link between hairloss and diet. For sure there are other causes but I am going to follow your suggestions and try again. Your story is very helpful and thank you for sharing all this.please keep us up to date with your progress. Wishing you all the best.

A friend of mine who is a Chinese Traditional Medecine practitioner has always told me that hairloss, problems with bones, teeth and nails are linked to a kidney imbalance.
Comment by Jane on February 1, 2014 at 4:30pm
I forgot to mention that when I went back on all those foods, even though I have a pretty healthy diet and lifestyle - all the small hair growth disappeared.
Comment by Jane on March 21, 2014 at 6:00pm
I was disappointed that no one continued answering your blog . I wonder how you are doing and how your hair is - please let us know .

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