Hi, I'm Harlow!

I was born with Alopecia Universalis. I know how difficult it is coming to terms with having the condition, it took me a long time. I know what it feels like to go through treatment after treatment praying for something to finally work, and being disappointed every time. I just wanted to let all who read this know that I am hear for you. Not many people understand what having this condition is like, so please reach out if you ever want to talk  

Stay foxy xx 

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Hey Harlow,

Im new to the group and saw your post. Thanks for this encouragement. It took me a long time to come to terms with this devastating illness. A year ago I started noticing 1 or 2 hairs falling out. 12 months and an emotional rollercoaster later... and here we are. 

Thanks for the support. I give you a lot of credit. 


Hi Harlow, I'm new to this been diagnosed with AA last week now 2 patches have turned into 10 patches in 12 days and I'm so so upset and scared and so guilty for feeling so so upset and distraught because there are worse things to be diagnosed with and here I am crying me eyes out over a bit of hair, how can I get passed this at the moment I cannot seem to see the light at the end of the tunnel have you any advice or tips on how to over come this

Harlow, you're strength shows. It is a pleasure to meet you! 



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