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I developed Alopecia at 19 I lost all the hair on my scalp and my eyebrows thinned out. I regrew my hair about a year later. But, the hair lose started again at 32. I have a 10 year old Daughter and 9 year old son. Niether of them have had any spots on their heads. They were both born with very thin hair and now they both have thicker hair than I ever had. I think I read somewhere that if you don't develop Alopecia till your an adult its less likely to be genetic. I don't remember if they lost hair as a baby but I remember it being super thin almost like they were bald and it grew very, very slow.
A family member of mine also had alopecia since she was about 3 years old. She also just had a baby recently and was very nervous about passing it on. When her baby was about 3 months old, she started losing her hair as well and she started getting very nervous. However her baby is now 8 months old and has a full head of hair. Her pediatrician told her that It's a normal and actually healthy procedure that every kid goes through. Lots of kids are born with a head full of hair - this hair is baby hair that protect them in their mothers womb. However when they lose it it's a sign that there hair will now grow back. You must be really scared especially after everything you went through but from what I just saw, it's nor mal and healthy. I'm sure everything is fine - keep us posted! Thinking about you:)