Hi, my alopecia started 2 years ago in my beard, it has progressed to almost au except for a few hair on my legs and small white spikey hair covering the whole of my scalp. The white hair are nothing…Continue
Hi, i've not been on here for a long time now mainly because i have been struggling to cope with my alopecia which is at 90% scalp loss, total beard loss, both top lids of eyelashes gone and half an…Continue
Hey, I've had AA since April 2014, I had my first appointment with the derm after waiting almost 8 weeks for an appointment. Well what can I say he was a bit of an arse, but I can cope with that if…Continue
Hey people, just Your thoughts pleaseOn many websites and blogs health professionals say that alopecia lasts for around a year in most people and 80% fully regrow their hair back, surely this can't…Continue
"Hi pam, glad to hear you have some regrowth, i did try the gluten free diet which did help with my stomach problems but find it very difficult to stick with it. I have unfortunatly also developed vitiligo which is slowly spreading so things…"
"Sorry to hear Amr1 that two years later there has been no improvement. The re-growth I was experiencing back then has been slow, very slow. It has taken that long for my eyelashes and nose hair to grow back 75%; my eyebrows are just starting to…"
sorry to hear about your daughter and i hope she makes a speedy recovery. As for me i havent got a hair left on my body except for hundreds of spikey, short white hair on my scalp. Its been 2 years and they havent re pigmentated or grown so…"
Not sure if you're still on here or not but I wanted to share the fact that my daughter (who is a month away from her second birthday) started with Alopecia Areata 2 months ago, after a bout of bad tonsilitus. She's had 3…"
Hi, my alopecia started 2 years ago in my beard, it has progressed to almost au except for a few hair on my legs and small white spikey hair covering the whole of my scalp. The white hair are nothing to write home about as they have not changed colour and do not grow beyond a certain point. I stopped all treatment apart from going gluten free and have accepted that its not going away but hey if i could get my hair back then why not. So this brings me to my question, i live in the uk and the…See More
"Con el metodo coimbra(alta dosis de vitamina d ) en brasil curan el 95% de casos de vitiligo, en italia los datos son un 75% ...tenria que encontrar un medico que conoce el metodo coimbra ...cara tambien alopecia areata...el tiempo per es largo…"
"I had vitiligo for several years before my alopecia became serious. With hypothyroidism, vitiligo, and alopecia, I certainly wish there was some way to address general autoimmune issues. On the other hand, I consider myself lucky because, so far,…"
No worries, you can ask me anything you like. I developed vitiligo at eighteen (I'm 35). I had small white patches on both my feet and a small spot on my hands. Like you, I tried creams and ultraviolet light treatment -…"
"Hi, thanks for your response and i appreciate the concern. I think the only thing left for me to try is diet change gluten and dairy free. I cant believe id say this but my alopecia is the least of my worries at the moment and id say dealing with…"
"Hi, thanks for your response, im based in the UK and the dermatologist i am seeing is supposed to be good. He did say it could be a chemical reaction which is causing the loss of pigmentation, only problem is im pretty sure i havent been exposed to…"
"Hi cheyenne. I really appreciate your response, i totally understand what your going through, dealing with AT/AU was hard enough but the vitiligo is making my life miserable, i would really like to know which you developed first, where the vitiligo…"
"Hi amr 1,I have been AU for 35yrs and have suffered same symptoms as you at some time or other apart from milky spots.All of these symptoms appear to be immune related.Take a look at the Ldn thread started by pterese which is very informative.I…"
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