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Can I go bald from postpartum hairloss?

If you are here reading this, chances are you are in the midst of it.  The constant hair fall and shedding that covers your bathroom floor.  The glimpses you allow yourself to catch as you walk by a mirror noticing how much thinner your hair looks.  The patchy scalp you try to cover up by changing your hair part, yet agonize over in the privacy of your own room.  The hair strands themself dryer than the summer you splashed in chlorine every day barely conditioning.   You are experiencing intense postpartum hair loss and its scary.  You may be wondering what is going on.  Why is your shedding so intense.  There are many factors to consider so lets layout a few....

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Should I take biotin for postpartum hairloss?

Biotin for Hair: There are several vitamins that play a part in growing thick, healthy, strong hair.  Biotin is one of the only natural supplements backed by science that show growth for those having deficiencies.  Postpartum Hairloss: After giving birth a mother's body sheds the vitamins they have been holding onto while pregnant.  That sudden shedding can lead to a sudden deficiency extremely common in postpartum women.  The vitamins shed include vitamins needed to grow and maintain strong and healthy hair.  This is why it is so common for postpartum hair loss and shedding to occur.   Biotin is part of the Vitamin B family. A water-soluble vitamin that your body needs to convert certain nutrients into energy.  Biotin also plays...

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How does collagen prevent postpartum hair loss?

The science of it: Years ago collagen was mainly marketed as the component surrounding the bones and as helping out joints move smoothly.  Further studies showed it had the ability to keep muscles and tendons together and even rebuild cartilage as well as help ease lower back pain.  Collagen and postpartum hair growth: So when did collagen make the jump to the postpartum world? It's now considered a fundamental component triggering hair growth. Collagen contains proline, considered a building block for hair.  It actually is the most abundant protein in humans making up 75% of our dry weight and 30% of our total protein mass. As we get older and start to lose more collagen, and then factor in sun...

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The Best Gifts For A New Mom Written By A Mom

If you've ever searched "the best gifts" for a specific occasion, chances are you've been met with a google listing of paid advertisements and sponsored posts.  As a Mom of two, I've been on the receiving end of gifting when a new baby was on the way.  Now don't get me wrong, I'm grateful for every thought and present showered upon me.  The fact that anyone spends time or money on me always tends to overwhelm me and I'm sincerely appreciative.   That said, these are some of the most used and loved products I've found to be the best as a New Mom that aren't for the baby but for the Mother.  

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5 Things No One Told You Would Happen After I Gave Birth

1. Your Hair Can Fall Out:  Ok so this isn't the first thing that could happen, it usually takes a few months...but I found it the most disturbing.  Here you are with one thing going for you while enduring pregnancy and childbirth ... that GORGEOUS PREGNANCY THICK HAIR.  Your body holding on to all those nutrients and your hormones giving you the best hair of your life, and then you deliver new life and BAM , bye bye pregnancy hair and hello patchy scalp. You will hear "it will grow back...eventually...probably", or "why don't you try a different haircut", or the ones that tried to act like I was worrying to much about my looks by suggesting I just focus...

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