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My scalp is so oily after having a baby! What can I do?

There are some things about the 4th trimester that I had a vague awareness of.  The way my body would look after delivery was a big one (shout out to all the Moms posting real photos on IG so I wasn't disillusioned). The lack of sleep I had been warned about, but you never fully grasp it until you are in it.  I wasn't informed I would be a constant milk machine, or that I would leave little trails of hair wherever I went like glitter ...except not glitter, and oh you better pick every little hair up or it could wrap around your babies toe and cause the blood to stop circulating (insert constant panic). I also had zero clue was...

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What Happens To Hair When You Are Stressed?

No one told me my hair would fall out after I had a baby. Hashtag I hate postpartum hairloss.   No one told me my hair loss could be worse if I stressed about my hair falling out after baby or experienced one of the millions of reasons we have anxiety as a New Mom.  What many people will tell you is your hair loss is simply hormones and estrogen dropping.  The truth is, it can be much bigger than that.  A combination of stress shedding on top of the hormonal shed can be taking place as a New Mom and it's important to ensure your body is equipped to fight that, so you aren't lingering in the hair loss phase...

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Does Breastfeeding Cause Postpartum Hair Loss?

When I had my first son, I was breastfeeding exclusively and I remember feeling so drained and depleted after.  I ate more while pumping than I did even during my pregnancy, which made me wonder now years later had I lost vitamins or nutrients while pumping?  Had that loss affected my hair? Was breastfeeding the baby literally the cause of my hair loss? 

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Is stress from Covid-19 causing hair loss?

The coronavirus has had distressing effects on patients and those watching the pandemic unfold alike.  Manifesting in different ways for different people one common side effect we are hearing is hair loss.  Dermatologists are getting calls for appointments as people find clumps of hair on pillows and hair falling in the shower.  Some people have even admitted to their doctors they fear to brush their hair or showering because of the intense fallout they see with each wash or brush.  Doctors have shared how this can affect patients causing even more stress.  As the body deals with physical and emotional stress the nutrients it uses for hair production and the growth phase is shifted to other parts of the body. ...

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