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Falling Hair
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Joselyn - April 10

I'm on my third-week pregnancy, I've found lately that my hair gradually falls. When I'm rise from my bed there are plenty of hair on my pillow, of these event has there a connection of my being pregnant?


Myka - April 10

As far as I know the pregnant woman has a fetus inside her womb and this need nutrients from the pregnant woman's body in order to its development. This might the cause of your falling hair. See a for an appropriate vitamin to be take.


Faith - April 10

Due to the rapid growth of the fetus inside the uterus then this might the cause of your falling hair. The fetus used the nutrients of the mother that the mother is already lacking the needed nutrients like protein.


cheska - April 10

I have not experience this during my pregnancy..i guess, it's part of the pregnancy changes..I will refer this also to my doctor to know whether this is normal or not. God bless!


chile - April 10

Hair fall can also happen even if we are not pregnant but there's also a connection of being pregnant because during pregnancy high levels of certain hormones cause the body to normally let the hair fall out.So, this is just normal.


Sarah - April 10

I guess, it's all about the shampoo you have been using which is too strong and your hair is just so sensitive enough..


Zenia - April 10

It might be due to the hormonal imbalance, which causes the development of the baby inside the womb.


margie - April 11

i am not pregnant but i also experience the same thing especially when i'm taking a bath. so many hair fall and i couldn't explain why it's happening like that. but in your case, maybe it has a connection with your pregnancy.


elle - April 14

Many women experience increased hair and nail growth as well as thicker and shinier hair. However, some women experience the flip side of that coin. Dryness, breakage and loss of hair are common complaints from pregnant women. The good news though, you don't have to wait for the birth of that bundle of joy to get your "normal" hair back. To combat dryness be sure to use a good conditioner and deep condition more often. To prevent breakage, there is not a lot that you can do, but you can use styling products to hide the evidence. Hair generally breaks off about an inch or two from the root and can be very conspicuous at the part.


greta - April 14

Hair fall while you are pregnant may be due to a vitamin or mineral deficiency.


Doreen - April 14

When I was pregnant with my third baby, I also experience falling hair, it last for two doctor told me that I do have vitamin E deficiency. That's why I agree with Greta.



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