Category : Hair Loss

Ticks And Tick Control

Introduction

Ticks lay eggs which hatch into larvae and develop into nymphs before becoming adults. After the eggs hatch each maturation event (called molting) requires the immature tick to feed on blood first. The adult female must also feed on blood prior to laying her eggs. The female will drop off the animal to lay her eggs (up to 6,000 depending on the species), and after they hatch, the larvae will climb a blade of grass or other object and wait for the presence of a suitable host on which to attach. read more

When Will Your Hair Grow Back

The solution depends on the medicine: chemotherapy, in one piece highbrow radiation, or tamoxifen.

Granting you had chemotherapy, here’s a conventional timetable:

* Two to three weeks after chemotherapy ends: elastic fuzz
* One month after: valid hair starts to extend at its common ratio
* Two months after: an inch of hair

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Worried about Hair Loss?

Losing your hair after chemotherapy treatment is quite common. The hair folicles weaken, therefore the hair falls out faster than usual.

Losing your hair after chemotherapy treatment is quite common. The hair folicles weaken, therefore the hair falls out faster than usual. Depending on the exact type of chemotherapy you have, hair loss starts anywhere between one to three weeks once your chemotherapy starts. Once the treatment is complete, you will notice your hair growing back. Sometimes it may not grow back just like it was before, people with curly hair have been known to have it grow back straight. Sometimes dark hair will grow back lighter. These changes are usually just temporary.
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