Losing the Will..

So tonight I went back to the castor and black seed oil blend. Massaged into my head to reduce the pain I’m getting again.

I then sat with my @theradome Helmet on to encourage stimulation in the follicles.

Then an hour later I added minoxidil and begun seven star hammering. I’ve realised 3 months after receiving seven star hammering treatment by @duncan_ford my hair started to grow back.

Next week I’m seeing my derma and I’m having local steroid injections into the new patches. I HATE these but they do give me growth and hopefully will slow the loss again.

I’m then having an iron transfusion via IV to try to restore my iron levels as they are still very low.

Continuing to eat organic – to cut gluten and diary and exercise 3 times a week.

If my hair doesn’t grow back after doing this regime religiously for a year then I think I will have to give up and except I will live the rest of my life in wigs.

I’m spending far too much money trying to restore this mess of a hair do and too much time and energy.

I’ve given up the chemo drugs as they make me feel so awful. Anyone else tried methotrexate and been ok on it?

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Hey there, I am a 43 year old mum of 3. I am married to a great guy and live in the beautiful rustic charms of Rutland. I lost my hair over the course of 3 years! Following my wedding party for my 1st wedding anniversary and a series of bad news my hair started to fall out in patches. Slowly but surely all my hair fell out. Devasted I've tried everything to get it to grow back. This is my diary of my hair loss journey .... www.hairlossdiaires.blog

2 thoughts on “Losing the Will..

  1. Oh, reading this brings back so much, I totally feel your frustration and pain. When I first developed AA, then AU, 21 years ago, I went around with about 60 white hairs sticking out of my head, no hats, no wigs. I was in a weird state of hope and denial and felt like I was losing my mind along with my health. Fast forward to now and while my hair still hasn’t grown back, I’m working with a doctor who is all about holistic approaches and I’ve never felt better in my life. If you feel you’ve had some success with the approaches you’re trying, stick with them but if you’re uncertain, do what’s best for your whole body (and soul), not just your hair. In the grand scheme of our beautiful biology, hair isn’t important compared to our hearts, guts, lungs, blood, brains, etc. I found that shifting my focus from my hair to my whole self has radically improved how I feel about my baldiness. (Not that I would give my left pinkie to have my hair back, too. :}) Best to you in your journey, I’ll keep watching and sending you hairy wishes!

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