It’s usually about three months postpartum when you notice it: Clumps of hair circling the bathtub drain when you’ve finally found few baby-free minutes to wash your hair. 💕
Postpartum alopecia is totally normal! Hair loss that occurs in women about two to four months after giving birth. Postpartum alopecia forms part of the diffuse hair loss occurring at an acute telogen phase. This is an excessive shedding that is temporary and most visible at the frontal vertex. This particular type of alopecia is caused by lower estrogen levels. Hair may appear thin, dull and greasy.
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