7 Reasons Your Hair Is Thinning
We can not tell you how big of a role that hormones play in the condition of your hair. Thyroid hormone imbalances (as discussed above), and pregnancy or postpartum hormones (or lack thereof) are probably the most common causes of hair loss. Postpartum hair loss is extremely common, and in many women, as they approach and go through menopause. Changes in birth control methods can also affect your hair's thickness.
Talk to your gynecologist about your hair loss concerns as you experience some of these big life changes, especially if older female family members experienced hair loss after pregnancy and during and post-menopause.
Postpartum hair loss is, fortunately, usually only a temporary problem. Many women lose a significant amount of hair 6-12 weeks after birth or after breastfeeding, but the hair often regrows and returns to normal over the course of 6-12 months.
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