Post # 1
Just wondering it anyone is having the same problems as I have with seasonal (maybe?) hair loss. I noticed that twice a year, around the months of Jan-Feb and July-Aug, the amount of hair I shed increases dramatically. And its so stressful to see, not really knowing whether it will stop or continue until I’m bald! Wanted to see if its really a thing, and whether or not will it ultimately affect the density of your hair as the years go by. Thanks!
Post # 2
- Wedding: May 2019 - City, State
I’ve noticed this loosely (I’ll loose considerably more hair in the fall and spring), and my mom has noticed this to the point where she consulted her doctor. Her doctor said it was normal to experience increased hair loss about twice a year, so long as the rate wasn’t constant. If your hair loss definitively slows down for a few months, then picks up, I (as a non doctor) would say it was probably normal. But if you’re noticing clumps dropping at a time, or seeing bald patches, then I would absolutely consult your doctor.
Post # 3
mrsbjj17 : Yes, this happens to me also. I only recently realized that it appears to be seasonal.