Struggling with Lyme disease

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Hair loss continues… good thing I had a lot of hair to begin with

January8

Well, the hair loss continues.  Sigh.  Starting last September, before I resumed treatment for Lyme, I started losing a large clump of hair with every shower.  Here’s how much:

And this is just what I lose while I’m finger-combing the conditioner through my hair.  It doesn’t include what I lose during the shampoo or throughout the day.  Yikes!  Good thing I had a lot of hair to begin with or else I would definitely be bald by now.  It’s very thin in places, but not “need a hat” stage yet.

I personally think this is related to Babesia, another tick borne disease that I just started treating for.  I actually get chills in my scalp.  Weird!

4 Comments to

“Hair loss continues… good thing I had a lot of hair to begin with”

  1. On January 16th, 2013 at 12:52 am JP Says:

    I am also allergic to nightshades.

    Have you seen this site?

    http://marshallprotocol.com

    Good Health,
    JP

  2. On January 16th, 2013 at 10:49 am jenifer Says:

    I’ve heard of it, but never looked into it at all.

  3. On May 20th, 2015 at 4:22 am Karien Says:

    I currently have lyme disease. Started treatment 2 months ago. Did your hair ever stopped falling out and did it grow back?

  4. On May 29th, 2015 at 1:06 pm jenifer Says:

    The hair loss seems to come and go. It got a bit better after adjusting thyroid medications and adding Vitamin D3 to my regimen. But, I do have times where the roots of my hair hurt and then I lose some more. I have had hair grow back, but it’s definitely not as thick as it used to be.

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