Post-pregnancy and childbirth can raise a plethora of issues such as depression, body pain, stretch marks, and hair loss is just one of them. The volume of hair loss can be major for some women in particular and hence it becomes important to seek professional medical help. In fact, hair loss is an issue that is not just prevalent after childbirth.
For many women, hair loss can exist even before the entire period of pregnancy and during or after pregnancy, it may only get worse. So how do you know whether you should be seeing the doctor or not? The one year following the birth of your child will give you an idea about seeking professional help. If you sense that your hair fall is getting out of hand and the issues don't get under control within one year of the post-partum, then it will be sensible to approach a doctor.
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And hey, there's no need to panic really! All these issues are not a sign that your baby isn't healthy. You can have a healthy birth and still face post-partum issues. Regardless of your age, hair loss is an issue that can be fixed, either using short-term tricks or long-term, gradual restoration. The infographic below will help you understand the myths surrounding hair loss, as well as what you can do to prevent hair loss, both in the short and long run.
Infographic by: MomLovesBest