Professional Wigs (Hair loss)

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MxOAgentJohnson
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I dont know if this is the right section to be posting this, but i will anyway.

I wont go into complete detail, as it is a private matter and its something i struggle with in life thats caused this, but i have patches of hair missing on my head, just completely gone patches and falling out hair, i will most likely end up bald eventually but for now i have bits and bobs.

I wear hats usually, i wear a hat at work i wear a hat at home. Always wearing a hat.

I want to get a wig, a professional one, like i said the issue is related to health but its less advice for health more, where can i go to get a realistic wig. Or atleast multiple ones so i dont feel concerned, and one that wont be noticable for the most part.

I didnt want to go into university looking like this, nor do i really want to be bald at 21.

Any advice would be great, i appreciate it!
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Hey, so sorry to hear about the obviously difficult experience you have had with hair loss. I don't know much about professional wig making but i'm pretty sure that Macmillan cancer specialists help make wigs for women losing their hair either for health reasons or during treatment. Maybe you can look into contacting them?
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(Original post by Eva.Gregoria)
Hey, so sorry to hear about the obviously difficult experience you have had with hair loss. I don't know much about professional wig making but i'm pretty sure that Macmillan cancer specialists help make wigs for women losing their hair either for health reasons or during treatment. Maybe you can look into contacting them?
I am male personally but i guess it works for both? I read into it but they only really support Cancer patients, not people with my issue.

I will look closer into them though as my issue is unrelated to cancer but something i cant help doing making me lose my own hair,.
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(Original post by MxOAgentJohnson)
I am male personally but i guess it works for both? I read into it but they only really support Cancer patients, not people with my issue.

I will look closer into them though as my issue is unrelated to cancer but something i cant help doing making me lose my own hair,.
I'm sure they probably do the same for male cancer patients but i'm not really sure about non-cancer patients?

A wig might be available but maybe if you are willing to pay for it. It might be helpful to give them a call just to make sure
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