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    My boyfriend is really worried because he is losing his hair, at first i thought he was being paranoid but i realised he really is. It's only in patches, and whenever he goes in the shower, loads of hair comes out - it's starting to get noticable. I don't think the problem is stress related, maybe it's something to do with gel?? (he uses a hell of a lot of it)... If anyone has any advice i would be very greatful, luv ya all x
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    (Original post by lil_crazyflakes)
    My boyfriend is really worried because he is losing his hair, at first i thought he was being paranoid but i realised he really is. It's only in patches, and whenever he goes in the shower, loads of hair comes out - it's starting to get noticable. I don't think the problem is stress related, maybe it's something to do with gel?? (he uses a hell of a lot of it)... If anyone has any advice i would be very greatful, luv ya all x
    i don't see why gel should cause hair loss coz i use quite a bit but tell him to either give up using it or use a different type to see if thats whats causing it.

    also remember that its autumn... some animals do moult like they do in spring dunno why i think its so fresh fur can grow :confused:
    anyway since its a person whos losing hair just cut back on the gel
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    (Original post by horrorboy)
    i don't see why gel should cause hair loss coz i use quite a bit but tell him to either give up using it or use a different type to see if thats whats causing it.

    also remember that its autumn... some animals do moult like they do in spring dunno why i think its so fresh fur can grow :confused:
    anyway since its a person whos losing hair just cut back on the gel
    Thanku, but he has always used as much for all the time i have known him and it has never happened before
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    how olds your boyfriend?

    might be a case of he's going bald naturally already...
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    (Original post by shootingstar)
    how olds your boyfriend?

    might be a case of he's going bald naturally already...
    he is 17 :eek:
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    (Original post by lil_crazyflakes)
    Thanku, but he has always used as much for all the time i have known him and it has never happened before
    tell him to go to the doctors, they should refere him to a specialist who deals with hair loss and stuff. its hardly likely to be serious but tell him to just see someone anyway
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    http://kidshealth.org/teen/diseases_...hair_loss.html

    from reading that its probably his hair gel/products thats causing it
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    (Original post by horrorboy)
    tell him to go to the doctors, they should refere him to a specialist who deals with hair loss and stuff. its hardly likely to be serious but tell him to just see someone anyway
    I said if it doesn't improve in a few weeks he should go 2 the doctors... hmm thanku x
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    (Original post by horrorboy)
    http://kidshealth.org/teen/diseases_...hair_loss.html

    from reading that its probably his hair gel/products thats causing it
    Hmm interesting, thanks...
 
 
 
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