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Hair fall is a very common thing after the delivery. It affects around 50 % of women in the months following childbirth.
Following childbirth, estrogen levels drop (returning to their pre-pregnancy levels), prompting the hair follicles to enter the resting phase and fewer hair to grow. After about 100 days in the resting phase, the hair begins to shed. In the postpartum period, stress and undernutrition also impact hormone levels, influencing hair growth.
Changes in hormone levels before, during, and after pregnancy can affect hair growth. It is completely normal to experience hormonal imbalance after giving birth, and postpartum hair loss is one of the symptoms of hormonal imbalance.
I suggest the following.
- Ensure that you are getting regular, gentle-to-moderate exercise.
- Consume a healthy diet rich in nutrients, especially vitamins, to support your changing body and help its postpartum recovery.
- Take postpartum vitamin and mineral supplements as well.
- Take the tests: Complete blood count (CBC), serum vitamin D, B12, and TSH levels.
Kindly do the following tests and follow up with the results.
I hope this helps.
Thank you and take care.