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    Default My hair doenst grow anymore

    The last time I cut my hair was when DS was born. I cut it short and it hasn't grown back...DS is 5years old.

    I used to have nice long curly hair and now its super thin and wont grow past my shoulders (so when its dry it is just under my ears cos its so curly).

    I hate it. I don't know what do to. I want my hair back.

    Ive tried thickening conditioners/shampoos and nothing works.

    I put a blonde colour through it over a year ago and it destroyed my hair. Was like it burnt the ends and its never recovered.

    Any thoughts or tips?

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    No but I'm in the same boat! I went to the hairdresser this week and he even said it hadn't grown since he last cut it in December. I have the weirdest layers and I just hate it. I really only ever wear it up now as it just doesn't look right.

    I'm taking omega 3 to see if it helps.

    My hairdresser thought it could be related to my body not being pregnant or breastfeeding anymore even though it's been 18 months since I weaned my youngest. By now I'd normally be pregnant again.

    I don't know. I just know it's doing my head in.

    Glad to know I'm not alone. Feels so trivial but it is frustrating as nothing else in my life has changed.

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    subbing. My 13 year old DD used to have the most beautiful long hair and now it is thin and limp and won't grow and breaks easily.
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    ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1461984679.025862.jpgI would give this a try to promote healthy hair from within

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    Quote Originally Posted by bel2466 View Post
    Attachment 80840I would give this a try to promote healthy hair from within
    Have you had success with this? I tried it for a few months and it did nothing.

    I honestly think mines hormonal. I'm so frustrated with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sonja View Post
    Have you had success with this? I tried it for a few months and it did nothing.

    I honestly think mines hormonal. I'm so frustrated with it.
    You would need to try it for many many months to see the effects, because it's working from the inside at the cellular level. I'd give it 12-18 months before giving up on the vitamins. I've taken them before and they worked, but it is a long term solution, not a quick fix.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hollywood View Post
    You would need to try it for many many months to see the effects, because it's working from the inside at the cellular level. I'd give it 12-18 months before giving up on the vitamins. I've taken them before and they worked, but it is a long term solution, not a quick fix.
    Yeah it was probably 6 months. I took it for stronger nails. Didn't make a difference

    Interesting just googled reviews to see how long it's meant to work. Having read these I wouldn't take it.

    http://www.productreview.com.au/p/sw...kin-nails.html

    I wonder if they've changed the ingredients?


 

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