Rebonded Hair Growing Back Frizzy?

I have very frizzy, curly hair and about 3 years ago I rebonded it for the first time. Afterwards I kind of got addicted to it and rebonded my hair like every 5 months.


I had a baby 1.5 years ago and since then I've lost almost all my hair. The remaining hair is always a mess because half of the strands are straight and half are frizzy. It's just a few hair strands remaining now and I consulted a doctor immediately. She said that my hair is still growing fine from the roots, but the damaged hair is breaking and falling. So she didn't prescribe any additional medicine. But my hair is a nightmare now. It looks like a bird nest when I wake up, and I always keep it tied in a knot. I'm 31, but this hair style makes me look like I'm 50. Can someone please advise me on how to style my hair until it grows back? Or else, shall I curl all of my hair so that it's not uneven? Will it again damage my hair?

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November 3, 20190 found this helpful
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before you comb try putting some hair cream or hair oil
Before the bath or head wash put hair oil like mustered oil, coconut oil for some time then wash them with your shampoo and brush hairs before they dry. You remember to move your brush straight from top to bottom.

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November 4, 20190 found this helpful
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After having a child there can be hormone issues that can cause your hair to fall out if the hair was damaged before you delivered the baby. In this case it sounds like you could be experiencing some hormone issues and you may need to get some special vitimas for this.


If you are unhappy with the way your hair looks it is best to just try and get it syleed in a cut that will allow it to heal and grow back. Right now if you use a curling iron on your hair it can damage it further. You could try the old fashion rag curls or even rod curlers at night to make your hair look better.

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November 5, 20190 found this helpful
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Make sure you take vitamins and biotin daily, but try to keep your hair as safe as possible by keeping it conditioned and very gently combed with a wide-tooth comb. Try not to mess with it too much, and don't tie it up as it will tug on it.

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November 4, 20190 found this helpful

I think you have hormone issues and that is why your hair is falling out. I would see another doctor. In the meantime avoid any heat appliances, including blow dryers. Use only a wide-tooth comb on your hair.

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December 21, 20190 found this helpful

Something caught my attention in your post. You said the doctor did not prescribe any ADDITIONAL medications. Are you on something now?


I just went through a go-round with my doctor when she changed one of my medications and very shortly after I noticed my hair falling out in clumps. It was awful.

Sure enough, that was a side effect of the NEW medication. I am now back on my original medication, which is not the perfect solution (as it has its own issues) but hair loss is not one of them and I can live with the other side effects.

If your doctor won't acknowledge side effects, talk to a pharmacist and see what he/she says, then talk to your doctor if the answer is it could cause issues to your hair.

I was shocked when I figured out what was going on with me.

Sending prayers for solutions!

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