Alright. I've been thinking about this for the past few months and I've decided to jump on it. Here I am, making it official: starting January 1, I'm officially doing a 30-day Paleo Diet for PCOS challenge! Why 30 days? Because I'm someone that needs to set small, incremental goals. If I tell myself ... Read More about Paleo Diet for PCOS: Does it Work?
So, does Spironolactone for hair loss work in women? I got put on Spiro (a.k.a. Aldactone) about four months ago. My doctor was actually hesitant to put me on it because he felt:1) Even though I complained of thinning hair, I hid it well he couldn't see it. "It doesn't look that bad."2) The ... Read More about Spironolactone for Hair Loss: Does it Work? (Photo)
If you've done any Google-ing, you know there are a ton of symptoms out there that can point towards PCOS (poly-cystic ovarian syndrome), but how can you diagnosis PCOS yourself? Unfortunately, many of those symptoms can mean other things, too. The best reasoning I've heard to help steer you in the ... Read More about How to Diagnose PCOS: My Story
As much as I'd rather not show this picture to pretty much anyone, I guess it's a necessity on a female hair loss blog, huh? Quick, shield your eyes...a female losing hair is incoming:This is me in mid-November, 2012. I was really bummed because this was taken right after I left the ... Read More about Just a Female Losing Hair (Here I Am!)
Well, so it's not really the end of the world (at least, to the best of my knowledge), but it's December 21, 2012, which is the day many fanatics were predicting it to be. Yes, I know the Mayans predicted the end of some phase, as well. Apparently, it was supposed to occur at 6:12 a.m. Eastern ... Read More about It’s the End of the World! Wish I Went Out with More Hair
While I'm super-happy that you've joined me here, I'm bummed out, too. If you're here, that likely means you are struggling with women's hair loss, too.I've done a lot of Google-searching, and I have yet to find more than a handful of women with similar symptoms as me (more on that later); after ... Read More about Welcome! I’m Sorry You’re Here.