hair grows in 3-6 month cycles, and so your hair is falling out know from the stress of the surgery, the sickness and possibly the antesthia. So, it will probably fall out for a little while longer, but it should stop and then start to thicken up eventually. It is common, sadly. I actually bought a wig, because when i had UC one of the flares i was in was really bad and when i got out of the hosptial a few months later i was losing hair like crazy, and i have THICK hair, like crazy thick. And i lost so much that i had bald spots, i actually bought a wig. And shortly after i did that, it stopped falling out, lol.
Then i got pregnant, so it grew back really thick, then fell out again, and all that.
Anyway, it fell out and grew back about 4 or 5 times.
Now three years after surgery i have about 3/4 of my hair back, there arent any spots, its just not quite as thick.
Anyway, it will stop, its just a slow thing. And its awful, im so sorry thats happening to you!
UC for 8 years, before finally kicking its butt and having a permanent ileostomy April 17 2007!
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