Damon
This is for anyone that might have or know someone with alopecia. If you have any questions or comments please feel free to ask. Also please feel free to post pictures and stories.
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Question. Right before your Alopecia showed up, did you separate from someone? Maybe someone you loved died or moved away? That person used to touch your head. Another possibility could be wanting to separate from the contact of soneone or something like hats, helmets, etc.?
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No. No one left or died ar anything lile that. I have always had a hard time growing hair on my face. I would always have patches. Then i went to get a hair cut and the woman told me i had a bald spot. After that the spot got bigger and more showed up. Before i knew it my head had about 34 bald spots. Some of them were big but most of them were just small dime size spots. Some of them filled back in but i still have some spota so i just keep it shaved. My face i tried to even grow it out to cover the bald spots but no luck. Every sibling in my family has a form of are autoimmunity. I got this.
the hair doesn't fall just like that. There is always reason for it. In the case of Alopecia is a Biological reaction of Separation from something or someone. I suggest you research about German New Medicine. This is a good website for it: https://www.learninggnm.com/i_i.html
Damon
Alopecia is a autoimmune disorder. When i was much younger i always had a bald spot on my face where no hair would grow. It just moved up to my head. My sister, brother and father all have some form of autoimmune. My father has MS, my broth and sister got psoriasis, and i got alopecia. I try the treatments but that only seem to make it worse.
I'm aware of the treatments not working. This new science I'm talking about explains the origin of every single disease, including autoinmune. You should read the basic concepts to understand what this is about: https://learninggnm.com/SBS/documents/i_five_laws.html
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alopecia is a autoimmune disorder where you immune system attaches your hair. There are different kinds. AA , AU. Ine you get the bald patches and the other you lose all of your hair all over your body.
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Question. Right before your Alopecia showed up, did you separate from someone? Maybe someone you loved died or moved away? That person used to touch your head. Another possibility could be wanting to separate from the contact of soneone or something like hats, helmets, etc.?
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No. No one left or died ar anything lile that. I have always had a hard time growing hair on my face. I would always have patches. Then i went to get a hair cut and the woman told me i had a bald spot. After that the spot got bigger and more showed up. Before i knew it my head had about 34 bald spot... View More
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the hair doesn't fall just like that. There is always reason for it. In the case of Alopecia is a Biological reaction of Separation from something or someone. I suggest you research about German New Medicine. This is a good website for it: https://www.learninggnm.com/i_i.html
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Damon
Alopecia is a autoimmune disorder. When i was much younger i always had a bald spot on my face where no hair would grow. It just moved up to my head. My sister, brother and father all have some form of autoimmune. My father has MS, my broth and sister got psoriasis, and i got alopecia. I try the tre... View More
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I'm aware of the treatments not working. This new science I'm talking about explains the origin of every single disease, including autoinmune. You should read the basic concepts to understand what this is about: https://learninggnm.com/SBS/documents/i_five_laws.html
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I been there N.C , Virginia dems big hills. Oh my bad yeah, never heard of it
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alopecia is a autoimmune disorder where you immune system attaches your hair. There are different kinds. AA , AU. Ine you get the bald patches and the other you lose all of your hair all over your body.
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This was shortly after i got diagnosed. I shaved it after the patches were about softball size.
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