Tuesday, July 9, 2013

Treatment Options

Before you read this post, realize I am not a medical doctor, and I am not trying to be. I am posting the treatment options which have been presented to me personally, and those found on the NAAF website. Everyone is different, so please consult your doctor or the NAAF to help make the best choice for your particular situation!

Over the next few blog posts I will be discussing treatment options! I have tried many different treatments and only one seems to work for me-but I will do my best to remain unbiased.

I know it is difficult to grasp, but realize that as of now that there is no cure for AA and that treatment is not approved by the FDA. Treatment varies case by case, and unfortunately treatment may not work for you individually.

The first treatment I will discuss is the one that works best for me! I'm going to my dermatologist tomorrow (July 10, 2013) and I will post pictures and the process of my treatment!

Until then here are some things I wanted you all to see to help keep you confident:

I suggest making these  your computer background or printing them out and putting them on your mirror! It will be a constant reminder to love yourself and that YOU are BEAUTIFUL. I have these and many other pictures like these on my phone and whenever I feel down about alopecia, I read them and instantly feel better.


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