Coping With Medically Related Hair Loss
Updated: May 4, 2020
Your hair is an important part of your appearance.
Many people who suffer from alopecia or undergo chemo find themselves distraught when their hair begins to break. Every strand of hair that they lose, and every patch of scalp that becomes visible fills them with sadness. Some women say that they feel as if their youth is fading, and others say that they have trouble feeling attractive to their partners.
Many questions will storm through your mind as you search for a solution.
"Who do I go to?"
"Who can I talk to?"
"What are my options"
"Is there anyone who understands?
Fortunately, there are many options available whether you're experiencing temporary or permanent hair loss. We can give you the facts and knowledge you need to make the decisions that are right for you.
The Wig Gallery of Wethersfield can provide the answers to Female hair loss caused by Chemotherapy, Hair loss from radiation , and Alopecia induced Hair loss.
If you're interested in a hair loss solution, or have more questions please feel free to contact us.