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Hair Loss (cont.)

Hair Loss Symptoms and Signs

  • Most people notice hair loss when looking at themselves in a mirror or when it is brought to their attention by others.
  • You may also find many hairs on your pillow in the morning or in your hairbrush or comb.
  • A woman may notice a decrease in the size of her ponytail or the widening of her part.
Medically Reviewed by a Doctor on 6/20/2014

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