Hair loss, which begins in 2-4 months with CVD-19 infection, is known to be the result of the infection. The process is called TEE-low-jen effluvium (eh-FLEW-vee-um) or TE. It is a reaction not only of covadism but also of some strong or severe physical or emotional stress experienced by most female patients. It was first described in the early 1960s. Luckily, almost always, hair grows back, but oh, slowly, for months.

The stimulus for the subject was a patient who had to go to the hairdresser for about three months after she was diagnosed with covadidia, with 103 fevers, chest pains, shortness of breath, and other ailments. Fortunately, she has never been to a hospital. She has long hair, often worn by a horse tail. She was very worried when she saw him pulling or brushing her loose hair. Like all hair loss cases, we spent a lot of time talking, trying to reassure her that she could not shave with me.

This event is not unique to Covid. But the infection has spread so far that it has affected many people. TE has high fever, anemia, surgeries, general anesthesia, loss of loved ones, loss and childbirth, all of which have been documented after a slightly different procedure. If a mother gives birth too often, TE does not happen to everyone. During pregnancy, when the mother’s stomach is full of hormones, her hair does not fall out as normal. Hormones come down after Kido is born, my mother’s body is wrong, she can’t sleep at all, and then her hair starts to fall out. Talk about a worried woman!

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The normal cycle takes about four years to grow the hair at the level of the agent, which is around 85-90% of the hair, then go to the 2-3 week break, katagen, 5-10% hair and finally spend. In 3–6 weeks, 5–10% of the hair follicles are pulled out of the hair follicle and formed into a ball (people think it is under) and fall off. Stress in the TE, both physical and emotional, suddenly shortens the growth stages of the hair, and causes it to move to the telogen stage, now about 60-70% of the hair.

In some cases, the discharge may last longer. Why everyone’s hair does not react in this way is a mystery, like many biological phenomena. But the common practice is that the sprouted follicles will regenerate and begin to grow again. My wife’s cosmetologist commented that she had seen many women with hair falling out of the cobwebs, but that she could see small, sharp new hairs growing out of their heads, a sign of real hope (without fertilizer). Generally, TE growth lasts 6-9 months and it can be very difficult to appreciate for someone who is worried about baldness. Very few men experience or notice TE experience. Hair loss is not uncommon in men but is almost always expected in culture.

Once the hair follicles are stretched or stretched, it lasts longer than 6 months, and you guessed it, chronic TE. It did not take long for issues from Covid to be considered relevant to this category. Time, as always, tells us about the virus. Every dermatologist who encounters these anxious and anxious girls should go along with other causes of hair loss to accurately diagnose TE. This process should be individualized.

There is no right treatment for TE, just wait. An old-fashioned technique for measuring loss is to collect all the hair that has been pulled out or floated one day a week and put the stick in an envelope. After a few weeks, the thickness of those loosened locks usually decreases, which gives some hope. Dozens of snake oil products have been advertised to “magically” cure if the patient starts looking for any remedy to delay the hairy tsunami, which is a shame. It has been around for centuries. Afraid people still buy all kinds of expensive products or pills that are not worth it. Try not to get caught up in their big claims, especially now that they are easily displayed on your computer.

To summarize, T-TB is a delayed response in some patients with covadis. It starts 2-3 months after the main pain. It does not cause the virus directly. If you get a TE, it is scary at first. It is almost always self-limiting and self-correcting. You will survive. Last year, on August 22, 2020, actress Alisa Milano was the daughter of the author’s poster. After running through her hair, she posted a video of large strands of hair coming out of her brush. There have been no vaccine blessings yet. She said, “This is a hair removal from Covidy. Wear a cursed mask.

“Hair loss is very emotional,” says a New York dermatologist. Instead of treating any disease, including skin cancer, people shed tears because of hair loss. This fits perfectly with my experience with patients. I recommend the same for hair loss patients. But, I tell them, once the end is happy, I will be happy. It’s all about hair.

Dr. Burece Winona, a retired dermatologist since 1978, has worked in La Cross, Viroca and Red Wing. He plays for Clarinet in the Wino Municipal Band and the couple Dixieland teams. And he enjoys good conversations.

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