During menopause, not a few women have a permanently increased hair change. In medical terminology, this phenomenon is called "chronic telogen effluvium" (CTE).
It is important to know that as a rule the hair is not permanently lightened.
For example, you can specifically support hair growth with medicines that contain all the important nutrients that hair needs for healthy growth. Such funds are available without prescription in pharmacies.
However, if the hair loss persists for a long time, the hair will suddenly go out in large quantities, or form bald spots, should you consult a doctor.
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