Although hair loss caused by thyroid disorders is usually temporary, it can be upsetting and even baffling to suddenly discover that your hair growth cycle has changed. It can take months for these changes to become noticeable because of the slow pace of the hair cycle, and because thyroid hair loss is not limited to any one specific place on the body.

Since hair loss can become apparent months or even years after a thyroid condition develops or is diagnosed, it can be difficult to pinpoint what is causing your hair loss and how best to address it. We’ve compiled all the information you need to know about thyroid-related hair loss in order to make the best choices for your needs. Let’s take a look at how to recognize and treat thyroid-related hair loss.

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