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    Posted: November 10 2012 at 12:29am
If thinning locks is brought on by an infection or a situation, such as anaemia, treating the infection or situation may help to prevent further thinning locks. In some cases, including after chemotherapy, your locks may start to grow back again.

Although there are some treatments available for thinning locks, in most cases they cannot cure the problem and you will often have to pay for the therapy privately. Also, after the therapy has stopped, the thinning locks often returns.

Telogen effluvium, a type of widespread thinning locks that is brought on by medication or stress, usually improves without therapy in around six months.

If you have scarring alopecia, a type of thinning locks that is brought on by another situation, the underlying cause should be treated first. The thinning locks in scarring alopecia is usually permanent, so you may wish to consider wearing a wig or, in some cases, having surgery. See below for more information about these treatments.

Laser hair removal

Edited by chandeldepot - November 10 2012 at 12:32am
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