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Does your child suffer from hair loss?

Why is a child losing his hair. Why is this happening?
There are a number of possibilities, although a medical checkup is absolutely recommended. The symptoms, causes, and treatments vary. It's not uncommon for the young ones to experience isolated bald spots. But it doesn't mean it's always serious. For instance your child may have developed a bare patch from sleeping in the same position night after night or from rubbing his head against the mattress!



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  1. My brother had problems with that when he was young.. He cured that about 70% - i dont remember how! but it's still a little bit seenable. It's luck that he has strong hair. I'll have to make some post about that on my http:/growhairformen.com web page :D

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