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    Question 12 weeks shedding

    Dear Sir or Madam,

    I am now in my 12 week of my therapy using the laser every second day. Before starting with the laser I had quite O.K hair, not very thin. But just to keep it i thought, i will use it. After 2 weeks i noticed my hair was become more shinny and better manageable. During my 6-9 weeks of the treatment I had a huge increase of hair loss, and now (12 week) people even noticed my hair is thinner. What i find also a bit discouraging is that when applying the laser, just before I have no hair loss. But after the session of 15 min, my hair is a lot looser and i lose around 25 hairs by going with my hand over my head after the treatment. At the moment in the morning I have around 5-15 hairs in my brush. That is normal reckon?

    Now the questions is: Are the hairs coming that i have lost due to the treatment of the Hairmax laser? And when would this be visible?

    Because i am of course not applying this laser if I am loosing more hairs as before .

    Best regards,
    Arnte

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    Join Date
    Apr 2008
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    Default Hairmax Lasercomb And Shedding

    Hi Arnte -

    Thank you for your post -

    As we have mentioned a number of times before, hair shedding is the first sign that the HairMax is beginning to work after you begin treatment with the HairMax. The HairMax does not cause hair loss; the device only causes hairs that would normally shed at different times to fall out together. Also, during treatment with the HairMax your hair goes through a normal cycle of shedding, rest, and growth so you may also be experience this action, too.

    Out best recommendation is to continue using the HairMax for at least 20 weeks to judge results. Once you stop using the device, your hair will return to the condition it was in before you began treatment.

    We wish you success in your use of the HairMax LaserComb.

    LAS
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    Last edited by LAS; 06-21-2010 at 01:07 PM.

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