Pregnancy And Hair Loss

Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on linkedin
Pregnancy And Hair Loss

First of all congratulations on your pregnancy!

One of the major changes is change with the hair like oth­er parts of the bd. It could thin or fall out, or it could also thick­en. Understanding why this hap­pens dur­ing preg­nan­cy and what you can do to help the prob­lem will help you in fight­ing the thin­ning and loss of your hair or with extra hair growth.

Hormones have lot of effects on your hair. The main rea­son your hair will change dur­ing preg­nan­cy is the change in hor­mones. Estrogen plays a large part in the way that your hair is shaped. If your hair begins to grow faster and becomes thick­er, it is most like­ly because there is an increased amount of estro­gen that is mov­ing through your body. Estrogen moves to the hair fol­li­cles in your body to increase the growth rate. There will also be extra nutri­ents that are pro­vid­ed from the estro­gen increase, which will also increase hair growth. This is usu­al­ly a result of the estro­gen allow­ing the metab­o­lism to move faster, which then sup­plies extra nutri­ents through­out the body.

Another change that you may notice from preg­nan­cy is a change in the style. Your hair may not only be fuller or thin­ner, but may also change from straight to curly, or have the oppo­site effect. This is usu­al­ly attrib­uted to the hor­mone changes as well. The hor­mone increase that you expe­ri­ence will auto­mat­i­cal­ly move into the cor­tex, where hair begins to grow and add the tex­ture to it. Usually, this will not change back until the hor­mones return to nor­mal after preg­nan­cy.

These same changes also occur after your baby is born. You may real­ize that your hair is thin­ning or falling out. Usually, the first three to six months after preg­nan­cy will cause a change in your hair. This should be expect­ed and is nor­mal after a preg­nan­cy. This usu­al­ly occurs because the estro­gen lev­els are able to move back to nor­mal and slow down the nutri­ents that are mov­ing through your body.

If your hair falls out dur­ing preg­nan­cy, it’s because of not receiv­ing the nutri­ents your body needs. Without those essen­tial nutri­ents, your body is unable to pro­duce the amount of estro­gen it needs. One of the things to be aware of is if your hair falls out dur­ing your preg­nan­cy. If this occurs, it is most like­ly a result of not receiv­ing enough nutri­ents for your body to pro­duce the right amounts of estro­gen. This is espe­cial­ly a prob­lem with­in the first trimester because of morn­ing sick­ness and nau­sea. It is impor­tant to make sure that you are get­ting the right amounts of nutri­ents dur­ing this time to allow your body to stay bal­anced.

How I Coped With Extreme Hair Loss After Pregnancy

Knowing what changes your body goes through dur­ing preg­nan­cy will help you adjust your hair rou­tine to keep it healthy. Additional vit­a­mins and oth­er sup­ple­ments will help your hair and scalp healthy and your hair beau­ti­ful.

Leave a comment

Subscribe to our newsletter.

Please read before sending
 I have read and understood the privacy policy. I agree that my details and data will be collected and stored electronically to answer my enquiry. Please note: You can revoke your consent at any time for the future by sending an e-mail to .

Factor Hair

Don't dream of beautiful, healthy hair. With Factor Hair Activator you can tackle the problem at the root and activate new hair growth with a success rate of over 93%.

Take advantage of our unique formula, the efficacy of which has been proven by clinical studies. Get thicker, healthier and stronger hair than you ever thought possible.

Factorhair 2019 © All Rights Reserved.

Initiative: Fairness im Handel

Member of the "Fairness in Trade" initiative.
Information on the initiative:

Webmaster affiliate program for exclusive beauty products