Having hypothyroidism or hyperthyroidism can cause hair to be dry, brittle and affect hair growth cycle, developing Telogen Eflluviums (a diffuse hair loss) as a secondary symptom of the disease.

Too much thyroid hormone can affect scalp hair too little thyroid hormone within the body can cause hair loss all over the body.

If you think you may be suffering from hair loss because of thyroid disease, contact your doctor for a blood test.

Once diagnosed and treatment begins for the disease hair growth maybe noticeable within 6 - 9 months,  unfortunately not all the hair shed will regrow and hair may seem thinner than before.

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