Anyone else experience hair loss with an IBS flare up? I have it every single time. I have lower right quadrant pain. A few years ago had every test under the sun and nothing was found. I just dont know how to treat the IBS. I am afraid that if this happens too many more times, I will end up bald. Trendy for a guy these days but not for women! Any one else have this problem? Any suggestions?
Hi, I too have experienced hair loss everytime i have a flare up with ibs!!! I am always constipated and i think w the high amount of toxins left in my body for long periods of time is what might be a link to the hair loss...I don't know...I will just continue my research and hopefully find some ans soon to by problem. My hair literally comes out in my hands when i run my fingers through it. Im not feelin pretty these days. Its thinning out like crazy and i have had so many test and no ans to why whats happening w me is happening.
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