Recently I am experiencing losing eye brown hair(left side only). I read some of the forums and it points to Thyroid disease. I was a hyperthyroidism patient. I am now a hypo since I took the radioactive iodine treatment many years ago.
Can you pls advise if my eye brown will grow back or are there any solutions to this problem? What can I do to regain my left eye brown?
Your advise is very much appreciate.
Thanks for the response. while I retrieve my health report done last month(thank God everything is fine), I am wondering if there are any short term solutions to this problem. A friend has recommended me to go and tattoo the missing eye brown:-(. It is really not fun when speaking to people with only one eye brown(If you know what I mean).
Any advise on anyone has overcome this image problem?
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