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Gray Hair

If one has a thyroid condition can it cause gray hair and will treament reverse or stop the gray  hair .
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Being prematurely grey is a risk factor for autoimmune thyroid conditions.
I don't know if the hair goes back to normal after treatment.
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I am glad some one asked this question. I am just 35 years old man and pretty most of my hairs are grey plus fallen as well. Surprisingly my chest hairs/face hair are mostly grey . I have diagnosed Hashi/Hypo in 2006  but my grey hairs since i was in late 20s . I am sure grey hair is related with autoimmue thyroditis.

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