Well, it's back. 3-4 locks wide, 2 rows high. (My niece measured it with a ruler, 3 cm wide, 2.5 cm high)
can you spell 'DEVASTATED'?
I am trying to stay positive, I can only posit that the trauma of the early delivery, plus week in NICU plus another week on the Children's Ward and ongoing family and work issues have taken their toll on my body.
To readers who may be experiencing post partum hairloss or any form of alopecia - take heart in the words of others, knowing you are not alone:
"Sister you are not alone, due to the baby hormones, I'm starting to lose my hair in the front and other areas on my head. I just noticed it like 3 days ago. I really hope that both of our hair grows back, because I'm really not happy with my hair line. Due to the last pregnancy and hair loss I already have short locks in the front, I'm wondering if I will lose more locks, I really hope not, if so I might have to consider using extensions in the front until my hair grows back. Sigh.. heres to hair growing back really fast, If I so happen to come upon something that helps with hair growth I'll be sure to let you know." - Brown Buttahfly
Denise will not be moved!)
"However, I am in good spirits, because I know that by the stripes of Jesus Christ I am healed! (Isaiah 53:5) He is my cure, and I speak life (the Word) and healing to every hair follicle! I am not worried. I declare that I am healed, it is only hair, and it will grow back!"
How brave is she? Her patch isn't as bald as mine but check out her attitude!
I'll keep you guys posted but if you never hear me mention it again then it hasn't grown back.