My hair hasn't grown in years and I don't know why.
I am a 19 year old girl. I have no health problems that I am aware of - hair growth.
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Hair loss in young women
In a 19 yo female the list is long as to why your hair may not be growing. You should see a hair restoration specialist to review your family history, obtain blood work, analyze your hair and scalp, and perform a microscopic evaluation of your hair.
Hair not growing
Thank you for your question. I am sorry to hear about your concerns. I would seek an exam with an experienced physician to determine what is causing your hair growth concerns. That is most important. Best wishes.
You need to be seen by an expert. Diagnosing hair loss requires several things - a full account of your hair loss, an up close examination, your blood tests. Without these things, it's just a guess what is happening to your hair.
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You need to see a doctor who has expertise in the field of hair restoration. Maybe you have some condition that has caused this and a doctor expert in this field will tell you
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