I was combing my daughtes hair and noticed a patch of hair was missing. Which at the time was the size of a bean . And now this small area has grown to the size of a half dollar. I have spoken to a doctor and had her looked at he diagnosed her with an immune diffenetcy. Some children loose all their hair some only loose patches. I have noticed her hair is thining on th top now. My question is. Will her hair come back Will she continue having this problem her whole life? Where and why does this happen? Is this a genetic problem or something I have did wrong? A scared mother, TBReply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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