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Chemo Wigs
 
Hair loss is a known side effect of chemotherapy that occurs in both men and women undergoing treatment for cancer. Depending on the medicine and dosage hair fall in cancer patients can range from mere thinning to complete. While hair is known to grow back nice and long after six to eight months of the last chemo cycle; in many cases regrowth is delayed and takes more time to reach the textural density of natural hair.
Most women who are faced with hair loss from chemotherapy or radiation treatment opt for at least one wig and alternate wearing the wig(s) with hats and scarves. Remember, your hair is sure to grow back, although the texture and color may not be exactly the same as it was before treatment. If your hair is long, consider having it cut shorter so that switching to a wig or other head covering will be less noticeable. Once your hair begins to fall out, many former patients advise having your head shaved. This can make you feel more in control of the situation and eliminates finding your hair all over the pillow when you wake up in the morning. Hair loss usually begins between 7-21 days after treatment starts. About six months after your last treatment you should have your hair back again. 
 
     
 
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