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Old 03-15-2010, 11:05 PM
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Default Anyone in Seattle?

Looking for a good derm who specializes in hair loss...
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Old 03-16-2010, 05:49 AM
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Default anyone in san diego, california?? Thanks Puppet

Originally Posted by hairgal View Post
Puppet--thank you for posting that list---it's awesome and should be helpful to many. I have my own list that I have created based on physicians who are publishing and researching in this field and many of those physicans are on mine. The physicians on that list are ones who are often (currently) presenting at conferences, getting research dollars, and being published in articles. Thanks again for helping many out! (P.s. for those in Australia--Rodney Sinclair is a really good one---recently recieved a huge grant to help build a hairloss research center (think it will be opening in 2011)). Also, Paradi Mirmirani at Kaiser Permanente in California should be added to the list (studied under Vera Price). Of course, these are just my opinions, but I hope others find them helpful!
Is there a specialist in San Diego, Ca?
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Old 03-23-2010, 03:07 PM
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Question Any luck finding dermotologist in South Florida? (Response to earlier post)

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I came across this site and have been encouraged by the information and the care that members seem to show and share with each other. I'm in need of finding a Dermatologist, Acupuncturist, really anyone that I can go to in South Florida, I live in Broward county (Fort Lauderdale) and work in Dade County (Miami). I just turned 52 last week and went through a bad divorce two years ago, and I think I've been stressing for the last 5 years. I started noticing some hair loss about 4 years ago in the front of my head, if I pulled my bangs back I could see my scalp. But I attributed to my stress and I've been in denial. I also have high blood pressure and have been taking medication for it for about 10 years. Currently taking Diovan. (Someone told me that some high blood pressure medication causes hair lost, I ask my regular Doctor but she said that the one I was taking does not) It seems that within the last 6 months, my thick wavvy hair, is now thin, not much body and when I run my fingers through my hair, I can feel that a third of my hair is gone. I'm no longer in denial, so now I'm freaking out. I've been reading different articles on line and came across something that said that if body lacks "iodine" that could case hair lost among other things, it suggested eating eggs, strawberries, seaweed and a number of other foods that contain iodine. I have not heard anyone on this site mention anything about this. I'm trying to relax and keep myself from stressing, but everytime I pass a mirror or run my fingers through my hair, it all comes back again. My parents who are now 86 and 81 both have thining hair, so I'm hoping it's not hereditary. I just want to get to the bottom of this and find out if its a dificiency, hereditary, stress or something else. I hope someone can give me some directions or advise. Thank you
I noticed you posted a similar request to mine. I'm also in the Boca/Ft. Lauderdale area. Did you ever get a referral?
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Old 04-02-2010, 12:01 AM
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Default Michigan Doctors?

Does anyone have a Michigan doctor that they can recommend? I live in the metro Detroit area. My hair loss has slowed but my scalp shows pretty well through the front of my hair. My grandmother had extremely thin hair and I don't want to be like that. I'm only 31. I would appreciate any help that I could get. THANKS!
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Old 04-07-2010, 07:56 PM
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Any specialist in San Diego, California?
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Old 04-28-2010, 03:02 PM
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Default Dr in Tampa Fl

Hi everyone,

I too am struggling with hair loss and my current doctors all think I'm crazy. Does anyone know of a doctor in the Tampa FL area who specializes in hair loss?
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Old 05-04-2010, 04:08 AM
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Have any of you been treated by Dr. Richard Strick in Los Angeles?
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Old 05-15-2010, 11:07 PM
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Question Reply to CT question

Originally Posted by CatCal View Post
I appreciate that you're sharing referrals here. Does anyone recommend a dermatologist and/or an endocrinologist in Connecticut (or surrounding states)?
Thank you!

Hey, did you ever find anyone in CT? I have been seeing Dr. Paula Bevilacqua in Cheshire and am VERY disappointed. Any ideas?

Thanks!
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Old 09-21-2010, 07:35 PM
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Default I'm looking for a hair loss specialist in San Diego

I'm really having a hard time finding Help in the Medical field..Anyone know of any good Referrals in San Diego??( PUPPET--YOU SEEM TO BE A WEALTH OF KNOWLEDGE ON THIS TOPIC!! Need your help!)
I am Struggling Emotionally from my Continued Hair Loss--at an alarming rate...

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Old 09-22-2010, 12:21 AM
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Default Don't know how to post to blog area

Hey, sorry I know i'm in the wrong area but if someone can please let me know how the girl( ForeveBlue) is she o.k.?? I don't know how to post but have been a member for several years and I'm just worried her last post sounded very upsetting...... Please let me know if she is o.k. Been there myself and unserstand what she is feeling..... Thank you, Lisah
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