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    Posted: Apr 09 2014 at 9:59pm
Hello Ladies, 

Thought I would start a thread for those of us with autoimmune conditions trying to grow out our hair. It's frustrating to see people with much longer hair than me who have started their hair journey years after me. I thought anyone in a similar situation as me might benefit from hearing about others' progress with similar issues and what has and has not worked for them.

I'll start: I've been natural since about May 2010 (almost 4 years). I was diagnosed with lupus shortly after. I had a couple flares which I'm sure have hindered my hair progress, but I am only shoulder length. 

I will admit that I haven't been great at retaining all my length, but a large part of it is that my hair just grows so slowly. It's kind of embarrassing, when I was relaxed a couple people used to comment about whether my hair wasn't growing or whether it was just growing straight. I've used vitamins, growth aids, etc. I most recently tried HairFinity. I had been using that since about mid-January but I haven't seen any real progress from it. So I'm taking a break from it momentarily. I don't know if I'm having trouble absorbing the nutrients I'm taking in or what. I've also been eating a much more nutrient-rich diet than I have in the past. 
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Also, I should mention that I began having a very weird scalp issue. Dry, flaky, itchy scalp for about a year. From that, I stopped shampooing and only cowashed, but that didn't help. This had been going on for a year.Also in one section, it looked like I had ringworm but didn't spread to other parts of my head and I couldn't get rid of it even with creams. I took garlic for awhile and that worked although it was very stubborn. I seem to have found some relief from going back to regular weekly shampooing with sulfate-free shampoos. I still struggle with a couple patches of dry scalp but SO MUCH MORE improved than what it was. 
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I know you're all out there. Come on in!
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