Thank you for making yourself accessable on the blog Dr. Rassman.
I’m having a peculiar issue with my hair. I shaved my head completely bald apx. 3 months ago to achieve a good baseline to monitor any future potential regrowth. My hair over my entire
head is generally about 1.5 inches long now. When I do see hairs that fall out in the shower or on my pillow they are strangely without question the same uniformed length(being about 1/4 inch long). Why is this so? or how can this be? They are always the same length, being much shorter than the majority of the other hairs on my head that are not falling out. They are however, no less thicker or thinner in diameter than the other hairs. Thanks for your time again.
We lose 100-150 hairs per day normally as the hair cycles. Considering that you cut the hair to equal lengths, then the ‘old’ normal hair that is shed will have the same length as the ‘new’ hair that is not shed.