December 6 2018, 6:42 am PT | Posted in: Hair Loss Causes
For example, I have noticed, that sometimes when I lose a hair, it is thinner than other hairs that fallout, yet it is still as long as the thick hair. I understand that a normal hair loves and grows for 2-7 years. So would a hair that has begun to shrink have a similar life expectancy? If I am diffuse thinning, and some of my scalp hairs are beginning to lose caliber, would it be appropriate logic to think that some these hairs (although smaller) will last at least 2 more years? The reason I ask is I believe myself to have good density, and I do not notice an abnormal amount of hair fall out. But the hairs I do shed look thin.
- Does miniaturization decrease the size of the hair by half every cycle? Or gradually?
- Will the thinner but still not quite miniaturized yet hairs I have be around for a while?