Medical Hair Loss
Hair is called a woman's "crowning glory" for good reason. Hair symbolizes attractiveness, success, health, and social status, among other things. Losing it can have a dramatic emotional impact on a woman’s self-esteem. Many women feel that when they lose their hair, they've lost a large part of who they are.

Understanding Hair Loss
Common Causes of Hair Loss in Women
Chemotherapy
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Medical Hair Loss Resources
From helpful and informative guides to moving personal accounts, these articles may serve as valuable resources to you.

Just Get Me Through This!: The Practical Guide to Breast Cancer
by Doborah A. Cohen, Robert M. Gelfand, M.D.

Cancer: 50 Essential Things to Do
by Greg Anderson, O Carl Siminton, MD

Essential Exercises for Breast Cancer Survivors
by Amy Halverstadt and Andrea Leonard
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Commonly Asked Questions
As you start thinking about your options for coping with hair loss, it’s perfectly normal to have questions. There are a few things to consider when choosing a wig. Let us help you select the perfect style for you.

Q. How often will I have to replace my wig?
A. For best results, if you wear your wig every day it should be replaced every 3 months. If you wear your wig less often – say, only once a week – then you will only need to replace it every 6 months.
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Choosing a Wig Style
A wig can help you feel most like yourself. Many women choose a style and color that match their natural hair, while others take this opportunity to experiment with a new look. We recommend a shorter wig style, since these are the lightest and easiest to care for.
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