I'm so sorry you are going through this. I know from experience how devastating it is. My daughters hair was growing back and started getting longer and strong. She was wearing hair extensions to make her hair longer and more natural. This past summer in her last two months of maintanence so much hair came out. She had bald spots everywhere. She is still wearing extensions but it's still a huge set back. She takes biotin and viviscal which help to strengthen her hair. After about a month or two off of maintanence her hair started getting stronger but for her it's like starting all over again. I know it's a hard age. She is in her second year of high school and it's been tough for her. Have you talked twith your doctor about it?
Im so sorry this happened to you. I don't understand why it happens to a small percentage of people.
nah its fine but thank for being concerned and it is kind of devastating at first but after the radiation stuff and chemo I'm almost kinda used to the pain and I'm in maintenance phase now so phew goodbye though times. but now I have two problems 1st is being bald cause my hair is falling and 2nd that my cycle will repeat cause it relapsed (that I wish will never happen) I wish there's a solution for my first problem cause I'm a teen and having my prom next year which is in feb 2019 and cause my hair is falling yesterday. but does hair extensions really makes your hair look natural?? how about wigs does it look natural? if you ever bought a wig for your daughter how do you wear it if you're bald? and yes I've talked with my doctor with it when he first saw me and talked to me about my hair he immediately "said after two or three months it will fall again depends on how you take care of yourself" so yeah I'm just finding a way to help speed up my hair growth or while my hair is growing while I'm bald, to help me find a wig that fits and looks natural on me that never falls if there's a strong wind.
and I wish cancer will have a cure someday it would be a miracle if that happens and I'll pray for all who has cancer that their chemo is successful
Edit: thanks for the tips tho