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I feel so embarrassed walking around with my hair, it makes me look like an old woman. I noticed hair patches in 2014, I thought it was the relaxer I used. But into 2015, I noticed my back hair wajs longer than both my middle and front hair. It got worse in late 2015. So I went to see a Dermatologist and after various tests, I was diagnosed with Alopecia Areata in 2016. What makes mine painful is the location of the patches and each time I cut my hair, it takes forever to grow back. I have taken alot of multivitamins prescribed by the doctors but none seemed to work. I am tired and frustrated. Please help me
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