I recently recommended a web site that does a lot of research into trich. (Mari's site). Two men started the site. One has had trich himself, the other has a daughter with trich. Their research, which resonates very true with this nurse, suggests that trich may be an allergic reaction, if you will, to a form of yeast that is on everyone's skin, which would explain why some people are bothered and some are not. Whether or not this is the case, their hair care plan has been helping me. I stumbled on to some of these products and found some relief myself before I read their research, so I really concur with this! Please check it out, particularly the story of his daughter (part 3) and the research and the hair treatment and consider trying it. I can see no down-side to this treatment. It appears very safe. You can always ask your doctor. But if it helps heal 'hot spots' which is what makes most of us want to pull, it would be worth it! It is a long read, but the hair care plan is short and sweet.
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