Invisible Illness
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My Meds Make My Hair Fall Out, But I Take Them Anyway

I’m not sure I’m making the right choice

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My hair is everywhere. There’s hair on my bathroom sink, in my car, and on my kitchen table. Today I even found strands in my dishwasher, wrapped around a clean baking tray.

I had to take apart my vacuum last week because there was so much hair jammed in the bottom. I’ve stopped…

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Missy Crystal

Missy Crystal

Working through my trauma one story at a time. Thanks for joining me on my journey.

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