My son lost all of his hair by the time he turned 3 (including eyebrows and eyelashes). I certainly understand your concern. He is now five and he at times has exhibited growth of peach fuzz, but they haven't strengthened enough to last. I'm continually trying to get him to eat healthier and stay on his supplements, which I think make all the difference. I am very confident that his hair will grow back at some point. In addition, there is a support group in our area (Northern VA) where I met a parent whose son grew back most of his (still coming in). I think we should stay active in our efforts to strengthen the immune system and never give up. I will post everywhere when my son's hair grow back, so you'll be sure to know. Thanks for reaching out!
Hi there, welcome to AW. I am in Upton, Ma and have a 10 yr old daughter. If you are on FB, ask me for an invite to Massachusetts CAP Kids. You can meet some other parents in the area. It is a closed group for parents. I do a support group in the area, but we are on a summer break. Please inbox me if I can be of any help..cindy
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