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The fact is there is no direct correlation…sometimes the best things happen to the worst people, and vice versa.
The shedding I experience today on a continual basis is of the same magnitude as when I first stopped the pill, the difference is, back then I had a ton of hair, so there was some to spare.
Today I don’t and it gets less and less by the day.
My hair loss began after having stopped taking the birth control pill Loestrin FE.
Later I found out that it is or at least was, an extremely high androgen index pill. Certainly not me and certainly not my gynecologist who prescribed it to me.