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In this article I go over the recovery process for overcoming trichotillomania. I used these techniques in my own recovery process from the disorder, which I suffered with for years.

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The short answer to this question is yes, your hair will grow back. In a minority of cases, permanent damage may be caused to the scalp. This tends to happen more in people who use instruments to pull out hair like tweezers. Even then, most hairs will grow back for reasons described below.

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This article will give you some ideas regarding the use of medications in treating trichotillomania. Before taking any medications for trichotillomania you must consult with a psychiatrist who has experience in this area. This article does not recommend the use of medications. Medications have many potential side effects, some of them irreversible, and many medications may increase hair pulling.

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One of the worst things you could do is go to great lengths to hide your hair pulling disorder from people, especially those close to you.

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