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Dim Ajna
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10/08/2019 10:07 am  

Recently a couple people have told me that my eyebrows have gotten "smaller" or that they have "faded." I then went and looked in the mirror and they sure have gotten smaller, and I already had barely noticeable eyebrows to begin with. Im not assuming that supplements are to blame but I think I heard something in the past about thryroid levels and eyebrows being related.

Does anyone have a possible explanation for this?

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whutevr
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10/08/2019 10:30 am  

Age has a large part in this. Mine started "shrinking" when I hit 40.

Highly doubt it's from taking supplements; maybe a diminishing hormone or something.

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Dim Ajna
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10/08/2019 10:55 am  

Im only 18 years old though

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Tkarrde
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10/08/2019 11:13 am  

If you are hypothyroid this can cause dry brittle hair, thinning eyebrows, etc..

Do you feel sluggish and groggy, are you cold alot, or have you gained any weight recently?? If so, you might want to get your thyroid levels tested.


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b5150
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10/08/2019 11:32 am  

I would suspect the same, as I had all the symptoms as what Tkarrde mentioned. Thing is that general practitioners (or family doctors) look at the normal ranges as a sign of hypothyroidism. I was in the normal range, but still suffered the symptoms. I have over the last couple years used 7-OXO (FL7) on a very regualr basis and find (anectdotaly) that all symptoms are pretty much deminished or gone for the most part. This of course could be from other improvements such as healthly lifestyle/diet/vit-min supplementation. JMO

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StealthRapt0r
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10/08/2019 12:00 pm  

i have the same problem with my eye brows also
i noticed it 4 months ago, it has gotten worst over time


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Dim Ajna
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10/08/2019 12:30 pm  
Posted by: @Tkarrde
If you are hypothyroid this can cause dry brittle hair, thinning eyebrows, etc..

Do you feel sluggish and groggy, are you cold alot, or have you gained any weight recently?? If so, you might want to get your thyroid levels tested.

I have been feeling "sluggish and groggy" but I think ive actually stayed at about the same weight or I may be leaner.

Here are my Thyroid Panel results from february:

t3 Uptake: 33.0%
T4 (Thyroxine), Serum: 9.6ug/dl
T7 Index: 3.2
T4 Free, Non-dialysis: 1.4 ng/dl

Im not sure if any of that is even relavent since it was before my eyebrows started fading, but I thought I should post it just for some more info.

Also, what if anything can I do about my fading eyebrows? Its not a huge deal to me, I mean im not a chick or anything but not having any eyebrows makes my face look long, plain, and unfriendly.

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