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Nearly all children diagnosed with cancer lose their hair at some stage from treatment. The amount of hair loss will depend on the type of treatment. Hair loss generally begins two to three weeks after chemotherapy starts. The hair may all come out overnight, or take several weeks.
For teenagers with cancer, hair loss can be devastating, and you will need to do everything you can to help your child/teen find a satisfactory way to cope with this problem. Your child will need to know if hair loss is likely to occur because of his or her treatment, and you will need to make plans to cope with this in ways that make your child most comfortable. The good news is that there are a number of options your child can consider when it comes to covering his or her head.
Lashae Cole Luxury Hair Closet makes custom wigs units for children battling hair loss due to illness. Each unit is custom tailored to meet each child specific needs. These needs are but not limited to swimmers, kick boxer, gymnast, or simply a girl or boy scout. We custom make each unit to meet each child needs.