Is hair loss after the cold vaccine a common occurrence? The answer is “yes” and “no”. First of all, there are very few cases of hair loss after vaccination, so the concern about hair loss after vaccination is very isolated.
There are two main theories about hair loss after vaccination: a) the hair loss is caused by a side effect to the vaccine, and b) the hair loss is somehow normalizing after the vaccine stops soap. On the first point, it seems to follow logically that if the hair loss was caused by a side effect of the vaccine, then it would be expected that the hair loss would stop once the vaccination was stopped.
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On the other hand, if the hair loss is not caused by a side effect but by something normal like stress or aging, then it could be considered a normal part of the aging process. In any case, it is best not to treat the hair loss as a symptom of a problem. There are other remedies, such as topical medications, home remedies, etc., which are much more effective. Therefore, hair loss after vaccination is not considered to be a cause for alarm.
Hair loss after vaccination has been isolated to only two cases in a thousand of cases. This means that it is rare and to be expected that it will never happen. You may, of course, experience other symptoms after receipt of the HPV vaccine; these are generally not related to any abnormal hair loss.
It is important, however, to notify your doctor if you experience any unusual symptoms, particularly if they occur more than twice within a six-month period. If you notice an unusual rash or other unusual skin condition after receipt of the vaccine, you should notify your doctor immediately.