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Minaxi Patel


Can menopause cause eyelash loss?

I just want to know if menopause can cause the loss of eyelashes? How can menopause cause eyelash loss?
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  • Melanie smith


    Well, it is not a wonderful noun for many women. Also, it is a nightmare for women. Menopause literally means the "end of monthly cycles", which is an event that typically occurs in women in midlife, during their late 40s or early 50s, and it signals the end of the fertile phase of a woman's life. During this time, most of women are easy to angry and cannot control their moods and tempers. Menopause also causes organs change, exactly body system will be weaker day by day. Eyelashes loss just one symptoms of menopause. Eyelashes loss can be cause by aging, cosmetics, inflammation and trichotillomania. Hormonal changes occurring in woman's body during and after menopause are known to cause loss of eyelashes. Exactly, not menopause itself causes eyelashes loss, aging with menopause are the real reason. Don't worry, it's normal body reflection and keep good mood. You also can drink some tea or use some aromatherapy oils to stimulate eyelashes' growth.
  • easilyfixed


    Well, I can see that you are quite worried about your eyes. It is true that the fall out of eyelashes would be strange and terrible, and basically, it is primarily resulted from a lack of care of your eyes, such as lack of vitamins, improper use of eyes, and too much mascara. From what I know, menopause would not give rise to that to a large extent, what you should do is to tackle other threats of your eye health.