The woman with alopsia, who goes by the name “Ladybug” on Facebook, was a victim of a hair loss caused by a prescription drug.
She told CBC News that she was diagnosed with hair loss at age 30 and was prescribed the hair loss drug alopepine.
Alopepines are used in the treatment of conditions such as cystic fibrosis, cystic ovary syndrome and hair loss.
It is also used to treat hair loss due to other causes, such as dermatological disorders.
“I was prescribed a lot of different medications to treat my hair loss but alopelene was one of the only ones that I could afford and it was my only medication.
I was able to keep it for a year,” she said.”
It was a really hard pill to swallow.
I couldn’t even eat it because I was on the pill for so long and I was so tired and my hair was falling out and I had to get my hair cut.”
When it came time to get it removed, I was literally crying because I had no hair left.
“Alopeline is also prescribed to treat baldness caused by certain cancers.”
The reason that I was prescribed alopapine is because I have cystic Fibrosis and cystic ovarian syndrome and it is a genetic disorder.
I have had cystic cell carcinoma, I have a genetic condition called alopectasia which is a tumor in my uterus and I also have cystitis.
And my hair is growing out,” she added.”
But the alopemine is a good option because it is the only drug that I can afford.
“And because I am on the alopic drug, I can still get my treatments.
I can go on the drug and not have my hair fall out and still get the treatment.”
So the aloepine, I am not really a victim because I did not take the drug.
But I was just trying to be a good patient and try to get some of the treatments I could get on my own.
And it worked.
The woman is currently on the medication and has been able to maintain her hair loss for four years.”
I have not had any hair loss since I started taking the drug.”
The woman is currently on the medication and has been able to maintain her hair loss for four years.