Baldness On The Front Of The Baby’s Head.?
Good night I want to ask why the front part of the baby’s head is 15 days old, his hair does not grow evenly
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The pattern of hair growth on a baby's head can vary greatly depending on genetic (hereditary) factors. If your baby has had sores or inflammation that is severe enough in the front of the head area, causing damage to the hair follicles in the area, this can also contribute to uneven hair growth in the front of the head. Several other factors, including nutrient intake, hormonal conditions, etc. may also contribute to this pattern of hair growth. What exactly is the mechanism that regulates the pattern of hair growth is actually still not much explained until now.
Given your new baby's age of 15 days, you should not worry too much about this. As we get older, usually the baby's hair growth pattern will be more evenly distributed. You just need to keep your baby's scalp clean, ie by regularly bathing it and washing his hair using bath products (such as soap and shampoo) for babies. When bathing, gently massage her scalp so that her hair growth is stimulated properly. Avoid careless use of oil or powder that contains harmful chemicals around the child's scalp. Do not forget, also shorten your baby's hair periodically if it looks dull, difficult to manage, or cause the baby to experience swelling, itching, and other discomfort.
If after a large condition your baby's hair has not improved, do not hesitate to consult directly with your doctor, pediatrician, or the nearest dermatologist.
I hope this helps.