Is There A Link Between CCCA Alopecia Hair Loss and Fibroids Among Black Women?

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Well is there? The answer is...Maybe they are related. I say this based on a study published out of John Hopkins University on A correlation between CCCA Alopecia and fibroids among  African-American women. I found this study very interesting myself as I suffer from fibroids and CCCA alopecia. Well, I only have one fibroid but to be honest that one fibroid is very painful and is enough for me. On top of that, also being diagnosed with CCCA alopecia, I would say that there is a high correlation between fibroids and CCCA alopecia. I also think that the thyroid plays a role in that but that’s a different story for a different day.


I also believe that in the study as John Hopkins university cited that a lot of African American women that were in a study did not know or could not have possibly known that they could have CCCA  alopecia, so my theory is that the percentage could be higher amongst fibroids and CCCA alopecia correlation. I believe that if there was an updated study today, the data probably would show that.
So in retrospect, a history of uterine fibroids is common in African-American women diagnosed with central centrifugal cicatricial alopecia CCCA alopecia.
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In conclusion, women with uterine fibroids have a correlation with the CCCA alopecia. But both situations can be handled expeditiously at the first signs of any ongoing issues. To treat your CCCA alopecia you can contact us today for personal consultation and or purchase our products. You can also check out our anti-inflammatory diet for excellent foods to eat that can help possibly shrink fibroids. Comment below id you would like me to do a video and write an article about how to shrink fibroids naturally.


  • Paulla


    December 14, 2023 at 08:45 AM

    This is very interesting, I was diagnosed with my first fibroid at the age of 18 after giving birth to my only child. I learned through genetic testing that my fibroids are from genetics. My mother and all of sisters have had hysterectomies and some of my maternal cousins as well. I currently have 40 fibroids with no symptoms, I started menopause at the age of 34, and was diagnosed with CCCA 2021. I would like to see more research about this correlation and possible natural treatment as oppose to surgical removal.

  • Trina


    January 23, 2022 at 03:42 PM

    Iodine deficiency and hyperinsulinemia is what I have learned about the cause of fibroids. The work you are doing with these products is truly a blessing.

  • Francine


    January 23, 2022 at 03:42 PM

    I had fibroids in my 30’s. They were so painful that they were surgically removed. Guess what? They’re back. No pain but that maybe due to menopause

  • Marquita


    January 23, 2022 at 03:42 PM

    Very interesting. I love research and studies. Please do a video on this.

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