Sameera Reddy: Grateful that my hair grew back post Alopecia Areata

Alopecia Areata

There have been a lot of discussions going around the globe about what happened at the Oscars. Actor Will Smith slapped host Chris Rock for a comment about the former’s wife. In the discussion about the slapping incident at the Oscars, people have also been talking about Alopecia Areata, a condition that Will Smith’s wife, Jada Pinkett Smith, is suffering from. According to reports, it is a condition where a person loses their hair that starts with one or two circular bald patches that may overlap in the upcoming days. Now, actress Sameera Reddy has shared her life experience about it on her social media page. Sameera, who’s quite vocal about fitness, positivity, and related topics, shares her experience of being diagnosed with Alopecia Areata in 2016.

In her post, she has written “What Is Alopecia Areata? It is an autoimmune disease. When you have Alopecia Areata, cells in your immune system surround and attack your hair follicles. ” This causes the attached hair to fall out that causes patches of bald spots. She also said that she got bald spots on her back and she was diagnosed with it in 2016. She said that it was very hard for her to deal with it. It is very hard to accept it emotionally, said Sameera. She also said that the doctor told her that in most cases, the hair can grow, and, with corticosteroids injections in the scalp, my three patches grew slowly. Lastly, she wrote about the types of Alopecia and their symptoms. Finally, she ended by saying that she is doing very well and healthy now.

we all know that Actress Sameera Reddy is a powerful and strong woman who always voices for women and gives many health care tips on daily bases. she flaunts all her flaws and believes in being imperfectly perfect.


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