So, I have a question and I hope it doesn't annoy anyone. It's on the topic of hair. Yes, that thing many of us have lost because of horrible chemo. Myself included. I had bone cancer (ewing sarcoma). The first time I was diagnosed I was sixteen and lost my long thick hair. Im talking thick! It grew back while in remission and came back as my dream hair! Silky, wavy, less thick but not thin. I was ecstatic to have any hair let alone that hair. Then I got sick again at 19. I was once again put on chemo and lost it all. It is growing back but I have so many patchy spots. I'm trying to be patient since I know my body has been through a lot of chemo but it's hard. It's been two years and my hair is super thin at the crown of my head and near the bottom of my neck. Will my hair ever go back to normal? It's embarrassing to look like I have bald spots. I still wear my wig until it may one day fill in. I just feel more comfortable that way. I don't want to sound like I'm complaining but I really am tired of hiding behind a wig two years after chemo. I want to hear if this has happened to anyone else. Did you take anything for it? Anyone suggestions would help. Even my eyebrows are barely there now. Thank you for any suggestions or even just sharing your story. Once again, don't want to sound whiny. I am thankful I am somewhat healthy at the moment. I am twenty two now and have been through a lot in these past six years and if long thick hair is what I had to sacrifice for my life then so be it, but if there is anyone else who has suggestions or has been through this I would love to hear from you. I have scoured every crevice of the internet and it seems I can't find any message thread that pertains to my exact problem. Thank you for reading!