Alyssa Milano says she's losing her hair following lengthy COVID-19 bout

Alyssa Milano intoned in a recent video demo of the hair loss she is suffering as she continues to experience fallout from an April bout of COVID-19 the illness caused by the novel coronavirus

Alyssa Milano tested positive for COVID-19 yet, months later, the TV star is still dealing with the aftermath - pronounced hair loss.

"I just want you to be aware that our testing system is flawed and we don't know the real numbers", she continued.

"In an interview with CNN's Chris Cuomo about PrimeTime and infectious disease specialist Dr. William Schaffner a week", the actress said that she had been awaiting guidance from physicians about the best way to do today that she's in healing, noting it's not apparent what following steps she needs to take.

"I just wanted to show you the amount of hair that's coming out of my head as a result of COVID", she said in the video. "As you can see, in there, there is no hair in there right now".

In a widely-seen video shared on Twitter, actress Alyssa Milano brushes her hair and holds up clumps of her tresses that have fallen from her head. She then continues brushing for about a minute, before holding a large gathered ball of hair. She shared a photograph of herself sporting a masks, whereas hooked as much as an IV in a hospital mattress.

"I was acutely sick with C****-19 in April". Survivor Corps' study asked more than 1,500 patients about the symptoms they're experiencing. "I am what they call a "long hauler". The report also stated that Milano started developing coronavirus symptoms in March, based on her previous Instagram post. "Please take this seriously". "And the headaches were awful".

Months after experiencing debilitating COVID-19 symptoms, the Charmed alum took to Twitter on Sunday to share one of the surprising side effects of having the virus: hair loss!

The signs could be refined in some individuals and also you won't even discover that there's something unsuitable together with your hair.

Milano also advised anyone recovering from the coronavirus who is still experiencing symptoms to get a chest CT scan, cardiac MRI and blood work as per her doctors' recommendations. Milano took two tests at the time after becoming severely ill, but both came back negative.

"I thought I was dying", she recounted.

"This is why we're seeing these patients now, several weeks after COVID-19 symptoms resolve", Khetarpal explained. "I had COVID-19", she revealed.

The mum-of-two reportedly donated her plasma in hopes of "saving a life". She also offered some words of advice for her followers to practice safety protocols like washing hands, wearing masks and observing social distancing. "I don't want anyone to feel the way I felt". I don't want anyone to feel the way I felt. That increase in stress is associated with an increase in the hormone cortisol, Pierre says, which may eventually lead to hair loss.

"Lengthy haulers" have reported battling with the lingering issues for months regardless of overcoming Covid-19.



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