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... Why does my daughter pull her eyelashes out? ... (3 replies)
... why children pull out their eyelashes? ... (7 replies)
... Hello, I also starting pulling my eyeslashes out at that time and now I still do, while in college. I can honestly say that I believe that I pulled was because I was under a lot of stress or when i felt alone. ... (3 replies)

... sue and get help. I don't believe it will cause permanent hair loss but I do know it is very upsetting to you and her. My daughter was younger when she used to pull hair out of her head at night, luckily we used mittens and it helped her stop. Good luck to both of you! ... (1 replies)
... t your mom Scooter, I can't even imagine what you or your family is going through and it makes sense that this could have been a trigger for her to start pulling out eyelashes. ... (7 replies)
... I suppose I can do that, I was just fearing that there may be something bigger bothering her, I think I will make that call today, its so hard to believe she could have a disorder or a problem, she is almost 12, very popular and is running for class president, she is head on her soccer team and gets great grades, whew, I wish I knew....for sure... Thank you for your response. (7 replies)
... The term they use for children pulling out hair, whether it's eyelashes, eyebrows, twisting of hair, etc. is Trichotillomania. ... (7 replies)
... If you mean out or down towards their cheeks.....okay, I shoudl warn you this may sound silly, but maybe they are hunting for wishes? ... (2 replies)
... How do I help my daughter who is 10 not to pull out her eyelashes/eyebrows? (1 replies)
... Forget all the hidden bullshit here, when your child pulls his or her eyelashes out and eyebrows too, which can lead to other body hair it is not a strange thing that kids do OK ! ... (0 replies)
... Research the word trichotillomania. It's basically a nervous habit. My daughter (24) had it as a toddler and preschooler but she outgrew it. It is a very treatable disorder as far as I know. Best wishes!! (3 replies)
... I wonder if this falls under the heading of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder(OCD)? I would guess that it might. It takes different forms with different people. Most people have heard of "frequent hand washing". It's a compulsion to do something excessively. You might want to look into OCD, if you haven't already. (3 replies)
... LOL That's funny....I remember doing the eyelash pulling thing when I was little, but we also used to flipthem inside out...I don't remember why though! (2 replies)
... Ok, I am no expert, but i have heard of this before. I don't mean to scare you,just inform. A good friend of mine had a daughter that started to pull her eyelashes out and then it progressed to her eyebrows and then to the hair on her head. There is a psychological condition that kids can start. ... (24 replies)
... Hey I am 20 now and constantly pull my eyelashes, I have done it since I was about 12 and it upset my mother because not only did I pull out my eyelashes I would pull out my eyebrows too sometimes. My 7th grade picture showed my eyebrows had little pars of missing hair where I had pulled them. ... (24 replies)
... but she says she still doesn't know why she did it. Maybe you should "investigate" a little deeper and try to figure out if something hidden is bothering her. ... (24 replies)
... that she'd inadvertantly pull a few out. Pediatrician recommended Opticon eye drops. They help a lot. ... (24 replies)
... I wish it was that easy. She is usually very up front with me when she has a problem. I know she is growing up and well with that comes "PUBERTY" EWWWW. She understands things change and we are dealing with some unfortunate news which I believe may be playing a part in the start of this again, my mom is sick- Cancer and it is not good and I am trying to help my daughter ... (7 replies)
... Hi Scooter, she sounds like an amazing young lady but we sometimes forget about how stressful it was to be a teenager! Not only is she trying to live up to hers and your standards (grades, popularity, sports, etc.) but her peers also. I have worked in Middle and Jr. High schools and see how students interact, I do not envy them and think it's much more difficult nowadays... (7 replies)
... Thank you for your opinion and time, I did not think I would get a reply- Thank you again..... (7 replies)




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