Photo: Charlotte Seymour
A resident of the UK spoke about the rare disease her seven children. Her words quoted by the tabloid the Daily Mail.
Charlotte Seymour (Charlotte Seymour) from the English town of Northallerton, the County of North Yorkshire, recalls how her daughter named winter (Wynter) was born with thick dark hair, which over the years has significantly brightened and became “unruly”. “Her hair is something. Strands like roll up and on top broke into a million partings. Combing them is simply impossible,” complained 33-year-old Briton.
“When she was three years old, her hair so much curled, if I clocked them with a Curling iron. It was very difficult to lay them”, she added. The woman put on the baby’s head all kinds of cosmetic products and sprays for smoothing hair, but nothing helped. Then Charlotte started looking for a solution on the Internet and came across several similar cases.
It turned out that the young winter suffered from the syndrome narecheniem hair (uncombable hair syndrome) is a disease in which the hair grows almost perpendicular to the scalp. “Her hair really attract attention, and sometimes people even ask: “What happened to her hair?”, but winter is not worried, explained her mother. — The girl loves her hair, as well as attention. She is confident in herself.”
Charlotte expressed the hope that the rare disease her daughter, recorded only from hundreds of people around the world, will pass with age. It is concluded that the unusual deviation could complicate her life.
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