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Ava Max says her 'hair is growing back' after dealing with hair loss after COVID-19 battle in 2020

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Singer Ava Max took to Instagram on Wednesday to show how hair is growing back in her scalp after she suffered hair loss as result of a battle with COVID-19 in 2020.'Baby hairs Comin THRU,' the My Head & My Heart artist, 27, said in the social media post. 'Also so so happy my hair is growing back.

I lost a lot of hair when I had COVID last year!! :( 'The American Academy of Dermatology said that 'noticeable hair loss' can be a side effect of the virus due to a high fever.

The latest:Singer Ava Max, 27, took to Instagram on Wednesday to show how hair is growing back in her scalp after she suffered hair loss as result of a battle with COVID-19 in 2020'Most people see noticeable hair shedding two to three months after having a fever or.

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