I went to a clinic today, and asked about hair loss(I'll check out a more expensive specialist later).
She thought it was possible MPB but sent me for some blood work to check things out. Apparently really extreme stress can cause delayed hair loss 2-3 months after, and that actually fits my situation. Wishful thinking maybe, but I want to cover all bases.
Anyway, I may as well list my supplement regimen.
Saw Palmetto/ whole berry, 540mg x3 daily(Going to buy a standardized extract complex to replace this)
Multivitamin/ once a day(500% b-6, 100% zinc + usual array, has added Saw Palmetto, Pygeum, evening primrose oil, pumpkin seed)
Hair, Skin, and nails/twice a day(700mg MSM, 250mg horsetail extract 7 % silica, L-Cysteine, Choline, Inositol, PABA)
Biotin/ 1668%, once a day
Black currant seed oil/ 1 gram 14-17% gamma linolenic, twice a day
Virgin Cold pressed Pumpkin seed oil, I put on almost everything I eat, consume a good 1-2 tbsp a day.
Green tea/ 3 cups a day
Trader Joes super green drink/1 scoop a day(Not specifically for hair loss, but the stuff makes me feel great, and there are some things in there that could help at the very least with the health of my hair)
(Buying Beta-sitosterol, nettle leaf, eleuthero ginseng, green tea extract)
Also, I try to eat a very healthy diet. I eat lots of seaweed which is good for your hair, only good fats, not excessive meat, little to no dairy etc. No sugar, I try to limit my carbs in general. Hey this stuff can't hurt.
Buying thickening shampoo with nutrients http://www.avalonorganics.com/?id=88&pid=23
There are some other supplements I'm looking at, such as Reishi mushroom, may add to the list.
Then of course, once I see a specialist or at least a primary care doctor, I may step up the regimen to include the serious stuff.