I know that hair loss is a symptom of scleroderma, and people with linear scleroderma in the forehead (like me) often report hair loss where the scar meets the hair line. I don't mind hair loss so much because I've been shaving my head for years anyway, but what's really annoying is that these days my eyelashes seem to be much, much more likely to fall out. Almost every time I look in the mirror I see one on my cheek bone or just hanging among the other lashes, uprooted from its follicle. They get in my eyes, too. And even those that haven't already fallen out seem to be ranged very haphazardly, like the follicles have warped and are pointing in random directions. And I'm worried that one day they'll all fall out and I'll look even more freakish than I do now.
I know many people on this forum have much worse problems than this and it's not something to make too big a deal of, but any help or advice would be appreciated. Has anyone experienced this? Does it just keep getting worse or does it stop at some point?
PS. I'm getting UVA1 light therapy but I have to wear eye protection so it doesn't treat the eyelids.