I have had all of that done with only some elevations in her androgen levels. If you research further, you would see that Androgenetic Alopecia can be brought on in childhood. Any good mother that has been through the agony of worrying about their child's health concerns knows that doctors don't always have the answers and that seeking out fellow mothers for thoughts and guidance can go a long way. Apparently, based on your tone and response, I have picked the wrong forum to get support from. Silly me to assume I could get some input and help from a forum titled "Children's Hair Loss Support". Nice of you to choose a worried mother's post to troll on.
No, I would never put her through that at this stage.
Repeating the original question in my post as I have google and am able to research common causes and diagnostic methods and I have throughly, thank you.
I would be forever grateful if some of you mamas could take 5 minutes to do a close look at your child's hair and see if they happen to have any of these "miniaturized" hairs or hairs that are thinner, shorter, and easy to pull out.
PS...don't mess with a concerned mother. It's very unkind. No need to continue responding to this thread as it's clear your input will not be helpful rather just more upsetting.
Thank you. This is my first night on the forum, and really any forum, so I had no idea what to expect. Sounds like it probably isn't the right place for me and my concerns.