I was told to expect hair loss starting with my 1st infusion. It came on right at that time. I had cut my hair pretty short anyway. When my hairdresser felt I wouldn’t lose any more, still had a small, sporadic patch I had her buzz the rest off. I just took to wearing hats when I was out and about. I had her buzz it once more a month later and it started coming back right after my last infusion. 9 months later I had enough hair to get a nice haircut and highlights for my Relay for Life walk. It is just one bump in the road to cancer treatments. Best wishes to you.
I just happened to have a breast cancer awareness cap I had purchased when I was working as a Mammo Tech. I never was comfortable wearing a wig as they just didn’t feel right (and that was long before my diagnosis). There is a lady in the area who owns a beauty shop and she also sells wigs to women with hair loss as her mother needed something when she was bald. Just think-you’ll save on shampoo for a short time.