Hi, I was recently diagnosed with "diffuse non scarring alopecia areata" after a scalp biopsy, and after two years of believing it was telogen effluvium. Honestly, I would be happier if it was TE. After the biopsy my derm was happy and said this is great news! (considering that is was not a scarring alopecia) but I'm now more depressed than before, and more confused. I never considered that the hair loss could be Alopecia Areata because I have no circular bald patches. I lose about 60-100 hairs per day all over my head. The hair grows back fairly quickly, and I have a head full of different length hair that Im not sure what to do with :$ Ive been trying to eat healthy, eliminate gluten and dairy from my diet, and eliminate stress (which has been very difficult). However, the hair loss and regrowth cycle has been steady for two years. I was wondering if anyone has this type of Alopecia Areata? If so, what should I expect? Is this a progressive type or will it go into a "remission" like other types of Alopecia Areata sometimes do? If anyone has answers, or just stories they would be comforting to hear. Im trying to stay positive with this confusing and scary news!