Wow... I know you're telling the truth, but I find the situation hard to believe.. especially coming from a growing teenager!
I have a few questions for you and you don't have to answer them here, you can send me a private msg if you want.
- How did you use the JBCO on your hair/scalp, and how long did you use it before you gave up?
- How long did you take the biotin pills?
- What does your diet mostly consist of?
(Remember that in all stages of life, even as a teenager
, you are what you eat!)
- When you would get your weave done, how did you mostly get it styled, and was it ever very tight or uncomfortable at first?
I noticed in one of your replies to someone you said that you barely drink water. That's gonna have to be one of the first simplest things you can change to see a difference in your hair and body! I didn't used to drink any water, and I started drinking 32 oz. a day and my hair and skin feels like it's in a better position to start growing now. Plus, drinking water clears your body of toxins and does so many other things for cell growth and stimulation for your hair, nails, etc..!!
Protein is cool too, provided that you balance it out with a moisturizing conditioner or treatment. Too much protein can cause your hair to break off too...
I also agree with CurlsInBloom about seeing a doctor, and taking proper care of your weave... But I know when I was a teenager (like 14-15), I had a lot of bad eating habits and didn't take good care of my hair when it was weaved up. I changed those things at 16 and it was uphill from there! Without knowing anything else about you personally, I'd say it's just a matter of getting all your ducks in a row in terms of caring for yourself internally just as much as you do on the outside. But don't give up, never give up on anything about yourself. You and your body is all you've got!