A good plumber is invaluable, especially during certain times. There are not many people who have not been faced with a leaky pipe, a stopped up toilet, or a slow shower drain. It is during this time that having a good plumber on call would be really helpful.
Remove the drain stopper if there is one. Do so by pulling the stopper up until it disconnects from the trip lever. Shower-only setups will not have a drain stopper.
Consider extending the decking a few feet out from the entrance to the shower, to make toweling easier and to keep feet clean while being dried. The enclosure can be made from 4×4 upright posts at each corner (pressure-treated softwood is adequate), and the side screens can be made from ply, cedar shingles or any kind of paneling that takes your fancy.
There are a number of tricks to getting this to work. One of the basic tricks is a special drain. The special Kesmet has drain holes on two levels. The one level is right up there at the top. Just what you see when you look at the floor. The other drain holes are under the surface of the floor. Huh? See, that’s where the waterproof membrane routes the water that leaks through the floor. How do the drain holes stay open under the floor? It’s pea gravel…
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If that’s not troublesome enough, there’s no hard and fast rules as to how long telogen effluvium will last. Most doctors will tell you that it should cease on its own within a few months. If it doesn’t, the condition is then called chronic or CTE. This chronic condition has been known to last for months or years. Unfortunately, it’s often impossible to both pinpoint the cause and fix it.
So to answer the question posed, it’s my opinion and experience that if you have true telogen effluvium (or even the chronic type that resolves relatively quickly,) you probably won’t need a wig although it can feel that way. Of course, some hair loss conditions are thought to be this type of hair loss at first and then they turn out to be something else. But if you have a known trigger and are pretty sure that telogen effluvium is what you are dealing with, then it makes sense to wait and to try to make the most of what you have while supporting healthy regrowth and knowing that the shedding should eventually stop before a wig is necessary.