When this happened to me i was told by my doctor that the hair loss NOW was due to high blood sugars MONTHS AGO. Your hair coming out may not be a result of anything you are doing now, and you may just have to wait it out and if your sugars are normal and stay normal then it should stop and grow back. The hair loss may be from the stress your body went through months ago before diagnosis. This high stress caused your hair to go into their 'resting' phase early which means that they will fall out early. It is essentially loss from stress. If the stress has been relieved (ie - your sugars are now normal) then all you can do is wait for those hairs to all fall out, and then do your best to stay healthy so that they can regrow. I would still be sure to see a doctor to make sure it is not a different issue, as hair loss can be a sign of other aliments so you should see a doctor. My story ended with all the hairs falling out over a month or so following my diagnosis and then growing back, and now I have no hair issues, all back to normal.. So if you have what i had it should be fine over time.