Pregnancy brings many changes; one notable difference that many women see is a major difference in hair texture and growth. Hormones can make hair grow faster and even fall out less.
You can also expect that hair may start to grow in new places, places you may not appreciate as much as full thick shiny hair - think face, chest, belly, and arms.
This obnoxious and unwanted growth is due to those same pregnancy hormones, plus an increased blood circulation and metabolism that is now working for two. All of this together brings more nutrients to your hair on all parts of your body.
The good and bad news: The hair on your head should return to normal within six months after birth. If you love your new found thick, luscious hair this may not be great, but if your texture has changed in a way that is frizzy or wild, just hold on as changes are coming.