Physicians are reluctant to use systemic treatment (a pill or other form of internal treatment that affects your entire system) unless they know that the hair loss is due to an excess of androgen in the system or a sensitized “over-response” to the so-called “normal” amounts of androgen in the system. That’s because these systemic treatments may lower the body’s androgen levels. Therefore, physicians often choose topical treatments (those that are applied directly to the scalp).
The second member of ‘The big three’ and another extremely effective FDA approved hair loss treatment is minoxidil. Minoxidil was originally an oral medication for high blood pressure, after a while, however, patients started reporting hair growth everywhere on their body, and so the minoxidil topical solution for treating hair loss was born.
I’ve honestly never heard of someone having a transplant who is unwilling to go on finasteride. I would have thought that your transplant surgeon would have made it clear that you will have to go on finasteride prior to doing the transplant.
I am thinking of using minoxidil to spot treat part of my receding hairline. The patchiness is not really that bad and it’s been concentrated on one side for a few years without getting worse, but I can’t really change the style of my hair much, and that’s the biggest issue for me since I get bored very easily.
I brought the for my boyfriend 3 mths ago. And all I can say is wow!!! When he first started using it progress was slow. He was losing his hairline and the crown was almost bald. But by the end of the of the first mth his hair was visibly thicker & growing and we’re in the 3rd mth and the results just keep getting better. Only thing is you do have to keep using it to keep the hair that regrows. At 40.00 for a 2mth supply I think its well worth it.
There you have it. As of now, ‘The big three’ (minoxidil, finasteride, and ketoconazole) are still the best treatment for male pattern baldness. And, well, one could say even a cure, since if you start treating your hair loss with these early on, you can quite likely hold on to your hair for a lifetime.
This can be a very effective way to prevent the formation of dihydrotestosterone, similar to saw palmetto. Dihydrotestosterone comes from testosterone but licorice does not allow the hormone to go through this transition.
The First Step consists of antioxidant shampoo, the Second is the scalp booster and the third is the hair follicle stimulator. It is advised that you only use these three products to get the best results.
Coloring, perming, and conditioning the hair do not usually cause hair loss. Burns or severe processing may cause hair loss and breakage. Styles that pull tight may cause some loss, but hair coloring and “chemicals” usually don’t.
With men, regrowth in the hairline seems to be more difficult based on the clinical trials, but we do find it helps to strengthen the hair and stop the progression of thinning there for most. Use for at least 2-3 months to see results
The American Hair Loss Association still recommends the drug for those who have not responded favorably to finasteride treatment or for those who would like to add another product to their regimen. The AHLA does not recommend minoxidil as the first line of attack for men suffering with male pattern baldness, but does recognize it as an effective treatment for a small percentage of its users.
People often refuse to gulp in capsules because of the side effects. However, not all capsules have the negative effects. These capsules are 100% Vegetarian that works effectively from within to offer the right vitamins to your hair.
thx for all remedies i wanna n sure will try these specially onion one and aloe vera. I need to use aloe vera gel directly from leaves? I also have thyroid problem if i will do use these remedies may i ll get the hair back.thank you for allthese
“The number one risk is erectile dysfunction,” says Zeichner. “For most patients, if this even occurs, it’s temporary. Although there have been a handful of reports of guys who have it after discontinuing the drug.”
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