The best results from treatment happen when you begin treatment as soon as possible after the hair loss begins because prolonged androgenetic alopecia may destroy many of the hair follicles. The use of anti-androgens after prolonged hair loss will at least help prevent further hair loss and encourage some hair regrowth from those follicles that have been dormant but are still viable, Stopping treatment will result in the hair loss resuming if the androgens aren’t kept in check in some other way. Maintaining your vitamin and mineral levels helps while you’re on anti-androgen medications.
There is a medicine called Minoxidil that is extensively used for hair loss treatment. It comes in the form of a liquid or foam, which you have to rub on your scalp around two times a day. It helps in the regrowth of hair and also prevents further hair loss. Results can be seen after regular application of the cream for months and not before. A thing to note here is that baldness will resume once you stop using minoxidil. Therefore, it is a life-long commitment to use this medicine for any significant improvements.
You can use the avala its (olay) in punjabi take dry one seem like seeds and dry beens (faliya) and mix them in a grinder finely u get a powder form then take a one spoon of this powder and boil it in a half cup of water it will turn in to black water then past it on your hair be cearful it is dark clour so use hand glove before applying it
The sexual side effects of Propecia may continue after you stop taking it. Talk to your doctor if you have concerns about these side effects. Propecia may also cause decrease in blood prostate specific antigen (PSA) levels, and can affect the PSA blood test.
While minoxidil has been clinically proven to slow the progression of hair loss and regrow some hair, most informed experts see it as a relatively marginally effective drug in the fight against hair loss. Since minoxidil has no effect on the hormonal process of hair loss its positive effects are at best temporary and usually yield somewhat disappointing long-term results.
A good daily multivitamin containing zinc, vitamin B, folate, iron, and calcium is a reasonable choice, although there is no good evidence that vitamins have any meaningful benefit in alopecia. Newer studies suggest that vitamin D may be somewhat helpful and worth considering. Specific vitamin and mineral deficiencies like iron or vitamin B12 may be diagnosed by blood tests and treated.
Testosterone replacement is becoming popular for men. Cotsarelis warns that this may accelerate hair loss. Propecia might help — but because it prevents testosterone breakdown, it might affect the dose of male hormone replacement therapy. Cotsarelis warns men taking both Propecia and testosterone replacement to make sure their doctor carefully monitors their testosterone levels.
I have been on Proscar now (1.25mg/day) for nearly 10 months, rogaine foam 1 to 2 days a time and Nizoral shampoo a few times a week. unfortunately, the shedding never stopped. When I shower, I still see 10-15 hairs on my hand when I shampoo and another 5-10 after I comb my hair after I shower . . . and then another 10-15 when I style my hair with gel in the mornings. I’m going to switch to name brand Propecia and try that out for a few months but I think I may just not responding to this treatment. My hair is absolutely more thin than it was before I started treatment. My thinking is that I go another 3 months on name brand propecia and if that doesn’t work, try Avordart. Thoughts?
I took Gingko Biloba for general circulation, but noticed the amount of hair in the shower drian was getting less over time. My thinning hair on top my head got thicker and my receeding hairline started to fill back in. I could feel the little hairs on my foeehead growing back. My barber of 12 years one day asked me if I was using Rogaine because my hair wasn’t as thin. I said no and then knew it was the Gingko which thins the blood and also expandes capilaires just as Rogiane does. I still a have some receceding hairline but not much. Give it 4 to 6 months with a coupea of pills a day.
Yes. Hyperandrogenism, a medical condition characterized by excessive production of male hormones called androgens, can cause hair loss in affected women. The most common cause of hyperandrogenism in women is functional ovarian hyperandrogenism, also known as polycystic ovary syndrome. In addition to hair loss, other signs include obesity, acne, and irregular menstruation, and it is one of the most common causes of infertility.
The very first thing to do is to assess how long you have been using the product to correctly gauge if it really is not working. You do not expect to see results in just 3 to 5 days of using it. Some products take weeks, months even, for you to actually see real results.
We’re sad to hear about your hair. It’s going to take a little while to grow back healthy, but it will most likely bounce back in time. After all, hair usually grows around 6 inches per year. In the meantime, try using a gentle shampoo that doesn’t have sulfates—like PURA D’OR or Art Naturals’ Argan Oil. Use conditioner and let it sit for a couple of minutes on your hair before you rinse it. Leave-in conditioners with Argan oil can help your hair grow back faster and healthier and keep it from tangling. Try to not brush your hair when it’s dry, only when it’s damp, and use a brush or comb that doesn’t tangle or pull out strands. Get a head massage to get the blood flowing. You may want to see a different stylist to trim off any split ends in a couple of months.
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The scalp capillary function is stimulated by the intake of vitamin E in your diet. It increases blood circulation and promotes hair growth. Cereals, sunflower oil, soybean oil, tofu, etc. contain good amounts of vitamin E. You must try and include as much of these foods in your diet as you can.