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Epilator For Men
Yes: Yes Propecia (finasteride) does work for men with male pattern baldness (bald spots) and there is often noticeable hair growth with use of propecia (finasteride). Not in all patients. And it can be reversible if medication is stopped. But remember.....Bald is beautiful! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hair removal is either temporary, like tweezing, waxing or shaving, or permanent, in which the follicles are destroyed by electrolysis or a laser/light system. Very popular these days to reduce the density of hair in an area by laser hair removal. It needs to be repeated in a series to affect as many follicles as ...Read more
No such thing: There are some men who do not have hair follicles to grow a full beard. There is no such vitamin to make this happen if it is not happening naturally. ...Read more
Propecia (finasteride): Propecia (finasteride) is effective at preventing hair loss, however it has been implicated in causing erectile dysfunction as a side effect. I suggest that you discuss these issues with your physician before beginning the medication and learn about all the medication's risks and benefits. As an alternative hair transplant is a safe long term solution to male pattern baldness. ...Read more
Maybe: Platelet rich plasma is thought to have growth factors and cytokines that rejuvenate skin and perhaps hair follicles and matrix. As mono therapy it probably isn't so great but it may help hair transplantation Propecia (finasteride) or Minoxidil work better. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Antifungal: Monistat is an antifungal cream used for treating yeast infections as long as the infection is properly diagnosed by your doctor. So yes it is safe on penis but as noted earlier see your doctor for proper diagnosis and selection of therapy appropriate for your case. Take care of yourself. ...Read more
I read that propecia (finasteride) is prescribed, off label, for hair loss in women.Is it growing hair for them?
Hair Restoration: Hair transplants can be highly effective, but there are 2 limitations. #1 the amount of hair loss you currently have, and #2 the density of your hair in the donor site (in the back of the scalp). High density and thinning hair are the best combination, but it is worth getting an evaluation from a specialist to help set your expectations. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Can't decide b/w holep and TURP for 51yr old very healthy male. Using tamsulosin only, want to avoid finas/dutas altogether.
Check out these: Links. As a rule, you can exhaust the efficacy of one or two meds before you resort to surgery.Holep is preferred over TURP because it's less invasive. Best wishes! http://www.mayoclinic.org/holmium-laser-prostate-surgery/ http://www.Mayoclinic.Com/health/turp/my00633.http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/prostate-gland-enlargement/ds00027/dsecti. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Erectile dysfunction, male used revivogen shampoo inhibits testosteron to dht conversion for more than 3 years & premature ejaculation_what treatment?
Laser Hair Removal: Laser hair reduction is very effective for women (and men). Depending on skin type, ethnicity, laser used and area you wish treated, you may need between 6 and 10 treatments spaced 4 to 8 weeks apart. Multiple areas can be treated simultaneously if you wish. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
USA: Land of choice: Because circumcision is required by numerous religions many believe circumcision improves quality of life. Many believe it is more hygienic. Many require circumcision for medical reasons (phimosis, paraphymosis, recurrent balanitis, etc), prevents the rare penile cancer, reduces risk of urinary infections in first year of life and the usa is a free country. Female circumcision is mutilation! ...Read more
Is laser hair removal a safe and/or recommended procedure for someone who cannot tolerate birth control pills for moderate facial hair growth?
Yes: Age is less a factor than the locations and color of the hairs themselves. It requires a series of treatments, since laser is effective only when actively growing. Some hairs are in resting phase and not as susceptible. Additional treatment in planned series will find the majority in the active growth phase. Laser seeks color and is best on dark hair growth areas. ...Read more
Great: I think it can be great for guys with excessive hair. The nice thing about laser removal is that you can have the number of treatments that leave you with the amount of hair that you want to remain. Many men do not want to remove all the hair just cut it down significantly. Of course, if they want it all gone this can be done too. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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If someone used an epilator on you while you were asleep, would you wake up and feel pain or stay asleep?
Either or.: Depends on how it was done and what it was done with. Cannot say either way! ...Read more
If i shaved and then used an epilator (an electric tweezer) two to three days later, would the hairs be long enough to be efficiently removed?
Hair growth : Speed varies from person to person.Get a more detailed answer ›
Bad Idea!: One should avoid epilating genitalia.Get a more detailed answer ›
When i use silk epil epilator braun i get red spots on my skin but after a while it goes away should i stop using it?
Use another techniqu: It sounds like you are irritating your skin with your epilation. You don't want to end up with post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation. Ask your aesthetician if another technique for hair removal would be better. Also, laser removal or electrolysis may be other options. Discuss with your dermatologist first so your skin type can be examined.Red spots indicate irritation or inflammation to the product ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
If you use an epilator on your face which takes hair out by the root,will your face break out when you use your face creams ect.? Tyvm
Maybe: Everybody's different you have to try it you'll see ...Read more
I have eczema all over, and it's currently still dry and sometimes itchy. I'm thinking of using an epilator - would it irritate my skin?
I have somewhat thick hair on my chest and back of my neck (and some on shoulders). can i use epilator ? to what extent/areas can the epilator be used
I use epilator for my amrpits. But why my they become very itchy when hair start growing back? And can you give any solution to stop itching?
I'm a black women with a lot facial hair. I don't want to use laser on my face. What other hair removing method do you recommend? An epilator ??
Hello i want my arm hair to fall. i dont wanna use any product like wax or epilator or whatever. how can i reduce hair naturally ?
I have sensitivity to waxing,especially on arms and face.Would using an epilator be better for me?
If you are sensitive: to waxing , epilator work on dissolving keratin in the hair , in sensitive people it will irritate more . See a skin specialist to help you. ...Read more
Helo please i want to ask if it safe to use an electric epilator on the tummy during pregnancy. Thank you?
Not a problem: The electricity is inside the device and will not penetrate your stomach skin and certainly will have no effect on the developing baby. ...Read more
I m having pimple like bumps in my labia majora since the last month and they wont go away.i never had this problem.i hv been using epilator recently.
Hair removal: Hair removal techniques depend on the location of where you want to have hair removed. If it is dark hair then most methods including laser or intense pulse light can reduce and at times permanently prevent further hair growth. Lighter hair remains tricky as their is no melanin in the hair to uptake the energy for lasers so waxing or vaniqua ( a topical medicine) maybe the safest way. ...Read more
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