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Hair Regrowth After Chemotherapy
Toddler w/ rapid, complete (bald) scalp hair loss 10 weeks post heart surgery been 2 months with no regrowth. Telogen effluvium? When expect regrowth?
Could be: It also could be alopecia areata. Please see your dermatologist for evaluation and to discuss treatment options. ...Read more
Hair growth change: After chemotherapy the hair root is injured and growth stops. The alteration in growth pattern after recovery is thought to be responsible for the change in appearance of the growth of the hair. It can have color and texture change as well. The scientific details are still not totally clear. ...Read more
Stopped taking propecia (finasteride) 6 months ago, and lost some hair since. If i start on it again can that hair regrow? Does propecia (finasteride) regrow hair?
Maybe: Propecia (finasteride) can grow hair under certain circumstances but there are many downsides. Suffering with malignant melanoma and hodgkins lymphoma , i would not advise the taking of any unneeded toxins in the body and Propecia (finasteride) is one of those. Also the chemotherapy causes hair loss that Propecia (finasteride) can not reverse. ...Read more
How many months for full effect of minoxidil5%, finasteride 1mg cure of hair loss and regain new hair?
Does fluocinodine promote hair growth in alopecia sufferers? Will hair stop growing/shed after use has stopped?
Alopecia, steroids: Topical steroids such as this will help in certain cases of alopecia, such as alopecia areata or if inflammation of the scalp is present. In many cases however they will not induce regrowth. The cause of the alopecia must be established first by a dermatologist, as then any treatment advise can be specific. ...Read more
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