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Medicine For Bal Allergy
BAL allergy: BAL contains Dimercaprol. It is a chelating agent. For potential adverse effects see: http://www. Rxlist. Com/bal-in-oil-ampules-drug. Htm ...Read more
Allergies occur when your immune system is triggered by envirionmental factors it should ignore--for example, pollen in the air, or dander on a cat or dog--and creates cells to fight against them. An allergic reaction typically causes itching, congestion, or drainage, and ...Read more
Weight lifting increases the rate of baldness? Because my friends tell me that but I don't believe. (I don't take any drugs or allergies)
Bald: I agree with you and you need to see your doctor and may need a referral to a Dermatologist. ...Read more
Is there any good medicine to avoid balled head in male when there is family history of baldness!?
What is the best solution to stop baldness? Is there any medicine to fill the empty spaces because of hair fall?
Options: Many men, especially those with a lot of body hair, do notice advancing baldness in their 20's. Your physician can offer you medication (pills, topical) to slow the process. There are surgical procedures. Or you can embrace your maleness / genetics, work hard on being as physically fit as you can, and enjoy the distinctive look just as photo guy clearly does. Best wishes. ...Read more
How do I get nuvigil cheaper, my ins. Covers most but still leaves a $330 bal. And generic modafinil is more? Or ideas on a comparable drug?
Hair loss: Cipla has a generic medication for propecia (finasteride). Propecia (finasteride) is used in the United States to treat hair loss. Thus, you can use cipla's generic for Propecia (finasteride) for male pattern hair loss. Make sure you read the insert so you know what side effects can occur with the medication. ...Read more
Pls, can cipla stop baldness? And where can I get this drug in nigeria? Lagos to be precise. Thank you
Don't think so: Cipla appears to be a drug company that makes antivirals, aids medications, heart medications, asthma inhalers, and some other meds. Not sure if the company makes any drugs to slow down balding. Beware of any claims by a drug company about being able to "stop balding" because such claims sometimes are false or exaggerated. ...Read more
I lost my hear, " baldness "what is the possibility to restore it? Is there any medicine? BR// Ghaith
Yes!: Go to a Dr. Get some tests, stop stressing, eat vitamin B, lots of whole grains, and healthy, leafy green foods. Quit stressing! ...Read more
Cap adgain, tab androanagen, halotop lotion, minkem-n 5% lotion, do these medicines help hair fall stoppage and regrowth in male patterned baldness?
I'm loosing my hair! I've tried anything possible, drugs. Oils. Etc nothing worked! What should I do, I'm only 21 I don't want to get baldness!?
First of all: Don't put any products or oils on your hair or scalp. Second, have your primary care doctor check for various medical problems. Third, see a quality dermatologist. There's no way we can help you on the internet. Don't get your medical information from friends, tv or internet scams. ...Read more
My dermat have suggstd me rootz m10 lotion is it effective it is causing irritation to my scalp. Can u sugst proper medicines to cure crown baldness?
Which is the best medicine for stopping male pattern baldness. Can hair be regrown trough some kind of medicine?
Recently one medicine was in news, discovered for androgenic alopecia, what is the name of the medicine? Can I use this now for baldness treatment?
It is a blocker of male hormones.
http://www. Ncbi. Nlm. Nih. Gov/pubmed/9777765
"Recent postmarking studies have found that [this drug] has been associated with sexual and non-sexual adverse events"
http://archderm. Jamanetwork. Com/article. Aspx? Articleid=1904925
I am not recommending you use it. More info can be found by inbox consultation with me, board certified clinical pharm. ...Read more
Does male pattern baldness is preventable from medicine? And is it one time treatment? And does male pattern baldness is due to heredity? Thanks.
I have only receding hairline, but I am not having baldness, no bald spot. No one in my family has ever had baldness. Any medicine treatment possible?
Probably not necessary but uncommon for an 18 year old.
You can check with your hairdresser - least expensive - or your doctor. ...Read more
What are the available hair restoration techniques, is hair transplant safe, or any other medicine, application for male pattern baldness?
Many Possible Causes: Women can develop baldness (alopecia) for many reasons, including breakage of hair from straighteners or dyes; certain skin diseases that cause destruction of the hair follicles, autoimmune disease, hormonal imbalance, iron deficiency, vitamin b deficiency, chemotherapy, shedding after illness, shedding after pregnancy, or alopecia areata. ...Read more
FEMALE BALDNESS: When women lose scalp hair it is called "hairloss", not "baldness."! many medications are responsible for women's hairloss. Anemia, homone imbalance, crash dieting, stress, deficiencies in certain supplements & vitamins. See a dermatologist who might be able to figure out the "whys" of your problem and recommend accordingly. Do not worry! ...Read more
What's the cause?: Classic male pattern baldness is obvious based on its development and distribution. It's genetic and if you have it, you ended up with more genes for it than any of the other men in your family. You can opt for medication, surgery, and/or recognize that 95% of good looks in a man is his level of physical fitness and get back into that stuff. Photo guy isn't complaining, he's showing off. ...Read more
Balding Prevention: You can't change your genetics. These tips may provide some benefit. Eat a nutritious diet to avoid deficiencies. Avoid hairstyles that pull hair tightly. Use gentle shampoo. Avoid hair dryers, permanents or curling irons. Consider use of a wide toothed comb. Consider acupuncture. ...Read more
Some: Depends on what you mean by advanced. If you are basically bald your options are almost none. If you have some hair left but it is thinly growing you might respond to various topical and systemic medications. If this is a genetically directed baldness then you basically can't win that war. Transplants may be an option for you. I think you should see a dermatologist to help evaluate. ...Read more
Hairloss: I am sure you know, hair loss can be caused by both family history or other causes. One common disease is telogen effluvium. This is a temporary hair loss seen most often in young women and the hair that you lose will usually regrow in 6 months. Always see a dermatologist for the exact diagnosis. ...Read more
Yes: Psychological stress can result in various physical conditions, including hair loss. Practicing thought dropping, meditation exercises, and various relaxation exercises can help. However, it's best to get a medical evaluation, since there are many medical conditions, such as thyroid problems, that can be the cause. ...Read more