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I am 20 . Im suffering from aga. Using minoxidil 10. What should be my dosage once i grow sufficient amount of hair. I apply it twice daily as of now.
2 x day: If you grow hair with rogaine (minoxidil) and stop using it, you will lose the hair you grew with the product. This is one way to know if the rogaine (minoxidil) actually helped or if your hair loss would stabilize on its own. You could perhaps try 1 x daily, but you need to keep using it. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can i double the dosage on the use of rogaine (minoxidil) once a day so i can style my hair after and not have to wash it twice for a double rogaine (minoxidil) application?
Can minoxidil be used to grow facial hair in cases with grasy skin who suffer from seborrhoeic dramatitis? If yes what's the manual and dosage?
Minoxidil: Minoxidil is an antihypertensive vasodilator medication which also slows or stops hair loss and promotes hair regrowth. Now off-patent, it is available over-the-counter for the treatment of androgenic alopecia. Minoxidil must be used indefinitely for continued support of existing hair follicles and the maintenance of any experienced hair regrowth. ...Read more
5% Minoxidil gives me mild to moderate chest pains and some arm tingling. Would it be recommended to work up to a full dose, try 2% or cease usage?
The Sun Also Rises: That stuff gives you vellus hair, that's fine and soft and doesn't look anything like regular adult hair.As far as I'm concerned it's a waste of time. Not everyone thinks that, however.But in your case trading vellus hair for chest pains and arm tingling (if truly associated) is a losing wager.I'd rather bet that the sun will rise in the West tomorrow.Get a proper exam by a qualified doc for this. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Doctor have prescribed me tugain soln(minoxidil 10%) and biotin tablets.But some one told me saw palmetto tablets really helps to prevent hairfall?
Good luck: Just because a medication helped 'someone' doesn't mean it will work for everyone. ...Read more
I am 30 years old single man suffering from hair loss, can I use finax tablets and minoxidil 5% and it will safe for me ? Or please prescribe me best
Hair loss: Finax is a brand of Cefuroxime in some countries & a brand of Finasteride in others. Given that you're asking about it's use for hair loss, i suspect that you're asking about Finasteride which is used in states to either shrink prostate or reduce hair loss. Minoxidil is a blood pressure medication which is also used in states to increase hair growth. Both are "safe" but have known side effects. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Derm said didnt see seb.dermatitis scalp now.Losing hair , she said use pill and/or Rogaine (minoxidil). I think the shampoos damaged my hair why lose hair still?
Derm=low-tech; body=: Hi-Tech & most such issues remain well beyond current knowledge/understanding. As embodied Soul?Mind?Brain?Body creatures sending >1,000,000 orders/sec brain?body with similar feedback, this is the real Hi-Tech. Medicine=Low-Tech attempting to play catchup. Control of blood supply to hair follicle (Rogain=vasodilator), hormonal issues (dihydrotestosterone, etc) & genes are some of the issues. ...Read more
A solution for hair: Originally a blood pressure pill, it has been shown to reduce scalp balding. Available otc generic 2% @ $4 a month, you apply to scalp to slow hair loss, sometimes grow new hair. The benefit requires years of religious application twice every day. There are branded products of 5% which are slightly more effective and much more expensive. ...Read more
Minoxidil Works, but: Minoxidil promotes improved hair growth from weak follicles. Twice a day, everyday until further notice, is the recommended dosage. Get a HairCheck measurement if you want to track your progress in 90 days, otherwise you'll have to wait 6-12 months to judge. OTC minox (rogaine) is weak & messy. Formula 82M compounded minoxidil goes on dry & is much more powerful. Stop the minox? Lose the result! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Age and Minoxidil: Minoxidil (m) is only used when other treatments have not worked well or cannot be taken. You should also take other medications to avoid the side effects of minoxidil. These medications include a diuretic to prevent the body from holding on to too much water and salt and a heart medication (such as a beta blocker including propranolol) to prevent a fast pulse. M has no age limit to its use. ...Read more
Usually: Rogaine (minoxidil) or topical Minoxidil is a scientifically proven treatment for hereditary hair loss. It is effective in slowing down or halting the hair loss in most patients with androgeneic or hereditary hair loss. That is it's main benefit. In a small percentage of users of rogaine (minoxidil) there is an appreciable amount of regrowth of hair usually in the first year of use. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
probably: If you are not pregnant or planning to become pregnant rogaine (minoxidil) is safe. You should also have no history of heart disease. Once you stop using it whatever benefits is lost. It takes at least 6 months to see a response if you find you are allergic to the liquid, then you will have to use the foam twice a day. ...Read more
Better Minox?: Minoxidil promotes improved hair growth from weak follicles. Twice a day, everyday until further notice, is the recommended dosage. Over-the-counter minox (rogaine) is weak & messy. Formula 82M compounded minoxidil goes on dry & is much more powerful. Track your results with a doc who performs HairCheck. It takes a year or more to see results so stick with it and follow-up every 90 days to track. ...Read more