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Nexium Shampoo For Thinning Hair
Is TESTOSTERONE and there are NO SCIENTIFICALLY based medical studies which show TOPICAL Testosterone as an effective means of treating thinning hair in mail pattern balndess (in fact testosterone used to be thought of as the CAUSE for MPB!!!!!
ROGAINE is what you should be researching
Hope this helps
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Hair loss, otherwise known as alopecia, can be caused by different reasons, including damage to the hair shaft or follicles or fungal infections. There are two main types of alopecia. Alopecia areata occurs when the body's immune system attacks hair follicles and causes hair to fall out. Androgenetic (or androgenic) alopecia, on the other hand, is an inherited form of hair loss. With alopecia areata, hair can fall out in patches all over the body. With androgenetic alopecia, hair on the head first thins and then falls out. In men, this is called male pattern hair loss; in women, it is called ...Read more
What is the best shampoo for thinning hair that doesn't contain harsh chemicals sls, etc, removes DHT etc bad stuff. I am 25, female with thinning hair?
Check hormones: Shampoo is not likely the answer to your hair problem. Have your hormones and iron level checked by an endocrinologist who can look for a treatable cause of your problem. ...Read more
I'm a 28 year old male and want to know what type of shampoo and conditioner should I use for my dry and fragile thinning hair?
Fragile hair: I recommend a panthenol based conditioner.Get a more detailed answer ›
Which shampoos, vitamins, food, or any other product are recommended for males with thinning hair?
Have been taking 1000mcg of biotin 4 a month bc of thinning hair. Noticed scalps very oily. No change in diet or shampoo. Should I stop taking it?
SLES is safe: Generally speaking, the use of sle or sles in shampoos is safe for your hair in the amounts contained in shampoos. There is no evidence that these chemicals which act as both detergents and surfactants harm your hair or your scalp. ...Read more
Know a Shampoos with a pH 4.5-5.5? Need an organic one to clean scalp without damaging frontal thinning hair. Have some itchy scalp/dandruff&pimples
Those are tough req.: Why not treat the cause, not the symptoms? With itchy scalp, dandruff, pimples & frontal thinning in a 22 YO, you need more than a shampoo to help you! Work with your doctor or integrative doctor to see how you need to balance your stressors, diet, life, microbiome gut health that would clear up your scalp in a jiffy! Get some food allergy panels done (non-RAST or IgE, but delayed sensitivity.) ...Read more
Hairfall. Dry and thin hair. Split ends. Dry weather. How to get healthy soft hair? . Any special shampoo name? Really tensed.
Keep trying!: There really is not a specific shampoo to recommend but look for these ingredients which seem to be healthier for hair: glycerin, protective barrier to hair follicles; nut & seed oils (jojoba, shea); acidic ingredients (sodium citrate/citric acid) helps keep right pH; panthenol, a form of vitamin B helps retain moisture. Avoid these: sulfates, isopropyl alcohol, formaldehyde, propylene glycol. ...Read more
Do really the shampoos & the conditioners help the thin hair grow healthy or they harm the hair with their chemicals?
Sir/mam I have a hair fall problem and I have very dry and thin hair. I used olive oil and garnier shampoo. Plzz advice me a best shampoo & oil.?
Possible thyroid: You need to have your thyroid gland checked to make sure that it is not under active. Also a screening test for autoimmune disorders might be of benefit. ...Read more
Hi I am sunitha, I have hair thinning, I feel I will go bald very soon. Can you please tell me what to do. I am using foltene shampoo and trichorganics?
Alopecia?: There is a condition called alopecia which causes the hair to fall out. This is different from male pattern baldness which is genetic and not a disorder. It can be in patches or the entire body. A dermatologist can tell you if you have alopecia (an autoimmune disorder) and treat it. Peace and good health. ...Read more
What's are some good shampoo's for manual hair loss and thinning? I've been using dr. Bronners. I think it caused the problem and brushing with nylon.
Anaphase: There is an excellent new shampoo for thinning hair that my patients love. It is from the company called glytone and the name of the shampoo is anaphase revitalizing cream shampoo. It is only available through drs offices but I'm sure you can find it on line. ...Read more
Hair loss/thinning is happening at a fast rate, more hair comes out easier every day. Receding hairline. Best course of action? Supplements, shampoo
Hair loss: 35 M f San Fran asks hair line receding. What do I do? ANS: 1. Choose different grandparents. 2. Note u have HTN. Ask your Dr to give you oral Minoxidil for BP. But be prepared for hair to grow every where but where u want it. 3. Accept your family Hx which you cannot change yet. 4. Waste money on untested hair restoration products. Search PUBMED for trials of hair restoration. ...Read more
Can lice shampoo if left on to long cause perminate hair thinning and hair loss? On a 26 year old and a 3 year old little girl? My whole head of hair is damaged after using lice treatment and straightening my hair the next day.
THINK: Hair straightening is notorious for damaging hair. The hair becomes brittle and breaks off. It will still grow back. If you must use a "relaxer" be very careful. ...Read more
Minoxidl: Minoxidl grows hair in most women and about one third of men, but it has no effect on dht. Finasterode orally blocks Dht in men and works on about 62 per cent after about 2-3 months, with maximum results at about one year. ...Read more
There are NO: Vitamins that will help with thinning hair. Check w/your doctor about possible causes. ...Read more
There is no "natural remedy" but you have two choices.
1: See your hair stylist for advice and help.
2: If that does not work out please see a Dermatologist (skin doctor). ...Read more
Have thinning hair all I want is an opinion of what you think of the FDA approved hair max light therapy comb. Would it work? Thank you
No: Just because a hokey device advertises that is FDA approved does not mean anyone believes it does anything. Get your thinning hair evaluated and especially be sure you are not hypothyroid. Best of luck finding a treatable cause. Try the magic comb if Yu can afford it by do not get your hopes up. ...Read more
Aside from androgenetic alopecia, what is/are the most common cause (s) of thinning hair in younger, premenopausal women? How are they treated?
Alopecia: This is a tough question as there are still a number of possibilities causes. The most common cause is a genetic thinning, but traction alopecia, scalp dermatitis, iron deficiency or thyroid disease, alopecia areata (diffuse type), and telogen effluvium are also seen. Some of these causes can also be almost as common. I suggest evaluation by a dermatologist for an accurate diagnosis. ...Read more
Will my thinning hair since miscarriage go back to normal? Is there anything I can do to slow down the thinning hair, miscarriage and losing hair!
Telogen effluvium: The most likely cause of your hair loss is this reversible condition. Essentially, the hair follicles, which continually grow and fall out, become synchronized so that large amounts of hair fall out at the same time. Eventually, these follicles should revert to random cycles and your hair will return to its usual thickness. Otherwise, get your thyroid and testosterone levels checked. ...Read more
I am female 27 years old. About a year ago I started notice thinning hair from my sideburns and all my frontal. I feel a burning sensation on my side?
I would: See a dermatologist or a rheumatologist for an evaluation of the problem. ...Read more
Get checked: To make sure it isn't your thyroid gland not working properly or other hormone imbalance, get checked by a doc. You can also try biotin which is an otc supplement or rogaine (minoxidil) if it looks like male pattern baldness. Keeping your body healthy and less stressed can also help (eat healthy, exercise regularly, don't smoke, drink alcohol 1-2 drinks per day or less). ...Read more
Often runs in families
have md check thyroid lab tests. ...Read more
Seek cause: If this is male pattern baldness, your choices are medication, surgery, or embracing your masculinity and genetic heritage. 95% of good looks for a man is physical fitness, and where he does and does not have hair is really a non-issue -- ask photoguy. If your loss is due to hypothyroidism, telogen effluvium, or fungus, it's treatable; alopecia areata less so. ...Read more