What hair loss product will slow or stop my receding hairline? I'm perimenopausal.

Hairloss. Rogaine (minoxidil) is over the counter and helps both sexes. Propecia has been shown to help men. There are some findings it may help women, but it is not normally prescribed for females.

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Could you tell me what hair loss product will slow or stop my receding hairline?

A few options. To stop a receding hairline nonsurgically the most common option is propecia, (finasteride) hair and skin vitamins will also help. Also make sure any dandruff is under control surgery is also a great option but ca be expensive. This however is permanent.
Minoxidil. Otc Minoxidil 2% is often used in addition to propecia (finasteride). Get the generic 5mg & a pill cutter to cut it into 4 pieces.

Receding hairline. What is your advice? Best product to stop, slow, hair loss?

Receding hair line. There are over the counter treatments for a receding hairline, like Minoxidil that are helpful. Since the hair loss is in a 17 year old, I would recommend a visit to a dermatologist to make sure there are no other reasons for the hair loss.
Preventing hairloss. If you are 17 and already experiencing male pattern hairloss, it is best to consider using Propecia (finasteride) and minoxidil. Be sure to discuss your health conditions and potential risks or side effects of these medicines with your primary care doctor or dermatologist.

Noticing hair loss, receding hairline. Some hairs are turning white/gray and wiry. Anything at all I can do to prevent further?

Depends on cause... One's primary care doctor can check for medical causes. If none are found, then one can see a dermatologist, especially one specializing in hair restoration (some treatments: minoxidil, finasteride, hair transplants, . ..). Medical causes may include: hormonal problems (low thyroid), seborrhea, alopecia areata, stressful illness. Other causes: genetic male/female pattern baldness, telogen effluvium.

Can you tell me if there are hair loss treatments for temple area/receding hairline?

Yes. The most common treatments are topical Minoxidil (rogaine). This is available over-the-counter. Propecia (finasteride) is a pill, and like all prescription meds, requires guidance by a doctor. Hair pieces, weaves and hair transplants are also options in selected cases.

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.