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Fighting Hair Loss with a Premier Hair Loss Drug

Fighting Hair Loss with a Premier Hair Loss Drug

Fighting Hair Loss with a Premier Hair Loss Drug
Assuming that instead of relying on dubious Internet advice you first seek out the help of your physician when you notice more hair in the sink or comb in the mornings than in times past,

you will be asked to undergo a complete physical examination. Assuming also that all checks out well and there are no illnesses which could account for your hair loss,

the odds are good that you doctor will discuss hair loss treatment options with your. Before long, she or he will most likely mention the hair loss drug Rogaine,

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which contains as its active ingredient minoxidil. Unlike all the other tinctures, faddish claims and treatments, fighting male or female hair loss with a premier

hair loss drug such as Rogaine has the advantage of dealing with a substance that has won the approval of the Food and Drug Administration.

This promises a certain level of safety to those who are seeking a remedy for the loss of hair but who at the same time do not want to be taken advantage of by unscrupulous marketers who are more interested in lining their pockets than looking out for your safety.

Rogaine with minoxidil is a hair system that may be utilized by men and women, differentiating it from many other substances currently on sale, which are usually made for men and where the safety and even efficiency in treating female hair loss has not been completely studied.

As an alternative to hair transplantation, the topical application of this premier hair loss drug promises good results, provided you follow the instructions to the letter and do not give up the treatment even after you have had quite a bit of success.

The methodology of its attack on dormant follicles begins with an increase of the blood flow to the scalp. This is accomplished by dilating the blood vessels in this area.

In turn, the added blood supply will reestablish hair growing patterns for the thus far dormant follicles and as the hair begins to once again grow,

users of the hair loss drug will notice that bald areas are beginning to fill in nicely and before long the new and the still apparent hair are blending in.

In some cases there have been reports of even faster hair growth, while in others the hair growth is compared to the average growth patterns previously observed in warm weather.

Even as this hair loss drug is not considered a bona fide medical hair restoration solution, it would be wise for you to check in with your doctor once in a while.

Like many other medications, minoxidil contained in Rogaine was discovered quite by accident when patients participating in clinical trials for a substance that was to help with high blood pressure showed the interesting side effect of growing hair.

Yet since it is a drug and even though the reports of side effects are few and far between, making sure your doctor checks your blood pressure and other vitals every so often is a good idea.

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Forum For Your Hair Loss Questions

Forum For Your Hair Loss Questions

Please add to this hair loss forum at your leisure. Your questions and comments could help you and other frustrated people experiencing the same hair loss problems. Read through comments, questions, and responses in the hair loss forum before posting. You may find the answer to your question before you ask it.

Question: I noticed my hair has been thinning out over the past several months. At first I thought it was just stress because I have been stressed out about having my first baby and raising her and I’ve been struggling with whether or not I’ll be a good parent. Anyway, this hair loss seems to be pretty extreme for being stress related. Am I wrong? Could it be stress related hair loss? -Mindy

Response: Mindy, I was in the same situation as you just after I had my son. The hair you are experiencing is normal following pregnancies. I’m not sure why, but I believe it has something to do with hormones. I stopped losing my hair within a few months and it grew back normally shortly thereafter. So don’t worry, you aren’t balding. Hope this helps. –Georgia

Question: I am going to be undergoing chemotherapy in a few weeks. I really don’t want anyone to know that I am losing my hair. I know sometimes toupees don’t look natural. What is the best way to mask this? Sincerely, Frank

Response: I got fitted for my wig before I lost my hair. I found that they were able to match my look better by seeing me in person with my natural hair. I think the name of the place was Tiffany wigs, but I’m not a hundred percent sure because it has been a few years. I would do a search on the internet to find a place near you that will do a fitting before you begin treatment.

Question: Has anyone had any luck with any of these herbal hair loss remedies. I ordered away for some mousse/vitamin combo pack. I can’t wait for it to come in the mail. Any day now. I’m hoping it will work, but I was wondering if anyone has tried it.

Response: I have tried every remedy in the book for hair loss. All of those herbal remedies included. Nothing has worked. I’m still bald. But maybe it will work for you. Good luck, Nate.

Question: Has anyone gone through with this surgical hair transplantation? Does it hurt a lot?

Response: I had the surgery about a year and a half ago. I highly recommend it. The only discomfort I felt was when they were anesthetizing my scalp before the procedure began but that’s only because I didn’t elect to have conscious sedation because I didn’t have a ride home. If I had gotten the conscious sedation ( “twilight sleep”) it would have been painless. And I got a few headaches in the following days. Other than that, it was a smooth experience. Go for it!

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