Can any medicine prevent hair loss?

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  1. sneha2001 profile image56
    sneha2001posted 9 years ago

    Can any medicine prevent hair loss?

    My brother is suffering from hair loss. Is any one here who knows how to prevent them to loss.

  2. Maddie Ruud profile image75
    Maddie Ruudposted 9 years ago

    You can help to prevent or slow the progress of hair loss in a natural, healthy way by taking daily vitamins and herb supplements, and using aromatherapy massage to stimulate new growth. read more

  3. bphealthblog profile image38
    bphealthblogposted 9 years ago

    Yes it can almost all medicine out there in the US contain ingredients to cause massive hair to fall out. But if you need to take the medicine for other medical purposes then just add a multivitamin to each meal daily because medicine is taking away all your nutrients.

  4. kamagrabuy profile image59
    kamagrabuyposted 9 years ago

    You need to oil your hair twice a week.
    Eat sea food good for hair.
    Use olive oil for hari massage.
    Drink lots of water.

  5. edguider profile image67
    edguiderposted 9 years ago

    I use tomatoes once a week. Just type in tomatoes for hair loss in google and you should find a few good tips. I just slice up tomatoes mix it with water and use it as shampoo once a week. It has actually helped my hair grow back were it needed it.

  6. pisco profile image61
    piscoposted 9 years ago

    You can use minoxidil as it is prescribed in hair clinics, just don't expect great results from it, it is really just for reducing hair loss, not growing back lost hair.

    On the other hand you can also use a derma roller while applying the minoxidil, that will potenciate the medicine effect and stimulate the skin to produce ticker hair because of the collagen induction tretament.

    I wrote a hub about this at http://hubpages.com/hub/Derma-Roller-Reviews

  7. savingmyhair profile image38
    savingmyhairposted 8 years ago

    First you should know if it is androgenetic alopecia ( the common hair loss) or if there another type. If is Androgenetic alopecia there are a lot of forums ( like hairlossforum.com, hairsite.com, etc ) where he can get help.

  8. danielowen profile image55
    danielowenposted 8 years ago

    Proscalpin is supposed to treat male baldness in adult men with mild-to-moderate hair loss. It reduces hair loss and also increases hair growth.

  9. theindianblues profile image63
    theindianbluesposted 8 years ago

    Use 'Thanda thanda cool cool Himani Nav Ratan Tale'

  10. regrowhair profile image57
    regrowhairposted 8 years ago

    There are a number of drugs currently available to treat hair loss. The most popular, Minoxidil (commonly known as Rogaine or Loniten) is a clear solution that is applied directly to the scalp thus reinvigorating hair follicles to stimulate growth. Rogaine was introduced to the market in 1988, and initially, was available only by prescription. After eight successful years, the regular strength solution was released for sale over-the-counter in 1996. Another drug that has been successful is stimulating the regrowth of hair in men is Propecia. The drug, which is administered in pill form, blocks the formation of dihydrotestosterone (DHT) in a man’s scalp. The level of DHT increases in men with male pattern baldness, and blocking further elevation actually stimulates hair regrowth.

  11. profile image32
    Ammyidmposted 8 years ago

    Proscalpin 1mg with active ingredient finasteride is used for treating hair loss. You can find more details on this drug at this blog - http://blog.internationaldrugmart.com/i … hair-loss/

  12. PMS9 profile image71
    PMS9posted 8 years ago

    I'm also suffering from hair fall. Dermatitis  doctor advices me to apply Minokem 5% medicine to scalp everyday (2ml) in night before sleep to prevent my hair loss and regrowth of new hair.

  13. curiousx profile image59
    curiousxposted 7 years ago

    I observed that on the days I face a lot of stress and anger, I lose lot of hair. On days that give less stress, I almost see no hair loss. Again, this is only my observation, may vary from person to person.

    I started to control my stress and anger. Also stopped worrying when some one gives a pitied look on my hair while talking to me. I started to play cool and I am less worried about my hair now. Again, this is not a medicine, but try if less worry can help. After all, worrying about it is really bad.

    The above is not a medicine, but can certainly be an extra effort apart from the medicines that can bring positive results.

    Hair loss depends on age too. Hair starts ageing generally after 20. If his age is more than 20, say him that's not un-natural and ask him to stop worrying.

  14. profile image51
    watson mariaposted 5 years ago

    As per my knowledge White Lotus(www.whitelotusantiaging.co.uk) Hair loss pack combines the scientifically proven science of micro needling with natural hair loss remedies to aid alopecia, female hair loss and male pattern baldness.

  15. Ehealth Tip profile image57
    Ehealth Tipposted 4 years ago

    21 Ways to Prevent Hair Loss!....................http://www.ehealthytip.com/2014/05/21-ways-to-prevent-hair-loss.html

 
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