by Twunk1, 02.02.2016
On October 1, 2005, after 11 months of continuous daily use, Mark threw away his last pill, unable to tolerate the increasingly severe side effects that he says had begun to include panic attacks and depression.
by forestwow, 23.01.2016
But these medications must be checked against side effects and reactions before being brought in regular use. Often when we loose our hair, we attempt to camouflage the loss but frequently utilize hairstyles that make the problem worse. If this happens, it's best to choose hairstyles that put less pressure on hair roots.
by piotrzu19, 07.02.2016
On minoxidil resistance, misunderstanding, minoxidil will help restore the hair follicles, again in about two years (sometimes years) to grow thicker hair, more than this time, minoxidil to Seoul will continue to help hair remain in the growing season, the new long hair will be thicker, and longer growing season to maintain, however, because most patients do not see in a few years a significant sustained improvement. I agree everyone should at least try Finasteride to see if they experience side effects, personally I tried it and it gave me side effects even taking 14th of a pill, I also tried avodart and wow that REALLY gave me side effects, it gave me retrograde ejaculation, some ppl are just sensitive to androgen suppressors, if you are then your best bet is to stay away from anything that suppresses your androgens, your hair loss may suffer from this though. Ideal surgical candidates for hair transplantation are those women with high hair-density in the donor site over the occipital scalp and extensive hair loss or thinning of the frontal scalp ( Olsen et al 2005 ).