Treating Hair Loss With Medications
Hair Loss Treatment Options
A list of hair loss treatment options for men and women.
There are a number of medications for hair loss which can slow thinning of hair and increase coverage of your scalp by growing new hair and enlarging existing hairs.
An option that is available without a prescription and is spayed or robbed into the scalp twice a day. There are a few products which contain Minoxidil, we suggest going with Provillus.
Better known as (Propecia) which is available with a prescription only. It is taken once a day in a pill form. While Propecia might work for men it does have its downside. A Medical Products Agency is investigating a possibility of Finasteride (Propecia) causing irreversible sexual side effects. Until that medical report is released we do not suggest you take this product.
While men who are not worried about sexual side effects can enjoy the benefits of Propecia women cannot use it. Studies have found that Finasteride does not have the ability to regrow hair in women. It is also noted that women should not even try to use this product as it causes birth defects in unborn babies.
Ointments and or creams which are applied to the scalp. There is very little evidence that they cause hair regrowth.
Other Treatment Options
- Hair Laser Comb.
A more recent product that was released into the market with much hype has unfortunately been criticized by many of its users. Although there is not much evidence that this product actually works we will never really know until a medical agency does tests to prove otherwise.
What To Think About
Unfortunately there is no medical miracle for hair loss which works for everyone. Some people choose to treat hair loss with meds and some wear hairpieces (wigs or toupees) or use different hair styling (combing or dyeing). The approach you use depends on the cause of your problem. Some feel they need treatment while others are not concerned by thinning hair or baldness.
Our Medical Suggestion
The only medical option that has been backed up by medical research would have to be Minoxidil & Finasteride (Propecia). Due to the unknown with Propecia & its sexual causing issues we would have to suggest that if you were to try anything it would have to be Minoxidil. When looking for your solution make sure that the company selling it offers a money back program as the Minoxidil doesn't work for everyone. We have found that the company www.Provillus.com offers a 180 day money back guarantee and may be your best bet.
New Hair Loss Articles
- Vitamins Prevent Hair Loss
- The Different Types of Hair Loss
- Stress is Causing Hair Loss in Many Women
- Tight Turbans Causing Hair Loss in Sikh Men
- How Hair Loss Changes Behavior
- Best Foods to Help Prevent Hair Loss
- Genetic Test for Hair Loss
- Hair Loss Treatment Options for Women
- Do Lasers Work for Regrowing Hair?
- Which Hair Loss Solutions are the Most Effective?