Hair Loss Medication

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Medicines for hair loss can slow thinning of hair and increase coverage of the scalp by growing new hair and enlarging existing hairs. But they need to be taken regularly. If you stop the medicine, hair loss returns. Read More

Medication is designed to treat a variety of health conditions, but sometimes they can have unwanted side effects – including changes to your hair. Certain medicines can contribute to excess hair growth, changes in hair colour or texture, or even hair loss. Read More

Learn more about these hair loss medications by clicking on the icons to the right and reading information on each medication. Read More

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Most people normally shed 50 to 100 hairs a day. But with about 100,000 hairs in the scalp, this amount of hair loss shouldn’t cause noticeable thinning of the scalp hair. As people age, hair tends to gradually thin. Read More

Hair loss and hair thinning can be scary and frustrating. In my dermatology practice I see many female patients whose hair is thinning. But what causes hair loss in women? Read More

If you’re hair has started to thin and you’re afraid that you could be headed for significant hair loss, there are a number of treatments available to you but the secret is in knowing which ones are worth your while. Read More

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I’ll just get right into it. I’m a 22 year old American who has been on Prozac for 4 years since my dad died in 2010. Last fall I was having some anxiety problems and it was decided between myself, my school psychiatrist, and my therapist that adding a new medication into the mix might help. Read More