Query by Ang: Can changing your shampoo also frequently end result in hair loss?
I listened to somewhere that if you modify what manufacturer of shampoo that you use [too usually] you can commence dropping your hair… Is that true?
Solution by patty mayonaise
I certainly never ever read that before. I often believed that switching it up was very good for your hair. Whoever stated that … who knows what kinda shampoo they use.
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Been on minoxidil ( R0gaine® ) for about a year and a half and have not seen even the smallest amount of regrowth that i almost fell into depression.
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These are the side effects of some common drugs for hair loss treatment :
Minoxidil : Cause a fall in blood pressure, an increase in the heart rate, and weight gain (fluid retention)
Propecia : May cause birth defects in male baby’s sex organs if taken by women. Also, potentially irreversible side effects occurring in the group of people taking the drug are erectile dysfunction, ejaculation disorder (decreased volume of ejaculate) and low libido.