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Hair loss. Side effects of diane 35? Alternate medicine? doctor prescribed diane 35 for my hair loss .I search in google and now i am really afraid.90 percent of people who had used diane, were not satisfied and they said that, when they stop using diane,their hair loss were back again.please help me with this nightmare.i dont want to loss my hair like my father and my ther a better medicine to avoid hair loss?
Asked On : Sun, 3 Jun 2012
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Hi...dear solmaz..,
Thanks for choosing HCM..,
Diane 35....This medication contains a combination of two ingredients: cyproterone and ethinyl estradiol. Cyproterone belongs to a group of medications known as antiandrogens. Ethinyl estradiol belongs to a group of medications known as estrogens. Together, they are used to treat certain types of acne and hairloss in women. This medication works by regulating hormones that affect the skin....,But for better rresults..,
go for...Tab..Biotin 10 mg daily for 2 months..,
Apply Minoxidil will give better results..,

Answered: Thu, 7 Jun 2012
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