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Hair loss problem. Prescribed Morr-F lotion and zydip. What is the best medication to stop hair loss?

hi ...I am 26 years old male.I have been suffering from hair loss for last 2-3 years.Though the its just minor hair loss but I dont want to take it casual.I have conculted with one doctor he suggested my Morr-F lotion(1 ml daily in night) and Zydip(mix with regular hair oil and apply daily in morning).I want to know is it good for me
Asked On : Wed, 17 Oct 2012
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Hi, you seem to be having androgenetic alopecia or in other words male patterned baldness. Continue using morr f solution in a dose of 1ml twice in a day. kindly discontinue zydip as its a steroidal solution and shouldnt be used for a prolonged period. You can also add tab finesteride 1 mg one tab daily.The above mentioned treatment needs to be continued for prolonged period say 5 to 6 months to have desired results. Other treatment options available are scalp mesotherapy with minoxidil, platelet rich plasma and stem cell factors. It is practically a painless dermatologist supervised procedure wherein the above mentioned drugs are instilled thru microneedling technique in your scalp. One should also know that male pattern baldness is a permanent condition, it can be reversed however lifelong mainteneance treatment is required to keep your crowning glory healthy
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