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What is the dosage of androanagen for hair fall problem?

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Hello mam, You had given me the below mentioned suggestion for hair fall, but i have a confusion that the oral hair supplement "androanagen" has to be taken once in a day before food or after food? Hi XXXXXXX Thanks for writing to us. From the description provided, you could be having male pattern baldness. It is characterised by hair loss from front, sifes and centre of scalp. In my opinuon, you may apply minoxidil 5 percent 1 ml twice in a day and take a an oral hair supplement like androanagen daily. It contains vitamins, minerals and aminoacids good for hair growth. As you have an oily scalp, use ketoconazole salicylic acid based shampoo every alternate days. Usually the above prescription should be followed for three to four months to see response. Hope this helped. Take care
Posted Sat, 15 Feb 2014 in Skin Hair and Nails
Answered by Dr. Kalpana Pathak 38 hours later
Brief Answer: Once in day, after meal. Detailed Answer: Hi XXXXXXX Thanks for writing back. Take androanagen once daily after meals. Take medicines prescribed by your doctor after meals unless mentioned otherwise. Take care
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