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what are the medicines to regrow hair in bald area?

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what is the medicines to regrow hair in bald area?
Posted Tue, 20 Aug 2013 in Beauty
Answered by Dr. Irshad H Naqvi 1 hour later

Welcome to the board of Health care magic.

Dear I m sorry to say that there is no effective medicine to regrow your hairs.

Some vitamins like Calcium Pantothenate and Biotin are of some help in preventing the fall and regrowing.

Some local intradermal injection of steroids are helpful in regrowing the hairs of patients of alpecia areata

Massage of the scalp increases the blood circulation and this may also be of some help.

Hair transplants are giving some satisfactorily results.

Always keep your hairs infection/ dandruff free.

Hope your query is answered.


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Follow-up: what are the medicines to regrow hair in bald area? 17 hours later
so what i ll do for regrow hair in bald area?i used both minoxidil and it helpful for regrow hair?if yes then in hw many days i hv to used it?
Answered by Dr. Irshad H Naqvi 10 hours later
Hi dear

I have already told you about the minimal response of these medicines. There are no time limit, you may have to continue for long time.

Hair transplant by any cosmetologist/plastic surgeon is of some help.

More clarification is welcome.
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