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The course of typical alopecia
is not predictable with a high likelihood of spontaneous remission. The longer the period of time of hair loss and the larger the area involved, the less likely the hair will regrow. Therefore, there are a variety of treatments, but none of these can confidently be predicted to impact the course of this disease.
Treatment options are Minoxidil
solution is a non-prescription medication approved for alopecia. Hair regrowth can take 8 to 12 months. Treatment is continued indefinitely because if the treatment is stopped, hair loss resumes again.
Other options like 5 alfa reductase inhibitor, anthralin, steroids can be used.
Treatment of dandruff is directed at fighting the skin inflammation
. Shampoo's containing tar, salicylic acid
, zinc pyrithione, selenium sulfide
can be helpful, All are available over the counter. You can use any of these either all of the time or just once or twice a week, depending on how severe your symptoms are.
Additional types of medication that help seborrhea are cortisone
creams and antifungal creams.
Yet again, I do hope that you have found something helpful and I will be glad to answer any further query.