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Used Minoxidil. Lost scalp hairs. Have chest pain and Vitiligo. Solution?

lasat year i used minoxidil hair spray for few months as side effect i lost too much hairs got hairs instead on face ears and unwanted regions my chest is pains it sso stiff and tight and spots of vitilgo had apeared on my back and on my neck and eye bows i have left minoxidil since last six months but still my chest pains its very stiff and the vitligo spots are increasing tell me the simple best cure
Asked On : Tue, 19 Mar 2013
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welcome to healthcare magic forum
minoxidil is us -fda approve for hair loss ,in some patient we can not find good result .
it is vasodilator drug and not advisable to take in patient with heart problem
side effect and effect of it are reversible ,once you stop medicine ,in 4-6 months all effects are gone usually .
so i do not think your problems are due to minoxidil only
better to consult doctor and get yourself examined
i hope i answered your question
Answered: Wed, 20 Mar 2013
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