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Will Mintop improve hair growth?

Hi I am sam, I am using Mintop 5% from ranbaxy company, I also used the Minoxidil gel(fem) daily in the morning and solution during night for almost 4 months. My hair growth was good but later on hair started to fall and it prevailed even after applying the medicine. So because of that I shaved my head, and consulted doctor he prescribed Mintop 10% during night & mintop 5% in the morning. Now there are small areas where there is less hairs other areas got thick hairs, so applying the above medicine(mintop 10% & 5%) will improve ?
Asked On : Tue, 24 Jul 2012
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Hi yes mintop increses hair growth .but it should be used for longer time.if it is combined use of finax 1mg daily once hair growth occurs faster.use of supplements lie biotin.iron folic acid and calcium panthothenate increses the hair thing for sure mintop helps hair growth if it androgenic or alopecia areata
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