Monday, April 2, 2012

Hair Loss Treatment For Young & Adults

HAIR LOSS TREATMENT ROGAINE FOR WOMEN HEREDITARY HAIR LOSS TREATMENT


This booklet has been written to answer some common questions about ROGAINE®, but it does not contain all the information available.If you have any concerns, you should talk to your doctor or pharmacist who have more information. This booklet does not take the place of talking to your doctor or pharmacist. Read this booklet carefully before you start to use ROGAINE®. Keep the booklet because you may want to read it again. It is important to remember that ROGAINE® For Women is a PHARMACY MEDICINE.


What is ROGAINE®?

ROGAINE® is a solution that is to be used only on your scalp. It contains the active ingredient minoxidil in a mixture of alcohol, propylene glycol and water.

What ROGAINE® is used for & how it works

HAIR LOSS TREATMENTROGAINE® is used as a long-term treatment for common baldness. ROGAINE® is not a cure for baldness, but in some men and women it can improve hair regrowth. However, exactly how ROGAINE® works is not known

How effective is ROGAINE® in regrowing hair?


It is important for you to understand that ROGAINE® does not work well in all people, and how well it works depends on a number of things. Your pharmacist or doctor can best decide whether you are likely to respond to treatment with ROGAINE®. You should discuss what results you might expect from treatment with ROGAINE® with your pharmacist or doctor. If you respond to treatment with ROGAINE®, your initial regrowth may at first be soft, downy hair ("vellus"), and may hardly be visible. After further treatment it is likely that your hair regrowth will change and become the same colour and thickness as the rest of your hair. Patients using ROGAINE® have reported that the loss of hair is slowed during treatment. Treatment with ROGAINE® is a long-term therapy for hair regrowth. If you respond to treatment, you will need to continue to use ROGAINE® in order to keep the new hair and also to stop additional hair loss. If you stop using ROGAINE® you will mprobably lose the hair that has already grown back. This hair loss will occur about three to four months after stopping treatment. The balding process will also start again.


Do not use ROGAINE® if:

HAIR LOSS TREATMENT• You do not have a family history of hair loss.

• Your hair loss is sudden and/or unexplained.

• Your scalp is red, inflamed, irritated, infected or painful.

• You have had an allergic reaction to ROGAINE® or any of its ingredients.

• You are under 18 or over 65 years of age.

• The expiry date (EXP) printed on the pack has passed.

• You are pregnant or breastfeeding


What should I tell my pharmacist or doctor before using  ROGAINE®?
HAIR LOSS TREATMENT

Tell your pharmacist or doctor about medical problems you have now or have had in the past. In particular, tell your pharmacist or doctor if:


• You are taking any other medicines, including medicines you have bought without a prescription from a pharmacy or a supermarket


• You have any heart problems  Some medicines may affect the way others work. Your pharmacist or doctor will be able to tell you what to do when using ROGAINE® with other medicines.



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