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30 November, 2007

Friday

Hair loss sufferers are seeking hair loss help worldwide in order to regrow hair. But which treatments for hair loss actually work? Read this hair loss blog to read about hair loss treatments that may help you win the fight against future hair loss and maybe even regrow hair. Read More

26 November, 2007

Monday

Propecia (finasteride) works by blocking the production of 5-alpha reductase enzymes which when combined with testosterone creates dihydrotestosterone (DHT) - the hormone responsible for hereditary hair loss. Chemically speaking, Propecia starts to work right away however, it might take up to 3 months for hair loss to lessen. Read More

23 November, 2007

Friday

Currently, there are only two FDA approved hair loss treatments for Androgenetic Alopecia (hereditary hair loss) which include Propecia (finasteride) and Rogaine (minoxodil). Read this article to learn more about these hair loss medications and others that may help regrow hair. Read More

19 November, 2007

Monday

Many hair loss sufferers come to our hair restoration forum seeking hair loss help wondering which treatments work for hair loss. We all want to regrow hair however, the problem is there are so many hair loss treatments on the market, it's virtually impossible to know which one's work and which one's don't. This article will explain how to evaluate hair loss treatments for yourself in order to make a proper conclusion as to whether or not a treatment is worth considering. Read More

17 October, 2007

Wednesday

Hereditary hair loss will affect about half of the American male population. Luckily, in the past few years there have been drug treatments developed that can slow down, completely stop, or even reverse hair loss in some men. While there is still no cure for hair loss, drugs such as Propecia or Avodart have given many men hope for holding on to the hair they have and maybe even regaining some of what they lost. When considering a medicinal regimen, many hair loss sufferers find themselves asking which medication is right for them. This article will help you understand how both Propecia and Advodart inhibit the development of DHT, which acts as the active ingrediant in male pattern baldness. The relative advantages and disadvantages of these hair loss treatments will also be compared, as well as their potential side effects. Read More


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