21 y/o male diagnosed with chronic telogen effluvium. Should I start rogaine (2-5%) until I can resolve the trigger? (photos)
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Chronic TE in 21 M
True chronic telogen effluvium is rare in men 21 years of age. Acute telogen effluvium or back to back acute telogen effluvium is possible and so is male pattern balding that mimics telogen effluvium. Chronic idiopathic telogen effluvium is rare in 21 year old men. I would encourage you to see a hair specialists.
If you have hair loss and would like a treatment options, see a doctor for a proper examination. Your doctor can give you
If you have hair loss and would like a treatment options, see a doctor for a proper examination. Your doctor can give you a better assessment and a treatment plan.
chronic telogen effluvium
%5 minox may help you but more important please stay away from your accused stress. After you get ride off any kind of stress that causes hair loss and posibility of AGA you may start to appropriate treatment.
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