Can minoxidil be used to treat chronic telogen effluvium in a 21 year old male? With good results/regrowth? Trigger is difficult
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Minoxidil and telogen effluvium
Yes, the mechanism of action for minoxidil is such that with consistent use of at least 4-6 months, it will encourage follicular growth.
Hair Loss Stress-Hair Loss Treatments-Prp and Progesterone, Hair Transplant
Sure you can start Minoxidil, but a combination approach will give you better results. I recommend a consultation with a hair loss expert to go over your condition and options. PRP and progesterone injections are also good options and/or hair transplantation. See an expert. Best, Dr. Emer
CTE in 21 year old male
CTE is not an easy problem to treat and although minoxidil is the only medication used, it is often not very effective. Make sure that you do not have genetic balding
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