I have done transplant and I don't want to use finasteride; what are other good options to use instead?
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Finasteride use after Hair Transplant
If you do not want to use finasteride, then don't. Just let your doctor know what you want to do.
I don't want to use finasteride
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Finasteride and minoxidil are the mainstays of treatment for male pattern hairloss. Other things that may helps include biotin can help, Viviscal (another vitamin supplement), low level laser therapy, PRP, spironolactone (for woman only). Many of these are not FDA approved for hairloss but may have anecdotal evidence or small case studies to support their use in hairloss. With all therapies, you have to weigh the risk and the benefit and pick the one(s) that are right for you. Medical Thearpy is a very important part of maintaining your hair as you age if you are suffering with male patter hairloss.
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