I am in a very similar situation as Kristi, although I think I’ve lost closer to 50-60% of my hair. I’m heartbroken. Initially my OBGYN, endocrinologist, dermatologist, and several friends assured me it was related to having recently had a baby. I lost so much hair over 9-10 more months by believing the false sense of security they gave me. Finally saw a Trichologist and I do have confirmed diffuse loss, plus DHT buildup. No new hairs are growing from those that shed. The problem is I am still breastfeeding my infant… so many treatments are not recommended for me, and many supplements have to be investigated. I’ve seen some things like Saw Palmetto, etc. are reportedly not compatible with nursing. The peel seems like it would be fine but I’m hesitant to dive head first into the rest of the program. Little one is resisting cups and bottles of cow’s milk so I’m a bit stuck. Any thoughts here?
A hair regrowth treatment needs time to show results. When trying a new natural hair growth treatment consider hair needs at least 2-3 month to regain strength and start growing back again. Depending on your body or the type of hair loss experienced, a hair growth treatment should be continued even after the hair starts to grow;
Most common hair growth treatments include topical solutions with Procapil, Nanoxidil or Minoxidil, hair transplants, laser hair growth treatment and stem cell therapy;
The type of hair fall you have determines also the type of hair growth treatment you should use. That is why it’s always recommended to visit a doctor before choosing the right hair growth treatment.
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Minoxidil was discovered in the 1980s. While being tested for other purposes, scientists noticed the drug’s mysterious power to regrow hair. Scientifically speaking, Minoxidil is an antihypertensive vasodilator . The drug has been proven to slow and/or stop the loss of hair and has been known to promote regrowth in some cases. Minoxidil is an over-the-counter medication most often used by those suffering from the most common cause of baldness: androgenic alopecia (AKA male pattern baldness ). Applied directly to the scalp twice per day, this medication is FDA-approved and appropriate for use by both men and women.