The Use Of Drugs To Treat Bald Hair In The Middle
Alodok, I am Maulana, aged 22, has thinning hair in the middle area, is the use of Minoxidil right for me, and what are the side effects of using the drug, thanks
Hello Maulana, thank you for asking HealthReplies.com.
Let me introduce myself that Dr. Rio will answer your question.
The use of the drug Minoxidil is indeed often used in dealing with baldness / hair loss by stimulating hair growth and beards. This drug is a class of drugs that work by dilating blood vessels, thereby increasing blood flow smoothly. The dosage of using minoxidil also differs depending on sex. Men can use Minoxidil 2% or 5% by applying 1 ml to bald scalp 2 times a day. In women using Minoxidil 2% 1 ml is applied to the bald scalp 2 times a day.
Be careful when using this drug Minoxidil. Because this drug also has several side effects. We recommend that you consult with your doctor before using this drug Minoxidil. Pay attention to the danger signs that occur, stop using if symptoms occur such as:
Arises burning or irritation on the scalp smeared with these drugs.
The skin becomes dry, itchy, or reddish.
Hair loss occurs in 2-6 weeks after treatment.
Swelling in the hands and feet.
Grow hair on the face.
Complaints of headaches or headaches, palpitations, or chest pain.
That's all the answers I can give. Thank you :)