unmarried , tried minoxodil but no effect , in how much time can it produce effect ? and what is the dose for case of androgenic alopecia
All medications used to treat androgenetic hair loss in women require 6-9 months to determine if they will help or not. Treatment options include minoxidil 2 % or 5%, spironolactone (100-200 mg daily), low level laser therapy, and platelet rich plasma. Many treatments, especially minoxidil and spironolactone, can not be used by women who may become pregnant or who presently are pregnant.
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