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Michael S. Fisher, Ph.D., M.D.

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published over 50 articles on the subject.

Peter J. Panagotacos, M.D.

U.S.
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I have 30 years experience in the field of medical and surgical Hair Restoration and am Board Certified in Dermatology and Hair Restoration Surgery.

John Nikolaou

Canada
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Questions Pertaining to Hair Loss; Hair Growth Rates; Unwanted Hair and most Hair related issues, for both men and women. Issues that pertain to causes, possible solutions, etc.

Melanie Vonzabuesnig

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Female hair loss is my main focus. Women today are very susceptible to several types of hair loss including telogen effluvium, alopecia areata, and androgenetic alopecia. I can answer questions about the causes and types of female hair loss. I can share information about natural holistic remedies to improve female hair loss conditions.

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2016-12-01 Hair loss:

The normal growth cycle of hairs are the active Anagen growth phase which is 1 cm / month for about 4 to 6 years then the Catagen phase where the hair stops growing lasting  26 weeks and finally the Telogen

2016-11-27 Propecia/Prosar:

No, I have not see loss due to taking more finasteride. I think the reason there are reports of increased loss in the first month when taking finasteride or use of minoxidil is that patients expect hair

2016-11-27 Propecia/Prosar:

People think that just because they are on finasteride all hair loss will stop. In the studies done for the FDA they found 85% stopped losing hair but that means there are 15% who will continue to lose

2016-11-26 Please help Continued hair loss after using 5% Minoxidil for 4 months:

The medications you are on are the ones I would consider best for treating Androgenetic Alopecia in womne.  Cyproterone Acetate and Spironolactone are the best medications in blocking the Testosterone

2016-11-24 Alopecia areata regrowth:

Alopecia Areata is unpredictable in how it will behave. You have developed an allergic reaction to your own hairs and are rejecting them. The cortisone injections are a way of blocking that reaction until

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