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Peter J. Panagotacos, M.D.

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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.

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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. More information can be found at my website www.hairdoc.com

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Hair loss is a stressful thing to have happen to you whether man or woman. The earliest known prescription is from the Ebers Papyrus taken from medical information 5,000 years old. Of course you would have to pray to the Sun God and rub an ointment your head at the same time.

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Anthony09/15/16101010Very kind doctor and always replies
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Recent Answers from Peter J. Panagotacos, M.D.

2016-09-22 RU58841:

I remember a similar RUXXXX?  compound from when it was being touted as a hair loss treatment lotion over 25 years ago yet the product never came to market. I do not know of what adverse side effects either

2016-09-21 topical spironolactone:

I use an analog of spironolactone which is not available to you. Commonly used spironolactone lotions are 2% used twice or a 5% cream used at night. I do not use either of those and have no personal experience

2016-09-21 topical spironolactone:

Yes, Spironolactone topically does block the androgen receptor sites. I have made up a prescript lotion for my patients. Your attempt at making a similar lotion should work to help halt the advance of

2016-09-15 Bulbs - hair loss:

Even on finasteride your hairs will continue to have growth cycles with hairs transitioning from anagen to contagion and finally telogen only to start over again in the anagen phase. When the hairs get

2016-09-10 Allergic to Spironolactone - Alternatives?:

Hives are a rare allergy with spinoloactone and your GP's decision to stop if for at least two weeks is a good idea to test if it is indeed spironolactone. Two weeks is a bit early to try to judge efficacy

 

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