Minoxidil review for women

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  • #426

    Xanthus
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    I have been using minoxidil for 3 months now and haven’t seen any improvement at all. I must say that I am regretting buying this, and realizing i will have to spend money on this for the rest of my life if i want to keep my hair thick is dumb, because i had no results except massive shedding.

    anyone else had a better experience?

    #427

    akhil rbz
    Participant

    never tried it but i heard just as many good things and bad things about it, so that’s why i stay clear unless i know for sure what im getting myself into.

    #429

    Dan
    Keymaster

    thank you for the review, you can stop using minoxidil slowly, and increase scalp massage, i find that it helps detox from it faster, and prevents a bigger shed and loss of hair because of increase circulation.

    #430

    Xanthus
    Participant

    thank you guys, i will try to do the scalp massage.

    #432

    Dan
    Keymaster

    your welcome. just make sure you do at least 30 minutes a day, and slowly use less minoxidil after 30 days and keep doing it.

    #443

    Annissa
    Participant

    Minoxidil did help me and I continued use for quite a bit. Stopped my excessive clumps of hair falling (which I later realised was from a hormone condition).

    Actually the only reason I stopped was not because it was ineffective but from the side effects . Just not worth it for me; caused really intense itching and dandruff, made me dizzy and nauseous sometimes.

    #444

    Xanthus
    Participant

    Well I stopped using that a while back anyway and I’m not going to try haha

    #445

    Tayla Sales
    Participant

    Those symptoms are very normal, there can be excessive shedding of hair in the first few months of usage. I had that too but goes away after a while

    #446

    tina
    Participant

    How long were you using it for?

    #447

    Xanthus
    Participant

    About 3-4 weeks before I stopped @Tina

    #448

    tina
    Participant

    I don’t think that’s enough time to get over the initial shedding period :(

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