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There are only 2 FDA-approved medications for androgenic alopecia.  They are Minoxidil and Finasteride.  How do they act to treat androgenic alopecia?  Minoxidil seems to lengthen the anagen phase, the hair growing phase, thus restoring hair growth and limiting androgenic alopecia.  It also claims to induce hair growth by supplying the hair follicles with more blood. 

Finasteride is only used for men as it may induce fetal deformities.  It works by reducing the effects of androgenic alopecia and sometimes even helps with hair regrowth.  Minoxidil is normally available over the counter at pharmacies, but Finasteride is obtainable on prescription only. These products come in a variety of forms, as creams or foams, and will be sold at retail outlets under their makers names. Ask your doctor or pharmacist if you are in doubt. Application is normally twice a day for several weeks, though the results will not be detectable for several months.

Other methods to treat androgenic alopecia are not medicine-oriented.  You can opt for hair transplants or hair weaving as a solution to  androgenic alopecia.   Another alternative to treat androgenic alopecia is scalp reduction.  This might result in noticeable scarring though.

Hair loss is a potential side effect of chemotherapy

Hair loss is a potential side effect of chemotherapy. Jessica Smith, who was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2015, talks about her experience with chemotherapy and describes how the hair loss affected her. Also, an expert gives advice on how to cope with hair loss and where to find support. see http://www.nhs.uk/Conditions/Hair-loss/Pages/Treatment.aspx

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