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Some simple baldness treatments is to take lots of Vitamin D. Vitamin D can be found in many foods such as fish, salmon, eggs, and lots of other nourishing foods.


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Yes, there are several treatments for thinning hair, depending on the cause. For certain types of male pattern baldness, laser combs have been shown to be effective at slowing hair loss. There are also certain prescription medications that offer some protection against male pattern baldness, if taken before significant amounts of hair have been lost.-- ask your doctor about them.

There are several homemade acne treatments you can try. Putting toothpaste on a pimple will take away the redness.

Male pattern baldness is a condition caused by free testosterone being converted into DHT. This causes the hair follicles in some men to shrink and the hair to fall out. Some drugs, such as Minoxidil and Finasteride, have been used successfully to stop hair loss. Unfortunately, if you stop taking them, the hair loss will begin again.

There are many different types of treatment that combat baldness. A common over the counter treatment is minoxidil, or Rogaine, which is rubbed into the scalp twice a day. There are also some prescription medications and surgical options.

No. Baldness is genetic, most known treatments involve medication, surgery or other similar procedures.

Baldness is the state or quality of being bald.

Professional treatments are usually enough after just one visit and following some simple steps for at home care.

No you can not cure baldness. The only method is hair transplant.

No; baldness and hairiness are not directly correlated.

The gene for baldness is inherited from the mother .

The most common treatments include taking sildenafil which is more commonly known as Viagra or tadalafil which is more commonly known as Cialas. Other treatments could be as simple as losing weight or as complex as psychotherapy. The best solution is to see your doctor.

Alopecia is the medical root word for baldness. Baldness refers to the condition of having no hair on top of the head.

alopeciaAlopeciaAlopeciaAlopecia is commonly known as baldness.The scientific or medical term for baldness is alopecia.

how might the gene for baldness be transmitted

It is achemical produced by the body that some say has something to do with baldness.

There are a number of good laser treatments for varicose veins. One can get either simple laser treatment or endovenous treatment. One can get this treatment from 'The Vein Institute' or 'VenaCure EVLT'.

Cancer does not cause baldness!!! When you are affected with cancer you have to have many different treatments, one includes something called chemotherapy which involves administering drugs which cause the dropping out of hair.. that is why even before doing this, the doctor shaves your head. So as you can see, it is not an effect of cancer it is something that is involved in treating it.

Baldness can be treated by taking medication such as Propecia or Regaine or scalp surgery. Wearing a wig is also an option for treating baldness that does not involve medicine or surgery.Depending on the cause of a person's baldness, it can be treated with products such as Minoxidil and ketoconazole.

In the book of Amos, the reference to baldness has to do with shame. Baldness was considered a form of nakedness in the days of the Hebrew prophets.

Baldness is loss of hair in the frontal head. This does not occur all of a sudden.

No, but it will put a nice shine on your scalp.

I don't think so. But maybe you have family history of baldness

There have been many claims that male pattern baldness is reversal.

There are some treatments of hair thinning that are more effective than others. Some of the best treatments is to use medications such as procerin and provillus.

Yes, that is mostly true for male pattern baldness. We were all taught this in high school biology class, that the gene for baldness is carried on the X chromosome, which means it comes from Mom's side of the family. A 2005 study from Germany confirmed this long held assumption countering a recent tide of assertions that this is no more than an old wives tale. There are, however, some forms of baldness that are not genetically linked, which means not all baldness comes from Mom.

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