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Works great for quite a few people I know
I know a couple guys who use Rogaine only, and they still have some front receding hairlines, but nothing in the back. The sooner you start to use it, the better. It's best at retaining hair, rather than regrowing it after a couple years of loss.
I also know a couple guys who are doing Rogaine and Propecia. You'd never know that their male relatives are cue-ball baldies.
With the exception of rogaine, most treatments for baldness are by Rx. Avodart and Propecia/Proscar both block DHT; Avodart just does a better job at lowering scalp DHT levels so it might be more effective than Propecia.
Some women (and men) seem to respond to vitamin supplementation and apparently a lot of women respond to Viviscal (I may have misspelled that), although I don't think its FDA-approved or anything.
Men and women both sometimes respond to laser hair treatments, which you can do @ home if you buy a handheld laser device.
Good luck :-)
Help! I'm going bald — Jamaica Observer
These creams include Minoxidil, Propecia and Rogaine. "Because it's an hormonal thing, we have no end of research being done in order to speed the process up for finding treatment for hair loss," Dr Oates explained.