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 Posted: Tue May 2nd, 2017 11:49 pm
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Bigmac wrote: Not sure how affective the Minoxidil tablets are. No one really talks about them. Have you tried some Nizoral shampoo to see if that stops the itching and redness?
You look the business at the convention dude. I like the Regenepure DR version when i get an itchy scalp it helps me dude.
If you do go down the minoxidil tablets route please keep us updated as i haven't heard much about them either.



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Hi Guys 

Thanks for coming back to is I have stopped the rogaine for now and using the Nizoral to see if will clear it up thanks again 

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Hi Daz

Great results by the way.

In regards to Minoxidil Tablets I looked into this a few years ago and decided it was not worth the risk. The potential side effects appeared to outweigh the benefits particularly in respect to low blood pressure and water retention.
However determining the appropriate dosages would likely reduce those risks. The ISHRS Surgeon Dr Path has been vocal in making his patients aware of Minox Tablets and his postings are on other forums including recommendations for dosage.



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Daz, any luck with it clearing up?
When I used Minoxidil a long time ago I was fine, then 6-7 months in my scalp was red with irritation and I had to stop using it. After a while I tried the foam, I got the same sides as the Minox but not as bad. I gave up on that too.



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Hi Friends 

Firstly let me say sorry for not been so active these last months but we have been going through some very emotional things at home , its settling down but its going to take time  ,I just wanted to let everyone know I have stopped the Minoxidil due to having Scalp Psoriasis which has been very frustrating and sore  , I have been using TGEL shampoo which has helped but its taking time , here is a couple of pictures of the way my hair is today am over 5 years post op from my first Ht , all the very best to everyone wishing you all great recovery and growth 

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Hi Dazzster 
Good to hear from you. Sorry to hear you're having some personal issues but it's good to know they're getting sorted.
I had a similar experience to you with Minoxidil. I was using it ok, then it began to irritate my scalp really bad and caused massive amounts of dandruff. I had to stop using it. Hopefully you can get the Psoriasis under control.
Otherwise, you're looking very well my friend.
All the best.
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Hi Daz,
I'm sorry to hear you're gong through some personal issues at home. No need to be sorry as we all get caught in our own lives too.  Of course your cheerful support is missed around here but we can certainly understand.  Too bad Minox is giving you trouble but your hair looks great.  I don't personally think Minox is worth it if your scalp gets irritation from it.  
Really good to hear your issues are settling down.  Take care!!! 



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