Will Accutane cause hair loss problems? Does Bioresonance help prevent the side effect of hair loss?

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Does Accutane cause hair loss?

Accutane or isotretinoin, is a very effective treatment for acne vulgaris. However, in some individuals, they may experience some hair loss while on on the medication.

In general, the hair loss is usually temporary and reversible and may be dose-dependent. Stopping the medication will usually result in your hair growing back.

Can Bioresonance prevent the side effect of hair loss from Accutane?

I do not think that there is good evidence that Bioresonance can prevent the side effect of hair loss.

Read this article to find out what are the other side effects of Accutane.

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How do doctors differentiate a genetic cause of hair loss versus other hair loss causes?

Hi,Androgenetic hair loss is diagnosed primarily by its distinctive pattern (non-scarring, frontal-temporal recession) and duration (several years) in a male. A positive family history is supportive. In females, as the pattern may not very distinctive, exclusion of underlying chronic illnesses such as thyroid disease, iron deficiency may be needed. Hope this helps!

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Does Accutane cause permanent hair loss or accelerate female pattern balding?

Cohort studies done on patients taking isotretinoin (accutane) have shown may develop hair abnormalities. This is attributed to Vitamin A toxicitiy, of which, accutane is a potent derivative of. The types of hair disorders that are associated with isotretinoin use are as follows: 1. Telogen effluvium - This is a condition whereby increased shedding of hairs across the entire scalp occurs. A sufferer of this affliction would notice increased amounts of hair in the shower floor trap, on the floor or on the pillow.

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