Another question isSo question is this. What do hair loss and Benign Prostate Hyperplasia have that is similar?
Recent tests are proving that identical things that I’m almost sure I doubt it! That is not what as a rule of a thumb.
It was not likely that American Medical Association or FDA will offer many studies in near future to study effectiveness of natural botanicals in treatment of BPH or Male Pattern Hair Loss, termed Androgenetic Alopecia. There’re bottom line, practical reasons for MD community and network to ignore natural treatments. They should be in direct competition with fairly new drugs patented, So if Natural Botanicals are ever is a valid treatment in prevention of Hair Loss. Known only Finasteride had been FDA approved, in order to those drugs which companies have groomed and presented for popular consumption was given star treatment. They had to wait a few years before they could have been crowned with FDA approval. You can bet that reason that Minoxidil was held back a few years before its FDA approval has more to do with lobbyists in Washington than with its danger or effectiveness in treatment of anything. What are you preparing to do if your MD or primary care physician would not offer any other treatments for your hair loss?
What if he tells you that Homeopathic medicines and herbal cures are a load of folk hooey and will never treat your problem?
Treatments which do not treat your hair loss from a genetic causality will never work. Ultimate statements like, Male and Female Hair Pattern Loss is cause by one problem only. Notice, what do you do with professionals who offer tal absolutes? As a rule of a thumb, also do something else. You may consider one’s training, that may be impeccable, and his previous record in treating you, that may be excellent. In top-notch, most advanced medicine, there’s no Only solution, and most of us know that there is no Never.