While some hair surgeons highly recommend the use of Propecia (finasteride) in particular to help maintain existing natural hair and to prevent future thinning, others aren’t so assertive about it. The rest of the doctors think that the use of the drugs depends completely on the patient.
Ultimately, the purpose of non-surgical hair loss treatment solutions is to reduce the progression of male pattern baldness. Finasteride and Minoxidil might stimulate some hair regrowth as well.
Without medication, however, hair loss may continue and as a result, subsequent hair transplant procedures may become necessary. Use of hair loss products like Propecia and Rogaine may slow down or stop their hair loss.
In conclusion, the use of the hair loss drugs after hair transplant surgery depends on the patients’ preferences. Stopping the use of non-surgical solutions may cause more hair loss and, as a result, cause additional hair restoration procedures.
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