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Oral minoxidil as an off label treatment for pattern hair loss or androgenetic alopecia

Low dose oral minoxidil - 5mg daily study.

The study involved 30 men between the age of 24-59.

"There was a significant increase in total hair counts from baseline at weeks 12 (mean change + 26, range 182.5-208.5 hairs/cm2) and 24 (mean change + 35.1, range 182.5-217.6 hairs/cm2) (both p = 0.007). Photographic assessment of the vertex area by an expert panel revealed 100% improvement (score > + 1), with 43% of patients showing excellent improvement (score + 3, 71-100% increase). "

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