What is Women'S Rogaine
When to interrupt dosageThe recommended dosage of Women's Rogaine is contingent upon the identified condition. The amount of dosage also relies on the method of delivery (e.g. Topical or Spray), as detailed in the table below.
WarningsWomen'S Rogaine has one contraindication, so it should be avoided in the case of any of the conditions found in the following table.Women'S Rogaine Contraindications
Women'S Rogaine Novel Uses: Which Conditions Have a Clinical Trial Featuring Women'S Rogaine?8 active trials are presently assessing the potential of Women'S Rogaine to ameliorate Androgenetic Alopecia.
Women'S Rogaine Reviews: What are patients saying about Women'S Rogaine?
Patient Q&A Section about women's rogaine
What happens if you use Rogaine as a woman?
"If Rogaine gets on your face, it may cause unwanted hair growth. Studies have found that this happens to 3 to 51% of women who use the medication, although it is not clear why it happens more often in women than in men." - Anonymous Online Contributor
How long does it take for women's Rogaine to work?
"It may take a few months to see results from using Women's ROGAINE® Foam or Women's ROGAINE® Solution. For some women, it may take at least 6 months to see results. Use as directed." - Anonymous Online Contributor
Does women's Rogaine regrow hair?
"The ROGAINE® hair regrowth treatment is the #1 recommended option by dermatologists. When women use the ROGAINE® Foam once a day, they can see a significant regrowth of fuller, younger-looking hair. The ROGAINE® Foam is easy to use - simply apply it to the scalp once a day, and it is clinically proven to work in over 80% of women*." - Anonymous Online Contributor
Who should not use women's Rogaine?
"This medication is not recommended for use by women who are breast-feeding, children under 18 years of age, or men over the age of 65 years." - Anonymous Online Contributor