Rogain

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Rogaine® (minoxidil) is a nonprescription medication approved to treat male and female pattern baldness. Although it is not clear how this medicine works, it is thought to work by stimulating resting hair follicles to enter into an active growth phase. The drug, which comes in a liquid solution or foam and is applied to the scalp twice daily, may take at least four months before producing results. You should talk to your healthcare provider before taking Rogaine if you have heart problems or any allergies.
 
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