Question: Been using high strength minoxidil from you guys and not really seeing any changes as yet. Service was good though.
Answer: Hi, Stewart. I've looked into your client record and as you've only been following your male hair loss treatment course for just over one month we wouldn't expect to see noticeable results just yet but hang on in there!
Do keep following your course as directed as it generally takes between three to four months - sometimes as long as six months depending on the individual - to see initial regrowth from treatment.
You may also experience an initial period of shedding before you start to see stabilisation and regrowth results kick in. This hair fall can occur when the new regrowth starts coming through, pushing the old hairs out and, although this does not happen to everyone, it is nothing at all to worry about.
It's important to stick with using everything as prescribed and we look forward to seeing how you're shaping up at your first check up! If you, or your hair loss specialist have any concerns about how your treatment is working at that point, they will re-assess you and tweak your course accordingly to ensure that you are always using the optimal recommendations for your level and pattern of shedding.
We look forward to seeing you in a couple of months' time but if there is anything you would like advice on in the meantime, please do contact your dedicated treatment advisor who will be only too pleased to help.
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