acne and hairloss 21 yr old maleI write for my son in that he wont write on his own. He has acne on forehead and back and has been taking propecia for aat least 2 yrs for hairloss. he still has all hair but it has gotten thinner, and sometimes looks weak in front. he feels propecia has helped. He was on bactrim antibiotic for a long time also and I convinced him a few months ago to get off bactrim, which he did but his acne returned. I have been reading the posts and see about arnica but wonder if it conflicts with propecia?? He leaves for school shortly so I want to start him on something that could help and make him more self confident.
sangale on 2005-01-03
Still, for homeopathy's sake:
Is your son an extrovert? Does he care a lot what others think about him? Is he a people-pleaser? Signs of repressed anger? Little bodily hair? Craves sweets or salts? Craves cold drinks more or hot drinks? Is he sweet, mellow?
Discribe his personality. Only then the medication can be accurate. Homeopathy treats the individual as a whole.
caroandujar last decade
sangale last decade
Is your son living in Silicon Valley area, I know a lady who can help everyone grows new hairs within 1 -2 weeks no matter how old they are or what gender they are.
help_you last decade
I have successfully treated many cases of Acne with Arnica 30c. Dose 2 balls taken under the tongue thrice daily for the first week. Arnica is also successfully used to stop the loss of hair and he can continue with a reduced dose of twice daily for about a month and you can report results. His acne should disappear within a week but if it does not please report.
Use Johnson's Baby Shampoo on his hair as it is very mild and will not cause hair loss as some shampoos do.
No coffee and Cola drinks during
treatment. It is also presumed that no other drugs are used for his acne.
♡ Joe De Livera last decade
rahul48 5 years ago
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