Xtin Forte

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ishan Says:

i used xtin forte for hair growth long ago with a solution called tu gain but i stopped the medication and now again i am loosing my hair strands.
can i start the same combination again??
please state side effects of the above mentioned medicines. thanks in advance.

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Verwon Says:

XTin Forte is a nutritional supplement that contains Biotin, sometimes a deficiency in it can cause hair loss, which can be rectified by adding it back to your body.

Learn more Biotin details here.

And Tugain uses the drug Minoxidil, which can stop hair loss and encourage regrowth.

Learn more Minoxidil details here.

There shouldn't be any issue with trying them again, as long as your doctor approves. It can really depend on other medical conditions and/or medications you are taking.

Are there any other questions or comments?

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allya Says:
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I m very worried about my hairs. They just fall as if they were just pasted. I qm taking this medicine by prescribed by a doctor there is a minoxy solutuin and this xtin forte tablets is it correct n can anyone help me know how much time will take to regain its strength n regrows n stop falling ???
Please ans soon :( :'(

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kamal Says:

i use minoxidil topical 5% solution n take finax and xtin forte since 15 days n i had facing more hair fall after staring these medicine what can be reason due to which i had more hairfall then earlier

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Deepak Says:

Minoxidil will cause more hairfall for a month and the hair fall will stop after that completely. i have using minoxidil for about 7 months now. So no need to worry. wait for atleast a month after starting the treatment and u will see the results.

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ashish s. Says:

xtin forte is a brand of my company....... you can take it without any hesitation 1 od doze along with minoxidil 10 % solution two times a day 1 ml each time not more than that... {edited for privacy}

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Shashank Says:
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Does greying of hair stops from this medicine ??? I am facing greying of hair and it's getting increased day by day

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