Jess
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  • Stillwater, OK
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FFAKari replied to Jess's discussion New Treatment Options in the group Frontal Fibrosing Alopecia
"I would also like to know if hair transplants are possible.  With the scar tissue, I don't know?  I also would like to know WHY is FFA becoming more evident in women these days?  "
Jan 9
Nerida replied to Jess's discussion New Treatment Options in the group Frontal Fibrosing Alopecia
"Interesting.  Would have given that a go about 10yrs ago.  Too late now, no point trying to save a hairline that is already back so far.   Seems these drugs are aimed at 'stabilisation' I guess I'm just going to stay…"
Jan 8
sampeckard replied to Jess's discussion New Treatment Options in the group Frontal Fibrosing Alopecia
"So far, combination therapy seems to be the optimal choice for FFA patients. With finasteride serving as the core treatment to arrest disease inflammation, along with hydroxychloroquine, tacrolimus, and excimer laser. Minoxidil should then be…"
Aug 5, 2021
Ellen replied to Jess's discussion Vitamin D Deficiency? in the group Frontal Fibrosing Alopecia
"I take Vitamin D2 (1.25mg) ***50,000*** a week.   I stopped taking the Hydroxychloroquine (200mg) twice a day after taking it for 10 months. After some months (can’t remember how long), I noticed a lot of if shedding. Went back on the med…"
Mar 3, 2020
Afraid replied to Jess's discussion Vitamin D Deficiency? in the group Frontal Fibrosing Alopecia
"I have been interested to follow this thread.  I have FFA & LPP ongoing hair loss despite taking hydroxychloroquine for 2.5 years.  Hair analysis in the autumn revealed I was vitamin D deficient.  I am taking 1000mg daily and…"
Mar 1, 2020
Demixl replied to Jess's discussion Vitamin D Deficiency? in the group Frontal Fibrosing Alopecia
"Vitamin D is extremely important for human body and it’s deficiency can cause serious health issues. The factors that cause Vitamin D deficiency are: Being overweight Not eating enough fish Not getting enough sun Symptoms of vitamin D…"
Feb 20, 2020

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Scarring alopecia
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