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Bimatoprost cream can help regrow hair in baldness.
Prostaglandins may contribute to male hair loss; targeting them could help treat it.
Topical cetirizine 1% promotes hair growth in male androgenetic alopecia patients.
Topical cetirizine improves hair density and thickness in androgenetic alopecia, but more research is needed.
Prostanoids, like prostaglandins and thromboxane A2, can both enhance and inhibit hair growth, and understanding their effects could help treat hair disorders.
Minoxidil, finasteride, and low-level laser light therapy effectively treat hair loss.
Latanoprost 0.1% may effectively treat hair loss.
PGD2 stops hair growth and is higher in bald men with AGA.
Men with baldness due to androgenetic alopecia still have hair stem cells, but lack specific cells needed for hair growth.
Latanoprost can effectively treat eyelash hair loss, with 45% of patients showing hair regrowth and no reported side effects.
Latanoprost, a glaucoma treatment, was found ineffective in treating hair loss in eyebrows and eyelashes.
Topical latanoprost and bimatoprost eye solutions don't help eyelash growth in people with alopecia areata.
Topical latanoprost doesn't effectively regrow hair in severe eyebrow alopecia areata cases.
Using the eye pressure medication latanoprost can cause excessive hair growth and darker eyelashes on the treated eye.
3% topical minoxidil effectively treats extensive alopecia areata with few side effects.