Saw palmetto is effective for men's prostate issues, may help women with certain conditions, and could potentially treat hair loss, but should be used carefully due to possible side effects and interactions.
Saw palmetto extract is generally safe and can effectively treat Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms, but its evaluation is affected by varying quality and a need for long-term studies.
Saw palmetto extract is effective and safe for treating lower urinary tract symptoms, working as well as certain medications, and works even better in severe cases.
Saw palmetto helps with nighttime urination and urine flow, similar to finasteride.
Saw palmetto causes allergic reaction, minoxidil causes skin irritation; use cautiously for hair loss.
Taking Saw palmetto and Pygeum africana can change the levels of certain steroids in urine, which could cause confusion in doping tests.
Topical Saw Palmetto and Trichogen Veg Complex increased hair count by 11.9% and improved hair growth in 48% of men with hair loss.
Redensyl, saw palmetto, and biotin with platelet-rich plasma is a better treatment for hair loss than Procapil with platelet-rich plasma.
Finasteride improves chronic pelvic pain, saw palmetto doesn't.
Natural products like saw palmetto, caffeine, melatonin, marine extracts, rosemary oil, procyanidin, pumpkin seed oil, and cannabidiol oil could potentially treat male hair loss.
Herbal alternatives like saw palmetto and green tea may offer safe, effective treatment for hormonal hair loss.
A medicinal cosmetic product for treating Androgenetic Alopecia was developed using plant-based substances, Saw palmetto and Japanese Sophora, with pumpkin seed oil and stabilizers like Carbopol, sodium alginate, xanthan gum, Tween-20 and cetyl alcohol.
A woman developed skin irritation from treatments for hair loss, showing allergies to both minoxidil and saw palmetto solutions.
Various treatments, including FDA-approved drugs, natural products, and oral supplements, can help with hair loss, but a patient's medical history and potential allergies should be considered when choosing a treatment.
Combination therapy with higher concentrations of minoxidil can lead to rapid hair growth in pattern baldness with no significant side effects.
Herbs can potentially treat hair loss by inhibiting a key enzyme and promoting hair growth, and deficiencies in zinc, biotin, and iron are linked to hair loss.
In 2002, various skin reactions were reported due to different drugs, including allergies, hair loss, skin lesions, and other skin conditions.
Certain skin drugs and topical agents, including some natural extracts and fragrances, can cause allergic reactions. Some hair dyes and extensions, as well as minoxidil, a hair growth treatment, can also cause allergies. Botulinum toxin A can effectively reduce sweat but may have temporary side effects.
Early hair loss may indicate future prostate issues.
Antiandrogens and androgen inhibitors like spironolactone, finasteride, and dutasteride can treat hair loss and skin conditions, but they have risks and side effects, including potential harm to pregnant women and risks of cancer and heart issues. Herbal remedies also have antiandrogenic effects but lack safety validation.
Pumpkin seed oil may help hair growth, but more research needed on frontal hair loss and long-term effects.
Pumpkin seed oil helps hair growth in men with hair loss.