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Treatments

  • Corticosteroids

    Your dermatologist may prescribe an injection of corticosteroids to help reduce the loss of your hair, or they may prescribe a topical corticosteroid cream or ointment. You will receive injections every three to six weeks, with hair growth typically beginning about four weeks after the final injection. In some cases, hair growth takes longer or is unsuccessful altogether.

  • Topical Medications

    If corticosteroids are unsuccessful, your specialist may recommend you try a different type of topical medication, such as Minoxidil, Anthralin, or Diphencyprone (DPCP), to help slow or reverse your alopecia-related hair loss.