Benefits are less likely if you have extensive hair loss or have been bald for a long time. If you notice any changes in your hair growth while taking Tugain, consult your doctor. It can both stop further hair loss and encourage hair growth. It is considered a safe medicine. It works best for scalp thinning or baldness in the top third of the scalp, but less well for receding hairlines or balding in the front. It functions by boosting blood flow to your scalp's hair follicles, which delays the death of hair cells and promotes the growth of new hair. Regrowth of hair improves your appearance, boosts your confidence, and enhances your social life. While using Tugain, you should carefully follow your doctor's instructions as there are different products for men and women. For the treatment of typical hereditary hair loss, tugain is a medication used. Tugain is not suitable for sudden or unexplained hair loss. To maintain hair growth and to reap the greatest benefits, use it frequently.
Stay away from getting solution in your mouth, nose, or eyes. Use sparingly on sunburnt or irritated scalp. Wash your eyes out with cool tap water if you accidentally get Tugain in them. Tugain is for topical use only.
The patient should proceed with the subsequent Tugain application if they miss any of their scheduled doses. More frequent use or longer application time have no effect on the hair growth.
The drug should not be used more than two times a day, or be taken orally or applied to any other part of the body to avoid the risk of adverse effects and unwanted hair growth. The total daily application dose should not exceed 2 ml.
Keep out of the reach of children. Store away from excessive heat and moisture at room temperature between 15 and 30 degrees Celsius (59 and 86 degrees Fahrenheit). After the expiration date, dispose of any unused medication.