Rogaine treats hair loss in men and women. It takes time for hair to regrow. It may take 2 months to notice a difference. In some people, it may take at least 4 months to see a difference.

Rogaine Overview


Rogaine is an over the counter medication used to regrow hair in adult men and women. Rogaine belongs to a group of drugs called vasodilators. These help to regrow hair by increasing the size of shrunken hair follicles allowing normal hair growth.

This medication comes in a solution form and is applied twice daily to the scalp.

Common side effects of Rogaine include burning, stinging and redness at site of application.

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  • Other
  • Alopecia
  • Hypertension, Malignant

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