Hair loss is reported only by a few people with Prolactinoma. We study 1 people who have Hair loss and Prolactinoma from FDA and social media. Find out below who they are, other conditions they have and drugs they take.
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Prolactinoma (benign tumour (adenoma) of the pituitary gland that produces a hormone called prolactin) can be treated by Cabergoline, Bromocriptine mesylate, Dostinex, Parlodel, Nadolol and bendroflumethiazide (latest reports from 708 Prolactinoma patients)
Hair loss has been reported by people with loss of libido, rashes, stress and anxiety, high blood pressure, erection problems (latest reports from 51,225 Hair loss patients).
On Aug, 24, 2016
1 person who has Prolactinoma and Hair Loss is studied.
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Hello, I am a woman in her early 70's who lives in Seattle, although I am originally from Boston. I have been taking Ariprazole for about 12 years along with other psychotropic drugs. I was diagnosed with bipolar disorder about the same time, although I have experienced depression for at least 35 years and have been on meds all along. I don't know if my alopecia is caused by Abilify or other psychotropic meds but I have been losing my hair since I was about 35. It's gotten worse in the last 10 years or so. until I now have bald spots in the back of my head. Emotionally, it has been devastating. I used to have very thick wavy hair and now what's left is very thin and straight. I'm hoping to get and give support to others as we live with health condition.
I am 35 y old woman and takeing bisoprolol furmate for 2 months now 5mg once a day, also had propranol 80mg for a month before , is possible that I'm loosing my hair and weight [10kg in 3 months) becouse I am taking bisoprolol or that's the efect of propranol? thank You for support
Since beginning anastrozole April 1, 2016 for Breast Cancer, I have had noticable thinning of my skin, veins and hair, vaginal and skin dryness, extreme fatigue, increased migraines and joint pain. Then suddenly on June 21, 2016 I experienced a gastrointestinal angiodysplasia hemorrhage. Has ...
Hello, I am a woman in her early 70's who lives in Seattle, although I am originally from Boston. I have been taking Ariprazole for about 12 years along with other psychotropic drugs. I was diagnosed with bipolar disorder about the same time, although I have experienced depression for at ...
I been taking Gabapentin for about 9 months and my hair is thinning badly and looks horrible. I have stopped taking the medication for a week now. I want to know if my hair will get back to normal in time?
I was diagnosed with PMR January 2016. After horrendous side effects whilst taking Methotraxate I have continued with Medrol, reducing slowly until now I am taking 3mg per day. Since tapering I have begun to notice significant hair loss each day. I will be seeing my rheumatologist next week and ...
I have been losing hair at an alarming rate for about 6 months. I have been taking linzess for a little over 2 years. I just discovered tonight that linzess might be the cause! I hate to stop taking it but I have to!
Hi, I've been taking Gabapentin for about 1 month now and all of a sudden, BOOM!, losing hair by the clump-full and now i almost have no hair at all. That fast it is gone. My question is, if I stop taking it NOW, can my hair grow back or is this permanent?
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