Minoxidil Topical Solution 2pct Drug Medication Dosage Information
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Minoxidil: Topical solution (2%)

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Minoxidil 2% Topical Soln
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Minoxidil 2% Topical Soln

What is this Medicine?

MINOXIDIL (mi NOX i dill) is used to increase new hair growth in cases of hereditary hair loss. When applied to the scalp, this medicine can promote hair growth in men with male pattern baldness. This medicine can also help women with thin hair and frontal hair loss. Women should not use extra-strength minoxidil products.

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*Brand contains same active ingredient but may not represent FDA-approved generic equivalent
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Minoxidil 2% Topical Solution

NDC: 004720066
  • Over the Counter
    (Prescription Not Required)
  • Not a Controlled Drug
    (CSA Schedule)
  • FDA Approved




FDA approved for the following conditions:
Alopecia

Minoxidil 2% Topical Solution
Pregnancy & Lactation Information
Lactation

Caution - Not enough information is available to rule out harm to infants when this drug is taken by nursing mothers.


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