Pantogar for Hair Loss

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Pantogar Indications Diffuse hair loss (hair loss for unknown reasons). Degenerative changes in the structure of hair (thinning hair, thin, non-malleable, brittle, lifeless, dull and colorless), damaged hair by sunlight and UV radiation, preventing the

Pantogar for hair loss

Keratin, cystine and associations

Use adult or pediatric (children over 12 years)

Oral

Active ingredient

Each capsule contains:

Calcium pantothenate 60 mg, 20 mg Cystine, thiamine nitrate 60 mg, 100 mg medicinal yeast, Keratin 20 mg, 20 mg aminobenzoic acid. Excipients: microcrystalline cellulose, talc, magnesium stearate, povidone, silicon dioxide.

Pantogar Indications

Diffuse hair loss (hair loss for unknown reasons). Degenerative changes in the structure of hair (thinning hair, thin, non-malleable, brittle, lifeless, dull and colorless), damaged hair by sunlight and UV radiation, preventing the onset of gray hair. Disorders in the growth of the nails (brittle nails, cracked and slightly soft).

Contraindications

Hypersensitivity to components of the formula.

Warnings and precautions

Since the formation of the hair happens slowly, it is important to take regular Pantogar , the prescribed dose, for a period of 3 to 6 months to ensure the success of treatment. Pantogar is not indicated for androgenetic alopecia or scar / conventional (male pattern baldness). However, in these cases, Pantogar can strengthen the remaining hair. Cicatricial alopecia is characterized by absence or reduction of permanent hair, which may be caused by trauma, physical or chemical burns, fungal infections, bacteria, viruses or parasites, internal cancer and diseases such as lichen planopilaris, lupus erythematosus, scleroderma, follicular mucinosis. If symptoms persist or if the treatment goal is not reached, see your doctor.

Main drug interactions and / or food - Pantogar

There are no known reports of interaction of Pantogar with other medicines, foods, tobacco or alcohol. However, if you have been treated with a medicine that contains a sulfonamide (eg sulfabenzamida, sulfacetamide, sulfacloropiridazina, sulfacrisoidina, sulfadiazine, sulfamethoxazole), tell your doctor before using Pantogar .

Restrictions on high-risk groups –

Pregnancy: It is recommended that Pantogar is used only in the second half of pregnancy. This medicine should not be used by pregnant women without medical or dental surgeon.

Lactation: No known restrictions on use of the product during lactation.

Pediatrics: Not recommended for use of the product by children under 12 years of age, since no studies have been performed for this age group. Geriatric (elderly): No known restrictions on product use by elderly patients.

Renal / hepatic impairment: No known restrictions on product use by patients with kidney or liver failure.

There is no contraindication for the ages.

Directions for use and dosage

If there is no contrary medical advice, follow exactly the following dosage: Adults: 1 capsule, 3 times a day orally.

Children over 12 years of age: 1 to 2 capsules a day, according to age, orally. The average duration of treatment is 3 to 6 months. If necessary, treatment can be continued or repeated.

Pantogar side effects

Have been rare reports of reactions of intolerance to the drug, such as sudden increase in sweating, rapid pulse, skin reactions such as itching, urticaria, or gastrointestinal discomfort such as burning, nausea, gas and abdominal pain.

 

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Posted on Nov 22, 2012