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Pyrithione Zinc Related Alopecia

Official FDA Reports2
Social Media Events1
Active Ingredients
  • Pyrithione Zinc
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Additional Terms for Alopecia
  • Hair Loss
  • Thinning Hair
  • Hair Thinned
  • Hair Falling Out
  • Balding
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Social Media Comments From Around the Web

The following are comments from users that experienced side effects while taking Milnacipran Hydrochloride

Pyrithione Zinc

... Because of this it isn't a shampoo that I would use every day because I don't like to condition my hair that often. The conditioner does a good job of removing snarls from my fine, thin hair , but I do...


Source:" Pert Plus Anti-Dandruff 2 in 1 Shampoo...

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Druginformer Identified Side Effects: Alopecia

Posted By Suze51 in viewpoints.com on February 13, 2013 @ 12:00 am

... Because of this it isn't a shampoo that I would use every day because I don't like to condition my hair that often. The conditioner does a good job of removing snarls from my fine, thin hair, but I do...



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