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Nizoral Hair Loss Survey Results


How often do you use Nizoral?

Every Day Every Other Day Every 3 to 6 Days Every Week Less Than Every Week
14 ( 17.95%) 22 ( 28.21%) 24 ( 30.77%) 4 ( 5.13%) 10 ( 12.82%)

 

How long have you used Nizoral?

Never Less Than 6 Months 6 Months to 1 Year 1 to 2 Years 2 to 5 Years 5 Plus Years
7 ( 8.97%) 37 16 ( 20.51%) 6 ( 7.69%) 6 ( 7.69%) 2 ( 2.56%)

 

Have you ever discontinued Nizoral for more than a month?

Yes No
25 ( 32.05%) 49 ( 62.82%)

 

Did you experience a temporary initial wave of higher than normal loss after starting Nizoral?

Yes No
9 ( 11.54%) 63 ( 80.77%)

 

Did the amount of hairs you lose per day slow down after being on Nizoral for a while?

Yes No
28 ( 35.90%) 43 ( 55.13%)

 

Did you experience any irritation from using Nizoral?

Yes No
5 ( 6.41%) 67 ( 85.90%)

 

Has Nizoral helped reduce itchiness of the scalp associated with hair loss?

Yes No (Same) No (Increased)
32 ( 41.03%) 30 ( 38.46%) 9 ( 11.54%)

 

What have been your results with Nizoral?

No Effect Slowed Loss Halted Loss Fuzz Minimal Moderate Dense Complete
37 ( 47.44%) 19 ( 24.36%) 5 ( 6.41%) 1 ( 1.28%) 2 ( 2.56%) 3 ( 3.85%) 1 ( 1.28%) 0 ( 0.00%)

 

Have you been using other treatments at the same time as Nizoral that could have accounted for the effect you’ve gotten?

Yes No
48 ( 61.54%) 23 ( 29.49%)

 

78 Respondents




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