Rogaine Ireland (generic name: Minoxidil Topical) is used to restore hair on the scalp. The exact course of action of Rogaine Ireland is not described in this leaflet. Ireland Rogaine mainly improves the function of hair follicles by dilating the blood vessels in the scalp and promoting hair growth. Rogaine has not been shown to cause permanent scalp hair growth. Therefore, it is necessary to continue using this product to maintain hair regrowth.
Do not use Rogaine Ireland if the scalp is irritated, damaged, infected or sunburned. These conditions can be potentially dangerous because they allow the body to absorb more medicine. Check the medicine label carefully to see if Rogaine Ireland can treat certain types of hair loss. Do not apply Rogaine Ireland to any part of the body other than the scalp. It can be dangerous if applied to other parts of the body. Do not apply other topical products to your scalp during treatment with Rogaine unless your doctor tells you to.
Only apply the rogaine formula that applies to your gender. Also, women should not use minoxidil-only products for men. If you have any other illnesses, such as heart disease, talk to your pharmacist or doctor.
This medicine has an FDA pregnancy category of C. It has not been established whether rogaine can harm an unborn baby. Therefore, if you are pregnant or planning to become pregnant, do not take this medicine without your doctor’s permission. There is no evidence that topical minoxidil can be absorbed into breast milk or that it may actually harm a breast-fed baby. Therefore, if you are breast-feeding, it is not recommended to use Rogaine Ireland without your doctor’s advice. In addition, rogaine is contraindicated for use in patients under 18 years of age without special medical advice.
Rogaine Ireland solution:
Apply 1 ml topically to the affected scalp twice a day. The dose should not exceed 2 ml of rogaine per day.
Rogaine Island Foam:
Topically apply half a cap twice a day to the affected scalp area.
Take the missed dose as soon as you remember. Skip the missed dose when it is almost time for your next dose. Do not take additional medicines to make up for missed doses.
An overdose of Rogaine in Ireland is not expected to be very dangerous. However, if someone accidentally swallows medication, you should still seek emergency medical attention or call poisoning assistance directly at 1-800-222-1222.
If you get any of the symptoms of an allergic reaction to Rogaine Ireland listed below, talk to a doctor straight away.
- swelling of the face, tongue, lips and / or throat;
- shortness of breath;
The risk of side effects with Rogaine Ireland is very low, but side effects may occur if the medicine is absorbed directly into the bloodstream. So, see a doctor right away if you have any of the following:
- unwanted growth of facial hair;
- severe irritation of the scalp;
- rapid heartbeat, chest pain;
- swelling of the feet or hands;
- rapid weight gain;
- a slight feeling of fainting;
- dizziness, headache, confusion;
Redness (redness, heat or tingling).
The most common side effects with Rogaine in Ireland are:
Hair color and / or texture changes.
This list is not complete and there may be other side effects. Contact your doctor immediately for side effects.
Pregnancy and breast-feeding warnings
Minoxidil (Rogaine Island) The FDA has designated topical minoxidil as a Category C pregnancy. Numerous animal studies with oral minoxidil have not shown teratogenicity. After a five-fold oral dose in humans, an increased incidence of fetal absorption and a decrease in pregnancy were observed in rabbits. Rogain should not be prescribed to pregnant women.
Limited data from one study in women receiving Rogaine 7.5 mg daily found a 1: 3 peak to breast milk concentration ratio within 1 hour of dosing. Rogaine was also found in the breast milk of women who took 5 mg of rogaine orally twice a day.
Rogaine Ireland is excreted in breast milk. Breast-feeding women should not breast-feed rogaine as breast-feeding babies may experience some side effects. Therefore, a woman should consult a specialist to ensure safety.