1. What is MORR F?
MORR F is a solution that is to be used only on your scalp. It contains combination of minoxidil and finasteride in a lipid based solution.
2. What is MORR F used for and how does it work?
MORR F is used for stimulation of hair regrowth in adult men only with androgenic alopecia.
3. What is the right daily dose and method of administration of MORR F?
For external use only. Use only as directed.
A total dose of 1 ml MORR-F topical solution should be applied twice per day to the affected scalp, beginning at the center of the area. This dose should be used regardless of the size of the affected area. The total daily dose should not exceed 2 ml.
4. When will you feel to observe hair growth?
Clinical experience with minoxidil solution and finasteride indicates that application for 3 or more months may be required before evidence of hair growth stimulation can be expected. Onset and degree may be variable among patients.
5. How to use applicators?
6. How well patients respond to MORR F in re-growing hair?
Your doctor can best decide whether you are likely to respond to treatment with MORR F.
If you respond to treatment with MORR F, your initial regrowth may be soft, downy hair ("vellus"), and may hardly be visible. After further treatment, it is likely that your hair regrowth will change and become the same color and thickness as the rest of your hair. Patients using MORR F have reported that the loss of hair is slowed during treatment.
7. Can I stop using Morr F once I get new hair growth?
Hereditary hair loss is a lifelong condition. Once you stop using the medication your normal hair loss process will restart. Hence, it is important that you continue to use the medication to maintain hair growth and stop additional hair loss.
8. What precautions should I take while applying Morr F?
Morr F should not be applied more than 2 times day. Any overuse of the medication can do more harm than benefit. You would not want to see hair growth on unwanted parts of the body. Hence, it is advisable to apply the solution only to the affected areas on the scalp.