Hypervitaminisis-A can cause alopecia but then only massive doses at prolonged periods can induce it.The chances of small localized alopecia with therapeutic doses of vitamins looks unlikely to be the cause.
I guess some side effects may be there after taking multivitamins for curing alopecia disease. I have got similar problem what u have now. But fortunately i am fully cure by taking Calosol facial recovery cream. I guess u will be fully cure since this product have no side effects like cortisone cream have.
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I have recently started taking men's 50+ vitamins, and just noticed a sudden bald patch in my beard. I didn't even think about it until I saw this post. I don't think its a coincidence. What is the solution? Should I stop taking those?
I took a Mens prostate health vitamin, lots of zinc and lecithin and shortly after I had the same problems. I have bald spots all over my neck now and on my jaw line between my chin and sideburn area. I used to have a bushy chin strap beard and now I have a patchy *** beard and have to shave sideburns and all of my neck. I haven't realized the connection to the mens vitamins until I read this here, so there is definitely a trending issue here.
I have also had the same .. I am defenetely sure that it is the multivitamins.. The contain too many ingredients that for some our system cant take in.. Alopecia cause is from reactions of the immune system.. I am very positive this is the cause.. What have you done to treat it?
Hi everyone , my boyfriend took an anti dht multivitamin and after 2 days he had bald spots on his beard ... we made some searches about anti dht multivitamins and we know they solve the problems of the prostate
Hi Anybody saw positive results after stopping multivitamin?
Just wanted to leave my experience. I'm 30 and recently developed a quarter-sized bald spot on the back/side of my head. And also 3 small bald spots on my beard. I had a list of potential triggers but I have eliminated most of them and the only one left with what seems like a high probability is men's multi vitamins + cod liver oil pills I was taking. The two of them combined put me over the limit of what's recommended as maximum amount of vitamin A a person can take in one day, which is 10,000 IU. My men's vitamins had 10,000 in one serving alone, not including the cod liver oil pills I was taking which are also loaded with vitamin A. And this is not including my diet which was pretty damn good. Vitamin A toxicity involves hair loss and hair/skin issues. I have stopped this pills as of yesterday, I also have an appointment with a dermatologist tomorrow and will update this if I learn anything new. I really don't think there's a need for these pills unless a doctor confirms you are lacking in some fashion.