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I got sick of having hair problems, am getting a job, making a appointment with doctor and dermatologist. I was thinking about taking vaniqa and was just wondering if anyone here has tried it or knows alot about it besides it's a hair retardant and makes less hair grow. Thanks for reading this and I am sorry it took so long for me to deal with this issue.
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I can't say anything about Vaniqa, but have you and your doctor considered PCOS (polycystic ovary syndrome)? It's extremely common (about every one in ten women), and one of its side effects is increased hair, along with missed periods, which I noticed that you had a while back.
Good luck w/ the Vaniqa! It looks like a great way to go.

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