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Trump’s longtime alloy offers an reason for what’s going on with his hair


trump
Trump’s
hair.

Getty/Mark
Wilson


Trump’s longtime doctor, Harold N. Bornstein, suggested some
startling contribution about the president’s health in
a series of interviews with The New York Times
.

He even strew some light on the president’s hair. According to
Bornstein, Trump takes a drug for the impediment of hair loss,
called finasteride (marketed as Propecia).

“He has all his hair,” Bornstein told the Times.

Finasteride was creatively prescribed to treat enlarged
prostates in men, before it was detected that a side outcome of
the drug was an celebrated rebate of male settlement baldness.

It is now prescribed by dermatologists to provide male
settlement baldness, and 

is one of only
4 treatments
 that can be used to fight the
condition. 

This is only one piece of the nonplus when trying to
know the structure of Trump’s hair, however. Hair
surgeon Dr. William Yates has pronounced that it’s
likely

 Trump’s look can be attributed
to an early chronicle of hair transplant surgery, or an
costly weave.

According to Bornstein, Trump also takes a remedy for
rosacea, as good as one for towering cholesterol and
lipids. 

The White House
did not comment
on the information or endorse with The New
York Times that Bornstein is still Trump’s doctor.

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Home / Life / Trump’s longtime alloy offers an reason for what’s going on with his hair

Trump’s longtime alloy offers an reason for what’s going on with his hair


trump
Trump’s
hair.

Getty/Mark
Wilson


Trump’s longtime doctor, Harold N. Bornstein, suggested some
startling contribution about the president’s health in
a series of interviews with The New York Times
.

He even strew some light on the president’s hair. According to
Bornstein, Trump takes a drug for the impediment of hair loss,
called finasteride (marketed as Propecia).

“He has all his hair,” Bornstein told the Times.

Finasteride was creatively prescribed to treat enlarged
prostates in men, before it was detected that a side outcome of
the drug was an celebrated rebate of male settlement baldness.

It is now prescribed by dermatologists to provide male
settlement baldness, and 

is one of only
4 treatments
 that can be used to fight the
condition. 

This is only one piece of the nonplus when trying to
know the structure of Trump’s hair, however. Hair
surgeon Dr. William Yates has pronounced that it’s
likely

 Trump’s look can be attributed
to an early chronicle of hair transplant surgery, or an
costly weave.

According to Bornstein, Trump also takes a remedy for
rosacea, as good as one for towering cholesterol and
lipids. 

The White House
did not comment
on the information or endorse with The New
York Times that Bornstein is still Trump’s doctor.

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