Winlevi ( Cb 03 01 ) For Acne, Fda Approval

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Couldn't this technically be bought and used for hairloss? I mean, I would like to think some of us have insurance so it should not be that expensive...
 

sonictemples

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This is I believe around 1%, Breezula is 7%.

From this logic you should go through seven tubes of this to get similar efficacy
 

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WARNINGS

Hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal (HPA) axis suppression may occur during or after treatment with WINLEVI. In the PK trial, HPA axis suppression was observed in 1/20 (5%) of adult subjects and 2/22 (9%) of adolescent subjects at Day 14.

Was this as common with CB users?
 

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This is I believe around 1%, Breezula is 7%.

From this logic you should go through seven tubes of this to get similar efficacy


Yeah but in my country, I have decent insurance so 7 tubes wouldn't cost me more than $50.00 and something is better than nothing to add to the fight against hair-loss.

We don't always have to be downers *rolls eyes*.
 

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Yeah but in my country, I have decent insurance so 7 tubes wouldn't cost me more than $50.00 and something is better than nothing to add to the fight against hair-loss.

We don't always have to be downers *rolls eyes*.
Your insurance isn't going to cover it
 

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Yeah but in my country, I have decent insurance so 7 tubes wouldn't cost me more than $50.00 and something is better than nothing to add to the fight against hair-loss.

We don't always have to be downers *rolls eyes*.
*cries*
 

sonictemples

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Actually if you can make 6 kids and fill them with Androgel they will get adult acne then get 7 for free kaching
 

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Or you can go to a compounding pharmacy and get it compounded at the strength you need, now that CB is an approved compound. Technically, I believe.
 

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Or you can go to a compounding pharmacy and get it compounded at the strength you need, now that CB is an approved compound. Technically, I believe.
No, cause it have a patent .
Anyway, it is great news . Sooner or later, will be available to compound it like you explain.
And, what is it really important, it is a drug approved to be use in Humans ! The first topical antiandrogen approved ever !!!!!!!!!
 

Mr White

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I am definitely going to give Winlevi a try. Everyone is different, maybe some people respond better than others.
 

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No, cause it have a patent .
Anyway, it is great news . Sooner or later, will be available to compound it like you explain.
And, what is it really important, it is a drug approved to be use in Humans ! The first topical antiandrogen approved ever !!!!!!!!!
Lol. So all those drugs you can find in a compounding pharmacy are unpatented huh.
 

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Lol. So all those drugs you can find in a compounding pharmacy are unpatented huh.
Dude, after 10 years, patent expire . Before that, drug can only be legal purchase to the laboratory that have the patent. Why you think they invest money if not ?!
 

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Dude, after 10 years, patent expire . Before that, drug can only be legal purchase to the laboratory that have the patent. Why you think they invest money if not ?!
Compounding pharmacies are a medical necessity. E.g. someone is allergic to an inactive ingredient in a drug's pill and need it made without that ingredient, or a patient can't take something orally so they need a topical formation, etc. That would really suck for many people if whatever came out of the pharmacy was all you had.

I couldn't find find the US laws on it in a quick search but looks like it's legal in Europe: https://www.hoganlovells.com/en/blo...ding-of-patented-medicines-in-the-netherlands

There's no way derms won't be allowed to prescribe higher-dose winlevi for recalcitrant acne
 

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Compounding pharmacies are a medical necessity. E.g. someone is allergic to an inactive ingredient in a drug's pill and need it made without that ingredient, or a patient can't take something orally so they need a topical formation, etc. That would really suck for many people if whatever came out of the pharmacy was all you had.

I couldn't find find the US laws on it in a quick search but looks like it's legal in Europe: https://www.hoganlovells.com/en/blo...ding-of-patented-medicines-in-the-netherlands

There's no way derms won't be allowed to prescribe higher-dose winlevi for recalcitrant acne

Don't worry about him he's a giant fuckwit. He claims to be a pharmacist but it couldn't be clearer he's full of sh*t.
 
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