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Oral Minoxidil, Delivered to Your Door

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With Roman, you can get oral minoxidil prescribed online and delivered to your door. A US-licensed healthcare provider will review your information and get back to you within 24 hours.

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Oral minoxidil may cause serious side effects that impact the heart, including pericardial effusion and tamponade. When tested on animals, minoxidil caused lesions of the heart as well as other adverse heart effects. See Important Safety Information and Warnings.

Convenient, once-a-day tablets that contain the same active ingredient as topical minoxidil

While topical minoxidil is FDA-approved to treat hair loss and is available without a prescription, oral minoxidil is considered “off label” and requires a prescription.

Oral minoxidil is an off-label treatment for men’s hair loss

Healthcare providers have the discretion to prescribe medications off-label if they believe it is an appropriate course of treatment for a particular patient. Learn more about off-label treatment.

Side effects may include low blood pressure and leg swelling

The most common side effect is hypertrichosis (additional hair growth on the face or body). Read through the full Important Safety Information (including a boxed warning).

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The history of oral minoxidil

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While oral minoxidil is considered an “off-label” treatment for male pattern baldness, it is FDA-approved (at higher doses) to treat high blood pressure.

Doctors began prescribing low-dose oral minoxidil tablets as a convenient, once-a-day hair loss treatment because in clinical trials studying higher doses of oral minoxidil for high blood pressure, 80% of patients experienced hypertrichosis—"elongation, thickening, and enhanced pigmentation of fine body hair,” including on the scalp.

Healthcare providers have the discretion to prescribe medications off-label if they believe it is an appropriate course of treatment for a particular patient.

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Important safety information

What you should know before taking oral minoxidil.