PABA

Last Update May 30, 2016
PABA is a dietary supplement.
Uses: PABA is approved for Peyronie's Disease and is mostly mentioned together with this indication. Read More
Other brands: Sunblock
Category: Dietary supplement
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Last Update May 30, 2016
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Positive 191 "I think certain medications can cause hair loss (cataflam/anti-inflamatory for instance for me) but if you are not taking any drug(s) that could cause it and you are in peri-menapause or menapause,... "Read more positive discussions
Negative 222 "Now I don't have sensitive skin and have never been allergic to anything so I freaked out. ...Went to a DR. He knew what it was right away -- I was allergic to the PABA found in most sunscreens."Read more negative discussions
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Facts about PABA

Alcohol warning on PABA
There may be a negative interaction between PABA and alcohol.
How do I take PABA?
Pill
What dosages are available?
Tablet: 100 mg, 500 mg
Ingredients
Aminobenzoic Acid, Aminobenzoic Acid
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