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Anon4298
So surely this means that a hair loss cure will work for fully bald people? I get a sense from forums that people think that it will 'be too late for them' when the cure finally comes out. I'm praying that that's not the case
Anon4298
pharmaceutical and even sometimes surgical methods are unworkable. It is men with this level of severe balding and people whose hair has been lost to scarring that could benefit most from follicle replication advances, and it does feel like medical science is fast approaching the point at which stem-cell treatments like this will become a viable option.
Anon4298
@Anon4238 I just read this on the belgravia centre website: However, whilst the MHRA and FDA approved hair loss treatments available right now can produce significant results, they will not usually work in cases of true baldness; once the scalp skin becomes smooth and shiny it indicates that the follicles have been destroyed. In this instance they are no longer open to stimulation so
Anon4247
Shave it off!
Anon4247
The truth is, is that it is EXTREMELY hard to regrow just one hair.
Anon4247
It's a scam!
Anon4247
There is no cure for baldness!
Anon4238
honestly if you're already so bald it probably won't do jack s**t*t's like putting hair somewhere where there's no hair to begin with at all
Anon4120
I will only be bald/balding for a few years until the cure does come out. However I've just started to consider that it may only work for balding people and not people who have been bald for a while which concerns be a bit. Could anyone shed some light on this for me? Thanks.
Anon4120
Hi guys, sorry if this is a stupid question but I can't seem to find an answer anywhere and it is something that has always confused me. When the baldness cure eventually arrives, will it work for fully bald people? I am 19 and have just started propecia so I'm hoping that I will be able to still have my hair by the time the cure arrives but I have always figured that if worse comes to worse then
Anon4048
Theres a study in a peer-review paper which shows results similar to finasteride/minoxydil minus the sides effect ? Name is ALAVAX, anyone ?
Anon3998
Hi
Anon3997
Here's the link
Anon3997
It's a product released in Germany, I dunno when it's available in the USA and worldwide but it's still interesting to follow this.
Anon3997
maybe the admin should mention this
Anon3997
Thank me later
Anon3997
A new hair product have been released. Google Thiocyn
Anon3940
hello
Anon3855
@Anon3716 Absolutely. In South Korea, hair transplant technology is already amazing. Many patients (like me) unsatisfied becasue of their limited hair in occipital region. If there are unlimited donor, hair loss can be fully cured.
Anon3832
Any new treatments besides ancient Rogaine for woman's hair loss (androgenetic alopecia) ? thanks !
Anon3716
do you guys think we could get good result on hairtransplant if we had unlimited donor???
Anon3534
Anyone heard of ALAVAX ? there is an article on a peer-review journal showing some results.
Anon3504
Laser
Anon3494
I got an unusual thinning line in my crown. I'm 21 and male. it's ischy sometimes but overall it's weird. wth do I have
Anon3460
@Anon2605 i want to buy
Anon3460
sad
Anon3366
been on in it for over a year and my s*x drive is wonderful. just give it a month and if you feel nothing like most people then you're good to go.
Anon3366
even the president of the USA is on finasteride. it's an incredibly common drug
Anon3366
Anon3286, why would you not use finasteride? please don't let all those stories scare you away. it's like being scared of tylenol because some people die from it. the chance of getting irreversible side effects is much lower than the odds of you being bald and miserable
Anon3344
looking to buy powder dutasteride

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