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Posted 29th Nov 2019Edited by:"jamran"

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Mixed results for me.
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Edited by: "Dait" 29th Nov 2019
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If you're not fussed with the brand name there's generic Minoxidil on the market. No idea on price but I used to buy Kirkland and it didn't set me back that much. Worth considering if Regaine goes back to full price; Johnson & Johnson really bled it dry with the pricing IMO.

Just curious - how did anyone get on with this stuff? I tried it in my early twenties when thinning started to appear. I used it a few years then just stopped using it for no reason. I don't think I've thinned out much at all in the years since. Sometimes use Nizoral but that's about it.
great spot - thanks!
schmoog29/11/2019 09:34

If you're not fussed with the brand name there's generic Minoxidil on the …If you're not fussed with the brand name there's generic Minoxidil on the market. No idea on price but I used to buy Kirkland and it didn't set me back that much. Worth considering if Regaine goes back to full price; Johnson & Johnson really bled it dry with the pricing IMO.Just curious - how did anyone get on with this stuff? I tried it in my early twenties when thinning started to appear. I used it a few years then just stopped using it for no reason. I don't think I've thinned out much at all in the years since. Sometimes use Nizoral but that's about it.



I used it for good 8-9 months. Initially did not see any improvement. However, after looking at old pictures it seemed that there was a slight improvement i.e. small hairs grew back on my crown area. Also, it thickened my hair as well. Whether it was placebo effect or not I’m not sure. However, I don’t think the results were what I expected. I thought I’d get real growth. I stopped using it for last couple of months as I went abroad and feel my hair has gone worse especially with thinning. Personally considering going to turkey for hair transplant.
jamran29/11/2019 09:40

I used it for good 8-9 months. Initially did not see any improvement. …I used it for good 8-9 months. Initially did not see any improvement. However, after looking at old pictures it seemed that there was a slight improvement i.e. small hairs grew back on my crown area. Also, it thickened my hair as well. Whether it was placebo effect or not I’m not sure. However, I don’t think the results were what I expected. I thought I’d get real growth. I stopped using it for last couple of months as I went abroad and feel my hair has gone worse especially with thinning. Personally considering going to turkey for hair transplant.

I'm a bit fuzzy on the details but I think it was the same; a slight improvement but eh. Hair transplantation is definitely a more permanent solution but it strikes me as pretty invasive. Undoubtedly it's the best option as far as I'm aware; I read about finasteride and I wouldn't touch that stuff with a barge-pole, ever.
schmoog29/11/2019 09:47

I'm a bit fuzzy on the details but I think it was the same; a slight …I'm a bit fuzzy on the details but I think it was the same; a slight improvement but eh. Hair transplantation is definitely a more permanent solution but it strikes me as pretty invasive. Undoubtedly it's the best option as far as I'm aware; I read about finasteride and I wouldn't touch that stuff with a barge-pole, ever.



oh I forgot to add I used finasteride tablets everyday while on regaine as well as using nizoral shampoo every other day. So not sure which had the most effect
Mixed results for me.
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Edited by: "Dait" 29th Nov 2019
This is coming from a bald man who is now 35 and started to thin at 19, just shave it off. These lotions and potions are not a long-term solution and I also think that a transplant is a waste of money. Don't get me wrong, I mean a part of me would love to have one and have hair again but....I often see many famous people who have it done, having it done again. Rooney was an example where he had the transplant and then seemed to go thin again...it has put me off I think.

Anyhow, I shaved mine off many years ago and now stick a bic razor on it every two days and I love it. Its nice and simple!

For those of you considering a transplant...good luck though!!
brettytopbanana29/11/2019 10:13

This is coming from a bald man who is now 35 and started to thin at 19, …This is coming from a bald man who is now 35 and started to thin at 19, just shave it off. These lotions and potions are not a long-term solution and I also think that a transplant is a waste of money. Don't get me wrong, I mean a part of me would love to have one and have hair again but....I often see many famous people who have it done, having it done again. Rooney was an example where he had the transplant and then seemed to go thin again...it has put me off I think.Anyhow, I shaved mine off many years ago and now stick a bic razor on it every two days and I love it. Its nice and simple!For those of you considering a transplant...good luck though!!


Each to their own but Hair Transplant depends on many factors including type of baldness (Hamilton/Norwood scale) calibre of hair, amount of donar hair available and of course the skills and reputation surgeon used. Also surgeons need to be realistic in what they can achieve by managing patient expectations correctly..so many promise full head of hair etc only to find its patchy or very thin. I personally have had 2 transplants (front and back) 5 years ago and my hair is still looking great! A lot of the famous people believe it or not have gone to less reputable surgeons at a higher cost and had a not so good outcome - Rooney for example.
My advice for anyone wanting to stop/slow down baldness. Get on Minoxidill and finisteride first of all and then consider HT once loss under control and carefully research surgeons!
Squishy12329/11/2019 11:18

Each to their own but Hair Transplant depends on many factors including …Each to their own but Hair Transplant depends on many factors including type of baldness (Hamilton/Norwood scale) calibre of hair, amount of donar hair available and of course the skills and reputation surgeon used. Also surgeons need to be realistic in what they can achieve by managing patient expectations correctly..so many promise full head of hair etc only to find its patchy or very thin. I personally have had 2 transplants (front and back) 5 years ago and my hair is still looking great! A lot of the famous people believe it or not have gone to less reputable surgeons at a higher cost and had a not so good outcome - Rooney for example. My advice for anyone wanting to stop/slow down baldness. Get on Minoxidill and finisteride first of all and then consider HT once loss under control and carefully research surgeons!



Any surgeons you’d recommend? There’s a plethora of surgeons in Turkey so have no clue who or where to go
Edited by: "jamran" 29th Nov 2019
brettytopbanana29/11/2019 10:13

This is coming from a bald man who is now 35 and started to thin at 19, …This is coming from a bald man who is now 35 and started to thin at 19, just shave it off. These lotions and potions are not a long-term solution and I also think that a transplant is a waste of money. Don't get me wrong, I mean a part of me would love to have one and have hair again but....I often see many famous people who have it done, having it done again. Rooney was an example where he had the transplant and then seemed to go thin again...it has put me off I think.Anyhow, I shaved mine off many years ago and now stick a bic razor on it every two days and I love it. Its nice and simple!For those of you considering a transplant...good luck though!!


Cousin had transplant done in jan this year in turkey looks incredible now!
Using this now, still on my first can, using with a derma roller, thankfully hair loss doesn't run in my family, just a little thinning in 1 spot, good luck to you guys.
jamran29/11/2019 12:16

Any surgeons you’d recommend? There’s a plethora of surgeons in Turkey so h …Any surgeons you’d recommend? There’s a plethora of surgeons in Turkey so have no clue who or where to go


Really depends on budget but would suggest joining the hair restoration forum...That contains the latest info on surgeons/patient experience/photo's etc.

hairrestorationnetwork.com

I personally had mine done by Dr Lorenzo in Madrid.

Good luck!
This stuff is meant to be one of the best treatments for hair loss without a transplant. However, it won't work for dead hair follicles, only where there is still some activity. That means it's best used at the thinning stage or very early hair loss.

I personally couldn't get in with it as I suffer from migraines, this stuff does cause headaches in some people. For me it was migraines, so it was a no go.
Guys im actually trying
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