Username: jerrycan

Basic Information

Year Born:
United Kingdom

Hair Loss Overview

Describe Your Hair Loss Pattern:
Thinning Hair Loss All over the Scalp, Receding Hairline (Genetic Baldness), Thinning or Bald Spot in the Crown/Vertex
How long have you been losing your hair?:
In the last 10 years
Norwood Level if Known:
Norwood V
What Best Describes Your Goals?:
Maintain and Regrow Hair, Considering Surgical Hair Restoration, I'm here for support

Hair Loss Treatments

Have you ever had a hair transplant?:
Current Non-Surgical Treatment Regime:
Propecia (Finasteride), Generic Minoxidil 5% for Men, Nizoral Shampoo, Courve
Other Non-Surgical Hair Loss Treatments:
Tried the max laser comb for about 2 years and it was completely useless. I wasted £325 on it as it was FDA approved. Still have it in perfect order but all I got from it was red burn marks on the scalp even though I used it very strictly in line with instructions just a few minutes a week. I know now why no reputable surgeon recommends it. What a scam!
Comments about hair loss treatments you've tried or are considering:
Tried minoxidil on its own but again no good. Tried provillus, procerin, apple polyphenols and even the latest scam, viviscal. Only recently started on finastiride and all I had to pay for 7 months supply wasa the prescription charge of £7! As long as you get a private prescription all you have to pay is the prescription charge in UK!

Hair Loss Forum Profile


Treatment Regimen

Propecia (Finasteride)

This FDA approved drug is one of the most effective hair loss treatments on the market today.

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Generic Minoxidil 5% for Men

Applied twice daily to the balding areas, this topical treatment has been FDA approved and proven to stimulate hair regrowth. (Read More)

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Nizoral Shampoo

An anti-inflammatory shampoo containing ketoconazole - a mild DHT inhibitor to treat baldness

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Topically applied to the scalp/hair to cover up the appearance of baldness

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Photos and Blog Updates

wigs or hair systems!

Guys, Would any of you know how to spot someone wearing a modern wig? They are supposed to be so good now that apparently it is very difficult to tell the difference. I know this 44 year old guy at work and I often wonder if he is wearing a very good system because his hair at the fringe always seems to be the same length. It is quite a floppy fringe of coarse hair and neatly shorn in round...

Created: 8/11/2012

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Ailesbury and Balckrock clinics Dublin

  Ailesbury clinic talks about extracting one hair at a time rather than the entire follicle, Is that possible and if so why are all the top FUE clinics not using this method? Their consultation involves a nurse/sales person who does not take photos of the hair and you do not get to sit down and spend time with the doctor who is going to do your procedure until the actual day...

Created: 6/29/2012

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