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  1. Melvin-Moderator

    Morr F Finasteride and Minoxidil Combo

    Have any of you heard about this treatment, it's from a pharmaceutical company in India. It is essentially Minoxidil and Finasteride combined topically. I encourage you guys to read this article, there is some insightful information and please share with others that might be interested. Morr F A New Hair Loss Solution
  2. Hey guys, I felt compelled to share my results. This is 5 months of Finasteride (1mg a day without missing a day) I have had no side effects and have used no other therapy, just Finasteride. At Arocha Hair Restoration we strive to help all those with hair loss find a solution whether it be surgery or a medical regiment. This is Blake, I am one of Dr. Arocha's patient educators, at 27, bummed about my hair thinning. It has been gradually getting thinner over the past 3 years. Most people did not notice, but I noticed and it bothered me. I will add more therapies and keep you posted but I wanted to share my results which I and Dr. Arocha think are pretty good. Dr. Arocha recommended Finasteride before having a procedure to hopefully avoid a procedure. Before: After: Before: After: Before: After: Before: After: Before: After:
  3. This question has been circulating and well the biggest difference is that one is FDA approved for hair loss and the other one isn't, but some users swear by it. According to the studies I have read it seems like the difference in terms of hair growth and density is nominal with Dutasteride being slightly higher. However, the side effects are also slightly higher, in the end I think most men do just fine with Finasteride. I encourage everyone to take sometime out of their day to have a read and share with others. What's the difference between Avodart and Propecia?
  4. The Solution To The Hair Loss Problem: Finasteride – Or, Is It? One of the most popular topics online nowadays is Finasteride and if it solves hair loss problem. On one hand, the people claiming this drug helped them to solve their hair loss problem, on the other hand, people arguing this drug killed their sex drive. Is it a solution or is there no way to stop the inevitable? Our research shows, alternative solutions like Finasteride are only buying time that you don’t have. Let’s dig into that. What does Finasteride Intend To Do? Finasteride was originally used for prostate problems. In time, drug companies realized the side effect of their product and decided to change its intended use. What they found out was, Finasteride helped slowing down the hair loss of patients who were losing hair fast. This was a perfect opportunity for them to convert this invention into profits and they did exactly that. What Finasteride Actually Does Finasteride fixes agents that are missing in the hair root. The main reason why we start losing hair is, in time the roots of our hair lose their sensitivity. Because of the loss of sensitivity, hair follicles cannot connect the blood nutrients to the hair. With the lack of essential nutrients, the hair follicles can’t survive and start to die. Since there are not sufficient resources for building a new hair follicle, the area remains hairless. When a person starts using the Finasteride, the drug boosts root’s sensitivity capacity. It doesn’t repair the insensitive roots, but it helps to protect the sensitive roots remaining in the area. Because of this protection, hair loss ceases to exist for a period of time. In some cases, patients claim that not only their hair loss stopped but they also witnessed regrowth of the new hair follicles. It is not very possible for the hair to regrow, because when hair loss happens, it doesn’t happen one by one. Hair loss affects a larger area on the scalp, in most cases symmetrically. Therefore when hair loss begins, it doesn’t stop until it moves a stage forward. Starting using Finasteride relieves the stress which might help to stop hair loss and also provide hair regrowth. If your hair loss is due to stress or lack of nutrients, then reducing stress or getting enough nutrients you can stop the hair loss and boost hair regrowth. So far, there is no scientific proof of whether Finasteride boosts hair regrowth. *Retrieved from ishrs.org. It Means Finasteride Can Fight Hair Loss? Unfortunately, no. Although Finasteride was the most prescribed treatment by the ISHRS surgeons, the reasons were numerous. If the patient’s hair loss is past NW6, or patient’s hair type is not suitable for restoration, Finasteride is an alternative method offered. When the patient doesn’t experience any side-effects, then as long as he wants, he can keep on using it. In case the patient insists on getting the hair transplants while the hair loss continues, Finasteride might be helpful to support the surgery. Finasteride can be a supporting agent not only physically but also psychologically. Then you might ask, why is Finasteride the favorite solution of the surgeons? There are many different reasons. First of all, it helps to stop hair loss. In most cases, when the patient wants to get the hair transplant, then the surgeon must make sure the hair loss stopped. Therefore, they prescribe Finasteride to stop hair loss. In cases where the stage of hair loss is very advanced and hair type of the patient is not suitable, surgeons recommend Finasteride as an alternative way. If the patient doesn’t experience side effects, Finasteride is not a very strong drug and it might be beneficial for your hair. In these circumstances, Finasteride is a good ally for both the surgeon and the patient. What Is The Problem? The problem is, some surgeons know this and force their patients into using the drug. From their point of view, side effects are not very important or they believe the benefits are too good. In addition, the use of this drug increases the sensitivity of the new transplants and their health. So, it helps the surgeon to increase his success. In these cases, you should be careful about what you want and observe yourself to see if you experience any side-effects. If you don’t feel good about it, don’t overstress yourself. If you feel okay using it and experience no side-effects, then you can use it, it won’t be harmful in anyways. Then Finasteride Is an Alternative Way To Fight Hair Loss? Every individual has a genetic clock. After the time is up, our body ceases to perform some of the necessary tasks. We experience problems such as hair loss, visual impairment, and skin aging. There are applications to stop and control the deterioration, however, the only permanent solution is the surgery. Like getting contact lenses or anti-aging creams, these can only slow down the symptoms, not stop them. Therefore, you might want to consider what is to your best interest if this will happen sooner or later. What Are The Side-Effects? As we researched further, witnessed a lot of patients having a specific problem using the drug: Losing Sex Appetite. We mentioned earlier that this drug was originally designed for prostate problems. Therefore, it is natural that it affects the sexual drive of the person. The number of people suffering from side-effects is a significant number. Fortunately, you only need to stop taking the drug and symptoms die shortly. So, be careful when you start using it and mindful for any undesired effects on you. Financial Aspects After all this confusion, we decided to use math to solve the problem. Hair loss starts on average at the age of 26 and stops somewhere around 45. this means, there is a high chance that if you are losing hair, this will be on for 15-20 years. If you use Finasteride as a side method to stop hair loss until you get the hair transplants, let’s say, for two years, then financially it won’t burden you much. But if you plan on preventing your hair loss only with Finasteride, in twenty years, it costs you more than the most expensive surgeon’s rate. The best thing to do is, once the hair loss begins, monitor it. Get free consultations from different surgeons to see what they think about the prospect of hair loss. If your hair loss is fast, you will reach the end of hair loss fast. Then, you can get a hair transplant procedure to fix your problem. But if you lose hair gradually, then you might consider using alternative methods. In a few cases, it is reported that the hair loss was stopped and reversed but that would be shooting for stars. Some Suggestions A decent approach would be monitoring your hair loss speed and looking for a good doctor to guide you at the same time. If you can find your ideal doctor in the early stages, you will have more time to know him and decide if you can trust him. If you trust him, when you decide to get a procedure, you will have found your doctor. If you are convinced it will take a very long time, get a surgery instead. With the price alternatives in different countries, you can get a second procedure if it is really necessary. Financially, the best course of action would be planning different possible paths you might need to go, and comparing them. In the end, you can see the possibilities and make a choice accordingly. Minoxidil and PRP Treatments Finasteride is the most popular treatment method in the industry. However, there are alternatives. If you experience side-effects or Finasteride doesn’t work on your hair, PRP can also be another way of restoring hair. However, the effectiveness and duration of PRP make it questionable like Finasteride. PRP is a very effective method if you are willing to invest some serious money and time in it. It is more effective than Finasteride and Minoxidil but the problem is, it is not permanent. A few months after the last session, you lose what you have gained. Therefore, its high cost and short duration of effect make it a low cost-effective option. If in the future, its technology can develop into something permanent, or its results can last for longer with a lesser cost, PRP can be a major method for restoring hair. Unfortunately, for now, we will have to wait and see the developments. *Retrieved from ishrs.org Minoxidil, on the other hand, has a different story than PRP and Finasteride. Minoxidil is simpler than those two to use, and it is for external application. It is a hairspray that intends to slow down the hair loss. What’s interesting about Minoxidil is, %73 of the surgeons see it more as a post-surgery treatment. ISHRS reports prove that it is the most common post-surgery treatment prescribed by the doctors. Because there are no side effects, surgeons prescribe it just in case it might help any hair loss prevention or new graft healing. The Verdict Finasteride, PRP or Minoxidil, any alternative method out there is to prevent hair loss, not for hair regrowth. Unfortunately, the current level of technology can’t provide an alternative solution to the hair loss problem. Even though current alternatives may help to slow the process down or stop it after a while genes do what they do and hair starts to fall again. We understand you, it is not easy to accept it and you have every reason to keep looking for alternative solutions. But when you are ready to solve this problem for good, make sure that you find a decent surgeon. Make sure that you make an in-depth search and get a lot of consultation from different clinics. If you study well and be patient, you will find your ideal doctor. Good things take time to happen, eventually, you will get there. Good Luck!
  5. Hey Guys, This can be a bit of a controversial topic, but I get so many questions as to why I stopped using Propecia and whether it is safe to use, well the fact is that yes for the majority of men it is safe to use, but that doesn't mean that it is side effect free. At the end of the day, it is a personal choice whether to use Propecia, just like it's a personal choice to have surgery. What do you guys think? Is Propecia Safe To Use?
  6. This is actually a common question that I get asked all the time, the truth is you can find pretty cheap alternatives to Propecia and Rogaine and even find Nizoral online for cheap. If you guys are interested I wrote an article about the cheapest proven treatments for hair loss, any other treatments you guys would like to add? Best Low Budget Hair Loss Treatments
  7. Hi All, I am looking for advice. I am turning 30 in a few months and over the last year have noticed my hair is feeling thinner. Over the last few month, it definitely seems that i am getting much faster recession on my temples and it looks like i have lost a few mm on my hairline as there are now hairs the same length growing in front of it. I am also losing smaller hairs of around 2/3cm. Probably losing between 100/150 hairs a day (that I notice) and have some slight itching and dandruff that I have never had before. Nothing on the crown although definitely feels thinner and looks it when looking through my hairline. As ridiculous as it sounds hair loss has been a fear of mine for a long time as my father started balding at 18 and the process only took 5 years. This has been driving me crazy over the last month and I have become a little obsessive. No one has noticed or mentioned it yet even my girlfriend, but i am afraid it is just a matter of time. Asked my hairdresser who wasn’t sure but said there could possibly be more temple recession than previously. After scouring various articles and forums for weeks would starting to take finasteride1mg or Avodart .5 now be a good idea? I am fully aware if i start it would be a life long commitment. The other option in to wait and get a FUT at some point especially as the shred i will experience will terrify me? Any advice would be great
  8. Hi everyone, If you can add any value to my topic then please feel free to comment. I have been looking into a fue to lower my hairline, I have minimal recession and I am 29 years old (My hairline has always been terrible, so don't feel need to take finasteride just yet). However I have been reading transplant stories on this site and it seems that the surgeons sometimes request patients be on finasteride prior to the surgery. Is this to prevent further loss or do you think it is to aid the success of the transplanted hairs? Many Thanks P3not
  9. On August 3rd 2014, I underwent my first FUE hair transplant, performed by Doctor John Diep of Los Gatos, California. Dr. Diep transplanted a total of 2,460 grafts in the front half of my head. He recreated my hairline and added grafts further back to increase density. The result was fantastic (link: https://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/topic/39774-2460-fue-hair-transplant-by-doctor-john-diep/), so I decided to quit using Minoxidil. I knew I'd pay for it, but decided that a second transplant to restore healthy hair in my problem area would be far better than taking Minoxidil for life. A quick side note; Minoxidil made my face puffy and caused deep creases/wrinkles to form on my forehead. On November 17th 2015, Dr. Diep transplanted an additional 2,220 grafts (link: https://www.hairrestorationnetwork.com/topic/43867-second-fue-ht-by-dr-diep-2220-grafts-to-improve-density-4700-grafts-total/). Enough said. Here is my update. Just 3 weeks shy from my 4 year hair transformation anniversary. Thank you so much Dr. Diep, you're truly a master and have made me a calmer and happier person.
  10. This 29-year-old patient had prior FUE sessions in the frontal region and midscalp areas of his crown. The FUE procedures included beard FUE grafts into his midscalp. He desired more hair in his crown, but his donor reserve was limited and - in his 20s - he was almost certain to have more thinning in his donor region. This patient received 2 PRP sessions as well as the daily use of the topical hair growth blend (HGB) provided by Dr. Wesley. The images depict the patient before and about one year after initiating this non-surgical therapy.
  11. Hi guys, Hi, I've always had a head of thick, curly hair. All my life I suffered from depression, but when I turned 20 it was at its worst. I made the stupid mistake of taking steroids as a means of getting some control over my life through my body. After a year on steroids I realised how foolish I had been, and stopped. When I truly registered the irreversible damage I had done to my hair I began taking Finasteride and Minoxidil. This has halted the hairline recession that the testosterone caused. Prior to the use of testosterone, I never experienced hair loss. My question is: Given the the fact that I didn't lose hair before taking high dose testosterone (500-750mg) and the fact that Finasteride and Minoxidil have halted the hair loss, should it be okay for me to get a small hairline transplant without having to worry too much about chasing my hairline? - Obviously I do not expect to return to my original hairline, as I know this would look unnatural at an older age. I simply want to add a bit to my hairline to hide some of the damage I have done. PS - I have attached a photo of my current hairline (shaved the sides, usually they are bushy) and a photo of my old hairline from 3 years ago. PS again - please do not flame me for using steroids. I was in a very dark place and did not consider the consequences. I know exactly how stupid it was, and have learned from my mistakes.
  12. Hi everyone, need some help. Background: So I am 22 years old. After a year on testosterone replacement therapy due to faulty body signalling, I noticed for the first time some hairline recession. Nothing too serious, but noticeable enough to bother me and cause me psychological stress. Prior to the replacement therapy, I had a full head of thick, bushy hair. Aside from the hairline recession my hair has remained the same. I have since agreed with the doctor to dial back on the testosterone dosage by 15% and have been using Finasteride, Minoxidil and Nizoral shampoo for the last 2-3 months. The hair loss is continually slowing down. Ideally I would like to have a small hairline transplant to recover a bit of what I have lost - I am not looking at recovering all of it as I know this would look unnatural later on. Being my age, my concern is obviously about the hair loss progressing. Thus I have decided to wait and stay on the Finasteride for at least another year to see how things go. Hence I have two follow up questions: My Questions: 1. If over the next year on Finasteride + Minoxidil I experience no further hair loss, or better yet partial reversal, Can I then potentially consider a hairline transplant without worrying about chasing my hairline? 2. Stemming from this, if I have success with the Finasteride and it halts all hair loss, will the Finasteride continue to remain effective over the coming years or does it become less effective? (I haven't managed to find any studies that suggest that it loses effectiveness over time) PS - I know that I am very young to be considering a transplant. Please do not get the wrong impression, this is not a decision I am taking lightly, and I am weighing up the risks. i will only go forward with it if I can be assured that the Finasteride will remain effective and therefore I do not have to worry about further recession. Please focus on my questions and not on my age. Thanks guys
  13. tedesco

    Seb derm and finasteride

    Just registered so i could post but i have some questions regarding sebborheic dermatitis and finasteride. Probably a NW2. Im 24 years of age and have only really noticed rapid hair loss in the crown and temples in the last two years. I have currently been diagnosed with sebborheic dermatitis and appears in my scalp, t zone, eyebrows and above my lip in my beard hair. I would say it is pretty mild in the sense that i manage it by using apple cider vinegar topically regularly which usually keeps it at bay for 2 days before i need to treat again. Through my high school years i did suffer from ocular rosacea but manage to grow out of it until the last 3 years where seborrheic dermatitis has formed but could be a relapse of rosacea or both possibly. As i said im very on top of it by watching certain foods i eat and treating regularly. To the point exactly, im worried that potentially taking finasteride will exacerbate my seb derm and maybe make it harder to handle. If anyone has any input or insight that would be awesome as this is mainly reason i am reluctant to take fin as i have read that some people have broken out after a couple years of use. So if i have it now would it get worse potentially?
  14. I started taking finasteride at the beginning of the year. Before I did, I got a baseline test of many of my different hormone levels (everything was in the normal range). I initially took 1mg and noted fairly immediate sexual side effects. I then lowered it, and stared taking 1/4 of a pill every other day (so basically, 0.125mg). I noticed some occasional sides, but nothing too dramatic. After 3 months, I got my DHT level checked and started taking 1/4 pill every day (0.25mg) and noticed some increased side effects. I just got my test results back, my DHT level went from 63 ng/dL before finasteride to 12 ng/dL while taking 1/4 eod: 0.125mg. My question is, is that an effective drop in DHT, enough to result in the cessation of hair loss? And if so, should I drop back down 0.125mg, or go off of it until the sides are gone before starting back up at just 0.125mg? Thanks.
  15. Good Afternoon, I recently ordered Finpecia from AllDayChemist and it has come in 3 tables in a row instead of 2 in a row (my friend has 2 tablets in a row with his) Is this normal or is my Finpecia counterfeit?
  16. Hi guys, Have been lurking on these forums for a while, finally making it official and joining. Posting this here and another couple of the forums because I haven't seen much about it yet, but have any of you read about, used, or found suppliers for topical finasteride? I've had the side effects many of you have and stressed about continuing to use it orally but I found some studies that show the topical looks very promising and could be effective without the side effects. Any thoughts or recommendations?
  17. Hey y'all, I've been at a crossroads with my hair loss for a while now since a teenager. I'd love your guys opinion. I'm 22 years old Dealt with hair loss since I was about 17 Been on Finasteride and Rogaine since 17 For the most part finasteride and rogaine have been very good to me, I've never had super thick hair and it's never been super thin either. Since I was diagnosed with male pattern baldness it's been in the middle with the help of these products. I would say it's been great for my confidence to have hair, than be bald so it helped me alot. I turned 22 oct 2nd of this year and with my girlfriend I noticed my dick wasn't getting as hard as it usually did. Then as the days went on, I noticed I couldn't get it up to p*rn or even masterbating, and when I did it was always like barely hard but could bring me to orgasm. There were even days I tried to get it up and it wasn't going at all, which scared me very much. I've never had side effects other then zero morning wood and watery semen, but I always looked past that for hair. My question is clearly I'm guessing the lack of DHT is lowering my testosterone so much that I'm now dealing with side effects, sexually.. which scares me to death. I've been off Propecia since then for a couple of weeks and it's thankfully so much easier to get harder, no days where it hasn't work since I stopped. My semen is still watery but has more white in it then ever which I enjoy. My energy has gone up, I just feel overall better. I feel like finasteride has also made my dick smaller. If just doesn't look as big as it used to, maybe lack of blood flow.. not sure. It's not even close to 100% pre finasteride state but it's definitely the best it's been in a long time. But with improved penis function I've also noticed hairs in the front of my hairline shrinking.. and it's clearly from my male pattern baldness.. the hairs seem to be retuning to a receding state.. so now I'm stuck with.. do I keep using this drug and try to save the hair I still have with the risk of permanent sexual problems? Or quit and just live with what rogaine and regenpure shampoo can keep me? I worry these won't be enough to stop my male pattern baldness.. but I also can't live my life with sexual side effects. Id rather be healthy sexually then anything else.. what should I do? I wish this wasn't happening to me.. I just want to live a normal young mans life.. it's been very depressing watching my hair shrink but also I don't want to risk my sexual life.. help
  18. Is the generic fin (I think it's called Proscar) actually any worse than the regular one? Is it at all worth paying the extra money?
  19. I have always kept a very natural lifestyle and am not interested in taking any medication in perpetuity. I'm also concerned with potential sexual side effects to the point I've ruled out taking it. I'm getting a 1600 graft FUE session next month and will take minoxidil afterward to ensure the new grafts take hold and to minimize shock loss. But I expect to stop taking in after about 6 months, and never Finasteride / Propecia. Has anybody done this? And how did it affect your outcome. Many thanks.
  20. TommySan

    First day on Propecia

    Ok not the product. Just generic Finasteride. Wish me luck! My Dr hooked me up with the 5mg one.
  21. Hi to everybody here again! As you can see from what I posted on this forum before, I started minoxidil and finasteride 1.25mg every day last june, and I had initiall shedding, a lot, a lot of shedding, and a lot of dandruff and itching problems caused by minoxidil in first two months of tratment. Back then, a member ''HARIRI'' gave me advice here to use shampoo Sebamed to treat my dandruff and that shampoo really helped me and my dandruff and itching problems gone rapidly (thank you HARIRI if you are reading this). After 4 months of treatment I've got some crazy great regrowth, and I was extremely happy with that. But, in middle of december my hair started to shed again, and it is still shedding very much. I have lost lot of my gains but my hair is still way better than the baseline. I read that it is very common that second shedding happens, but I did not find much people posting if the hair returns back stronger after second shedding or not, so if any of you had similar experience I would like to tell me how it was? Also, the thing that is very rare to me is that my dandruff and itching problems returned also with shedding. Is that okay or is a bad sign that meds are not working well anymore? Also to add that I haven't changed anything in my regimen, the shampoo that I use is also the same. Sorry for the long post, but you can imagine that I am vorried about this a lot. Any response is highly appreciated. Thanks.
  22. Hello, I wanted to get your opinion on which is better, finasteride or dutasteride? Please include the following: 1. how long you have been taking it 2. dose 3. what side effects experienced 4. did you discontinue b/c of side effects Thanks in advance
  23. A 24 yr old Asian male requested to dense pack the fronto temporal angles and fill in the crown adequately. He was informed about the fact that he would need subsequent procedures to fill more loss in future as Androgenetic Alopecia is progressive. He was advised to take oral Finasteride for maintaining the existing hair in an attempt to post pone the patterned loss. 3435 FUGs were harvested out of which 1150 FUGs were used for the crown area. Dense packing and a good number of three hair grafts helped achieve a fuller appearance. The pictures were taken three years after the procedure. One hair grafts = 690 Two hair grafts = 2510 Three hair grafts = 235 Total number of grafts = 3435 Total number of hair = 6330 The youngster could not have asked for more
  24. We are all concerned about Finasteride side effects that can affect our sexual life. I've searched the Internet and found out that there are other medications such as antihypertensive and anti depressants that can cause sexual problems. So, would you take a medication for example prescribed to lower your blood pressure, knowing that it can cause you sexual problems?
  25. Hello all! I've been taking the standard regimen of hair-stimulating meds for 11 months now - 2 applications of 5% Minoxidil every day + 1mg of Finasteride every day + Nizoral shampoo every few days. I turned 25 last December and I've been losing my hair since I was 17. 6 weeks ago at the beginning of April I broke out in a nasty rash on my neck and forehead, and developed severe dandruff. At first I thought I had had an allergic reaction to something so I stopped using certain cosmetics (e.g., toner, moisturiser.) Then I thought there might be something in the water (?) in my new apartment. Then I thought perhaps there was damp in my new apartment....you get the idea. 3 weeks ago I found myself back at my general practitioner's for the fourth time to finally be told that I had a fungal infection, which I have since been treating on various anti-fungal creams and shampoos. I have just this week come to the conclusion that my reaction must be to the Minoxidil. I had previously thought that switching from Rogaine to Kirkland Minoxidil back in November 2011 may have been the reason - using a cheaper brand, etc. But after starting back on Rogaine last month, my infection has not altered. Only this week in fact - since I stopped applying Minoxidil on Monday - have I made progress with my fungal infection. My dandruff has reduced significantly and my scalp is less inflamed and sore. I have uploaded 4 photos of my scalp which shows my progression over the course of the last 11 months on the meds. I'd like advice, though, and what the next few weeks and months are going to be like for me now that I have decided to stop using Minoxidil: - Will I lose hair if I stop using Minoxidil BUT carry on using Finasteride and Nizoral? - Do you think I can go back to Minoxidil after my fungal infection has completely gone? - Has anyone been in this situation? If so, what happened to you? I'm considering a transplant to fill in my receding hairline early next year, but I'm now worried that I'm going to lose some/most/all of the hair I have gained since I started using Minoxidil, and that Finasteride on its own won't be enough to retain the precious hair which I have now, especially on my crown, to make me an ideal transplant candidate. Thanks for reading and I look forward to your feedback. Regards Harry
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