I'm a 36 year old Asian male and I just want to share a bit from my own personal experience.
I started experiencing thinning of hair in my 20s, and needless to say I started panicking.
I did quite a bit of research and ended up giving Propecia a try. This was pretty effective, and I remained on Propecia for around 5 years. I did experience its nasty side effect though, which was reduced libido and a loss potent erection.
I promptly searched for another solution and ended up trying a ginseng based solution from a branded hair care chain in Malaysia (Yun Nam). This was pretty pricey (USD4K+ for a treatment package), but it wasn't effective and I quit after 10 months.
I'm currently on an Ayurveda based solution, by Cosmetology. Ayurveda is basically a traditional medicine system from India which has been around for eons, and this has been really effective for me. You can see the pics below (top is before, bottom is after). While the front scalp is slowly regaining hair, the top part is where the results came pretty quickly. Needless to say, I'm extremely pleased and still on this product for the past year.
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There are many products and hair support system out there in the market. All the products have one common thing and that is we are best hair support system to restore your hair back. They always try to prove all other products out in the market are not as good as they are. I had severe hair fall problem and now my head is almost bald. I have tried a couple of remedies and products but till now I get no noticeable result. Nowadays I'm frustrated and seeking help to get relief from my hair fall problem. Please suggest me any nonsurgical methods that really work. One of my close friends suggests me a hair stimulating shampoo called amplixin . He said it is the one of the best he ever has seen but this time I'm not sallowing the lure.
So, everyone, did you know about this hair support product? If you please let me know I will be grateful. Thanks in advance for your time and for the answer.
In about a week it's going to be 5 months of my HT, my results are fine and I'm really satisfied. Everyday I comb my hair and see few fine hair (about 5-10) in the comb which are obviously the new hair growing after HT. Is it normal?
I was suffering from hair fall and baldness but i was able to grow new hair using nail rubbing technique and aloe vera to stop hair fall there is a website
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I have searched the internet this question "losing how many hair a day is normal?"
I've got results varying from 20-25 in some websites to 100-125 in majority of sites , 15-20 as suggested by an amateur trichologist in richfeel clinic to around 100 as suggested by a hair transplant doctor I met.
So what is the normal daily hair fall number??
First of all its been just under 4 weeks now since my temple/ hairline lowering transplant.. the shockloss seems to be still happening (been doing so for about 2 weeks now) but hopefully will slow down as been 2 weeks of it. Right my main worry here is should a shed hair graft look like the pic I have included or is the black bulb at the end bad news? Quite a few of my fallen hairs seem to have this black bit at the end... this worries me.
Another thing is I have washed my hair everyday since with the baby shampoo at the front and my normal Alpecin at the back. I have what I think (hope) is a pimple thats a bit red abd bloody the last day or two... I touched it gently and its actually quite painfull, like a stinging sensation. Is this a pimple of a lost graft? i can't honestly see how it would be a lost graft though as I have been extra careful, even wearing socks on my hands when sleeping.
Another quick question I have is I have never used Rogaine before and thinking of starting it to make my hair lost through the shockloss to all grow back healthy and hopefully at a better rate... is it a bad time for me to start in Rogaine having never used it before?
Really worried, someone offer some wisdom please. :eek:
I hope my pics help.