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Huge improvement switching to Aindeem

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Hi all

 

Been a while!

 

Quick summary of me:

 

I had crown loss and massively receded hairline. Feller sorted hairline out in 2012 (still doing great) and minox/propecia/avodart has kept further crown loss at bay. I've always used concealer on the crown. Crown might have possibly got a little worse over the last 5 years but nothing major.

 

Since switching to Aindeem from Proscar a couple of months ago my crown loss area has shrunk rapidly. Still needed some concealer (it isn't going to work miracles) but nowhere near as much. Very impressed with the results so far.

 

Whether this is due to the daily 1mg or not I don't know. Just wanted to let you all know in case anyone was thinking of switching or trying something different if you're losing ground or have plateau'd.

 

I couldn't afford to buy avodart as well as my aindeem order, I like to have cycles where I take that regularly to boost my results and then stop taking it for a number of months so I don't get resistant. If things stay like this I won't need to get avodart again.

 

I got my aindeem from pharacydirectGB (no affiliation). Have to pay a prescription fee so it is a little costly but it's been worth it so far.

 

I realise this sounds like a sales pitch but I'm just another hair loss brother checking in to report some good results!


** I wrote a book called Beating Hair Loss.

** It's available for FREE for 5 days at the start of August on Amazon kindle. Also available in paperback edition.

 

** Search for 'Beating Hair Loss' by Anthony Gambino on Amazon **

 

 

 

Travelled to New York from the UK for 2000 grafts in the hairline/front third region with Dr. Feller, July 27th 2012. Very happy with my results.

 

Propecia daily

12.5% minoxidil once daily

5% Kirkland minoxidil foam a few times per week

Avodart once/twice per week

 

 

 

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The active ingredient in Aindeem is 1mg finasteride.

 

Unless I'm missing something here, Aindeem is just Propecia under a different name?

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Yep, seems to be working better than what I used before though. Just thought I'd share that.


** I wrote a book called Beating Hair Loss.

** It's available for FREE for 5 days at the start of August on Amazon kindle. Also available in paperback edition.

 

** Search for 'Beating Hair Loss' by Anthony Gambino on Amazon **

 

 

 

Travelled to New York from the UK for 2000 grafts in the hairline/front third region with Dr. Feller, July 27th 2012. Very happy with my results.

 

Propecia daily

12.5% minoxidil once daily

5% Kirkland minoxidil foam a few times per week

Avodart once/twice per week

 

 

 

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