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9 hours ago, deeznuts said:

awesome. keep us posted on your progress with topical dutasteride. if you could start a topic about it, i'd be super interested to follow it.

 

Also, I've heard people talk about Dr. Mwamba selling topical dutasteride as well. Not sure if it's a spray though

There is no way I can pick up a lifetime 81 dollar a month expense. It seems promising but I need to find out if anyone else is selling this and if the price can come down. I also want to take on a surgery before starting any routine.

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Cancel it. And then start your research in to a decent clinic here on the forum. The Drs name is Slaughter ? 😳

I just can't get over the surname Slaughter. Great if you are going to be an MMA fighter, infantryman, action movie star, IRS collections agent, etc. BUT if you want to be a doctor, nurse, pastor

Getting a HT is basically gambling.  You gamble on your hairloss being stable enough so the results you get hold up over time. You gamble with medications that they will do their job/that you don

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20 hours ago, hairhairhair2541 said:

There is no way I can pick up a lifetime 81 dollar a month expense. It seems promising but I need to find out if anyone else is selling this and if the price can come down. I also want to take on a surgery before starting any routine.

You should go under the knife "after" starting a routine and maintaining it for atleast 6 months to a year. That'll stabilise your loss and help you get the best possible outcome.

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22 hours ago, hairhairhair2541 said:

There is no way I can pick up a lifetime 81 dollar a month expense. It seems promising but I need to find out if anyone else is selling this and if the price can come down. I also want to take on a surgery before starting any routine.

Dr. Mwamba’s price is about $90-100 per bottle, but it lasts 3 months. 

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1 hour ago, tressful11 said:

You should go under the knife "after" starting a routine and maintaining it for atleast 6 months to a year. That'll stabilise your loss and help you get the best possible outcome.

This. You need to stabilize your hair loss for a year minimum before surgery. 

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11 hours ago, tressful11 said:

You should go under the knife "after" starting a routine and maintaining it for atleast 6 months to a year. That'll stabilise your loss and help you get the best possible outcome.

Really? I was getting the impression from all these consults that I should get surgery now and the routine is to keep after that. If you're right that's terrible news, looking at min another 1 year and a half wasted wearing hats everywhere. I did use rogaine about 6 months before giving it up, does that count?

 

10 hours ago, EvoXOhio said:

Dr. Mwamba’s price is about $90-100 per bottle, but it lasts 3 months. 

Link? Any differences as to what's inside?

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14 minutes ago, hairhairhair2541 said:

Really? I was getting the impression from all these consults that I should get surgery now and the routine is to keep after that. If you're right that's terrible news, looking at min another 1 year and a half wasted wearing hats everywhere. I did use rogaine about 6 months before giving it up, does that count?

 

Link? Any differences as to what's inside?

No, you definitely want to stabilize your hair loss before you get surgery. You ALSO want to take fin/DUT and min after your surgery too to prevent further loss. But it’s very important to stabilize hair loss before surgery so you know what kind of work you need done. 
 

Dr. Mwambas site is fueclinic.com

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Just now, EvoXOhio said:

No, you definitely want to stabilize your hair loss before you get surgery. You ALSO want to take fin/DUT and min after your surgery too to prevent further loss. But it’s very important to stabilize hair loss before surgery so you know what kind of work you need done. 
 

Dr. Mwambas site is fueclinic.com

It's been pretty stable because of the rogaine I thought.

 

This formula just seems to be dutasteride and not the whole fancy mix from Dr. Wesley though.

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2 minutes ago, hairhairhair2541 said:

It's been pretty stable because of the rogaine I thought.

 

This formula just seems to be dutasteride and not the whole fancy mix from Dr. Wesley though.

Not everyone needs fin or dut to stabilize, or they have side effects from it and can’t take it. So for some minoxidil may stabilize their loss. 

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8 minutes ago, EvoXOhio said:

Not everyone needs fin or dut to stabilize, or they have side effects from it and can’t take it. So for some minoxidil may stabilize their loss. 

Maybe that's why the doctors keep telling me I'm fine. I spoke to my general doctor, urologist and endocrinologist and none of them seem to think ingesting finasteride is a good idea. Even if Dr. Wesley ends up being the only seller of a spray with such efficacy I'll swallow the expense to not swallow potential man boobs 🙆‍♀️

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