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Should I still ask my dermatologist for a prescription for finasteride? (Really low vitamin D)


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Went to my dermatologist a few weeks ago and she told me I’m starting to thin at the crown and a little bit up top although not noticeable really to the normal eye, also experienced a lot of hair loss in the shower the past couple months which also stresses me out. She sent me for blood work and my vitamin D came back really low (8ng/ml). Now I’m not sure whether I should just go with just a vitamin d regimen or still ask for a finasteride prescription. Thank! FYI all pics taken today under slightly different lighting

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Yeah both of my moms brothers are bald so was her dad. My dad still has pretty decent amount of hair left and so does his brother and his dad. But the more I look at my scalp the more I realize it’s diffuse all over. Can’t really tell though with the sides and back because I get a skin fade every three weeks. 

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A couple of months ago, I also encountered a similar problem. My dermatologist advised me to buy nootropics, not the classic ones, but special ones containing vitamin D. I had little choice. According to the doctor, nootropics stimulate brain activity, bringing order to mind. I had nothing to lose, so I decided to give it a try. I bought nootropics on https://paradigmpeptides.com/product-category/nootropics/, on the advice of my dermatologist. And after taking a month's course, I was pleasantly surprised by the results. The hair began to come back, and my brain came into a state of full concentration, which is very nice to feel.

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