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5 years away,today and tomorrow and tomorrow and


#1

Iam a 1/2 year on this board.I was happy to listen,the cure is 5 years away.
But we talk everytime,the cure is 5 years away!

:clap:


#2

» Iam a 1/2 year on this board.I was happy to listen,the cure is 5 years
» away.
» But we talk everytime,the cure is 5 years away!
»
»
» :clap:

don’t worry, the cure is rather 10 years away now :slight_smile:


#3

Time is relative.

Cure is 5 years away if you are travelling in an spaceship at the speed of light.

But here on earth the cure is eternally 5 years away every single day.
Every day is like in the groundhog day movie with the cure 5 years away.
Let’s hope that like in the movie one day we wake up and it is tomorrow and the cure is here at last.


#4

» Iam a 1/2 year on this board.I was happy to listen,the cure is 5 years
» away.
» But we talk everytime,the cure is 5 years away!
»
»
» :clap:

max, you are here 1/2 year? i am here for 5 years! some posters are even more.

so relax!


#5

» » Iam a 1/2 year on this board.I was happy to listen,the cure is 5 years
» » away.
» » But we talk everytime,the cure is 5 years away!
» »
» »
» » :clap:
»
» max, you are here 1/2 year? i am here for 5 years! some posters are even
» more.
»
» so relax!

na und,kannst aber auch schneeball sagen!


#6

im here for quite few years. I dont even remember how many years i have been actively posting but its more then 5 years since i started lurking here.

All that time, some ppl were claiming the cure was 5 years away, even though in my opinion there was no or little reasons to think so.

get used to it. atm the closest there is is aderans, 5 years whould be very optimistic estimate. aderans is 5 years away, if we are lucky (<10%). Its 10 years away if it goes well (30%). And it will be cancelled or delayed, or it will fail, never reach the market (60%).

And I think i may be a bit optimistic.


#7

I would settle for just knowing for pretty certain that it’s actually coming within 5-10.

For many of us, conventional transplant work can buy years of time without compromising the donor too drastically.

But we ABSOLUTELY NEED TO KNOW whether a true fix is coming in a decade if we’re gonna risk getting low hairline work from the beginning.


#8

» I would settle for just knowing for pretty certain that it’s actually
» coming within 5-10.
»
»
»
» For many of us, conventional transplant work can buy years of time without
» compromising the donor too drastically.
»
» But we ABSOLUTELY NEED TO KNOW whether a true fix is coming in a decade if
» we’re gonna risk getting low hairline work from the beginning.

if you got donor and the money, and you are on fin or dut, then some decent looking hairline done by fue is imho low risk. you can always shave it away, or have it fued out.


#9

Yeah, there’s some truth in that.
But it depends on the case though.

I’m personally not on Dut. I’d already like to get off Fin as it is.

And if I was gonna get frontal work done right now then I’d wanna do it for real. Make the whole frontal 1/3rd THICK looking. (Like at least a good 60% of original density, and not just in terms of the first cm of hairline.)


#10

» Yeah, there’s some truth in that.
» But it depends on the case though.
»
»
»
» I’m personally not on Dut. I’d already like to get off Fin as it is.
»
» And if I was gonna get frontal work done right now then I’d wanna do it
» for real. Make the whole frontal 1/3rd THICK looking. (Like at least a
» good 60% of original density, and not just in terms of the first cm of
» hairline.)

i guess you’d be satisfied by armani fue hairlines. All in all, fin or dut and being a stable responder to these drugs is imho mandatory for that to have done if you want to benefit from it for at least a decade or that horizon.

if you want to quit fin, this is not an option for you unless you first quit it, and after several years you realize youre not balding anymore.

To pick the less of the two evil is something every one of us needs to do for themselves.


#11

4 years away:wink:


#12

Well, I can’t quit Fin without losing more hair fast.

(I’m another member of that 2% that seems to include at least half of everyone who ever tries the stuff.)


#13

To-morrow, and to-morrow, and to-morrow,
Creeps in this petty pace from day to day,
To the last syllable of recorded time . . . .


#14

»
» i guess you’d be satisfied by armani fue hairlines. All in all, fin or dut
» and being a stable responder to these drugs is imho mandatory for that to
» have done if you want to benefit from it for at least a decade or that
» horizon.
»
» if you want to quit fin, this is not an option for you unless you first
» quit it, and after several years you realize youre not balding anymore.
»
» To pick the less of the two evil is something every one of us needs to do
» for themselves.

True. Also consider that later in life, you might avoid some other
health problems (such as BPH or cancer) you’d rather not encounter
because you’ve been decreasing the levels of DHT production in your
body. This was an interesting point my doctor confirmed when I
discussed starting fin with him. You might actually live a longer,
more active life because of it regardless of the effect on hair.
I’m not sure what the statistics are, but it seems like the odds
are good that this may not be a trivial point, especially if sides
are not a problem.

I also like to think of it like this:

The “cure” (however we may individually define what may be an acceptable
"cure"), if it ever happens, is one day closer every day.


#15

» »
» » i guess you’d be satisfied by armani fue hairlines. All in all, fin or
» dut
» » and being a stable responder to these drugs is imho mandatory for that
» to
» » have done if you want to benefit from it for at least a decade or that
» » horizon.
» »
» » if you want to quit fin, this is not an option for you unless you first
» » quit it, and after several years you realize youre not balding anymore.
» »
» » To pick the less of the two evil is something every one of us needs to
» do
» » for themselves.
»
»
» True. Also consider that later in life, you might avoid some other
» health problems (such as BPH or cancer) you’d rather not encounter
» because you’ve been decreasing the levels of DHT production in your
» body. This was an interesting point my doctor confirmed when I
» discussed starting fin with him. You might actually live a longer,
» more active life because of it regardless of the effect on hair.
» I’m not sure what the statistics are, but it seems like the odds
» are good that this may not be a trivial point, especially if sides
» are not a problem.
»
» I also like to think of it like this:
»
» The “cure” (however we may individually define what may be an acceptable
» “cure”), if it ever happens, is one day closer every day.

if we just knew it was there in 7,44 years or something like this, then waiting was great.


#16

» na und,kannst aber auch schneeball sagen!

wusste doch dass du es bist!


#17

» » na und,kannst aber auch schneeball sagen!
»
» wusste doch dass du es bist!

Na und du?


#18

» To-morrow, and to-morrow, and to-morrow,
» Creeps in this petty pace from day to day,
» To the last syllable of recorded time . . . .

Hehe…,o.k!4 years,5 months and 23 days:-D and then only 5 years away!