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After I become a Chick magnet with Acell


#1

I think I will just go to hollywood or new york and point to any of the current supermodels, and take my pick.

I will cruise the beaches of the world, and pick out the hottest chicks and wait for THEM to ask me for MY NUMBER…i am sure i will have a long line of hotties lined up

I will consult a sports nutritionist so that my diet is up to par, so that I can keep up with all my midnight sexual escapades

I cant wait…I pity the poor guys who are still thinning, while I will be stud of the world, thanks to Acell. I only hope too many guys dont beat me to the punch


#2

» I think I will just go to hollywood or new york and point to any of the
» current supermodels, and take my pick.
»
» I will cruise the beaches of the world, and pick out the hottest chicks
» and wait for THEM to ask me for MY NUMBER…i am sure i will have a
» long line of hotties lined up
»
» I will consult a sports nutritionist so that my diet is up to par, so that
» I can keep up with all my midnight sexual escapades
»
» I cant wait…I pity the poor guys who are still
» thinning, while I will be stud of the world, thanks to Acell. I only hope
» too many guys dont beat me to the punch

No offense, but what’s the point of this thread? It only serves to provoke the morons that objectify women by grading them on a scale… than wonder why women don’t like them (assuming it’s their hairloss).

I really wish the veterans on this forum spent less time bickering and more time trying to figure out how Acell can be implemented via home-brew application… safely.

Hanging since you’re prophetic about your experience with regimes, than why not shed some light what do you think it might take to get Acell to work (to get Acell to those dormant/ miniaturized follicles)? I really would like to switch the focus of this forum from weeding out morons to weeding out answers.

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#3

» I really wish the veterans on this forum spent less time bickering and
» more time trying to figure out how Acell can be implemented via home-brew
» application… safely.

Just when I thought this board couldn’t get any wackier. First, folks were sand-papering their heads and pouring God-knows-what on their wounds, despite the overwhelming evidence that there will indeed NEED to be FDA trails for the protocol. Now we’re discussing “home brew” versions of a product for which there is ZERO proof of its applicability to human hairloss. Further, even if it does work on human hair, how much do you think an Acell HT will cost? Are you going to do 20-40,000 grafts? I promise no one on this board could afford it. Acell is not a cure. You guys are nuts. A good deal of you seem to be suffering from body dystrophia.

Thank God I got on Finasteride and Rogain early. I know I can’t possibly understand what you NW3+ers go through, and I know it must be tough, but this is just getting too ridiculous. Even the board’s resident fcktard Maneless broke out of the insane asylum just so he could crow about all the women he’ll pull after he has a procedure that will probably never work (nor could he afford if it did).

Hanngin may be abrasive, but he has been dead right about every development that has had the rest of the board in a tizzy. You could all use a dose of his skepticism.


#4

» Just when I thought this board couldn’t get any wackier. First, folks
» were sand-papering their heads and pouring God-knows-what on their wounds,
» despite the overwhelming evidence that there will indeed NEED to be FDA
» trails for the protocol. Now we’re discussing “home brew” versions of a
» product for which there is ZERO proof of its applicability to human
» hairloss. Further, even if it does work on human hair, how much do you
» think an Acell HT will cost? Are you going to do 20-40,000 grafts? I
» promise no one on this board could afford it. Acell is not a cure. You
» guys are nuts. A good deal of you seem to be suffering from body
» dystrophia.
»
» Thank God I got on Finasteride and Rogain early. I know I can’t possibly
» understand what you NW3+ers go through, and I know it must be tough, but
» this is just getting too ridiculous. Even the board’s resident fcktard
» Maneless broke out of the insane asylum just so he could crow about all the
» women he’ll pull after he has a procedure that will probably never work
» (nor could he afford if it did).
»
» Hanngin may be abrasive, but he has been dead right about every
» development that has had the rest of the board in a tizzy. You could all
» use a dose of his skepticism.

First remove the plank from your own eye, and then you shall see clearly to remove the splinter from your brother’s eye.

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#5

» » Just when I thought this board couldn’t get any wackier. First, folks
» » were sand-papering their heads and pouring God-knows-what on their
» wounds,
» » despite the overwhelming evidence that there will indeed NEED to be FDA
» » trails for the protocol. Now we’re discussing “home brew” versions of
» a
» » product for which there is ZERO proof of its applicability to human
» » hairloss. Further, even if it does work on human hair, how much do you
» » think an Acell HT will cost? Are you going to do 20-40,000 grafts? I
» » promise no one on this board could afford it. Acell is not a cure.
» You
» » guys are nuts. A good deal of you seem to be suffering from body
» » dystrophia.
» »
» » Thank God I got on Finasteride and Rogain early. I know I can’t
» possibly
» » understand what you NW3+ers go through, and I know it must be tough,
» but
» » this is just getting too ridiculous. Even the board’s resident fcktard
» » Maneless broke out of the insane asylum just so he could crow about all
» the
» » women he’ll pull after he has a procedure that will probably never work
» » (nor could he afford if it did).
» »
» » Hanngin may be abrasive, but he has been dead right about every
» » development that has had the rest of the board in a tizzy. You could
» all
» » use a dose of his skepticism.
»
» First remove the plank from your own eye, and then you shall see clearly
» to remove the splinter from your brother’s eye.
»
»
»
» .
rev mine was just a joke tongue in cheek mirroring maneless post

btw why is the email to docs about Acell a sticky? above this post?


#6

» rev mine was just a joke tongue in cheek mirroring maneless post

No worries; I knew you were joking, but I realize that this thread will draw heat from people that don’t get it. As far as I’m concerned our EPIC arguments are dead and buried.

Having said that, I was serious when I asked you (and everyone else) to share their thoughts how (if at all) Acell could be re-purposed for hair growth. Obviously, I’m not interested in comparing animal models (I already shared my Doberman story), or trying to make NEW hair (like the Follica process). I don’t even want to get into the whole strip scar/ FUE debate because doctors will be working that angle shortly. My opinion isn’t worth a hill of beans, but I think throwing Acell into a Follicle depleted FUE hole is like throwing fertilizer into an empty farm field (furtherstill, even Follica couldn’t get results from wounds smaller than those 5mm in diameter).

Personally, I’m really curious if we can stimulate the CURRENT dormant hair follicles in the scalp. Could Acell be made into a more soluble form so it could interact with that dormant hair. Could it be applied with a dermaroller or basic dermabrasion for example.

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#7

» » rev mine was just a joke tongue in cheek mirroring maneless post
»
» No worries; I knew you were joking, but I realize that this thread will
» draw heat from people that don’t get it. As far as I’m concerned our EPIC
» arguments are dead and buried.
»
»
» Having said that, I was serious when I asked you (and everyone else) to
» share their thoughts how (if at all) Acell could be re-purposed for hair
» growth. Obviously, I’m not interested in comparing animal models (I already
» shared my Doberman story), or trying to make NEW hair (like the Follica
» process). I don’t even want to get into the whole strip scar/ FUE debate
» because doctors will be working that angle shortly. My opinion isn’t worth
» a hill of beans, but I think throwing Acell into a Follicle depleted FUE
» hole is like throwing fertilizer into an empty farm field (even Follica
» couldn’t get results from wounds smaller than those 5mm in diameter).
»
» Personally, I’m really curious if we can stimulate the CURRENT dormant
» hair follicles in the scalp. Could Acell be made into a more soluble form
» so it could interact with that dormant hair. Could it be applied with a
» dermaroller or basic dermabrasion for example.
»
»
»
» .

truthfully i dont waste energy hoping and speculating, I am happy to maintain what i have without it regressing, all i know is on my bald spot on my crown, nothing that is a very good supplment or topical on my other areas, has worked even 1 percent results, absolutely no change

so whatever they do with HM it will have to reverse whatever damage the body did to the hair follicles , because in older bald areas they sure are not eager to regenerate

in my opinion, the trick is to get to the area before the body kills the follicle, or kills its willingness to grow hair

in my thinning areas, it is relatively easy to get regrowth, given the right topical or supplement

in the older bald area, in my experience, it is difficult or next to impossible, at least with what I have been using


#8

» truthfully i dont waste energy hoping and speculating, I am happy to
» maintain what i have without it regressing, all i know is on my bald spot
» on my crown, nothing that is a very good supplment or topical on my other
» areas, has worked even 1 percent results, absolutely no change
»
» so whatever they do with HM it will have to reverse whatever damage the
» body did to the hair follicles , because in older bald areas they sure are
» not eager to regenerate
»
» in my opinion, the trick is to get to the area before the body kills the
» follicle, or kills its willingness to grow hair
»
» in my thinning areas, it is relatively easy to get regrowth, given the
» right topical or supplement
»
» in the older bald area, in my experience, it is difficult or next to
» impossible, at least with what I have been using

I have serious doubts about Acell, but what if it could be fashioned to increase the potency of a current regime? Wouldn’t that be of interest to you?

Let’s face it, you take allot of naturals in your regime (I’m sure you’ll be the first to admit that some worked better than others). This is no different. Acell could be one of things worth a try before its fully debunked. Maybe it could be used to boost an already existing topical, maybe it could be used to increase the hair cycle, or maybe not… Idle speculation I know, but not overly zealous.

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#9

» » truthfully i dont waste energy hoping and speculating, I am happy to
» » maintain what i have without it regressing, all i know is on my bald
» spot
» » on my crown, nothing that is a very good supplment or topical on my
» other
» » areas, has worked even 1 percent results, absolutely no change
» »
» » so whatever they do with HM it will have to reverse whatever damage the
» » body did to the hair follicles , because in older bald areas they sure
» are
» » not eager to regenerate
» »
» » in my opinion, the trick is to get to the area before the body kills
» the
» » follicle, or kills its willingness to grow hair
» »
» » in my thinning areas, it is relatively easy to get regrowth, given the
» » right topical or supplement
» »
» » in the older bald area, in my experience, it is difficult or next to
» » impossible, at least with what I have been using
»
» I have serious doubts about Acell, but what if it could be fashioned to
» increase the potency of a current regime? Wouldn’t that be of interest to
» you?
»
» Let’s face it, you take allot of naturals in your regime (I’m sure you’ll
» be the first to admit that some worked better than others). This is no
» different. Acell could be one of things worth a try before its fully
» debunked. Maybe it could be used to boost an already existing topical,
» maybe it could be used to increase the hair cycle, or maybe not… Idle
» speculation I know, but not overly zealous.
»
»
»
»
»
» .

if i could get here in the philippines i would try it but i am sure that is not likely


#10

off topic (Hair Multiplication & Research)
posted by HanginInThere, 01.08.2008, 03:47

btw why is the email to docs about Acell a sticky? above this post?

Because I did’t want it to get lost in the shuffle of posts like this. We can discuss your view on relationships, politics (whatever the f%$K you want) some other day, but right now I at least want to get the word out about Acell.

I don’t come here interested in making friendships or discussing other’s opinions on world issues, I come here to read about advancements in hairloss research and hope to collectively work together to do what we can about it.


#11

» off topic (Hair Multiplication & Research)
» posted by HanginInThere, 01.08.2008, 03:47
»
» btw why is the email to docs about Acell a sticky? above this post?
»
»
» Because I did’t want it to get lost in the shuffle of posts like this. We
» can discuss your view on relationships, politics (whatever the f%$K you
» want) some other day, but right now I at least want to get the word out
»
about Acell.
»
» I don’t come here interested in making friendships or discussing other’s
» opinions on world issues, I come here to read about advancements in
» hairloss research and hope to collectively work together to do what we can
» about it.

who said you get to decide what is a sticky


#12

» who said you get to decide what is a sticky

i guess hairsite did that for him.


#13

» who said you get to decide what is a sticky
It’s a worthy post of a sticky. Although, personally, I would-have locked it to prevent all that extra banter that came along with it.


#14

» I think I will just go to hollywood or new york and point to any of the
» current supermodels, and take my pick.
»
» I will cruise the beaches of the world, and pick out the hottest chicks
» and wait for THEM to ask me for MY NUMBER…i am sure i will have a
» long line of hotties lined up
»
» I will consult a sports nutritionist so that my diet is up to par, so that
» I can keep up with all my midnight sexual escapades
»
» I cant wait…I pity the poor guys who are still
» thinning, while I will be stud of the world, thanks to Acell. I only hope
» too many guys dont beat me to the punch

i like this post. so much truth in it. why the hell does hair make you to a chick magnet? lol. just hair alone? if you look bad, you will with hair too and if you look good , you even look good without hair (its maybe a bit worse but not that much).

i think if some of the people in here will get their hair back, it will indeed change their life. but not their dating life. you need much more than hair to attract a woman. its a bonus, yes. but nothing more.


#15

» off topic (Hair Multiplication & Research)
» posted by HanginInThere, 01.08.2008, 03:47
»
» btw why is the email to docs about Acell a sticky? above this post?
»
»
» Because I did’t want it to get lost in the shuffle of posts like this. We
» can discuss your view on relationships, politics (whatever the f%$K you
» want) some other day, but right now I at least want to get the word out
»
about Acell.
»
» I don’t come here interested in making friendships or discussing other’s
» opinions on world issues, I come here to read about advancements in
» hairloss research and hope to collectively work together to do what we can
» about it.

well , i guess this is right. for that there is the support and off-topic forum. this is why i dont make posts like this anymore which are not related to hairloss research. i have learned. but you cant do other than answer to it, when maneless does such a post.

maybe this forum should be better moderated.


#16

» i like this post. so much truth in it. why the hell does hair make you to
» a chick magnet? lol. just hair alone? if you look bad, you will with hair
» too and if you look good , you even look good without hair (its maybe a bit
» worse but not that much).
»
» i think if some of the people in here will get their hair back, it will
» indeed change their life. but not their dating life. you need much more
» than hair to attract a woman. its a bonus, yes. but nothing more.

Okay, let’s agree this is the epitome of pure sex,
The quicker we end this discussion, the quicker we can get back to research.


#17

I asked David if he would pin this subject for a week and he was nice enough to do it. I’ve said (and can’t stress enough) that I am making no guarantees about Acell. I just think that it’s worth looking into and obviously, so do some doctors. I just want to get the word out to as many doctors as possible and hope that some of them will try it. I want as many doctors to try as many protocols as possible to see which one (if any) works best.

I figured we can talk about how chicks feel about hairloss some other time.

Take Care,
Bill


#18

» » i like this post. so much truth in it. why the hell does hair make you
» to
» » a chick magnet? lol. just hair alone? if you look bad, you will with
» hair
» » too and if you look good , you even look good without hair (its maybe a
» bit
» » worse but not that much).
» »
» » i think if some of the people in here will get their hair back, it will
» » indeed change their life. but not their dating life. you need much more
» » than hair to attract a woman. its a bonus, yes. but nothing more.
»
» Okay, let’s agree this is the epitome of pure sex,
» The quicker we end this discussion, the quicker we can get back to
» research.
»

NICE!!

One thing that is definate is that confidence is attractive. It will help you in all aspects of life from a job interview to making a sales pitch to asking a girl on a date. If your hairloss has zapped your self-esteem and your confidence it will have an effect on your day to day life. If getting your hair back restores this, it will improve your chances in all of those issues. So (besides the obvious factor of improved appearance) getting your hair back (and your confidence back) may help you get more women.


#19

» » » i like this post. so much truth in it. why the hell does hair make you
» » to
» » » a chick magnet? lol. just hair alone? if you look bad, you will with
» » hair
» » » too and if you look good , you even look good without hair (its maybe
» a
» » bit
» » » worse but not that much).
» » »
» » » i think if some of the people in here will get their hair back, it
» will
» » » indeed change their life. but not their dating life. you need much
» more
» » » than hair to attract a woman. its a bonus, yes. but nothing more.
» »
» » Okay, let’s agree this is the epitome of pure sex,
» » The quicker we end this discussion, the quicker we can get back to
» » research.
» »
»


»
»
» NICE!!
»
» One thing that is definate is that confidence is attractive. It will help
» you in all aspects of life from a job interview to making a sales pitch to
» asking a girl on a date. If your hairloss has zapped your self-esteem and
» your confidence it will have an effect on your day to day life. If getting
» your hair back restores this, it will improve your chances in all of those
» issues. So (besides the obvious factor of improved appearance) getting
» your hair back (and your confidence back) may help you get more women.

this is true.


#20

»
» Just when I thought this board couldn’t get any wackier. First, folks
» were sand-papering their heads and pouring God-knows-what on their wounds,
» despite the overwhelming evidence that there will indeed NEED to be FDA
» trails for the protocol.

»
Results gained thus far would definitely help some of the guys who already have hair and who want a chimp hairline on here. As I’m completely bald, an acceptable result is harder to come by but I’m confident about success to a degree that I’m doing the experiment again using a different inhibitor.

And yes, I’m nuts. But I’m happy and optimistic.