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Anti-histimine in follica\'s


#1

Does anybody know why this was mentioned/used in the patent? I have a good reason for asking.


#2

» Does anybody know why this was mentioned/used in the patent? I have a good
» reason for asking.

I was under the impression that it’s to counteract swelling in the wounding area. I have used diphenhydramine, which is mentioned in the patent. Basically it is marketed as a sleeping aid ( Nightaid, Nytol etc)
Benadryl cream also contains diphenhydramine. A big plus about Benadryl cream I noticed is that it also contains Zinc Oxide, purported to be good for hair growth.


#3

Why not?
If we consider the AGA, as a result of an allergic response to a DTH subproduct wich inflamates the follicle and this long term micro-inflamation causes follicular atrofiation. Under this hipotesis antihistaminics would be not only good but neccesary.

» » Does anybody know why this was mentioned/used in the patent? I have a
» good
» » reason for asking.
»
» I was under the impression that it’s to counteract swelling in the
» wounding area. I have used diphenhydramine, which is mentioned in the
» patent. Basically it is marketed as a sleeping aid ( Nightaid, Nytol etc)
» Benadryl cream also contains diphenhydramine. A big plus about Benadryl
» cream I noticed is that it also contains Zinc Oxide, purported to be good
» for hair growth.


#4

» Why not?
» If we consider the AGA, as a result of an allergic response to a DTH
» subproduct wich inflamates the follicle and this long term
» micro-inflamation causes follicular atrofiation. Under this hipotesis
» antihistaminics would be not only good but neccesary.
»
»
» » » Does anybody know why this was mentioned/used in the patent? I have
» a
» » good
» » » reason for asking.
» »
» » I was under the impression that it’s to counteract swelling in the
» » wounding area. I have used diphenhydramine, which is mentioned in the
» » patent. Basically it is marketed as a sleeping aid ( Nightaid, Nytol
» etc)
» » Benadryl cream also contains diphenhydramine. A big plus about Benadryl
» » cream I noticed is that it also contains Zinc Oxide, purported to be
» good
» » for hair growth.

I don’t know if this has anything to do with it but I’ve had occasional small outbreaks of hives since my first experiment and more frequently, I’ve noticed, since my second experiment. It is nothing serious. I’ve had allergies to shell fish and sort but now its has become a nightly thing. Sometimes its on the sole of my feet or the palms of my hands, ankles arms. They are very small and goes away in about half an hour. I thought it was my diet or the cold weather and it still can be. I googled up the term hives and it said cold weather, dust, diet, medications, etc. can cause this. It is an increase of histimines in the body that causes outbreaks. Maybe topical getfitnib caused an increase of histimine in my body, I don’t know. It is a very minor irritation and I thought I might throw it out there. I’m going to buy some benadryl later to see what happens. I don’t expect this to be permanent.


#5

» » Why not?
» » If we consider the AGA, as a result of an allergic response to a DTH
» » subproduct wich inflamates the follicle and this long term
» » micro-inflamation causes follicular atrofiation. Under this hipotesis
» » antihistaminics would be not only good but neccesary.
» »
» »
» » » » Does anybody know why this was mentioned/used in the patent? I
» have
» » a
» » » good
» » » » reason for asking.
» » »
» » » I was under the impression that it’s to counteract swelling in the
» » » wounding area. I have used diphenhydramine, which is mentioned in the
» » » patent. Basically it is marketed as a sleeping aid ( Nightaid, Nytol
» » etc)
» » » Benadryl cream also contains diphenhydramine. A big plus about
» Benadryl
» » » cream I noticed is that it also contains Zinc Oxide, purported to be
» » good
» » » for hair growth.
»
» I don’t know if this has anything to do with it but I’ve had occasional
» small outbreaks of hives since my first experiment and more frequently,
» I’ve noticed, since my second experiment. It is nothing serious. I’ve had
» allergies to shell fish and sort but now its has become a nightly thing.
» Sometimes its on the sole of my feet or the palms of my hands, ankles arms.
» They are very small and goes away in about half an hour. I thought it was
» my diet or the cold weather and it still can be. I googled up the term
» hives and it said cold weather, dust, diet, medications, etc. can cause
» this. It is an increase of histimines in the body that causes outbreaks.
» Maybe topical getfitnib caused an increase of histimine in my body, I don’t
» know. It is a very minor irritation and I thought I might throw it out
» there. I’m going to buy some benadryl later to see what happens. I don’t
» expect this to be permanent.

On a side note, I did use a higher concentration of getfitnib the 2nd time around. But you know what? The hairline looks like it is definitely coming back. And if the hairline is coming back, then I know hairs on top is coming also since I wounded+getfitnib the entire top. Right now since I have hair up there (diffused), I can’t really tell except for the fact the scalp looks darker. It is the new one’s below the hairline I’m hoping for to grow out. It is worth it!