» » Hey gc, it looks like you actually have more growth in the front than
» » crown, am I correct?
» Good observation IPOD; here is the full story.
» I had early hair transplants (age 19 in 1980) and again in the mid-late
» 90s; the first ones were horrible plugs in London, the later ones better
» in the US (I still have the scars).
» The before pics posted on this thread were taken in Jan’04; 6-7 years
» after my final transplant, and at the time I started focusing on herbal,
» drug and topical options.
» I have seen regrowth in 3 areas;
» 1. My crown, where I had no transplants; everything you see is pure
» regrowth on a totally bald area
» 2. The frontal section, where I had transplants; I grew a lot of hair here
» and I don’t know whether this was activating transplanted hairs that never
» grew after surgery or whether it was from original dormant follicles.
» 3. In front of my receded hairline. I have think terminal hairs growing
» 1/2 inch infront of my current hairline. Unfortunately these are sporadic
» and number in the 10s, not 100s or 1,000s. But this is very interesting to
» me since this was some of the hair I lost when I was in my teens (>25 years
» I am being brutally honest here (I have no reason to lie), and hope that
» the information is taken that way.
Im still confused on your topical you use now
what is in it and how long do you leave it on, you listed in one of your posts to me a ton of stuff you are on, for example nettles, is this internal or topical,grape seed extract I assume is topical
I think I have my internals well covered, also a super hair vitamin I am on, if you are not on Maxi Hair or Ultra Hair you should try them, also MSM and horsetail
the maxi hair has 2000mcg timed released biotin which i have found makes a huge difference, you cannot buy Biotin separately in a timed released form
what all is in your topical, do you just mix it all together or apply it separately and how long do you leave it on, Thanks gc