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My 25-yo nephew


#1

Not looking good. Says he doesn’t care and won’t try to fight it. I sure would have cared at that age.


#2

If he REALLY dosent care then let him alone…truly not caring is another form of cure…although I personally think he should get on Propecia and (maybe?) rogaine to save what he has…he may not care now but if it gets bad enough he may start to care…and then it might be too late to get back what he has now with the drugs ???


#3

Do you have his permission to post his pic? I really hope so. Leave him alone. Why do you care if he says he doesn’t.


#4

Maybe this is slats7 himself…


#5

» If he REALLY dosent care then let him alone…truly not caring
» is another form of cure…although I personally think he should get on
» Propecia and (maybe?) rogaine to save what he has…he may not care now
» but if it gets bad enough he may start to care…and then it might be
» too late to get back what he has now with the drugs ???

I’ve never said a word to him. His father, who still has most of his hair thanks to Propecia, has. Then again, he’s never been sensitive to other people’s feelings. I just thought it was strange (uplifting?) that a man this young would be so cavalier about hair loss.


#6

» » If he REALLY dosent care then let him alone…truly not
» caring
» » is another form of cure…although I personally think he should get
» on
» » Propecia and (maybe?) rogaine to save what he has…he may not care
» now
» » but if it gets bad enough he may start to care…and then it might
» be
» » too late to get back what he has now with the drugs ???
»
» I’ve never said a word to him. His father, who still has most of his hair
» thanks to Propecia, has. Then again, he’s never been sensitive to other
» people’s feelings. I just thought it was strange (uplifting?) that a man
» this young would be so cavalier about hair loss.

Maybe he’s seen what stress it as caused his father,worrying about his hairloss!


#7

»
»
» Not looking good. Says he doesn’t care and won’t try to fight it. I sure
» would have cared at that age.

Your a complete jerk, if he is not worried why the hell are you? What a really crappy post and strange too.


#8

»
» Your a complete jerk, if he is not worried why the hell are you? What a
» really crappy post and strange too.

Don’t be so hard on this guy. His 25 year old nephew is taking a picture of himself. I think that is the hint!


#9

Well I have found a site where guys rejoice their baldness, are totally against HT and post in forums. I signed up as “hairtech” and it took me a week to get accepted because they were very against any surgical or meds. In fact most of them shave their heads slick bald. I thought it was enlightening to see the opposite of what we see around here. Shaving is not for everyone though.

So my point is that this 25 year old probably doesn’t care what his hair looks like… and that is good.


#10

» Well I have found a site where guys rejoice their baldness, are totally
» against HT and post in forums. I signed up as “hairtech” and it took me a
» week to get accepted because they were very against any surgical or meds.
» In fact most of them shave their heads slick bald. I thought it was
» enlightening to see the opposite of what we see around here. Shaving is
» not for everyone though.
»
» So my point is that this 25 year old probably doesn’t care what his hair
» looks like… and that is good.

Yeah, he would want to do saw palmetto and other natural remedies. He only needs to satisfy himself.


#11

which might be doing nothing.:wink:


#12

» which might be doing nothing.:wink:

These days, buzzes and shaves are acceptable. Lots of us started losing hair around 1990 or so, before the big wave of buzzes and shaves hit…and were socialized during the seventies and eighties, when big hair was the thing. These days, a young man is perfectly “normal” to just cut it short/off and forget about it.

Good for him…


#13

» » which might be doing nothing.:wink:
»
»
» These days, buzzes and shaves are acceptable. Lots of us started losing
» hair around 1990 or so, before the big wave of buzzes and shaves
» hit…and were socialized during the seventies and eighties, when
» big hair was the thing. These days, a young man is perfectly “normal” to
» just cut it short/off and forget about it.
»
»
» Good for him…

I agree if he doesnt care he should just shave it down and forget about it.


#14

good points Johnny E and Benji… good points.