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Nizoral not that great for me

“And why isn’t this posted in the Natural forum?”

I had no idea that Nizoral was natural:-D

» “And why isn’t this posted in the Natural forum?”
»
» I had no idea that Nizoral was natural:-D

I don’t believe there is a single hair loss forum without “Jacob” posting there, and more often then not its something negative. Anyways, hanging my shed is pretty much gone, thank God. It lasted for about a week to a week and a half. Most of the hairs that were shed seemed to be very thin in nature, I suppose “ hair follicles were shocked by a stimulant and shed the weak, thin hairs and started growing a thicker one”. Based on everything ive read and learned almost ANY treatment causes shedding to some degree. As for the shedding horror stories, heck if you Google benadryl, there will be stories that will make you throw away every bottle of otc medicine in your cabinet. Ive never really read the text of the Japanese nizoral study, I wonder if the patients there had any shed or not.

» “And why isn’t this posted in the Natural forum?”
»
» I had no idea that Nizoral was natural:-D

Yeah…I hope you got the joke :clap:

And Apesmith…do I go around cowardly using other names in other forums? Thanks for your so positive post :hungry:

» » Nizoral…not good…shed…no like? How can this be? And why isn’t this
» » posted in the Natural forum?
» »
» » :hungry:
» »
» »
» » (many experience a “shed” in the Fall btw)
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» did you have any friends as a child jacob?

I was one of the most popular kids in class. Your turn to share :ok:

» » » Nizoral…not good…shed…no like? How can this be? And why isn’t
» this
» » » posted in the Natural forum?
» » »
» » » :hungry:
» » »
» » »
» » » (many experience a “shed” in the Fall btw)
» »
» » did you have any friends as a child jacob?
»
» I was one of the most popular kids in class. Your turn to share :ok:

was that a real school or the one that existed in your mind, with all your imaginary play friends

you remind me of the 40 yr old virgin movie guy

» » “And why isn’t this posted in the Natural forum?”
» »
» » I had no idea that Nizoral was natural:-D
»
» Yeah…I hope you got the joke :clap:
»
» And Apesmith…do I go around cowardly using other names in other forums?
» Thanks for your so positive post :hungry:

he is right, look in the mirror jacob, positive post? gee yours are always arent they

» » “And why isn’t this posted in the Natural forum?”
» »
» » I had no idea that Nizoral was natural:-D
»
» Yeah…I hope you got the joke :clap:
»
» And Apesmith…do I go around cowardly using other names in other forums?
» Thanks for your so positive post :hungry:

That you did not find anything positive in a post which was about a members ‘shedding phase’ ending, clearly is evident of your twisted and strange personality. My post, if read by a normal human being would be a great news for those who are dreading ‘the shed’ or are going through it. You are not capable of any coherent thought unless it involves saying something to put down someone else. As for the ‘coward’ statement…all i have to say to that is…RIIIIGHT.

» » » “And why isn’t this posted in the Natural forum?”
» » »
» » » I had no idea that Nizoral was natural:-D
» »
» » Yeah…I hope you got the joke :clap:
» »
» » And Apesmith…do I go around cowardly using other names in other
» forums?
» » Thanks for your so positive post :hungry:
»
» he is right, look in the mirror jacob, positive post? gee yours are always
» arent they

A lot more than yours are, especially lately :rotfl:

» » » “And why isn’t this posted in the Natural forum?”
» » »
» » » I had no idea that Nizoral was natural:-D
» »
» » Yeah…I hope you got the joke :clap:
» »
» » And Apesmith…do I go around cowardly using other names in other
» forums?
» » Thanks for your so positive post :hungry:
»
» That you did not find anything positive in a post which was about a
» members ‘shedding phase’ ending, clearly is evident of your twisted and
» strange personality. My post, if read by a normal human being would be a
» great news for those who are dreading ‘the shed’ or are going through it.
» You are not capable of any coherent thought unless it involves saying
» something to put down someone else. As for the ‘coward’ statement…all i
» have to say to that is…RIIIIGHT.

See…there you go again. So positive :hungry:
I was referring to your swipe at me…and you’re continuing it now. As for the ‘coward’ statement…right on, you mean :waving:

» » » » “And why isn’t this posted in the Natural forum?”
» » » »
» » » » I had no idea that Nizoral was natural:-D
» » »
» » » Yeah…I hope you got the joke :clap:
» » »
» » » And Apesmith…do I go around cowardly using other names in other
» » forums?
» » » Thanks for your so positive post :hungry:
» »
» » he is right, look in the mirror jacob, positive post? gee yours are
» always
» » arent they
»
» A lot more than yours are, especially lately :rotfl:

you are a poser, pure and simple

find a friend yet? thought not…:rotfl:

bet you 100 bucks my hair looks way better than yours

jacob king of the posers

» » » » “And why isn’t this posted in the Natural forum?”
» » » »
» » » » I had no idea that Nizoral was natural:-D
» » »
» » » Yeah…I hope you got the joke :clap:
» » »
» » » And Apesmith…do I go around cowardly using other names in other
» » forums?
» » » Thanks for your so positive post :hungry:
» »
» » That you did not find anything positive in a post which was about a
» » members ‘shedding phase’ ending, clearly is evident of your twisted and
» » strange personality. My post, if read by a normal human being would be
» a
» » great news for those who are dreading ‘the shed’ or are going through
» it.
» » You are not capable of any coherent thought unless it involves saying
» » something to put down someone else. As for the ‘coward’ statement…all
» i
» » have to say to that is…RIIIIGHT.
»
» See…there you go again. So positive :hungry:
» I was referring to your swipe at me…and you’re continuing it now. As for
» the ‘coward’ statement…right on, you mean :waving:

excuse jacob he likes to talk to himself
he finds it quite entertaining

in his mind he is very humorous

in other peoples mind he is a friendless oddball, :clap:

Only $100? It sure sounds like yours is looking GREAT :waving:

What side effects with Nizoral? What shed??? :clap:

Here’s something for you:

Lithium gluconate 8% vs. ketoconazole 2% in the treatment of seborrhoeic dermatitis: a multicentre, randomized study

  • B. Dreno, * O. Chosidow**Groupe Hospitalier Pitié Salpétrière, Paris, France , * J. Revuz††Hôpital H.Mondor, Créteil, France , * D. Moyse‡‡Paris, France and * THE STUDY INVESTIGATOR GROUP

  • Clinique Dermatologique, CHU Nantes, Hôtel Dieu, BP 1005, 44305 Nantes cedex, France *Groupe Hospitalier Pitié Salpétrière, Paris, France †Hôpital H.Mondor, Créteil, France ‡Paris, France

Brigitte Dreno. E-mail: bdreno@wanadoo.fr Abstract

SummaryBackground Lithium significantly improved seborrhoeic dermatitis symptoms in comparison with placebo.

Objectives This randomized controlled trial was designed to show a non-inferiority of 15% (primary end-point) of lithium gluconate 8% ointment compared with ketoconazole 2% emulsion.

Methods The study population comprised out-patients who had facial seborrhoeic dermatitis for at least 2 months, with moderate to severe erythema and desquamation at inclusion. The primary end-point was complete remission, defined as the disappearance of both erythema and desquamation. The non-inferiority of lithium was assessed on the 95% confidence interval (CI) of the difference between treatments.

Results The intent-to-treat analysis (ITT) involved 288 patients and the per protocol (PP) analysis 269 patients. Treatment groups were comparable at baseline on age, sex, disease duration and symptoms. For the main criterion, the success rate was 52·0% (lithium) vs. 30·1% (ketoconazole) in the ITT population and 53·2% (lithium) vs. 30·7% (ketoconazole) in the PP population. The non-inferiority of lithium was demonstrated with differences of 21·9% (95% CI 10·0–33·7%) and 22·5% (95% CI 10·2–34·8%), respectively, in the ITT and PP population. As the lower limit of the 95% CI was > 0, the superiority of lithium was shown. Lithium also showed better results on other symptoms: burning and dryness. Adverse events were reported by 26·3% (lithium) and 25% (ketoconazole) of patients.

Conclusions Lithium was 22% more effective than ketoconazole in giving complete remission of seborrhoeic dermatitis, with comparable safety.


Try Lithium next. No side effects!(joke from another forum…notice the “Adverse events were reported by 26·3% (lithium) and 25% (ketoconazole) of patients.”…wait…problems with keto? :surprised: )

» Only $100? It sure sounds like yours is looking GREAT :waving:
»
» What side effects with Nizoral? What shed??? :clap:
»
» Here’s something for you:
»
» Lithium gluconate 8% vs. ketoconazole 2% in the treatment of seborrhoeic
» dermatitis: a multicentre, randomized study
»
» * B. Dreno, * O. Chosidow**Groupe Hospitalier Pitié Salpétrière, Paris,
» France , * J. Revuz††Hôpital H.Mondor, Créteil, France , * D.
» Moyse‡‡Paris, France and * THE STUDY INVESTIGATOR GROUP
»
» * Clinique Dermatologique, CHU Nantes, Hôtel Dieu, BP 1005, 44305 Nantes
» cedex, France *Groupe Hospitalier Pitié Salpétrière, Paris, France
» †Hôpital H.Mondor, Créteil, France ‡Paris, France
»
» Brigitte Dreno. E-mail: bdreno@wanadoo.fr Abstract
»
» SummaryBackground Lithium significantly improved seborrhoeic dermatitis
» symptoms in comparison with placebo.
»
» Objectives This randomized controlled trial was designed to show a
» non-inferiority of 15% (primary end-point) of lithium gluconate 8%
» ointment compared with ketoconazole 2% emulsion.
»
» Methods The study population comprised out-patients who had facial
» seborrhoeic dermatitis for at least 2 months, with moderate to severe
» erythema and desquamation at inclusion. The primary end-point was complete
» remission, defined as the disappearance of both erythema and desquamation.
» The non-inferiority of lithium was assessed on the 95% confidence interval
» (CI) of the difference between treatments.
»
» Results The intent-to-treat analysis (ITT) involved 288 patients and the
» per protocol (PP) analysis 269 patients. Treatment groups were comparable
» at baseline on age, sex, disease duration and symptoms. For the main
» criterion, the success rate was 52·0% (lithium) vs. 30·1% (ketoconazole)
» in the ITT population and 53·2% (lithium) vs. 30·7% (ketoconazole) in the
» PP population. The non-inferiority of lithium was demonstrated with
» differences of 21·9% (95% CI 10·0–33·7%) and 22·5% (95% CI 10·2–34·8%),
» respectively, in the ITT and PP population. As the lower limit of the 95%
» CI was > 0, the superiority of lithium was shown. Lithium also showed
» better results on other symptoms: burning and dryness. Adverse events were
» reported by 26·3% (lithium) and 25% (ketoconazole) of patients.
»
» Conclusions Lithium was 22% more effective than ketoconazole in giving
» complete remission of seborrhoeic dermatitis, with comparable safety.
»
» __________________
»
» Try Lithium next. No side effects!(joke from another forum…notice the
» “Adverse events were reported by 26·3% (lithium) and 25% (ketoconazole) of
» patients.”…wait…problems with keto? :surprised: )

first of all its talking about dermatitis not hair growth

second of all i thought you said shed was good…if shed is good why avoid it?

by the way nice cut and paste job
your usual tactic

getting you to come up with an original thought is a lost cause

» first of all its talking about dermatitis not hair growth
»
» second of all i thought you said shed was good…if shed is good
» why avoid it?
»
» by the way nice cut and paste job
» your usual tactic
»
» getting you to come up with an original thought is a lost cause

First of all…the point is it’s the topical use of it, and the side-effects(my point at least).

Second of all…I’ve never said a shed was good. I’ve never believed you need a shed to see progress. I’ve been very consistent on that.

Was your using Maxi-Hair one of your original thoughts? :rotfl:

» » first of all its talking about dermatitis not hair growth
» »
» » second of all i thought you said shed was good…if shed is
» good
» » why avoid it?
» »
» » by the way nice cut and paste job
» » your usual tactic
» »
» » getting you to come up with an original thought is a lost cause
»
» First of all…the point is it’s the topical use of it, and the
» side-effects(my point at least).
»
» Second of all…I’ve never said a shed was good. I’ve never believed you
» need a shed to see progress. I’ve been very consistent on that.
»
» Was your using Maxi-Hair one of your original thoughts? :rotfl:

Just that I post as I type, as opposed to your one liners followed by 3 pages cut and paste study you just found

obviously you dont value your own opinion much

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