» I honestly believe they thought it wouldn’t make any difference if they did
» more injection dates. As I told you before they seemed genuinely surprised
» that repeat injections made a difference. I heard their voices and they
» were really surprised. I’m hoping that now that they see that their
» treatment may be compoundable they will consider doing more than just one
» extra injection date.
So do you see how that gives us two possibilities?
You start from the assumption that HSC has no toxicity to speak of.
If the product is not toxic, but its effects are compoundable, then that should imply that “the more the better”, and that would mean they should test daily or weekly injections. But somehow this alternative didn’t occur to them?!!
OK, then the other possibility is a bit worse. That possibility is that its effects are NOT compoundable. That would mean that repeat injections wouldn’t really have an impact. You get as much hair from the first 1 or 2 injections as you’re EVER going to get from HSC.
That would be pretty disappointing, then, because – although we’ve seen that HSC does grow hair – it’s not a spectacular amount. One or two rounds of injections probably won’t change your Norwood rating by more than about 0.5, or 1.0 at the very most in a small percentage of select people. So if the effects are not compoundable, then it’s a mediocre treatment at best.
As I see it, if the stuff is not toxic, there are there are no other possibilities.
It can only either be compoundable or not compoundable. If it’s compoundable, but not toxic, then they not only should, they MUST change the dosing regimen to daily or weekly dosing!
Anyone arguing against that idea would be conceding the stuff is probably toxic in a “normal” dosing regimen (e.g., like daily dosing for Propecia or Minoxidil). You may not want to wrap your head around that thought, you may not be capable of it. But that has to be the conclusion.