» » Was on Propecia for 2 years with very good results. Then, suddenly
» » going through a long period of significant shedding. A doctor told me
» » eventually, genetics will “push through”. So, I “graduated” to Avodart
» » have been on it for almost 2 years. My shedding has stopped and I have
» » regrowth on my crown. Hairlines are tough. DHT blockers tend to work
» » about the mid-scalp posterior to the back of the head. A true solution
» » the hairline would be transplant surgery. I also believe diet and
» » are somehow related. I take a host of vitamins and supplements to make
» » for the crap (i.e. chemicals) that we find in our food these days…
» Glad to hear you’ve has some success with Avodart. I have had a
» transplant in the hairline and even posted pics in the hair transplant
» section. I had amazing results. Since halfway through avodart I lost
» about half the hairs from my hair transplant in the front - not my native
» hairs as I had no hairs there prior to surgery.
» Without jumping to conclusions: I have long hair and when I comb my hair
» back my front hairs rech just past my crown. But I notice that I have
» pricks of hairs in the front about a half inch to an inch long that stand
» straight. I’m hoping this is some regrowth due to dropping dut and adding
» Xandrox. (I’m takin avodart one time per week though from taking it
» My crown still suffers. I’m using Dermmatch for the first time today and
» will post pics of that as well.
Also forgot to mention: I bought a shower head filter. You would be amazed at how much chlorine is in our water supplies. Chlorine is a toxic chemical that was actually used as a chemical warfare agent during WWII. It dries the skin/scalp and damages hair badly. I HIGHLY recommend buying one. They’re about 35 bucks and last about a year.