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Save up a few grand and get a hair transplant. The only thing worse than being a manlet is baldceling.
 

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Keep it trimmed short. Dont shave it. Most guys with shaved heads look hideous. This is option 2 if transplant doesnt work.
 

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Don't get a hair transplant either own it or start scalp massages and switch up your diet. A family member commented how my hair is thicker in the back. She didn't know I do scalp massages to break up the fibrosis never told her. I do them everyday for 10 minutes. It's pretty cool my scalp itches and I can feel my skin loosing up
 

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Get a brush boar bristle or something softer and don't masturbate
 

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None to mild, little thinning on top and corners and sometimes receding on the corners, but I’m 30 and this has been so gradual I have a good 10 years I hope before action is needed.

I’ve been slowly greying since about 16, it’s ramping up now, people comment on my greys, I cut my hair short and you can’t see them. Hasn’t really put any women off AFAIK
 

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None at all, in fact my hair seems to be healthier now at 36 than when I was young. I think that’s why a lot of women think I look younger than I really am, plus I don’t have any gray hair at all. I did run into a girl awhile back and she told me she was only in to bald guys, so hair isn’t everything I guess.lol
 

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This should be sticked. This is what I did and many of my friends and collegues followed the same forumla. My hair is as thick now as it was prior to the hair shedding.

Finasteride / Minoxidil (also available from a dermatologist with an RX)

Toco-Sorb (take daily)

Biotin (take daily)

Ketoconazole Shampoo (also available from a dermatologist with an RX) - use twice a week

Lipogaine Shampoo (use daily)

Lipogaine Conditioner (use daily)

Scalp Massager Anti Hair Loss Hair Growth Comb (stimulate hair follicle growth)
 

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Same here

This should be sticked. This is what I did and many of my friends and collegues followed the same forumla. My hair is as thick now as it was prior to the hair shedding.

Finasteride / Minoxidil (also available from a dermatologist with an RX)

Toco-Sorb (take daily)

Biotin (take daily)

Ketoconazole Shampoo (also available from a dermatologist with an RX) - use twice a week

Lipogaine Shampoo (use daily)

Lipogaine Conditioner (use daily)

Scalp Massager Anti Hair Loss Hair Growth Comb (stimulate hair follicle growth)
Do you have any sides from lipogaine? I read it has some DHT blocker altought they get on the scalp only.
 

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Same here


Do you have any sides from lipogaine? I read it has some DHT blocker altought they get on the scalp only.
I just use the Lipogaine for shampoo and conditioner. All men around 30 start to thin their hair. If you catch it early enough, your hair will grow back and be nice and thick. I had it thin in the front and back sides. With the regimen listed above, all reversed and under control. However, you must get a minoxidil / finasteride topical solution like I listed above. I think it costs around 30 bucks a month on average all in. Not a bad price to grow hair. I also only spray my hair now once a day in the morning, so no need to spray twice a day, which cuts down on cost. In the beginning, I did use it twice a day for about 3 - 6 months or so just get things going. Now it's just a maintenance thing. Zero side effects since nothing is ingested. It's all topical.
 

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I just use the Lipogaine for shampoo and conditioner. All men around 30 start to thin their hair. If you catch it early enough, your hair will grow back and be nice and thick. I had it thin in the front and back sides. With the regimen listed above, all reversed and under control. However, you must get a minoxidil / finasteride topical solution like I listed above. I think it costs around 30 bucks a month on average all in. Not a bad price to grow hair. I also only spray my hair now once a day in the morning, so no need to spray twice a day, which cuts down on cost. In the beginning, I did use it twice a day for about 3 - 6 months or so just get things going. Now it's just a maintenance thing. Zero side effects since nothing is ingested. It's all topical.
Finasteride, I aint touching that sh1t, I need that DHT for being mentally sharp and physically strong.

I'm in my mid 30s, I'm ready to go full bruce willis if the other option is messing up with my androgens.
 

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Finasteride, I aint touching that sh1t, I need that DHT for being mentally sharp and physically strong.

I'm in my mid 30s, I'm ready to go full bruce willis if the other option is messing up with my androgens.
Topical finasteride is needed to suppress the DHT in your hair follicles. No way around that unless surgery. Even then, you'd still need to take Finasteride in order to prevent DHT from attacking those hair follicles as well.
 
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Topical finasteride is needed to suppress the DHT in your hair follicles. No way around that unless surgery. Even then, you'd still need to take Finasteride in order to prevent DHT from attacking those hair follicles as well.
Does the topical applications mess with our test levels?
 
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