View Full Version : My Hair Transplant Changed My Life!
04-09-2016, 01:00 PM
Ed from Brighton calls the guys to discuss how hair loss has affected his life and how he’s chosen to take charge of his hair loss by taking Propecia andundergoing hair transplant surgery with IAHRS […]
An informative segment on making sure you think long term about hair transplants and don't just jump in!
05-02-2016, 03:13 AM
I am useing useing aindeem finisteride, I had long hair cut my hair shirt and it seemed like my hair loss had stopped and the fin had kicked in, my hair was think when I cut it, I am now loosing my hair at a rapid speed never had been this quick at all, my skin is a little oily and the hairs I shed are very thin and have no life in them at all, some hairs are ok tho, I've been on fin for around 4 months now and don't know if it's rite for me I had a full head of hair it's making me very depressed constantly looking for answers could anybody shed some light on this ?
Hi TheTruth, You have likely experienced and initial shed which is not uncommon when starting any new hair loss treatment. I would recommend riding it out for 4 + more months as only now with the tide start to turn and regrowth be starting.
05-03-2016, 02:54 AM
Hi, thanks for taking the time to reply, I am useing aindeem a generic version of fin, it's been around a month now my hair has gone greasy the hairs that are falling out are lifeless I don't know if I'm having a bad response to the tablets, is there any way I can check this e.g blood tests, also if I do switch to actual Propecia and not generic will that affect me thanks
No test - The best thing to do for peace of mind in my opinion if your questioning the legitimacy of meds is to get on 1mg Propecia or 5mg Proscar ( cut it up )
05-04-2016, 07:44 AM
Ok, this seems to be the answer from everybody that I talk to, I went to see a derm yesterday I have a massive amount of sebum. On my scalp she thinks it's telegen effluvium any ideas? It could be that I'm not a good responder to fin? I have read that this is common in some peaple