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k9gatton
10-08-2016, 12:38 PM
Glad to meet everybody here. This is my first thread.

Currently I take a topical mix of Minoxidil, Progesterone, and Finasteride in one
treatment.

It consists of thirty percent Minoxidil, .5% Progesterone, and .1% Finasteride. It also
has .1% hydrocortisone to help treat inflamation.

Excited to join a good website. Heard lots of good things about baldtruthtalk.

tedwuji
11-28-2016, 04:36 AM
Glad to meet everybody here. This is my first thread.

Currently I take a topical mix of Minoxidil, Progesterone, and Finasteride in one
treatment.

It consists of thirty percent Minoxidil, .5% Progesterone, and .1% Finasteride. It also
has .1% hydrocortisone to help treat inflamation.

Excited to join a good website. Heard lots of good things about baldtruthtalk.

Do you take oral medicine? How long have you been using the topical medicine and what results have you seen?

The topical is a less common approach. What made you decide to go that route? Any compelling research to share about topical finasteride?

Have a look at my introduction thread if you have the time, I talk about my results with finasteride. I would like to know how your results compare.

Welcome to the forum, it's a great resource for information.

elisajames
11-28-2016, 04:43 AM
Hello Nice to meet you

k9gatton
12-01-2016, 07:08 AM
Do you take oral medicine? How long have you been using the topical medicine and what results have you seen?

The topical is a less common approach. What made you decide to go that route? Any compelling research to share about topical finasteride?

Welcome to the forum, it's a great resource for information.


Good to meet you. Used to think Topical Finasteride would be more helpful. So I cut down to half my Minoxidil dosage. Went from thirty to fifteen percent.


It turns out the Progesterone really helped me grow my hair back. I rarely take solid Propecia, mostly topical.


My medication is one topical treatment. The Minoxidil probably doesn't do as much for my hair as it did in the beginning. I think it's gradually losing hair regrowth effects.