View Full Version : Want to take action now

09-26-2012, 03:03 AM
Hi guys so ive been experiencing hair loss all over pretty much, its more severe at the temple hairline but there is also hair loss at the top, front side. I believe stress, and diet play a big role in the speed of this. Im 20 years old and want to take acition asap. I recently got suspended from school for 2 semesters (depression caused it)but im over looking this and want to do something about my hair.Currently im just using some herbal oils and nizoral every 2-3 days. My hair was very thick before the hair loss started occuring I would have to get it thinned out everytime i went to a barber,also i noticed there are a lot of tiny hairs where the thinning had occured, im hoping i can still save this! please share your advice and stories, also if possible any herbal supplements to go along with medication. thanks guys


09-26-2012, 10:19 AM
so many views but no reply some advice would be appreciated!

09-26-2012, 10:26 AM
I pretty much copy/paste from what I wrote to the other thread. Here is a regime you might want to get on.

Nizoral 1%:2x week

Rogaine: am/pm

Propecia/proscar everyday.(see a hair specialist first)

You may also want to experiment like I am, with these products that I've tested and worked for me.

Spiro %5: am/pm

Foligen cream/spray: Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday, and Sunday

Emu oil: Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday

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EDIT: you have so much hair, try to style it so your thinning wont be so noticeable, or F it rock out with a mohawk.

Dr. Glenn Charles
09-30-2012, 05:36 PM
Anothe rnon invasive option would be to try LLLT (Low Level Laser Therapy). There are certainly no guarantees, but may be worth a shot. In my experience it never causes any harm. Like with most treatments some do get more benefits than others. You could do this in addition to what you are already doing.

09-30-2012, 06:07 PM
Mate, don't recommend fin without first warning about potential sides. Especially don't recommend Spiro without first doing the same.

10-01-2012, 11:25 PM
Hey man, looks like you're active in addressing the issue before it gets unbearable. Have you set up a dermatologist or hair specialist appointment yet? I'd say that's step one - at least that's what I'm doing for now. Get good sleep, eat well, and try to focus on other positive things until then.

Best regards man.