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    Quote Originally Posted by JDW View Post
    Nice one man, thanks for the summary. So these results look encouraging? I wonder why more people aren't making a fuss over this?
    I've always felt baffled at this kind of scenarios

    BNP-32, topicals with proven anti-androgen action, and now this thing get overlooked but people choose to experiment with chemicals from dubious sources and no trialing or speculate and fight about their favorite shaman-doctor/company

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigentries View Post
    I've always felt baffled at this kind of scenarios

    BNP-32, topicals with proven anti-androgen action, and now this thing get overlooked but people choose to experiment with chemicals from dubious sources and no trialing or speculate and fight about their favorite shaman-doctor/company
    Your grammar... I can't quite figure out what it is you're trying to say.

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    So using a Dermaroller without Minox may help too?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JDW View Post
    So these results look encouraging?
    I really think so. Of course this is far from a cure but, if this works the way the study suggest, I believe this would be a great addition to the big 3 (in fact, I say this would put ketoconazole to shame) . Yeah, the number of participants was not massive, but I think it was big enough and the results were (according to the study) consistent enough to let us catch on some very encouraging patterns.

    Not only that, but also it is cheap, easy to get, easy to use, and side-effects free.

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    I used to use a scalp-roller with Minoxidil. But every time, after an hour or so, I'd feel extremely disoriented/light headed and uneasy. Heart rate would increase a lot too. So I stopped. I've read of other people who've experienced the same effect. Seems to only happen to a small minority of people though. However, it did tell me that scalp-rolling was increasing absorption.

    Recently I started using a scalp roller with emu oil a few times a week. It almost immediately stopped my excessive shedding in areas of diffuse thinning. I'm optimistic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barron View Post
    I used to use a scalp-roller with Minoxidil. But every time, after an hour or so, I'd feel extremely disoriented/light headed and uneasy. Heart rate would increase a lot too. So I stopped. I've read of other people who've experienced the same effect. Seems to only happen to a small minority of people though. However, it did tell me that scalp-rolling was increasing absorption.

    Recently I started using a scalp roller with emu oil a few times a week. It almost immediately stopped my excessive shedding in areas of diffuse thinning. I'm optimistic.
    How many times a week did you used the dermaroller?. As it has been said before, this is not about absorption, you should not use minoxidil the same day you use dermaroller. In this study it was used just once per week, and of course the day they used the dermaroller they did not apply the minoxidil. In fact, I think that could even be dangerous, as to much minoxidil would get absorbed (oral minoxidil for example, is very hardcore).

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    Used it once a week. Yeah, I know, it was a poor idea, and I do think it's probably dangerous. That's why I stopped. Feeling good about the rolling/emu oil combo, though.

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    Wow...this is really interesting.

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    yea i Dont use minoxidil on the same day.

    It does feel like there is blood rushing up there, but its not a bad feeling, and my hair feels better the next day for sure!

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