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    Ive uploaded the originals here:

    Start of treatment 23/05/2013
    http://s1292.photobucket.com/user/Pr...tml?sort=3&o=4

    2 months into treatment 30/07/2013
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    Excellent quality photos, amazing progress for two months

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    Wow nice results, I wonder if the dermarolling will make the hair follicules more robust, specifically in terms of what will happen if you stop using Minox.

    It looks like from your photos we are seeing ethier new follicules or a regeneration of old. A scalp biopsy would confirm this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PrettyFly83 View Post
    Ive uploaded the originals here:

    Start of treatment 23/05/2013
    http://s1292.photobucket.com/user/Pr...tml?sort=3&o=4

    2 months into treatment 30/07/2013
    http://s1292.photobucket.com/user/Pr...tml?sort=3&o=1

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    Damn, these are really pretty good results! Regrowth is clearly seen, congrats.

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    Hi, great results indeed.

    But i have a question for you guys, i cant take minox anymore because i had huge irritation, do you know if i can find a subtitution product?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hal0 View Post
    Hi, great results indeed.

    But i have a question for you guys, i cant take minox anymore because i had huge irritation, do you know if i can find a subtitution product?
    Irritation? Like itchiness/redness?

    Try to at least apply a bit of it. You're going to need it. If not, perhaps acquiring minoxidil compound on its own and creating your own vehicle for it, it could be the amount of propylene glycol in it.

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    Hal0: did you try the foam? those who get irritation from the liquid often do not experience it on the foam. that's what i use.

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    Incredible progress there PrettyFly! I've just used it for the second time, ahh it's so horrible haha. I'm trying to convince myself I'm just overreacting but I swear I'm already noticing a difference in the thickness of my hair, and there are plenty of new vellus hairs.

    God it doesn't half itch afterwards though, last time it went away after about an hour though.

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    Hellouser: yes like redness, dandruff, itchiness... I read somewhere that i need to add some oil..

    Conpecia: Not yet but i will buy it i guess, i dont have the choice if i want some regrowth. I hope have the same result than a standard minoxidil.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Borealis View Post
    Incredible progress there PrettyFly! I've just used it for the second time, ahh it's so horrible haha. I'm trying to convince myself I'm just overreacting but I swear I'm already noticing a difference in the thickness of my hair, and there are plenty of new vellus hairs.

    God it doesn't half itch afterwards though, last time it went away after about an hour though.
    Cheers thanks guys but no need to congratulate, still got along way to go...Borealis I know exactly what you mean ha ha its not the most pleasant experience but what I've done and helps is get an ice block and numb the area you going to roll. Definitely helps with the itch pain thing. Also regarding the speed, the study also notided rapid growth of existing follicles a week after rolling. Ive also noticed I have to buzz my hair alot more frequently so you may already be picking up on that.

    Good luck

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