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    Navi has anything gotten better for you? I had the same thing

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    Navi, I had PRP and the same experience. Did the shedding ever stop?

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    Quote Originally Posted by HarpreetSingh View Post
    I also had a same experience after doing PRP.
    Harpeet Singh do you have any updates?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lifelonglearning View Post
    Had the same experience from PRP
    What happened in your experience?

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    The amount of peer reviewed data that has come out in the last year about the consistency of effectiveness of PRP is pretty promising, as are the reviews on realself. Even in patients who didn't use acell, microneedling, double spins, preactivation, etc. Also seems to be some newer research that suggests using a younger donor's platelets instead of your own would have higher growth factor concentrations and be more effective, so the age you are having this done seems to matter quite a bit as well.

    Makes me suspect the experiences in this thread are more anecdotal, similar to how finasteride and dut work for most, but the threads and forums tend to attract those with more extreme experiences.

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    It does seem that people in the early stages of hair loss benefit from far more than
    the later stages. I often wonder if PRP only helps people who are younger because
    their bodies are still healthy enough to get benefits.

    I also don't think PRP deserves the reputation it gets. It's not a cure. It shouldn't be
    taken as such.

    Unfortunately medications that seemed to hold a lot of promise, like Histogen, are now
    targeting skin, and wrinkles, and not so much hair anymore.

    I really don't feel optimistic for future treatments. I just don't. I wish it wasn't true.

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