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  1. #31
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    hey Grough. Thanks for the info. ive been using the triquetra for 2 months. im happy with it. i went to reorder and i noticed the price had nearly doubled! almost $50 a bottle.

    wondering if there are any cheaper alternatives with similar quality

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    Tjazz, Glad you're happy with it, I haven't found one. Hard to believe that it's that difficult to find a good SP, but it seems to be. Have you tried adding taurine 4,000 mg and L carnatine tartrate 1,000 mg from now foods yet?? These along with the topical and internal SP, have been the most effective supplements in growing hair back for me.

    btw $23 here:

    https://www.amazon.com/Palmetto-Extr...h+saw+palmetto

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    This is what I was looking for, thank you more for the link.

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    Currently a NW2? Yes, you have every chance and reason to fight it and are not destined to go completely bald. I have seen a few people come back from a serious diffuse NW6 pattern to almost a full head of hair. Yes, I understand a diffuse pattern is somewhat different to the NW scale, however both ultimately lead to baldness. You say your relative, do you mean your father was a nw6 in his 40s? If that is the case that is actually pretty good, my Dad was a NW6 by 28/29! I'm diffusing all over at age 33, and all I can say is I'm not going down without a fight. Good luck whatever you choose to do.

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    Due to medication, lost hair every time I brushed, every time I washed, seemingly every time I touched my head! I started taking Aldactone (Spironolactone) 25mg 10 months ago for alopecia and saw instant results. In 2 weeks my hair stopped shedding and I grew back all the hair I had lost in past 2 years. Now due to spirolactone I no longer lose hair!! My husband uses finasteride to stop hair loss. He has great results too.

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