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    Okay I don't know why people don't reply but the reason behind baldness is obvious and can be prevented. It's true that the sensitivity of DHT but it's not the entire story, have you even wondered why there is hairr thick on sides but none on 1 mm upwards ? The reason is there is no muscles on top of your head, if you search head anatomy you will see the part without muscles (top of the head) matches perfectly with the pattern on NW7 (slick bald). Since the skin here can't really move daily it gets calcified and calcification causes inflammation, body send DHT as an anti-inflammatory substance to the scalp but it accidentally attacks the hair follicles aswell. (In the people who don't go bald DHT does not attack the follicles, it just attacks the inflammation, here is the genetic part) Since the skin is calcified it gets dry and thin, so our sebacous glands produce more oil to lubricate the scalp, that's why bald heads are shiny. Also skin is tighter due dryness and lack of blood and movement. Doctors was able to recover a fully bald head using calcification prevention drug. If you don't still believe me there is a Japanese barber who was lots of bald people on his family, was able to keep all his hair and he is 60+. The reason why the topical vasodilator drug works is it increases blood flow and it decreases inflamation so it works, but it does cure the symptom not the root. Also the DHT blocker oral drug works by reducing DHT production then DHT can't attack the follicles. I will share all the links I know here to help eople, I just wanr one thing please share this everywhere so people can access this information too. I will share couple of videos and pictures.
    Scalp anatomy (the region without red color is muscleless and it's the only area hair falls out: http://www.oustormcrowd.com/the-func...-anatomy-face/
    Follows the same pattern with NW7: http://farm1.static.flickr.com/161/4...371add.jpg?v=0
    The Japanese men who kept all of his hair and all of his male family members are NW7:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=isoleXV8Inc&t=75s
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sEa6EH905zw&t=7s
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dGncIxAplEg&t=6s
    You can see more of his videos on recommendations by YouTube.
    Also if you are the who thinks that once hair falls out it never grows back, there is a man who was bald for 20+ years but after a severe accident he grew all of his juvenile hairline back Last but not least this is not a medl advice, consult a doctor before attemting all of these. I DO NOT TAKE ANY RESPONSIBILITY, DO IT AT YOUR OWN RISK!!!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kabuto View Post
    Okay I don't know why people don't reply but the reason behind baldness is obvious and can be prevented. It's true that the sensitivity of DHT but it's not the entire story, have you even wondered why there is hairr thick on sides but none on 1 mm upwards ? The reason is there is no muscles on top of your head, if you search head anatomy you will see the part without muscles (top of the head) matches perfectly with the pattern on NW7 (slick bald). Since the skin here can't really move daily it gets calcified and calcification causes inflammation, body send DHT as an anti-inflammatory substance to the scalp but it accidentally attacks the hair follicles aswell. (In the people who don't go bald DHT does not attack the follicles, it just attacks the inflammation, here is the genetic part) Since the skin is calcified it gets dry and thin, so our sebacous glands produce more oil to lubricate the scalp, that's why bald heads are shiny. Also skin is tighter due dryness and lack of blood and movement. Doctors was able to recover a fully bald head using calcification prevention drug. If you don't still believe me there is a Japanese barber who was lots of bald people on his family, was able to keep all his hair and he is 60+. The reason why the topical vasodilator drug works is it increases blood flow and it decreases inflamation so it works, but it does cure the symptom not the root. Also the DHT blocker oral drug works by reducing DHT production then DHT can't attack the follicles. I will share all the links I know here to help eople, I just wanr one thing please share this everywhere so people can access this information too. I will share couple of videos and pictures.
    Scalp anatomy (the region without red color is muscleless and it's the only area hair falls out: http://www.oustormcrowd.com/the-func...-anatomy-face/
    Follows the same pattern with NW7: http://farm1.static.flickr.com/161/4...371add.jpg?v=0
    The Japanese men who kept all of his hair and all of his male family members are NW7:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=isoleXV8Inc&t=75s
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sEa6EH905zw&t=7s
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dGncIxAplEg&t=6s
    You can see more of his videos on recommendations by YouTube.
    Also if you are the who thinks that once hair falls out it never grows back, there is a man who was bald for 20+ years but after a severe accident he grew all of his juvenile hairline back Last but not least this is not a medl advice, consult a doctor before attemting all of these. I DO NOT TAKE ANY RESPONSIBILITY, DO IT AT YOUR OWN RISK!!!!!!!!
    Interesting theory but it still leaves DHT as the main culprit of baldness.It raises questions about half of the human population in this planet. Females. Women have the same scalp anatomy and yet are almost immune to baldness(yes i know some women suffer from baldness but not even close to the percentage of men that do).And we know that the level of DHT in females is very very low compared to males.So according to your theory:body sends DHT as an anti-inflammatory substance to the scalp but it accidentally attacks the hair follicles aswell. (In the people who don't go bald DHT does not attack the follicles, it just attacks the inflammation). So in women's case less DHT means less baldness.
    http://www.hemingways.org/GIDinfo/hrt_ref.htm

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    Quote Originally Posted by rbrown View Post
    Interesting theory but it still leaves DHT as the main culprit of baldness.It raises questions about half of the human population in this planet. Females. Women have the same scalp anatomy and yet are almost immune to baldness(yes i know some women suffer from baldness but not even close to the percentage of men that do).And we know that the level of DHT in females is very very low compared to males.So according to your theory:body sends DHT as an anti-inflammatory substance to the scalp but it accidentally attacks the hair follicles aswell. (In the people who don't go bald DHT does not attack the follicles, it just attacks the inflammation). So in women's case less DHT means less baldness.
    http://www.hemingways.org/GIDinfo/hrt_ref.htm
    Well, the ''cure'' for it is to massage the scalp daily with the techniques in the videos I posted here, it will make the scalp more soft and have more movement to it, cauing it to become better and able to break to calcification and that way we don't have inflammation. So DHT can not affect the follicles. Even though your follicles don't get attacked by DHT (males without MPB) you will still get calcification and so lack of blood flow, that's why people get thinner hair as they grew up.You can call it a mutation or a gene mistake. As an other point as you might notice or not, babies and little kids always have the best hair, it never looks bad, looks shiny and healthy. Also on the babies/kids their scalp is extremely soft, as we grew up it gets more solid then we get quality loss of hair. Also doctors was able to grew hair on a hairless head thanks to a calcification drug. I don't think it's coincidence. The downside is you should massage at least 5-10 min a day for the rest of your life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rbrown View Post
    Interesting theory but it still leaves DHT as the main culprit of baldness.It raises questions about half of the human population in this planet. Females. Women have the same scalp anatomy and yet are almost immune to baldness(yes i know some women suffer from baldness but not even close to the percentage of men that do).And we know that the level of DHT in females is very very low compared to males.So according to your theory:body sends DHT as an anti-inflammatory substance to the scalp but it accidentally attacks the hair follicles aswell. (In the people who don't go bald DHT does not attack the follicles, it just attacks the inflammation). So in women's case less DHT means less baldness.
    http://www.hemingways.org/GIDinfo/hrt_ref.htm
    The reply for the female part is basically, when calcification happens so does the inflammation. Body can't send DHT (since it's not much produced as it does on male body) so it can't attack the follicles. The proof is there is some transgendered people who turned into female into male and got testosterone shots, they began to bald, reversed thing is when a trans person turns into female to male they grew all their hair back. I stand behind my theory. The real question is why we don't have muscle in top of our heads.

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    What is the name of the calcification drug? The videos are in Japanese and i don't speak it or understand it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rbrown View Post
    What is the name of the calcification drug? The videos are in Japanese and i don't speak it or understand it.
    The videos are pretty much graphic. Also the drug name is Xeijanz or something like that, I recommend to consult a doctor before doing any medical action though.

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    Alternatively you can consume a mixture daily:

    ACV
    Garlic
    Ginger
    Lemon
    Tumeric

    Also apply daily on the scalp:

    Garlic
    Ginger
    ACV
    Lemon
    Carrier oil like olive oil.

    This will help break down calcification internally/externally.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kabuto View Post
    The videos are pretty much graphic. Also the drug name is Xeijanz or something like that, I recommend to consult a doctor before doing any medical action though.
    Xeljanz has been discussed here before and people say that it has bad side effects, doesn't work for MPB and it is too expensive.

    https://www.baldtruthtalk.com/thread...hlight=Xeljanz

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