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    Default Do I need to do HT ?!

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    no way, dont do a HT, wish i had hair like that haha

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    Well, I saw a doctor and she gave me a shampoo here are the names
    1. REVAGE 670
    2. Proparin
    and some vitamin pills.

    Any suggestion about making hair thicker ?

    Thanks for reading.

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    At this time you would see no benefit from undergoing any form of transplant surgery. I can't see any hairloss at all. If you have noticed thinning at the top of your head (and persons with your ethnic background often experience thinning with hairline recession) then you may want to give propecia a try.
    But that's only if you are genuinely losing hair. I see no sign of that in the photo.
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    Red face About propecia

    Thanks for the replies.
    But if i used propecia lets say for a year then i stopped using it, am i gonna lose the whole hairs i gained from propecia ?

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    Yes. You need to keep taking the medication for it to be continually effective.

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    Hi,

    Welcome to the site.

    First off, I also wish I had hair like the pictures you posted.

    Secondly, I would advise to always post up to date pictures and avoid using other peoples pictures as a basis for comparison.

    Thirdly, it is commonly accepted that the effects of any medication regime for MPB will reverse when the regime ceases.

    Thanks,

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    Default Herbal H

    Do you think Herbal H can help ?

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    I've never seen any reviews on Herbal-H though I'll say that their claims seem a little too good to be true. I would think that if it did have any benefit, it would likely be due to the 2% minoxidil it contains. Your best bet would probably be stick with Rogaine or Propecia, which are FDA-approved for the treatment of MPB, and endorsed by the American Hair Loss Association.

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    Is this a cruel joke?

    You have NO signs of hair loss.

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