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    Quote Originally Posted by youngin View Post
    That doesn't explain shit. You are ignorant.
    how come? frontal follicles are more sensitive to DHT that's why they go bald first...

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    You are so slow. This study was not done in infants or children, or teenagers. Its very unlikely children's front hair follicles are more sensitive. The question is WHYYYYYYYY do they become more sensitive. WHY WHY WHY. WHY WHY WHY. Oh and again, WHYYYYYYY DO THEY BECOME MORE SENSITIVE. YOU ARE SO ****ING ANNOYING AND NOT EVEN READING.

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    Quote Originally Posted by youngin View Post
    You are so slow. This study was not done in infants or children, or teenagers. Its very unlikely children's front hair follicles are more sensitive. The question is WHYYYYYYYY do they become more sensitive. WHY WHY WHY. WHY WHY WHY. Oh and again, WHYYYYYYY DO THEY BECOME MORE SENSITIVE. YOU ARE SO ****ING ANNOYING AND NOT EVEN READING.
    they don't BECOME more sensitive!!! THEY ARE MORE SENSITIVE BY DEFAULT FROM THE SECOND YOU WERE BORN!

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    OK let see the studies done on infants. GO FIND IT.

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    Quote Originally Posted by youngin View Post
    OK let see the studies done on infants. GO FIND IT.
    there are no such studies. Best I can do is this:
    http://www.nature.com/jid/journal/v1.../5610071a.html

    Findings revealed that both women and men have higher levels of receptors and 5-reductase type I and II in frontal hair follices than in occipital follicles, whereas higher levels of aromatase were found in their occipital follicles.
    one can only assume that frontal follicles were meant to be more sensitive by default and they didn't SELECTIVELY BECOME more sensitive...

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    And your assumptions would likely be wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by youngin View Post
    And your assumptions would likely be wrong.
    right, and your theory that follicles in the MPB zone somehow just become more sensitive to DHT due to sunshine? How likely is that wrong?

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    I think the fact abos don't have mpb somewhat trumps your sunshine theory. That and the fact the sides of people's heads get quite a bit of sunshine. And the fact the doc is charging $300 for a book/study? Most studies cost like $80 to buy, if they're more then they probably aren't for sale because it's valuable information.

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    There is no current fact that says why only the top goes bald. That's the point. My "sunshine theory" agrees with current theories. Also, I haven't read that book and only found it after I thought of my theory. Don't plan on buying it either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2020 View Post
    right, and your theory that follicles in the MPB zone somehow just become more sensitive to DHT due to sunshine? How likely is that wrong?
    UV rays cause larger sebaceous glands. Proven. Larger sebaceous glands draw more DHT. Proven. And then?

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