Here’s some positive feedback:
I’m 28, been losing hair since I was 22. I started out taking herbal supplements (saw palmetto, stinging nettles, etc.) and I feel they did work to a degree. The hair loss slowed a little, but not enough to keep me satisfied. I tried Revivogen during this time but wasn’t satisfied at all.
A year and a half ago I met with a great hair loss doctor near Toronto. He immediately dismissed me as a candidate for surgery, which I find refreshing. It shows he isn’t just after a quick dollar and actually cares about his patients.
He started me on Proscar (1mg/day) and I’ve seen AMAZING results. Six months ago I started adding Minoxidil formula at night (6% I believe) and now I’m seeing a lot of new growth. My hair looks fuller and more natural, too.
My expectations are pretty reasonable. I know I’ll never have the same head of hair I did 10 years ago, but for a guy pushing 30 I’m doing alright. I’m 100% satisfied with the results I’ve had. It seems that if you catch it early enough and are dedicated to your Dr.’s plan, most people can stop hair loss.
Have faith, gents.
The above letter is from a reader in response to Reader Encourages Others to Send In Their Success Stories.
I’m glad you’re seeing amazing results! It just goes to show that surgery is not always the answer to treating hair loss. Congratulations!