Hi there, I hope you can help me with my predicament.
About two and a half years ago I purchased a laser comb with a years supply of shampoo, conditioner & anti inflammatory scalp lotion. Also included was a years supply of estradex drops.
I applied the shampoo etc once a day, the estradex twice a day as instructed & the laser comb 10 mins six days a week. I couldn’t believe how well it worked for me! It stopped my hair falling out, I no longer had the itching scalp that accompanied my hairloss & my hair looked healthier than ever. Everything was great until the years supply was up at which point, when I bought more of the treatment I was given regaine instead of estradex. (I believe estradex was banned for being unsafe?)
Anyway, since I could no longer get estradex my hair has been falling out rapidly, despite trying a number of other treatments ie regaine, provillus, nism, nutrofollica etc..
Currently I am using nism shampoo & conditioner with procerin tablets, but I think the combination of dht blocking shampoo, anti inflammatory lotion, conditioner & estradex, coupled with the laser comb was what worked best for me.
So based on what I’ve told you I was wondering if you could let me know if there is some sort of topical serum currently out there with similar ingredients to estradex? I never took any tablets like procerin when estradex was working for me, so I believe it is an anti inflammatory shampoo & topical treatment I require. Any advice you have for me would be much appreciated
The marketing material for Estrodex says that it “creates an anabolic environment by decreasing estrogen and increasing testosterone levels”. I am confused here — are you male or female and why are you taking something that impacts your hormones? You are all over the place with your drugs and treatments and I suspect that you are messing up your body. You have no Master Plan and no diagnosis that seems to make sense and yet you bought into every snake oil that is sold on TV and elsewhere. Procerin, LaserComb, Estrodex, Profillus, Nism, Nutrofollica… your list reads like a who’s who of trial and error.
The only FDA approved drug treatments for hair loss are minoxidil and finasteride. At least you used minoxidil (also known as Rogaine or Regaine). First get your act together and go see a doctor who knows the field and will tell you what is happening to you. Then follow your doctor’s plan and have patience. If you’re male, your plan should probably include Propecia (finasteride 1mg) if you do have genetic male pattern baldness.