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I don’t agree with what he said about the Laser Comb because I think that the data is not accurate. Otherwise, it is a good overview.


In telogen phase, hairs fall out, and they don’t get thinner when they regrow. Over a period of months, the body seems to turn on a switch that starts the anagen cycle again, and hair regrows. The telogen may last up to 6 months in some people, but the length of the telogen cycle varies by age, sex, and the health of the hair. Miniaturized hairs, in those who are balding or thinning, tend to have longer telogen cycle. They appear at the end of the anagen phase with a longer sleep period and often come in miniaturized.


Grafts are secure 5 days after your procedure and when all of the crusts are off. If your hair is tangled, use a good conditioner and a wide-toothed comb.


You could be developing some problems with your testicles that may be or may not be related to Finasteride. You should see a doctor and not assume that it is due to the drug. The doctor will examine you looking for testicular torsion or other abnormalities that some men may be experiencing and who are not on the drug Finasteride.

Why are my balls hurting after 3 months? from tressless


These photos are great. They show that you don’t need to have surgery to get great results, if you have the type of balding that responds to these medications.

I Got My Hair Back, Got Lazy And Now Back To Square One from tressless


You should get a HAIRCHECK test to find out (with considerable accuracy) how much hair loss you have had, which your eyes can’t see. (See here: ).

Knowing that, you can build a Master Plan with a good doctor on how to maintain your hair.

Mild balding at 22 from tressless


Personality and brains are the things that get women.

They say going bald is the end of getting women from tressless

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The following summary seems to address this issue:  The conclusion written by the drug company (Merck) is as follows:

In summary, a 1-mg dose of finasteride does not appear to adversely affect spermatogenesis. In addition, the level present in the ejaculate of patients taking 1 mg appears to be negligible. Thus, there does not appear to be any need to stop 1 mg of finasteride in those patients trying to conceive or in those whose partners are pregnant.


No, we have not identified all of the genes for balding. However, we are getting closer to finding the proteins that stimulate the anagen phase of the hairs that are sleeping in your balding area.

If we can identify all the bald genes, could we eradicate MPB? from tressless


If you go on Finasteride, you must think of it as a lifetime commitment. If you had the benefits then stopped taking the drug at age 25, you would lose all of the benefits and also experience “catch-up hair loss” which, if your hair loss pattern was advanced, would not be good for you.


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