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This solution has been utilized in mice for more than 20 years. Some human work has been done but as of late, we have not seen successful hair growth in humans from this approach.  Nevertheless, worth viewing if you don’t know much about stem cell research and hair growth

 

This is a man that again went to Turkey had developed this donor area problem probably reflecting either shock loss or direct donor site depletion

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The following journal article seems to address this problem:  https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/pdf/10.2164/jandrol.109.009381

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.

 

We all know that heart attacks and cancer are the two leading causes of death in the US, but did you know that preventable errors in hospitals cause 440,000 deaths a year and is the third-leading cause of fatalities, not only in the US but also in the UK? We take an Electrocardiogram (ECG) to detect heart disease and various other tests for early detection of cancer, but what can you do to prevent your unintended death from an error in the hospital where you’re life needs to be saved?  The key is to get involved in your hospital care, and don’t always accept what you hear and see without asking questions.

 

Ref: New Scientist 19, May 2018

 

Yes, but the normal, non-balding male’s number of life cycles are not limited. In a balding male, they may be limited in the balding area to between 5-8 depending on the length of the cycle and the age that it kicks in. My grandfather, at the age of 102, had the same hairline as when he was 5 years old.  I suspect, if he did not die then, his hair would have kept growing and growing.

Hair follicle life-cycles limited? from tressless

 

I am sick to my stomach and vomit often. I have diarrhea, pain in my shoulder, and have lost strength in my hands. What is happening to me?

 It sounds like you are having a panic type of symptoms, possibly from taking the drug. I would consider stopping the medication and seeing what happens.

 

If a man, who has undergone SMP for a class 6 balding pattern, is adamant about applying high SPF sunscreen whenever he is going to be exposed to the sun for extended periods of time, will this completely prevent any fading of the SMP as a result of the sun? Or is some fading inevitable over time? If so, is this easily corrected with touch up procedures? Does the aesthetic appeal and cosmetic value of SMP decrease with each successive procedure? Or would it recreate the look of the initial procedure? 

Yes, using a high SPF factor will slow down the fading. However, you can always touch it up after a few years if needed.

 

Taxotere is a drug for treating cancer. Cancers and hair have something in common – they are both fast growing organs. Cancer drugs attack fast-growing organs. In the body, hair is the fastest growing organ, followed by the intestine. Therefore, hair loss, nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea are often side effects. Once the medications stop, the hair will probably come back, and nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea along with it will subside.

Taxotere may lead to Permanent Hair Loss from tressless

 

This is an alternative to hair transplants for many men who can’t afford a hair transplant surgery. However, the on-going costs or service and replacement can exceed the cost of a hair transplant over 5+ years.  Education is the key to understanding everything and any alternatives available for the balding male.

My First Ever Hair System Removal, Cleaning & Reattachment. What could possibly go wrong? from tressless

 

I have been using Clobetasol Propionate foam on my Scalp for Seborrhea for about 10+ years until recently. I liberally applied it to most of the center part of my head. I just recently realized that could be causing my hair to be very thin, breaking off very short. I stopped using this and just use T Gel Shampoo 2 times a week, and the itch seems to be controlled. My question is: will my hair thicken up if I continue to not use the Clobetasol, or did it cause permanent damage? I can tell by the color of my roots that my hair is growing. I should have read the directions and used it very sparingly, but the doctor’s assistant said she uses it and just applies the foam to scalp and rubs it in. So, I didn’t research any further. Will I have any side effects other than thin, damaged hair?

The chronic long-term use of this steroidal medication (Clobetasol Propionate foam) can cause your presenting symptoms.

 

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