Hey doc. Love your work!!
1) Why so sceptical over PRP when there are so many pics, videos and documents online supporting it as part of the overall treatment for baldness. Heck there’s even an article on the ishrs.org website so I’m guessing there must be something in it.
2) Assuming all the research into PRP was true then would it make a good proscar replacement for people with ‘side effects’.
3) Depending on the baldness scale / category one fits under is it possible that you might never have to take drugs again? I guess what I mean is that if your body is always producing dht does that mean after a while all your hair will eventually get effected or is some hair safe?
4) I once spoke to a guy at a Clive Clinics who said if you don’t take proscar each day it’s a waste of time. The doc who prescribed it countered his opinion by saying although it might not be perfect less dht is being produced by your body so it must slow down your hair loss. I take it twice a week What do you think?
PRP (Platelet Rich Plasma) is hype without good science behind its value on hair growth. Doctors make money offering it. Photos or videos on line do not prove anything. There’s documents, photos, and videos of aliens here on Earth but that does not mean it’s true. I need to see good science before I recommend it and try to cash in on it. It’s not that I’m a skeptic, but maybe it an ethical decision. I am just maintaining a scientific approach in expressing my opinions on BaldingBlog. I have been known to use Google and read Wikipedia for information but I also know that what I read may not be accurate. I encourage our readership to do their own research. But if you’re asking for my opinion on hair loss topics, I attempt to give you a sound clinical, scientific based answers.
Stopping Propecia for something that does not work does not seem like a reasonable choice to me, but you are in the driver seat with the decisions you make. I do not believe that what you said as ‘gospel’.