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  1. Vitamin B5 Hairloss- Cured (Pictures)

    You gotta tell us what you did please! I'm shedding like mad at the moment but at the same time those new hairs have kept growing into proper ones, not sure what to think.
  2. Vitamin B5 Hairloss- Cured (Pictures)

    I'm in 2 minds whether to keep taking it or not. I just did a week without it because I was travelling and now I'm back on it again, just one pill a day (sometimes I forget).
  3. Vitamin B5 Hairloss- Cured (Pictures)

    That's the weird thing, I still seem to be shedding a lot, mostly when I rub minoxidil in I'll get a good 10+ hairs fall out. I guess having some fall out would be totally normal anyway when rubbing your scalp. I'll take another picture in 1-2 months and compare.
  4. Vitamin B5 Hairloss- Cured (Pictures)

    Hey guys, I don't want to get anyone's hopes up here (or myself) but today I realised something spooky. I actually seem to have some quite strong hairs growing back on my left temple (not so much on my right for some reason). I use minoxidil which tends to cause soft little wispy hairs to grow that never amount to anything so I put it down to that before but this is different, when I run my hand over that area there's this dense and strong feeling stubble. I have attached a picture, it was pretty tough to take, was wondering what you guys think. Obviously I would be delighted if it's growing back but I'm not sure why. I did take inositol for about 1 month in August and then stopped because my hair seemed to falling out much more, though perhaps that was just the weak old hairs making way for new ones. I'm trying to decide whether I should get back on the inositol because the length of the hairs would probably indicate about 1-2 months growth.