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Posted 01 October 2013 - 02:51 PM

Yeh had a feeling they would be. Adrenals are key to the whole thing I think, there are some very good adrenal support pills called drenamin

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Posted 01 October 2013 - 04:30 PM

Im sorry this didnt turn out good news, is it possible u get the exact result? the normal values are very broad and u could be on the very low normal.



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Posted 01 October 2013 - 06:04 PM

my value was 87 and that was exactly in the middle, so im pretty sure that rules that out for me.

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Posted 02 October 2013 - 02:04 PM

are you taking drenamin blue09?



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Posted 03 October 2013 - 09:43 AM

No not yet

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Posted 04 October 2013 - 11:32 AM

@travelleruk what has happened with the stinging nettle results? Are you still using vitamin b5? You disappeared from this forum

@phillyeagle
How's everything going with your experience ?

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Posted 04 October 2013 - 12:32 PM

@phillyeagle what's your update?
@travel what's your update and regime?

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Posted 11 October 2013 - 07:45 AM

Hey sorry for disappearing...I've been busy doing some travelling and now I'm living in Vietnam.

 

I'm still taking the stinging nettle but had to reduce to dose due to slight brain fog...

 

It's hard to tell tbh whether my hair is really going to grow back...I really thought it was a couple of months ago. I still lose some but not as much as before and there are new ones growing but maybe I should be happy just if my hair stays as it is.

 

Glad this thread is still going and I hope we find an answer soon.



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Posted 15 October 2013 - 02:16 PM

Everyone seems to have given up on this thread. Nobody updates anymore, come on guys

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Posted 17 October 2013 - 01:27 PM

Im still here Blue. I dont have much to report. Not much change with my hair, maybe a litte bit better. I am still on nettle and MSM. I was sad to read that travelleruk hasent got all his hair back yet, but maybe it takes a long time. 

 

Hey sorry for disappearing...I've been busy doing some travelling and now I'm living in Vietnam.

 

I'm still taking the stinging nettle but had to reduce to dose due to slight brain fog...

 

It's hard to tell tbh whether my hair is really going to grow back...I really thought it was a couple of months ago. I still lose some but not as much as before and there are new ones growing but maybe I should be happy just if my hair stays as it is.

 

Glad this thread is still going and I hope we find an answer soon.



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Posted 17 October 2013 - 06:22 PM

Ive been reading this forum all day long I made it up to page 15 till I decided to go ahead and skip to the newest post.

I'm so sorry you guys haven't found a cure yet :/ I thought my hair loss was going away but just a few days ago I noticed more hair fall out as before. I've lost about 50% if not more hair over the past 7 months since being off Accutane. I've tried excessive amounts of biotin , oil treatments, hairskinnails vitamins and excessive pregnancy pills although I don't know if those were helping unfortunately I had to stop cause I was getting really bad breakouts when I started those. Those possibly might have helped me since I have a bunch of baby hairs in the back of my head but im still experiencing hair fall out.

 

You guys seemed like you were getting reaaaaally close to understanding what it might be but I guess some how didn't figure it out.



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Posted 17 October 2013 - 09:00 PM

Hey,

 

I am still keeping up to date with the thread. Not much has changed for me either. Rogain 2x a day, Avodart, steroid and nizoral 1 and 2% shampoo. Hair shedding has slowed down and getting regrowth from the rogain. Nothing working wonders though. I am staying persistent on the regimen.  Going to buy stinging nettle soon


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Posted 19 October 2013 - 06:34 PM

I got back the results of my latest blood work – vitamins B2, B6, B12, D as well as Copper, Iron, Lead, Mercury and Zinc – all came back normal. So, there is no deficiency/excess of any of these.

In the meantime, I managed to slow down the shedding. What did the trick in my case is Magnesium + Chelated Zinc  (400/15 mg twice a day) and some adaptogens along with calming herbal supplements to help keep cortisol in check. It seems to be working, so I’m a bit more optimistic now than I was a month ago. 

As a side note, my visits to the gym have become less of a drag, as I definitely feel more energetic.


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Posted 22 October 2013 - 04:10 PM

So has anybody heard about kerastase densifique? It's suppost to be the latest best thing for hairloss and claims to reawaken hair follicles. It also says you can regrow upto 4000 new hairs in 3 months.

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Posted 23 October 2013 - 10:15 PM

So has anybody heard about kerastase densifique? It's suppost to be the latest best thing for hairloss and claims to reawaken hair follicles. It also says you can regrow upto 4000 new hairs in 3 months.

Nice find, man. I'm curious as to how effective it really is.



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Posted 24 October 2013 - 11:01 AM

Yeh same seen a few reviews saying its really good and they started seeing small hairs coming through within a month. Only trouble is its very expensive £300 for 3 months.

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Posted 25 October 2013 - 10:18 AM

Hello,

 

I have some fairly good news regarding B5 and hair loss.  First off I have not read the whole thread so I may repeat things that have already been mentioned.

 

I megadosed B5 for 3 months when I was 21 years old and it cleared my skin completely.  I went from 2 or 3 new zits a day to maybe one pimple a month, it was pretty miraculous.  After the initial 10 gram a day period (insane now that I think about it), which was about 2-3 months I used a maintenance dose of about 3 grams a day.

 

I basically ate a gram of B5 with each meal.  The maintenance dose continued for 3 years.

 

When I was 25 my hair started falling out like crazy.  My whole head was shedding and I immediately stopped using B5.  My hair loss did not stop with cessation of B5 and my acne returned almost immediately but this time it was cystic and hurt like hell. All of you may have noticed that your hair went from soft and pleasant to touch to feeeling like dry straw completely devoid of moisture. My hair on my legs was also shedding and continued to fall out but that didnt worry me though I assumed the head and leg hair loss was related.

 

Here is what I used to treat my hair loss and all of these were used properly and long term and did nothing to stop the hair loss:

 

- B complex

- Biotin

- L - Cysteine

- Rogaine

- Propecia

- Jojoba oil to moisturize scalp and hair

 

I finally gave up and just grew my hair long so the hair loss was not noticeable except to me.  I have lost a huge amount of hair, I'd say 50% or so in total. Luckily I had extremely thick hair to start with, otherwise I would more than likely be noticeably bald at the moment. I have not been on any treatments for the past 2 years or so for the hair loss.

 

The good news, I am now 30 years old and I think my hair loss is finally stopping and will hopefully reverse itself.  Previously, after I used a pillow for a few days the entire pillow would have hairs all over it along with the area of the bed sheet my head was near. Over the last few weeks I have noticed that instead of 30 hairs being on the pillow after a week or so of usage there were 3 that I counted this morning. 

 

Looking at the pillow case is the best indicator of continuing hair loss and this is making me extremely hopeful at the moment.  This has been going in a positive direction for about a month so I will update you guys later and continue to check this thread.



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Posted 25 October 2013 - 12:16 PM

To be honest mate thats not very good news ur basically saying that I'm going to lose hair for another 5 years.

That's the worst news I've heard in a long time as by then I will most likely be completely bald.

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Posted 25 October 2013 - 02:38 PM

yep, thats pretty horrible news.

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Posted 25 October 2013 - 04:05 PM

If youre desperate I would continue with blood testing if you can afford it. It cost me a boatload for bloodwork and dermatologists have absolutely no idea what we are trying to communicate to them. They just say all levels for everything are in a "normal range".

 

They think we have male pattern baldness but we don't.  If you find that Propecia and Rogaine therapy do absolutely nothing it's because the cause of our hair loss has nothing to do with DHT and normal modes of male pattern baldness.

 

I'm sorry this depressed you guys but I had resigned myself to losing all my hair and at the moment I'm thinking I may not.

 

I'll check in every few days at the least and give you guys updates when appropriate.






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