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In Topic: Vitamin B5 Hairloss- Cured (Pictures)

Today, 07:40 AM

I have not heard about the RU .. 
what is it? it is in Russia??
Doctors can not determine the BCH is or just hair loss?




It is an experimental anti androgenic, it prevents the binding of DHT to the hair follicle thus preventing hairless. It can be ONLY gotten online. What is BCH?


I recommend you stay with propecia for 6 months before trying RU. Propecia is FDA approved, RU is not. 

In Topic: Vitamin B5 Hairloss- Cured (Pictures)

Yesterday, 08:36 PM

I did stop taking RU because I was getting terrible brain fog and fatigue. I might try a lower dose because my hair is getting terribly thin. I don't think I used it long enough to know if it slowed down the shedding, but it definitely started growing hairs.  


The minoxidil didn't help much. I probably used for 2 years and nothing promising so I stopped. 


I did try both Propecia (1 year) and Avodart (over 1 year) and neither slowed down the shedding. 


I took a few capsules of the iodide but I stopped because I have my endocrinologist appointment is coming up on Nov 3rd which I will have tests done. I don't want to screw with my system before I have the tests. 


What RU dose were you on originally? I ordered the 5% from anageninc and am deciding how many mg to use per day. I'm surprised you got brain fog on RU, it doesn't block DHT from being formed, but rather blocks DHT from binding to the receptor just like spiro, but more powerful. Were you on RU and Propecia at the same time?

Haha yeh pretty much everyone has got a receding hairline on this forum except mabe 1 lol


Glad to see you Blue. Using any treatments or anything?

In Topic: Vitamin B5 Hairloss- Cured (Pictures)

Yesterday, 08:09 PM

propecia helps everyone? I started to drink it


what do the doctors say?


If it means mpb Propecia should help .. if it is not mpb means eventually everything will 


am I right?


Propecia helps some people, not all. RU helped both me and PJ. The key is to take the meds for 3 months minimum. The major side effects are decreased energy, decreased sex drive and brain fog. If you get side effects, your choice how much your hair is worth. It does not stop on it's own. I ordered  RU 5% from Angeninc, it's premixed. 


I suggest nizoral also, it's the only one without side effects, but also the weakest. I'm at university for nursing, and speak with a lot of doctors. I had hundreds of tests as well as other members. I spoke with endocrinologist in the United States and Europe. No on knows anything. 


There might be potential cure based on lipids. Some members on hair forums are currently undergoing the procedure. If it works for them I will talk about it here, but for now just take meds.

In Topic: Vitamin B5 Hairloss- Cured (Pictures)

20 October 2014 - 05:40 PM

So has anyone seen any results so far on the various supplements that hermetic recommended? Personally I have been on the thyroids now for about 4 weeks and no results.


Hair cycle is 3 months. Even propecia scientifically proven to works says wait a year. I don't believe it's the thyroid, but have to wait 12 weeks for a truer assessment.

itsoveryes you have created a theme in 2012. From the moment you have a bald head?




I will post pics at year end when I have taken Propecia for 4 months. 


Also thinking of trying a premixed RU. Here are some pictures



In Topic: Vitamin B5 Hairloss- Cured (Pictures)

16 October 2014 - 04:48 PM

itsoveryes you stop haireloss? I don't understand  how b5 can cause MPB?  


since hormones can bounce back and loss stops?

I stopped the itch. Do you have itch?

Only been one month, see if hair loss stops in another month. Others have stopped hair loss. 


Scientists do not understand what causes MPB. We therefore can not understand the connection between MPB and B5.


Not hormones, receptors. You have hormones when a teenager, but hair stays.


Take propecia or RU, but maybe you can not get RU in your country so propecia better for you. Nizoral also, this is a shampoo and is easiest.