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by hitman11 » March 18, 2008 at 2:30 pm #79213

i would like to know what could be the best regimen for the hair loss at the temple.
i have been on propecia for about 2 years i take multivitamin everyday, wash my hair with the nioxin shampoo and i drink green tea everyday
but everyday i have the strange idea that i’m still loosing hair at the temple i really need help on having a real regomen that works.

thanks on helping me

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by OverMachoGrande » March 18, 2008 at 2:40 pm #79214

Have you ever used any topicals before?

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by hitman11 » March 18, 2008 at 4:41 pm #79236

whats topicals, i’m sorry i’m sort of new here
do you mean like minox.???

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by hitman11 » March 18, 2008 at 4:42 pm #79237

i would love to try something new but beside minox because i did try it for a few months but i didn’t have good sucess

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by whovian » March 18, 2008 at 7:31 pm #79300

I am thinking of taking the Flutagel plunge but I am waiting for positive feedback from users like Matt27.

I too have temple recession, and can’t use Minox due to sides.

I have been using 2% Nizoral cream but have not seen much in the way of results.

After my Niz is gone, I’m going back to the 2% shampoo, and I think I will make a batch of super-Zix, but using Licorice extract instead of Saw Palmetto.

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by cello_miami » March 19, 2008 at 8:17 am #79347

Hitman, since you are new you might not know about all the latest topicals. What kind of minox did you use? The latest buzz around here is Sinere.com. I’m using Nanominox-MS in the morning and Nanominox in the evening (since the minox sulphate degrades over time I figured I’d hedge my bet and do regular Nanominox at night.

Also you should be using a good shampoo. What is your regimen?

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by hitman11 » March 19, 2008 at 2:40 pm #79374

well i’m using propecia, taking multivitamin, washing my hair with nioxin cleaner and the scalp therapy and i drink some green tea everyday i think i could do better

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by hitman11 » March 19, 2008 at 2:41 pm #79375

i use regular minox 2% and after that i did try dr.lee minox 5% for a few months but i think it go things worse but maybe its all in my head but i sure didn’t like what i seen

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by hitman11 » March 19, 2008 at 2:42 pm #79376

i don’t know what could be the best

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by balance » March 19, 2008 at 3:45 pm #79379

Bump for cello – I’m going to buy the Nanominox for AM and Nano FMS for PM, how do you like the sinere minox so far…I have never used a minox product but am finally taking the ‘plunge’ so to speak and was wondering what you think about it – I know you have tried many minox products.

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by hitman11 » March 19, 2008 at 5:08 pm #79391

celo i was your sucess with namominox so far??

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by hitman11 » March 19, 2008 at 5:10 pm #79393

how was your sucess

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by cello_miami » March 19, 2008 at 10:22 pm #79415

Honestly, my hair hasn’t looked this good in YEARS (no kidding).

Hitman, are you currently using minox?

Don’t take this the wrong way, but your regimen is what I’d call BARE BONES.

I’ve been “balls to the wall” so to speak, for around 8 months or so, adding and subtracting here and there (I used to use Spectral DNC). But overall, my hair has gotten better and better.

I really can’t believe it. Honestly you can’t even tell I’m losing my hair most days and I used to be a THIN Norwood 2 point something.

I think Nioxin is a waste of money, and drinking green tea is very good, but there are about a dozen other WELL RESEARCHED natural things you can take. Google “Biosil hair” to name one. I also take 95% of the supplements at immortalhair.org

I’d get a good shampoo, I use Activ-M (kudox xcvq) everyday and Nizoral 2% every other day or so (google nizoral 2% hair loss).

Which topicals you use is up to you, but I’ve been using Nanominox-MS am and Xandrox w/retin-a to which I added a scoop of sophora (google sophora hair loss) but I’m thinking of switching to Nanominox for pm.

Even though I have success, I really think the ingredients in nanominox are superior to retin-a and azaleac acid. Not sure though, I’m scared to fuck with my success. Lately I’ve been doing xandrox EOD and nanominox EOD with nanominox-MS every morning.

I also use the Aculas laser for about 90 minutes 2-3 times/week which is the part I hate the most.

If you want to keep you hair as much as I do, then you won’t care about how much of a pain it is as long as it’s working. Most people couldn’t deal with the everyday pain-in-the-assness of my regimen.

But there is still ALOT you could be doing, even if it isn’t balls to the wall like what I’m doing.

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by cello_miami » March 19, 2008 at 10:28 pm #79416

Oh, I’m also trying the warrior diet on advice of Prague. I’ve lost about 2 pounds so far…don’ know if it’s helping my hair or not though. It’s a great diet if you like to eat out (and overeat!)

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by xcvq » March 19, 2008 at 11:33 pm #79418

You definitely need a topical you can put on overnight. I’d go with the Activ-M lotion, i’m biased i’m having good results with it. I’d let that sit on my head for 15 minutes then put emu oil on it. In the morning i’d allocate a bit of time to put on tricomin and then put emu oil on for 20 minutes then shower that out. Then you could either put another topical on after the shower or just nothing if it’s annoying. I’d be surprised if that doesn’t at least hold your hairline where it is. Of course picking the right emu oil is important (some actually increase TNF-Alpha instead of decrease!)

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