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Hair Loss ???

Postby bodybuilder_420 » Wed Feb 21, 2007 3:21 pm

Hi im 21 years of age n Male.... im losing my hair slowly.....n my hair r becoming thin frm the centre n not grwing fast as compared to sideones ....as there r alot of products regarding regrowth n strengthening of hair , present in market but i think they r bogus...so is there anyone who had used such a product for this cause n had good effects on his/her hair....secondly i knw that hair loss is genetically determined but in my case i dont think soo coz my father still having great hair.....i dnt want to go for hair transplantation at this age n i prefer using products...most importantly im taking a good diet.....help me guys ...even a tiny help will be appreciated...... :?:





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Postby Boss Man » Wed Feb 21, 2007 5:52 pm

Things that might help you, and I say might, are a good water intake, and a good level of EFA Fats.
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Postby dolby1 » Fri Feb 08, 2008 3:32 am

kindly tell the easily available food items containing EFA

Boss Man wrote:Things that might help you, and I say might, are a good water intake, and a good level of EFA Fats.
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Postby DianaB » Fri Feb 08, 2008 10:52 am

It's funny how guys equate a full head of hair to masculinity. Actually high test levels contribute to hair loss in men, and high test levels are a definite masculine feature.
Forget about all those products, some people report a little hair growth from rogaine, but only if it is used before the hair has receded.
IMO, a hair transplant is the only sure bet. But I'd rather see a guy just style the hair that is left (no comb-overs please, doesn't fool anyone) or just shave it off. Or get brush cut. Looks bad-ass and nice girls like that
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Postby Boss Man » Fri Feb 08, 2008 3:05 pm

dolby1 wrote:kindly tell the easily available food items containing EFA


Well sources of Good Fats.

Low Salt Nuts.

Avocados

Fish

Omega enriched Eggs

Omega and EFA caps

Some Cereals might have EFA fortification.

Healthy Oils, like Olive oil, Canola Oil, Hemp Oil etc etc

Polyunsaturated or Monounsaturated spreads.
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Postby swanso5 » Fri Feb 08, 2008 7:32 pm

just go the shave and look mean and tough
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Postby Boss Man » Fri Feb 08, 2008 7:56 pm

Maybe get it slightly curly. Teh Curls will stick up like a small forest masking a lot of the bald bit, and making the thin streaks less obvious.

Sounds silly, but might be one possible option.
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Postby DianaB » Fri Feb 08, 2008 10:39 pm

Boss Man wrote:Maybe get it slightly curly. Teh Curls will stick up like a small forest masking a lot of the bald bit, and making the thin streaks less obvious.

Sounds silly, but might be one possible option.

Permanent or jerry curl? ROFLMAO
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Postby Boss Man » Sat Feb 09, 2008 5:48 pm

Just a light curl, sort of a cauliflower effect :wink:
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Postby dolby1 » Sun Feb 10, 2008 11:17 pm

thankyou

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dolby1 wrote:kindly tell the easily available food items containing EFA


Well sources of Good Fats.

Low Salt Nuts.

Avocados

Fish

Omega enriched Eggs

Omega and EFA caps

Some Cereals might have EFA fortification.

Healthy Oils, like Olive oil, Canola Oil, Hemp Oil etc etc

Polyunsaturated or Monounsaturated spreads.
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Postby Christopheel » Mon Feb 11, 2008 10:11 am

I've started loosing my hair last year ... at 17 .... not normal I know but that's the same thing for all my familly, I live pretty well with that, I have only some few hair, this is why i keep them shave lol
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Postby kcb » Sat Apr 12, 2008 5:41 pm

Either go for the expensive hair transplant or just get a buzz lol.
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Postby Aitrus » Thu Jul 24, 2008 11:09 am

kcb wrote:Either go for the expensive hair transplant or just get a buzz lol.


You should actually just begin a regimen of propecia/finasteride daily. It will thicken the hair follicles that have already begun to thin and may cause slight regrowth (likely to occur in your crown). The only downfall is that it is fairly expensive at 50-90 dollars a month.

A transplant is only effective if you are on the above medication (or using rogaine), and even it will never restore your full density.
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Postby Boss Man » Fri Jul 25, 2008 3:26 pm

Finasteride is a Steroid is it not, and Propecia is a Precription drug.

Hairloss can be attributed to very high Test and DHT production. Not sure Fina is a particularly good way to go.
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Postby Aitrus » Fri Jul 25, 2008 11:05 pm

Boss Man wrote:Finasteride is a Steroid is it not, and Propecia is a Precription drug.

Hairloss can be attributed to very high Test and DHT production. Not sure Fina is a particularly good way to go.


Finasteride is the name under which generic propecia/proscar is sold.
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