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  1. Nice write up BHUK. Glad things have worked out for you. I was filling up reading your post!!!
  2. Hi Spex Wasn't this guy concerned about shockloss? His starting position was one that a lot of us would envy so to try and thicken that up even more could be asking for trouble, couldn't it????
  3. Hi Spex Good to see your still out there offering words of wisdom Any reason why the board is a bit quieter these days? Has there been a sudden drop off in MPB or have you got most shipped over to see Dr F?!?!? Fibres starting to get on my nerves now, so I think the big day will be soon approaching. Keep up all the good work.
  4. Fine thanks Spex, still lurking! Proscar (from Dr A), Fibres, and Nizoral still keeping things at bay You never know, might be able to avoid the knife, or at least get to an age where I don't care!!!!!
  5. Hi Julie I think the best advice I would give is to introduce your son to this forum as a start, and get him to just start reading the posts which hopefully will allow him to see that he is far from alone out there with his hairloss problem and that there are things he can do to improve the situation. It is also important not to be seduced by the glossy ads in the magazines promising all sorts of miracles and to simply do the research (how does it go Spex? Reserch, Reserch, and er....reserch!). Spex has been a great help to many people and many on this forum have met and been helped by him. There are also many others on this forum with a wealth of knowledge that they are happy to share with fellow hair loss sufferers. Kids eh? You never stop worrying
  6. Well, I took the plunge and ordered a batch of proscar from Dr Ashcroft a couple of months ago as I had lost confidence in the IHP generic product. I've been taking them for almost two months now and not only have I seen an improvemnet in shedding, but have began to suffer the same minor sides that I suffered when i first started taking proscar 3 years ago. So the only conclusion I can come to is that the last batch of generic Proscar I got from Inhouse Pharmacy were indeed not the real thing. Not particulaly scientific, but I'm as sure as I can be. I'm just annoyed with myself for not using Dr Ashcroft before
  7. Thanks Spex, and a Merry Christmas to you. And of course everyone else out there.
  8. They certainly seem the same to me Joe. I have read posts from those that reckon they're not as good, but I think they're fine. Don't expect to get it right first time as it takes a bit of practice!!!
  9. Hi Joe I find the fibres from "instanthaironline" just as good and nanogen fibres and they're half the price for twice as much, and if you're not sure of the colour they guy will send you a free sample. Getting the colour right is important! Don't bother with locking mist, just use a good quality hairspray and you'll be fine. I also put some V05 texturising gum on first which helps the fibres stick better, then give the lot a spray. And don't forget LESS IS MORE!! Don't go mad, you'll soon get a feel for it.
  10. Well, after a few months of trying to forget about the potential dodgy tablets i think its time for an update. In recent weeks I have noticed a definate increase in shedding and breaking of hair in my hairline. Its by no means a scientific study, but for nearly 3 yrs my hair has been very stable while using the original inhouse fincar and since using this "different" batch things are definately changing. I'd be interested if anyone else has experiencd any change in their tablets since this was posted originally.
  11. Yeah, couldn't agree more. The difference is black and white (brunette and blond?) and for only 4000 grafts. he must be well chuffed.
  12. I use Nizoral twice a week in conjunction with 1mg Finasteride a day and have been for nearly 3 years now and my shedding seems to have completely stopped. Not exactly scientific, but there you go
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