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Almas

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When I start and finish estrogen, I will have telogen loss. I hope it will not be so strong that I will go bald because of it. At least this is not follicle miniaturization and hair loss will be restored
 

Gergely

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Idk if i gained any ground, but i'm still not bald i don't think
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Gergely

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Has the thickness and quality of the hairline improved?
i don't think temples can be fixed with just hrt. Good news is that the shedding has stopped and i only lose 20-60 hairs a day
 
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Almas

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i don't think temples can be fixed with just hrt. Good news is that the shedding has stopped and i only lose 20-60 hairs a day
Your follicles must have died. But I ask about those hairs that were alive: have they become thicker and better quality? My temples have short hair that is no more than an inch long, it will definitely increase in length because I have not been balding for a long time, and it was shortened only a couple of months ago. But I'm wondering if they'll get as tight as they used to be
Your temples have not recovered, but what about the quality of the hair on the frontal line? Maybe they got more shine, changed the texture and somehow changed? Canceling the miniaturization process should give it
 

JaneyElizabeth

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When I start and finish estrogen, I will have telogen loss. I hope it will not be so strong that I will go bald because of it. At least this is not follicle miniaturization and hair loss will be restored
I christen thee as Nostradamus, the prophet of hair futures and you do it with very few references and all the while contradicting what you said just a few months back, lol, but you are pretty much carrying Bridge's threat so we need you to grow hair.
 

JaneyElizabeth

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i don't think temples can be fixed with just hrt. Good news is that the shedding has stopped and i only lose 20-60 hairs a day
Mine is coming in in the temples and all over the hair line but it will take another year for that hair to be "useable" as it is too short now. I do derma-roll my temples weekly (weakly?) and I massage my forehead quite often. I have also had the botox masseter reduction which is a twofer in terms of perhaps allowing more hair growth and making the face more angular. Your hair looks sensational everywhere except the temples but you wouldn't want to lose any more in the temples, I know.
 

Almas

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I christen thee as Nostradamus, the prophet of hair futures and you do it with very few references and all the while contradicting what you said just a few months back, lol, but you are pretty much carrying Bridge's threat so we need you to grow hair.
I am planning to celebrate the new year with good hair. Now I thought about the fact that my baldness has progressed strongly in 3 months at the beginning of this year. Therefore, I assume that by stopping HRT, I will quickly return to its original state. I do not want to do fortune telling, let's just check what will happen
If I have a choice between permanent HRT and baldness, I will choose the first, swallowing tears.
 

Gergely

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As far as I understand, in the first photo your progress, and in the second before HRT. What is the time between these photos? How long do you think it will take me to restore this zone?
If you click the picture you can see when they were mad. Both were taken deep into hrt I lost a lot of hair before things got better. And i still wonder if i made the correct choice regarding hair.
 

JaneyElizabeth

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I am planning to celebrate the new year with good hair. Now I thought about the fact that my baldness has progressed strongly in 3 months at the beginning of this year. Therefore, I assume that by stopping HRT, I will quickly return to its original state. I do not want to do fortune telling, let's just check what will happen
If I have a choice between permanent HRT and baldness, I will choose the first, swallowing tears.
I hate that you have a feeling of being coerced into this, along with a couple of other regular posters. I have been counseling (more like empathizing with) several cis-females with non-areata types of baldness that can seem largely untreatable. Most of them are not taking estradiol although a couple are. There are a lot of things that we don't know and my confidence about the replicability of Bridge's approach has been somewhat shaken but I note that hair regrowth can take a lot of time. I have tiny hairs about a mm in size all over my temples and forehead but how long tell that hair is "useful". I keep pushing back my ETA to my best hair and right now, it is about 6-30-22 but admittedly, things are different when the hair is coming versus when it is going....

We will all see how well things panned out.
 

JaneyElizabeth

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I was hoping that you would post again and give us some good news. My Goddess, HRT is amazing for some people.
I would love to see some more before pics although I have seen one that resonates with me when I tell folks that "female hair is just better" because you had pretty long hair and pretty nice hair as an XY. I ended up doing a large pic "dump" because someone told me that they had never seen anyone completely restore a bald crown or go from a cueball (due to my spironolactone shed before things took off) to a full head of increasingly longish hair. I haven't posted in a while so I am going to try to put up some new ones.
 

Almas

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I hate that you have a feeling of being coerced into this, along with a couple of other regular posters. I have been counseling (more like empathizing with) several cis-females with non-areata types of baldness that can seem largely untreatable. Most of them are not taking estradiol although a couple are. There are a lot of things that we don't know and my confidence about the replicability of Bridge's approach has been somewhat shaken but I note that hair regrowth can take a lot of time. I have tiny hairs about a mm in size all over my temples and forehead but how long tell that hair is "useful". I keep pushing back my ETA to my best hair and right now, it is about 6-30-22 but admittedly, things are different when the hair is coming versus when it is going....

We will all see how well things panned out.
My hope is that I caught baldness early on. I do not know of a single person who would start HRT at such an early stage. As a rule, HRT is started when things are really bad. I'm pretty sure that in the first 3 months my short hair will grow up to length (it is not vellus, but terminal, but cannot grow longer), the question is when the hair will be of good quality and texture and how long will I last without estrogen
Overall, I am determined to win.
 
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