Hair is not Life but it's Pretty Damn Close; HRT and Pictorial Posts Prove it.

How far are you willing to go to restore a full head of hair?

  • Full-blown Feminization

    Votes: 29 15.3%
  • Slight Gyno

    Votes: 36 18.9%
  • Slight Breast Growth

    Votes: 19 10.0%
  • Only "Male" Treatments

    Votes: 68 35.8%
  • Dude, I won't even touch finasteride

    Votes: 38 20.0%

  • Total voters
    190

JaneyElizabeth

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I will attempt to post pics by the end of the week-end for those folks who are "just in it for the hair" so they can continue evaluating progress via my protocol. A bunch of legal work has raised it ugly head but PM's are completely open for all questions if I am not around as much.
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Derelict said:


Try alpecin dandruff killer, i prefer it to nizoral.
I am going to buy some and review it as well as Neutrogina T-Cell, Head and Shoulders and Selsun Blue, along with Keto to see which seem to feel good and which are best for daily use. My issue now and it's a good one, I rarely wash my hair any longer because females pretty much only need a boar's hair brush to coat the entire hair shaft with sebum. But I do microneedling and I can test them on the next day to see how they handle inflammation. For the sake of science, I will wash my hair intermittently.
 

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Derelict said:


You should definitely give it a shot, piroctone olamine was found to be superior to ketoconazole in studies, it also contains some other great ingredients . I always use one of those little head massager things when washing my hair too like this https://i.ebayimg.com/images/g/hr0AAOSwhRlf8dyY/s-l1600.png
Sure thing. I try to review different things and meds and I will begin going through some of the applicable meds for females, males, and mtf's and those "just in it for the hair" one by one to explain them and any difficulties that they present including cost. Thanks for the recommendation.
Janey
 

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I am trying to watch Goodfellas for the umpteenth time and when they ran this scene, I had to post it for all of my systems brethren. Enjoy:

 
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JaneyElizabeth

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He kind of has a comb over. I have hair just like him but I don't like that bowl cut look. He would look sharper with a better hair style. But very good video.
Regardless of the massages, a huge amount that I know is just from reading all of his entries which are free. That's my basis for oral minoxidil dosages and whether caffeine is worth it or not. He is excellent at distilling info.
 

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Better with Hair? Or Without?

Jonathan Banks--From Goofy Hit man to the Perfect Hit Man?

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From asshat to badass. Lol
I was thinking about you because after Goodfellas, I am now watching Beverly Hills Cop.

Did you see the Breaking Bad Prequel? How are seasons four and five of Better Call Saul? I don't have Netflix but it might be worth watching them PPV.
 

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From asshat to badass. Lol
I could have posted the really goofy pic after Axel Foley throws him into the buffet table. He had whipped cream on his hair and face and looked pretty goofy although he tries to be the big tough enforcer, He's no Mikey. So I will anyway:

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I was thinking about you because after Goodfellas, I am now watching Beverly Hills Cop.

Did you see the Breaking Bad Prequel? How are seasons four and five of Better Call Saul? I don't have Netflix but it might be worth watching them PPV.
Definitely worth it! I enjoy it better than BB tbh. BB was more intense, sure, but BCS is more about the relationships between the characters instead of relying too much on plot twists and shock factors.
 

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Even in high school you can tell his hair had that unmanageable Son of Sam quality
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Definitely worth it! I enjoy it better than BB tbh. BB was more intense, sure, but BCS is more about the relationships between the characters instead of relying too much on plot twists and shock factors.
Bob Odenkirk really makes both shows along with Jonathan Banks. I found some of the rest of Breaking Bad not particularly realistic. Of course, I have been staring at his hairline for years now, trying to figure whether it is stabilized or if they make him more bald for the role. When he is in Omaha and in B/W, he is much balder. Saul Goodman is one of the best lawyers, ever, in my opinion, in terms of portraying the sleazy low-life lawyers still out there willing to do pretty much anything for a payday. Even his clothes are perfect. Once you get beaten down by the system and how appalling it is, well, I tended to dress less and less well and my hair certainly had something to do with that. I used to be a real clotheshorse but then you figure, eh, what difference does it make. We plea bargain everybody anyway so burn-out comes early for public defenders like him, at least initially, he was representing the indigent.

Some times, like he, he looks close to attractive but other times, people like us with hair like that, you end up disheveled every time you go in and out of the courthouse.

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Made my purchase, Mr. Norwoody and now I see that I only have 48 hours before it turns into a pumpkin but like any good child of the '70's, I can plow through great television pretty efficiently.
 

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Oh the gangster looks so fright'ning
With his Luger in his hand
When he gets home to his children
He's a family man
But when it comes to the nitty-gritty
He can shove in his knife
Yes he really looks quite religious
He's been an outlaw all his life

Jigsaw Puzzle
Jagger and Richards
 

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I'm thinking of modifying my plan.
Originally I was going to go for 25-50 mg of Bica and 4-6 mg of E2 for the first three months before switching to 6+mg E2 monotherapy.
But now I'm wondering if it would be best to simply start out with 6 mg E2 monotherapy and add Bica after 3-6 months if the monotherapy wasn't enough to hit target E levels or suppress DHT.

I've never injected myself with anything, which is why my primary focus is on pills.
I recommend that everyone take a look at Bridge's protocol and try to copy it exactly. We know that that protocol resulted in almost complete restoration or people can try to formulate their own protocol but no one else was having success like Bridge.
 
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