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Hairloss = Depression, Why Are There No Studies?

Discussion in 'The Impact of Hair Loss' started by swingline747, Jul 9, 2019.

  1. BadInvertor

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    It's only my opinion mate, it's not better than yours and does not represents your reality, it represents mine, who knows maybe you are right, maybe i am, in the end it matters what everybody thinks and by looking outside, you know, in the real world, you see more balding people and baldies than people sitting on hair loss forums and taking Propecia... In my country for example they don't even want to prescribe it anymore and they never did like to prescribe it, in the US on the other side it's an opioid epidemic that's killing thousand of people per year or even more and people still ingest pills like candy every day for different reasons and maybe in most cases without even needing them, in the UK last year they had 70 million anti-depressant prescriptions, it differs from country to country, i'm just telling you what i'm seeing all around and my conclusion on the subject, if you can't take it no problem but there is no need to start offending me or to try to make me feel bad or mess around with my words just because i dared in expressing my opinion on a public forum..
    You know, we don't have to agree it's that simple !
     
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    50 more years until the general public will have completely access to it or being affordable to the vast majority, at least my opinion ! You know how the majority of doctors think, especially the ones that are working on cosmetic issues ? "A cured patient is a lost client" so don't be fooled in thinking that they won't sell all the sh*t that keeps you buying it for the rest of your life until they give us the "real cure" !
     
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    What was your experience with finasteride and Min if you don't mind sharing it ? I am just asking out of curiosity !
     
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    I didn't say they would be happy with it, I'm sure nearly all bald men would rather have hair. I merely answered the question in the title if "hairloss = depression" which in most cases is No.
     

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