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Im Convinced A Guy With A Normal Healthy Brain Will Eventually Adopt To The New Situation (aka Bald)

Discussion in 'The Impact of Hair Loss' started by randolf_faust, Jul 2, 2019.

  1. Ikarus

    Ikarus Senior Member My Regimen

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    I am not sure why there is so much negative attention around finasteride on this website... It’s confusing!
     
  2. justinbieberscombover

    justinbieberscombover Experienced Member My Regimen

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    Nobody said it does, you just repeat the same sentences over and over again, which is a symptom of Asperger's. But anyway, what's your hair situation like? Can you show us your hairline?
     
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  3. justinbieberscombover

    justinbieberscombover Experienced Member My Regimen

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    What does this mean?

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    Looks good enough to me.
     
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  4. justinbieberscombover

    justinbieberscombover Experienced Member My Regimen

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    You are the worst troll. Zero intellect and effort.
     
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  5. justinbieberscombover

    justinbieberscombover Experienced Member My Regimen

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    My hair looks soft and natural, nothing remotely "pubic" like. Sorry to disappoint, ignorant baboon.

    You stay posting like you're about to have a stroke, so let me leave it at that.
     
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    INT Senior Member

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    Boy, you really love arguing don't you?
     
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    Ikarus Senior Member My Regimen

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    You are not right. Most of the subjects you are speaking on are based on subjective opinions. You have little to non intellect whatsoever, and whatever ‘intellect’ you do have is not looked at because you are rude and evidently narcissistic. Furthermore, us ‘mentally ill trannies’ are the only people who legitimately bring interest to this website.

    5AR inhibitors, minoxidil and transplants are constantly talked about on this website to the point that it’s beating a dead horse. On the other hand, we are discussing options which are rarely shown in terms of hair loss. Bicalutamide? It’s hard to find information on that particular drug, and it’s greatly confusing but people on this website (@DHTcel in particular) are spending hours upon hours researching about the drug to help others create a better understanding - someone you would refer to as a ‘mentally ill tranny’. You cannot even ask doctors for information about it since they are barely aware of its existence. Maybe you should make yourself useful too, and attempt to educate others with legitimate proof.
     
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    Ikarus Senior Member My Regimen

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    I can’t even speak on this topic without being hypocritical to be honest, since I am planning to get a hair transplant to get my hairline lowered... I am hoping they can lower my hairline by half an inch...
     
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    Ikarus Senior Member My Regimen

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    ugh queen of stanzas
     
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    Tommybommy1363 Experienced Member My Regimen

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    Op I’m sorry but this is classic projection... get a grip
     
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    karatekid Established Member My Regimen

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    Ye this is what happens sometime with self focused people, they reach some conclusion in life regarding their situation and they feel the need to force it on everybody else.

    OP if you finally accepted your baldness and you are so happy with that feel free to leave the forum and enjoy your beautiful life bro
     
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    randolf_faust Established Member My Regimen

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    im norwood 2 or maybe even less thanks to finasterid. when i made the thread i just read about the mental health of paralysed people and i think its the same for hairloss. if people can deal as good with not being able to walk again it surely its true for being bald
     
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    I highly doubt it.
    You don't know how people feel or think inside, just because they function normally, go to work and do every day normal things, doesn't mean they are not forever bitter/upset about their baldness, I'm 100% sure it will forever bother many of them.

    the fact so many people grow a beard once they go bald just means they are trying to cope with the pain of having no hair. that by itself just shows they don't truly accept their hair loss.
    same with social and what seem "healthy" people from the outside that wear hats a lot of the times, another indication their bald head still bothers them.

    the problem with a bald head is that it's always there in front of you to remind you that you're bald. you can't hide it like a nasty scar under clothes. it's always there and always with you. you look in the mirror and you see it.
    I'm sure that even for those who "accepted" it the most and "moved on" from it, they still get pinches inside every now and then about having no hair.
     

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