Lactoferrin As A Promoter Of Hair Growth

MrsS

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Update:
First Picture is from today.
Last picture is from middle of June. What do you all think??

It's easier to compare if you take close up pics of the temples and hairline and to do a side by side comparison. For now I dont see much change.

Sorry if I missed it before, but what is your goal: regrowth, filling up your temples of halting hairloss?
 

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Hey guys I have an update! So I’ve been doing lactoferrin 2xday still. I’ve also added Nizoral 1xweek (need to change my regimen it was never 2xweek) Microneedling with 0.25mm roller 1x week and 10 minutes of scalp massage a day. I mix it up and massage my whole head with finger tips, pinching pulling around the hairline, using a $5 scalp massager and leaning over my bed to get a lot of blood flow to the scalp and massage in that position. Anyways all those things I’ve added happened about 2 months ago minus lactoferrin. First picture is from May 3 2019 Other picture is from Feb 3 2020.
Let me know what you guys think!
 

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Hey guys I have an update! So I’ve been doing lactoferrin 2xday still. I’ve also added Nizoral 1xweek (need to change my regimen it was never 2xweek) Microneedling with 0.25mm roller 1x week and 10 minutes of scalp massage a day. I mix it up and massage my whole head with finger tips, pinching pulling around the hairline, using a $5 scalp massager and leaning over my bed to get a lot of blood flow to the scalp and massage in that position. Anyways all those things I’ve added happened about 2 months ago minus lactoferrin. First picture is from May 3 2019 Other picture is from Feb 3 2020.
Let me know what you guys think!
Gotta take better photos.

for example on my regimen i documented my progress here. See its clear we can see progress. No way to really to tell from your shots
 

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MrsS

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Hey guys I have an update! So I’ve been doing lactoferrin 2xday still. I’ve also added Nizoral 1xweek (need to change my regimen it was never 2xweek) Microneedling with 0.25mm roller 1x week and 10 minutes of scalp massage a day. I mix it up and massage my whole head with finger tips, pinching pulling around the hairline, using a $5 scalp massager and leaning over my bed to get a lot of blood flow to the scalp and massage in that position. Anyways all those things I’ve added happened about 2 months ago minus lactoferrin. First picture is from May 3 2019 Other picture is from Feb 3 2020.
Let me know what you guys think!

I see you have a few spots on your right erge. Maybe you can try to circle the spots on both pics so we can compare the pics (and see if you have new hairs?).
 

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still on cetirizine?

yep, I think I am like more than 2 years on topical cetrizine.
I suspended in January because I was curious about its importance
guess what? massive shedding of thick hair after weeks.
Even donor areas were affected!! So, I think in conclussion that
in the same way as Sandalore, Cetirizine is good for prolonging anagen and
stabilize the hair cycle and protects you from telogen effluvium.
But IT WILL NOT STOP HAIR LOSS FROM Androgenetic Alopecia.
I will continue using it for ever since apart from Androgenetic Alopecia I also suffer from severe telogen effluvium.
 

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yep, I think I am like more than 2 years on topical cetrizine.
I suspended in January because I was curious about its importance
guess what? massive shedding of thick hair after weeks.
Even donor areas were affected!! So, I think in conclussion that
in the same way as Sandalore, Cetirizine is good for prolonging anagen and
stabilize the hair cycle and protects you from telogen effluvium.
But IT WILL NOT STOP HAIR LOSS FROM Androgenetic Alopecia.
I will continue using it for ever since apart from Androgenetic Alopecia I also suffer from severe telogen effluvium.
You're not a male with hair loss? You have other hair loss symptoms. Are you still using dutasteride?
 

killDHT

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Hey guys I have an update! So I’ve been doing lactoferrin 2xday still. I’ve also added Nizoral 1xweek (need to change my regimen it was never 2xweek) Microneedling with 0.25mm roller 1x week and 10 minutes of scalp massage a day. I mix it up and massage my whole head with finger tips, pinching pulling around the hairline, using a $5 scalp massager and leaning over my bed to get a lot of blood flow to the scalp and massage in that position. Anyways all those things I’ve added happened about 2 months ago minus lactoferrin. First picture is from May 3 2019 Other picture is from Feb 3 2020.
Let me know what you guys think!
Great, if you don't use drugs, like oral finasteride or dulcetin, you're improving! Tell me if you use any other drugs?
 

killDHT

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yep, I think I am like more than 2 years on topical cetrizine.
I suspended in January because I was curious about its importance
guess what? massive shedding of thick hair after weeks.
Even donor areas were affected!! So, I think in conclussion that
in the same way as Sandalore, Cetirizine is good for prolonging anagen and
stabilize the hair cycle and protects you from telogen effluvium.
But IT WILL NOT STOP HAIR LOSS FROM Androgenetic Alopecia.
I will continue using it for ever since apart from Androgenetic Alopecia I also suffer from severe telogen effluvium.
Gotta take better photos.

for example on my regimen i documented my progress here. See its clear we can see progress. No way to really to tell from your shots
What did you use?
 

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My update to this is that I'm gonna go on finasteride. My shed has remained consistently low since my initial shed, but I believe I'm seeing further miniaturization of my frontal hairline. I do see some small vellus hairs in front of my hairline, but the smart money says that was just the remnants of my previous hairline. I'm gonna continue with the lactoferrin and a-kg while on finasteride, but I would regret not giving the most proven hairloss treatment a shot. Good luck to everyone in this thread, I'll still be keeping an eye on it.
How about now?
 

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I've got 98 percent lactoferrin, about $30.50g. Can someone tell me the recipe, please? Thank you very much. I don't want to use dutasteride. I'm only 20 years old?
 

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How about now?
Finasteride certainly slowed down my shedding to near non-balding levels, but it didn't agree with my body. I got gyno symptoms as well as my face became more feminized, so i stopped. I'm now eating broccoli sprouts regularly, waiting on my oral minoxidil to arrive, and am looking into ursolic acid as well for its anti inflammatory effects. I have a feeling my hair is gonna go, but I'm too young to nuke my DHT.
 

killDHT

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Finasteride certainly slowed down my shedding to near non-balding levels, but it didn't agree with my body. I got gyno symptoms as well as my face became more feminized, so i stopped. I'm now eating broccoli sprouts regularly, waiting on my oral minoxidil to arrive, and am looking into ursolic acid as well for its anti inflammatory effects. I have a feeling my hair is gonna go, but I'm too young to nuke my DHT.
Isn't lactoferrin working for you? Can you tell me your formula, for example, how do you mix them, and I don't want to use antiandrogens, which is too bad?
 

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I see you have a few spots on your right erge. Maybe you can try to circle the spots on both pics so we can compare the pics (and see if you have new hairs?).
What is your current treatment plan? Do you still use lactoferrin? Is there any progress? If you make progress, it's amazing!
 

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I've got 98 percent lactoferrin, about $30.50g. Can someone tell me the recipe, please? Thank you very much. I don't want to use dutasteride. I'm only 20 years old?

If you don't want to destroy it you're going to have to use water only, no alcohol. You'll need to microneedle first too.

This is basically the same thing as adding IGF-1. Follicept tried this years ago without success. Worked great in mice, but not in humans.
 
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killDHT

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If you don't want to destroy it you're going to have to use water only, no alcohol. You'll need to microneedle first too.

This is basically the same thing as adding IGF-1. Follicept tried this years ago without success. Worked great in mice, but not in humans.
There are at least 3 people who have succeeded in this post. You haven't tried it yourself. I'll try it. Give him at least 3 months
 

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yep, I think I am like more than 2 years on topical cetrizine.
I suspended in January because I was curious about its importance
guess what? massive shedding of thick hair after weeks.
Even donor areas were affected!! So, I think in conclussion that
in the same way as Sandalore, Cetirizine is good for prolonging anagen and
stabilize the hair cycle and protects you from telogen effluvium.
But IT WILL NOT STOP HAIR LOSS FROM Androgenetic Alopecia.
I will continue using it for ever since apart from Androgenetic Alopecia I also suffer from severe telogen effluvium.
How are things going with topical cetrizine? I have also started to think it may play a synergistic role with other treatments and may even increase overall effectiveness of regimen.
 
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