I've been on Minoxidil since I was 22 - I'm 26 now. I've also been on and off propecia/finasteride but consistent on Propecia since June 2015. Before starting Minoxidil, I had thick hair on the top of my head, could not see through the scalp but I had some thinning in the crown. Long story short, over the years, the same places I've been applying Minoxidil has become drastically thin, the hair on the top of my head is so thin that it's pretty embarrassing and I find it weird that this did not happen until Minoxidil. I continually had faith that eventually Minoxidil would thicken my hair again and give me great results but I've realized it just won't happen. As of 3 weeks, I've been Minoxidil free. I'm on 1 mg Propecia M/W/F. I have not been noticing any increased shedding. I'm not sure if thinning is increasing but I have noticed that my skin is much smoother and clearer, I look younger and my hairline doesn't look as thin as when I was on Minoxidil - it's more consistent. When I was on Minoxidil the thickness of my hairline changed weekly (one week super thin, one week normal, etc.) What are the chances that the hair on top of my head will go back to it's original thickness? Being that I did not have have great results from Minoxidil, and only adverse results, would Propecia be enough to stabilize/reverse my hairloss and damage done by Minoxidil? Please advise. Thanks!