Should A Person Witnessing Hairloss Start With Topical Or Oral Finasteride?

pegasus2

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Having fucked my sled trying to find a safe way I’d say go with recommended Propecia dose and see what happens. If you can’t walk because your balls look like grapefruits and your semen a water spritzer, quit and try topical. But to be honest two years high dose topical... doesn’t do anything.

This is the common story around here. People notice hair loss, and come here to find out what they can do to stop it. They read horror stories about side effects, and they try to find any way they can to avoid side effects instead of doing anything they can to fix the problem they came here to solve in the first place. Instead of avoiding sides the only thing they end up avoiding is fixing their hair.
 
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NorwoodingMyWay

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Take the oral finasteride at the recommended 1mg dose. If you get sides, lower the dose and/or frequency.





And if you can tolerate and have the patience for topical application, why not add minoxidil into the mix.
 

jazz1

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How's your serum DHT levels?

I never had it tested, but the stuff has grown and maintained my hair, I use this in my mixture.

15% Minoxidil
0.1% Finesteride
5% Azelaic Acid
0.25% Progesterone
0.025% Tretinoin
0.1% Hydocortisone
 

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I never had it tested, but the stuff has grown and maintained my hair, I use this in my mixture.

15% Minoxidil
0.1% Finesteride
5% Azelaic Acid
0.25% Progesterone
0.025% Tretinoin
0.1% Hydocortisone

How do you cope up with 15% strength of minoxidil,using twice daily? Any sides?
 

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