Why The Galea Is The Fundamental Cause Of Male Pattern Balding (& Androgens Are Secondary)

EndlessPossibilities

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From what I’ve seen, transplanted hairs remain thick and healthy for life - at least until the point of which the sides and back miniaturise with old age 70+ .

I doubt that the likes of Tsuji would be balancing billions of dollars of research towards a ‘cure’ on a hope that his transplanted cell hairs will just miniaturise.

Also there is no explanation for the ‘programming’ of follicles. If the scalp tension theory was the true cause of Androgenetic Alopecia then a healthy follicle from the back transplanted into a blood deprived area should begin to die straight away .

well when you cause deep wounds wouldnt that cause vegf to upregulate and cause new blood flow to the transplanted cells until that blood flow is affected much further later on in life?
 

Mandar kumthekar

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Transplanted hair follicles of bald men are not immune to balding ,they contains low androgen receptors and good dht drainage so they survives, but if bald person lives toward 100 he would be bald by that age .
 

Mandar kumthekar

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Most scientists have agreed upon the fact that some people are more sensitive to dht.in fact all people are sensitive, given enough time and androgen all men would experience severe hairloss.
 

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I used to do scalp massages every day for over a year, and then I stopped for some silly reasons. I watched that guy's 42 minute video. I'm not going to sign up for that as of now but it made me start wanting to do the massages again. There's definitely some truth to it. I believe when I was doing it, my hairs were overall thicker, but the bald patches were still there. Diffuse hair loss sucks!
 

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Transplanted hair follicles of bald men are not immune to balding ,they contains low androgen receptors and good dht drainage so they survives, but if bald person lives toward 100 he would be bald by that age .

This those hairs are certainly not immune, the horseshoe definitely miniaturises, just at a slower rate.
 

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People are so funny. They aren't immune! If you live to a 1,000 years old you will lose those hairs too! Ok, but for all intents and purposes they are immune in most people.

My horseshoe area hairs are definitely not immune, they have thinned out over the years, especially the sides of the scalp and the nape area in the back. I'm 31 and two transplant surgeons that have checked me out said my donor area may be good for only around 1800-2200 grafts. A few years ago (before I went with a crappy fraud eye surgeon for PRP+Acell and before I used dry shampoos for texture that drained my scalp of nutrients), I used to have the thickest side/back area hair and now it's dying. My dad who's 66, his horseshoe area is so thin there's not a chance he'd ever be able to have a transplant. It's sad but true, the only way for us who are sensitive in all scalp regions to have a proper comeback is when these damn cloning treatments become a reality :\
 

Mandar kumthekar

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Some people are like that. It sucks. For most people those hairs hardly thin until old age. I'm older than you, and my donor area hasn't miniaturized in the slightest.
My donor area lost density over years.the false belief that androgenic alopecia only affect hairs on the top is misconception. It slowly kills all hairs if given enough time.
 

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Tsuji would be balancing billions of dollars of research towards a ‘cure’ on a hope that his transplanted cell hairs will just miniaturise.
where did u read Tsuji has billions ??? lmao
 

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Kyocera website.

https://global.kyocera.com/news-archive/2016/0702_nfid.html
 
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