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    1. I have been on a journey these past few yews and it involves me and some hair or lack of it. `````it got to a point where i thought there was no going back, i had to take action. So i went and had a hair transplant. I was impressed and so i'm going back for another 2 treatments in may. Follow me on my journeyÖ

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    2. Hi, I'll try to explain what I've been going through these last years. (sorry for my bad English) 3 years ago I've been diagnosticed with an ulcerative colitis, it was so strong that 3 months after the appearance of the illness they had to remove my entire colon. It's been a real pain in the ass for a few months with some complications but in the end everything becomes normal again. (I had to resume it pretty quickly) Then 1 year ago I began to have a receding hairline. I didn't really care in the beginning but for about 3 months I've been caring more and more and I'm getting really obsessed about it. I had my DHT level checked 1 week ago and there's no sign of excessiv DHT, or anything bad related to hormones. I do have some seborrheic dermatitis on my back and maybe some on my scalp, I have lots of dandruff and my scalp is really itching. Also everytime I do sport I can feel itchiness from inside in my whole body, and my face is often dry. I don't really understand the cause of my hair loss but I can feel I have a inflammation on my scalp. If anyone could help, I'd really appreciate. Thank's a lot.

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    3. Hello, I'm a 49 year old woman and recently over this year have been noticing my hair seemed to be thinning out. It wasnt until two weeks ago that I actually used a hand mirror to check my hair on top and was upset to see noticable loss at the part line. I went to a medical Naturpath first who thought it was high Cortisol levels caused by stress and she's running blood tests on me. However I am covering all bases so saw a Dermatologist and he thinks it's Androgenetic Alopecia. He gave me pills called Spiractin 100 to take each day to supposedly slow the process down. I've been reading up on this and its usually hereditary, but all my family have had good hair and so did I until this happened. I'm currently doing other tests and will be seeing my other two Doctors in the next week. If anyone has any advice on how I can block DHT in pills or shampoos please let me know or if you have any thoughts on this medication ive been put on. Thanks in advance. I know Im a woman but as this is mostly what happens to men I guess the same things will work for my problem...

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    2. Hey guys, I've noticed over the past year that in addition to my ever growing forehead (which has been happening slowly since I was 17) I seem to be thinning in the area just below my crown in the middle of the back of my head in a somewhat un-uniformed pattern. It isn't noticable if I dont get my hair cut too short but sometimes I do and it bothers me. I've recently restarted fin after being off for 4 years to try and combat the problem, but am now thinking that maybe being on fin in the first place could have caused it. I was on it a year before I quit because I saw no benefit. Has anyone else had this problem? am I just being paranoid, and should I stay on fin?

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    1. I'm mainly asking because I had a consult today, and here's what I was told "Basically you need to under stand that the hair loss is because of reduced blood supply secondary to the DHT effect. When we do hair transplant angiogenesis growth factor makes new blood vessels and as they are formed by hair if the permanent zone from your back area in the bald area so these vessels are permanent and they supply newly transplanted hair and already existing hair as well. My advise is to have the hair transplant in the temples and restore your hairline so that this does not get worse so quickly." This was for a FUE hair transplant, and what I got from it was that by getting one done while I'm at a early stage it'll help prevent balding. But I'm unsure if what he's told me is true.

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