Low-level laser therapy (LLLT) stimulates hair growth but current devices are expensive. A proposed non-profit project aims to create affordable, 3D-printed LLLT devices and collect data on their effectiveness.
User discusses trying Low Level Laser Therapy (LLLT) for hair loss and its high cost. Another user shares their experience combining micro needling, minoxidil, and LLLT, seeing positive results after 2 months.
Considering adding Low Level Laser Therapy (LLLT) to a hair loss prevention regimen; discussing the effectiveness of LLLT, and evaluating double-blind random-controlled trials that have been conducted on laser combs.
The conversation discusses the effectiveness of commercial Low-Level Laser Therapy (LLLT) devices for hair growth, suggesting they are underpowered compared to the ideal energy output shown in medical research. A user plans to build a custom helmet that meets the required specifications for effective treatment.
Hair loss discussion mentions ineffective treatments like Nutrafol and low-level laser therapy sold by transplant clinics. Trust in hair restoration doctors questioned due to promoting these treatments.
The review discusses traditional hair loss treatments like minoxidil and finasteride, and newer options like Low-Level Laser Therapy, microneedling, and platelet-rich plasma for androgenetic alopecia. It highlights the need for more high-quality trials to assess these treatments' effectiveness and standardized protocols for emerging therapies.
The user is using a combination of hair loss treatments including dutasteride, minoxidil, RU58841, low-level laser therapy, ketokonozole, supplements, Viviscal, Nutrafol, microneedling, PRP, and scalp Botox injections, but is still experiencing hair shedding and thinning. Despite being on this regimen for two years, the user's hair condition is worsening, and they are seeking advice on what else they can do.
A 29-year-old male experiencing hair loss due to TRT is using minoxidil and dermarolling but is hesitant to use finasteride or dutasteride due to potential side effects. He is considering low level laser therapy (LLLT), PRP, ketoconazole shampoo, and oral minoxidil as additional treatments. A reply suggests that without a DHT blocker like finasteride or dutasteride, other treatments may not be effective long-term.
Evidence-based treatments for androgenic alopecia, such as minoxidil, finasteride, low-level laser light therapy, dutasteride, platelet-rich plasma, and topical ketoconazole. It discusses the efficacy, safety, and mechanism of action of these treatments, as well as future developments in understanding this polygenic condition.
Laser caps are found to be more effective than 5% minoxidil for treating hair loss, and when combined with minoxidil, they are even more effective. Some users report positive results with laser treatments, while others see no change; the devices are FDA approved, but opinions on their efficacy vary.
Treatments for hair loss, such as topical minoxidil, platelet-rich plasma therapy with or without minoxidil, ketoconazole, non-abative radio frequency, natural products, finasteride and cortexolone 17 alpha propionate. The post evaluates the efficacy and safety of these treatments in various studies.
The post and conversation are about hair loss treatments that have been found to be effective in studies. There are 19 different treatments mentioned, including oral minoxidil, oral dutasteride, topical finasteride, RU58841, and more. The best treatment for an individual depends on factors like availability, cost, side effects, and personal preferences.
A user's experience with hair loss treatments, specifically finasteride/dutasteride, and the potential for nocebo effects to influence side-effects. They caution others against focusing too much on possible side-effects when using these drugs, as they are generally safe and effective.
The conversation is about someone experiencing significant hair regrowth after 23 days on Finasteride and Biotin, with others suggesting additional treatments like Minoxidil and microneedling. Some doubt the speed of hair growth, while others believe Biotin isn't contributing to the results.
Hair loss treatments discussed include Dutasteride with Ketoconazole, tissue engineering strategies, and androgenetic alopecia therapies. Massage doubles follicular retention, improving treatment effectiveness.
The conversation is about seeking new research on hair loss treatments beyond the commonly known ones like Minoxidil and Finasteride. Additions to the list of treatments include topical caffeine, alfatradiol, fluridil, stemoxydine, and upcoming treatments like TDM-105795 and verteporfin.
The user "DaysonDadum" shared their progress pictures after using finasteride and minoxidil for 10 months, along with regularly using Nizoral. They experienced positive results with no noticeable shedding and no side effects. Other users in the conversation asked about dosages and brands of the treatments.
User decides to accept baldness due to mental health issues with finasteride. Others suggest considering hair systems, topical finasteride, or RU58841 as alternatives.
Rating treatments for hair loss, with the help of GPT-4, according to efficacy, evidence and tolerability; a combination of chemicals from research papers, custom compounds, and some suggestions from other users were included.
A user's experience with hair loss treatments, including Finasteride, Minoxidil, Nizoral Shampoo, Rosemary Oil, Vitamin D, Biotin, Vitamin C, Zinc and Dermarolling, that have not been successful over the past 14 months. Other users gave advice on how to cope with the issue, such as exercising, changing mindset, and shaving their head.
The user's progress after using dutasteride for hair loss treatment, and how minoxidil is also a helpful part of this process which can take up to one year to see full effects.
User discusses a promising topical Procyanidin B2 treatment for hair loss. Users share mixed experiences and mention effective treatments like finasteride, minoxidil, and LLLT.
Hair loss treatments discussed include Propecia, Rogaine, Nizoral shampoo, and dermarolling. Users shared experiences and results, with some noticing improvements in hair growth and maintenance.
Hair loss discussion includes LLLT treatments and a satirical condition called PLLLTS, causing patients to resemble lighthouses and attract moths. Some users express concern about others taking the satire seriously.
The conversation is about the lack of discussion on Low-level laser light therapy (LLLT) laser caps for hair loss. One user questions their effectiveness, and another asserts they don't work.
The user is asking for opinions on low level laser light therapy for hair growth and thickening. They have been using it for a year but haven't seen significant results, attributing any regrowth to topical minoxidil.
A 24-year-old man is seeking advice on his current hair loss treatment, which includes 0.5mg Dutasteride daily, 2.5 mg oral Minoxidil daily, and daily low-level light laser therapy, as he's not seen improvement recently. He's also considering a hair transplant in South Korea at age 25 and is asking for opinions on this plan.
Treatments for hair loss, including finasteride, dutasteride, minoxidil, ketoconazole, microneedling, and low level laser light therapy, which aim to reduce DHT production, increase cell absorption and blood flow, and stimulate epidermal stem cells. It also stresses the importance of patience when using these treatments.
Addressing hair loss by focusing on posture, blood flow, and craniofacial development. Methods include improving posture, cardiovascular activity, scalp massages, healthy diet, meditation, using minoxidil, and addressing craniofacial issues.
User experienced hair loss due to anorexia and stress, leading to a difficult journey with wigs and self-esteem. Hair regrowth occurred with spironolactone, but recent hair loss returned, causing uncertainty and emotional struggles.