Scalp micropigmentation as a treatment for hair loss, and the importance of choosing a reputable practitioner to get a natural look. Different treatments such as laser removal were also discussed in relation to long-term maintenance.
User discusses scalp micropigmentation for denser hair appearance and its benefits compared to lifelong treatments. Special ink is used, which can fade and blur over time but can be topped up.
User considers scalp micropigmentation (SMP) for hair loss. Mixed opinions shared; some regret it, others satisfied. Choosing reputable clinic and technician is important.
Hair loss treatments, specifically Scalp Micropigmentation and potentially Minoxidil, Finasteride, or RU58841.
Treatments for hair loss, such as minoxidil and finasteride; scalp micropigmentation; and humorous approaches to accepting baldness.
A 21 year-old feeling depressed about hair loss and how to cope with it, discussing various treatments such as finasteride, minoxidil, dutasteride, hair pieces, and scalp micropigmentation. There is also discussion of accepting oneself and redefining self-worth in order to not base one's entire identity on their hair.
The user's decision to shave their head rather than continue using drugs like finasteride and minoxidil to try and stop hair loss, as well as other suggestions such as scalp micropigmentation.
The conclusion of the conversation is that the user has tried various medications and treatments for hair loss, including minoxidil, finasteride, microneedling, and nizoral shampoo, but has not seen any progress. They have decided to shave their head. Other users suggest options such as hair transplants, RU58841, hair units, and scalp micropigmentation.
User experienced significant hair growth in 3 months using finasteride, minoxidil, microneedling, and scalp massages. Others questioned the authenticity of the results due to the rapid progress.
Treating Seborrheic Dermatitis, a fungal scalp condition which can cause hair loss. Treatments discussed include antifungal shampoos, cold showers, exfoliating the scalp, taking Vitamin D, and stimulating the prostate through the anus.
A user who had two hair transplants and is still concerned about their crown area, despite other people reassuring them that it looks normal. The advice given was to use Minoxidil, Finasteride, SMP, and to consider speaking with a therapist.
A user who shaved their head and noticed red bumps on their scalp afterwards, with advice ranging from growing out facial hair to smiling more.
A hair tattoo substitute for a hair transplant, which many people felt was not a good idea. Several treatments were suggested as alternatives, such as Scalp Micro Pigmentation (SMP) and wigs.
A user who has had positive results from using finasteride, minoxidil and microneedling for hair loss over the past two years. Replies to this post congratulated the user on their progress and praised them for their success.
Body hair transplants may look better if kept very short. People with limited donor regions or waiting for Verteporfin or FAK Inhibitors could consider this option.
User tried oral dut 0.5mg, oral min 5mg, topical RU 80mg, and weekly microneedling at 1.5mm for hair loss. Others commented on the significant improvement and potential for future hair transplant.
Hair loss advice: stick with treatment, get a good haircut, focus on maintenance, self-care, and accept oneself. Treatments mentioned: Minoxidil, Finasteride, RU58841.
The struggles of hair loss at a young age and available treatments, such as medication (Finasteride, Minoxidil, Dutasteride, Derma Rolling) and potential options for hair systems or cloning in Japan. People discussed their own experiences with trying to cope with the emotional aspects of this condition.
User discusses hair loss and treatments, including Minoxidil, finasteride, and RU58841. Concealers like dermamatch help improve appearance of hair thickness.
A 21-year-old woman diagnosed with male pattern baldness (MPB) who is considering treatments such as spironolactone, minoxidil and finasteride to address her hair loss. The user also discusses potential solutions for concealing the appearance of her thinning hair, such as wigs or haircuts.
This user has been struggling with hair loss for the past two years and attempted to treat it using finasteride and minoxidil. Despite their efforts, they have not seen any improvement in their condition, so they have decided to shave or buzz their head instead. Others gave advice on other treatments that could be tried if desired.
A user's transformation from an accountant to a spartan with a full beard, discussing the potential of DUPA and alopecia areata, as well as treatments like vitamins, topicals, and natural treatments for potential regrowth.
User Tricky9555 tried various hair loss treatments for 8 months with no visible results. Others suggested considering a hair transplant, checking thyroid levels, and being patient for up to 24 months for potential results.
A user who has been shaving his head for 15 years looking for potential treatments to regrow hair; the replies range from advice to try out medications such as finasteride and minoxidil, to suggestions of changing up his look with facial hair or hobbies.
User had success with dutasteride for hair loss after finasteride didn't work. Some experienced increased cholesterol and debated its relation to DHT.
This conversation is about a 40 year old male who has been using Dutasteride every other day, Minoxidil once daily, micro needling roughly every other week, Nizoral twice a week and vitamins to help with hair loss. The user experienced a shed at 7 months but noted improvement since then and was looking to fill in the gaps around their temples more. Others discussed potential side effects of Finasteride versus Dutasteride and suggested a hair transplant as well as questioned whether or not micro needling works alone.
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.
User discusses two medications for stopping hair loss: Fin (finasteride) and Dut (dutasteride). Mixed experiences and side effects are shared, with some users seeing positive results.
Hair loss treatments discussed include Minoxidil, Finasteride, RU58841, ass hair transplant, topical Viagra, castration, and transitioning to female. A user mentions an experimental drug called M4U-5 (Mousteride) that turns you into a mouse.
A woman who is considering giving up on her hair loss journey after trying minoxidil and spironolactone, but other posters offer words of encouragement and suggest the use of wigs.