Heavy duty finasteride that comes with higher risks, but scalp injections seem safe and are gaining popularity
Oral minoxidil promotes hair growth but may cause side effects; needs monitoring.
Oral minoxidil effectively treats hair loss, with women needing lower doses (0.25 to 2.5 mg daily) and men needing higher doses (1.25 to 5 mg daily).
Dutasteride-containing mesotherapy effectively treats female hair loss, improving density and thickness with minimal side effects.
Dutasteride and minoxidil mesotherapy effectively treats hair loss with minimal side effects.
The document concludes that injecting dutasteride into the skin (mesotherapy) can effectively treat common hair loss in both men and women.
Dutasteride injections can help treat hair loss in men and women.
RF-mesotherapy with dutasteride may be a promising alternative treatment for hair loss.
User tried DIY Dutasteride Mesotherapy for hair loss due to unsatisfactory Finasteride results. Used mesotherapy injection gun and liquid dutasteride for better results and fewer side effects.
A user shared that adding Dutasteride to Finasteride worsened their hair loss, despite initial improvements with Finasteride alone. Others in the conversation debated the effectiveness of Dutasteride, with some suggesting individual responses vary and others defending its proven efficacy for hair loss.
The launch of Pyrilutamide as a potential hair loss treatment, with people discussing whether it is better than treatments like finasteride and minoxidil. Some participants have also discussed the risks associated with importing drugs from China.
The effectiveness of using dutasteride mesotherapy as a hair loss treatment, with other protocols such as microneedling, vitamin D and B12, zinc, and biotin. The user's results were positive after 4-6 months without any serious side effects.
A user's progress using minoxidil and dutasteride mesotherapy to treat hair loss, with advice from other users on whether or not to continue the treatment. Suggestions included trying oral treatments such as finasteride and RU58841, and considering a hair transplant for more significant results.
A user who attempted to self-administer dutasteride mesotherapy with no success and other users giving their experiences, suggesting the use of treatments such as Minoxidil and Finasteride.
The user is currently using oral finasteride for hair loss and considering adding Eucapil, dutasteride mesotherapy, and microneedling to their treatment regimen. They are seeking alternatives to minoxidil, such as Stemoxydine, due to concerns about minoxidil's side effects.
A new topical Dutasteride with 20 times better scalp absorption being developed and tested for release in 2023; use of existing drugs, such as Minoxidil and finasteride; and mesotherapy as an alternative hair loss treatment.
A user's progress with hair loss treatment, which includes pyrilutamide, dutasteride mesotherapy and topical finasteride, as well as 3 years of minoxidil use. It also discusses whether or not the poster may have had a hair transplant.
A hair loss regimen involving Dutasteride, Oral Minoxidil, Mesotherapy, Topical Minoxidil/Finasteride, RU58841, Alfatridiol, Microneedling, LLLT, Keto shampoo, Vitamin K/D/Fish oil/Borage Oil/MSM, Oral Castor oil and Niacin. It also mentions products that have been dropped from the regimen due to not being worth the hassle or messing with libido.