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Can anyone help??

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by BriBreathe » April 13, 2005 at 7:39 am #36538

Hey Guys,

I’m 23 and like alot of you trying to fight the hairline, i’ve been panicing about my receding hairline since i was 16 even though it was never that bad, but now at 23 its starting to get more noticable and no longer can i put my fringe up at the front as it thins out.

I know this is a question you regulars must have been asked a thousand times so I appologise as this be my first post,

but could anyone recommend a product that has been successful for them or at least reduced hair loss? Something to stop the receding at the front? and do you lose alot of hair in the process? Don’t know how much hair I can afford to lose! :-)

From England it seems harder to find products so nets my best option. Any advice would be gratefully recieved!!
Cheers guys.

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by Sandman729 » April 13, 2005 at 11:16 am #144802

Your best options are Finasteride [1 Propecia or 1/4 Proscar tablet daily] taken in conjunction with AM/PM applications of a topical Minoxidil solution.

Everyone responds differently, but most get some benefit from these treatments. As far as shedding goes, some people shed and others don’t.

Also, you may wish to check Dr. Lee’s website, , a good scoure of honest info and excellent products.

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by Member19074 » April 13, 2005 at 11:18 am #36544

Sandman is not being honest. Check out Rk19. It will stop your hairloss and start growing back your hair within 6 months.

It’s 1/3 the price of what Sandman is pushing and works a lot faster and better.

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by Chris2b » April 13, 2005 at 4:31 pm #36547

RK-19 is like 60 bucks a month, I pay a combo of 25 bucks for Proscar and Minoxidil. We need more info about this RK-19 product to really understand it then just random people telling us it works. Not saying it doesn’t work, but to me it just seems like a multi-vitamin I can buy at the grocery store???

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by BriBreathe » April 14, 2005 at 8:24 am #36571

Thanks for the help, gonna check them out.

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by Horseshoe Head » April 14, 2005 at 8:49 am #36572

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by Horseshoe Head » April 14, 2005 at 8:51 am #36573

Whoops, sorry about the double post.

I just wanted to say that it pisses me off that everytime some dick talks about RK19 they are generally new to the forums – like say less than 1 month.

Obviuosly this is that dick Ken again.

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by Greg1 » April 14, 2005 at 6:57 pm #36595

Hello BriBreath. I’ve been using the LC for close to three years with good results and no bad side effects. The main reason that I choose this form of treatment is because it’s non-invasive.

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