Pical minox is bull above 15.
By 2018 not so sure, Replicel/sheseido I did have hopes in.
I’m telling you, setipiprant WILL halt hairloss. Nevertheless, ru58841 already blackish ar receptors lol so that fin thing won’t work. They will never get funding, the REAL cure should have came from lausters team. Thence you need to either get a transplant, or play around with further pgd2 compounds pically or pge2/pge1/pgf2, and stuff. Pgd2 inhibition is the most important discoveries in hair biology next to cloning and that should be a while before finding and trials take place. Setipiprant was the cheapest pgd2 drug available and is basically why it was chosen, besides the fact that it is through multiple trials and tested out safely. On p of that, setipiprant is the ONLY thing that might be able to stop pattern baldness. Mjones is right. Now pay attention please. My dermatologist prescribed me to me and said to use one drop on any temple and a couple at the crown to thicken things up.
Good find admin!
Hopefully this new plant is now developed for Bim release in Only thing that concerns me as that many doctors are prescribing latisse off label for hair loss.
Dr Baumann has a few patients using it but I never saw a real difference in begone after pics. So, I haven’t seen much success or impressive results. Bimatoprost won’t work, you will waste your money, a great deal more if you use Latisse instead of Lumigan, they are identical thing. Maybe this new version has yielded better results, hopefully much better… maybe we know it next month, we really need to see. Neither WONT WORK since dosage is way less than the last tests, that were not published yet. Get informed better. Science guy I am saying these things to keep your expectations realistic and for you to not get all crushed when a tally new treatment doesn’t meet your unrealistic expectations.
I hope I am 100 wrong and you all kick my ass for being wrong but look at the results of these new upcoming treatments…wait I forgot they haven’t showed a single picture of anything. Histogen showed a pic of a woman with minimal temple growth. I’m not only one that called you out for this. All I said was that on every post, you post some stupid negative comment about the cure being like a billion years away. For example, go find another blog, if you don’t think there should be a cure soon. Generally, I never said there must be a cure within 5 years. That is interesting. I urge you to read my comments again.
Alright I accept that it’s not a perfect result. Histogen will perfect their technique in their final clinical trial. I like samumed, follica and seti. Revolutionary treatments that focus on stem cell revitalization, internal blocking of pgd2 that shows great promise. I really hope bim surprises us all and that allergen powered up its strength and can grow some good regrowth. Just seeing my hair thin after 12 success for awhile being that propecia stopped working all of a sudden without life or health changes is just a kick in the balls. Seriously. Added rogaine, scalp massages, now a drop of latisse to any scalp which was recommended by my dermatologist and still losing ground. I doubled the dose if fin to 2mg. Sounds familiardoes it not? Science guy we shall clear the slate and start off fresh again.) I am just for ages being that I did all the right things.
I see my temples and crown thin every month so quickly.
Norwood 5 for 12 years.
It’s scary! It’s next to impossible to be optimistic when nothing works out. Something needs to come out before it’s Actually the big question is why don’t they show the results on a mpb man scalp?
It doesn’t look like thick hair to me.
Come on now, you have to agree with me on that.
Dark prince I have to disagree about the picture. On p of this, being able to alter your genetic material to manipulate hair growth shouldn’t be all that impossible. If you really seek for to look at this thing approached from another way, look up crispr/cas9 genome editing. I hope you are right about new release of drugs for a while being that I need it badly. Paul Phoenix I use a drop of latisse to any temple for the past 3 weeks. The trouble is within and you must attack it within. I still reckon that internals like seti could be the way to go. I have nothing other than more miniaturized hairs and rapid recession. I am not I don’t think the ramifications will be Therefore if we can isolate the gene that controls hair growth and modify.
I don’t think gene editing is as dangerous as you think.
I think you’re a great guy mjones.
What’s the alternative, I’m almost sure I can’t force you to be optimistic. Then, he already knows the efficiency of the drug for scalp hair. Admin I will find the exact article where the ceo said that he should release Bim in I agree with you that it’s a weird statement to say before completion of clinical trials. Now please pay attention. Look, that’s an excellent field to be in science guy.) As for speeding up the process for a cure surely is out of our reach. Now this was 3000 years ago without any high tech gadgets. I think over a span of 3000 years those remedies and ancient treatments will have been advanced. It’s all determined by ceo and pharmaceutical companies, fda blah blah blah. I would laugh if my assumption was true. Now pay attention please. Lol. Basically, ancient greeks were brilliant with medicine, architecture and astronomy. Now please pay attention. That said, this may sound like a joke but I bet the cure or great treatment already exists.
May be injecting propecia to the scalp to block dht direct or high potent rogaine like 50percent minox.
I read somewhere that the ancient Greeks, aka hippocrates had cures for cancer, diabetes and similar diseases but they was removed from society or locked away to never be released.
I actually believe it. It will still be a while before both of the treatments for this are released. Let me tell you something. Constriction for a whileer present and later pge2 must be elevated because In order to get regrowth, pgd2 MUST be inhibited.
Barthes you make a very solid point.
There hasn’t been a single photo of a person from any trial grow a n of hair.
All these amazing companies like intercytex and Aderans failed. Needless to say, hT will get more business if these treatments pan out and perform as novel treatments compared to fin and min. I am for any longer being that I have been learking on these forums since 2001 and we have gotten jack sht since after that,. Eventually, like real thick terminal hair making a straight hairline again or completely filling in bald crown. Just crap pical like neogenics and snake oils. I’m currently pretty broke but I’m hoping by the time something useful comes out I’ll be able to afford it!
Very interesting admin! I am waiting in hopeful anticipation for some announcement type before the end of the year. I don’t agree that only for low norwoods. I think that real cure is possible in about a decade, maybe faster in Japan due to law for cell therapies. The issue is no options to halt further loss, hT now with p doctors should be for a while because thanks to them there should be a lot more HT candidates and having a surgery may be more secure, surgeons should really look forward to theses meds. Of course I think it’s quite realistic scenario that this state of affair going to be dramatically changed soon. Eventually, in 26 years however I am quite sure that hair loss scene will look completely diffrent.
Seti, CB and Replicel will give us real options for maintanance, bim, SM and Kerastem should be good for regrowth. NW5 etcetera it would’ve been possible to stop that disease, have some regrowth and fill the rest with FUE/FUT. Not sure if this will carry over into the use of bim on the scalp and create a darkened scalp or not though. You see, the aftereffects of latisse was a possibility of darkened eyelids, I’d say if I remember correctly. I’d still be willing to give it a try probably. For instance, I don’t wash my hair at nighy just my body to clean off the gym. Then again, while in the course of the day my scalp is dry not oily, when I wake up in thr morning my scalp is oily but was not that normal. I was using rogaine at night for 10 months. Essentially, I pit one drop on any temple and one on the swirl of my crown where it’s thinning. Now let me tell you something. So that’s my 3rd week on it, as for latisse. Known hopefully that was just a shed and that my hair grows back. Some thickening in the crown with that at month 4 but lost gains this past summer when I went to Italy.
I work out at the gym before I sleep so that could just be the swear build up.
Haven’t really noticed, as for increased sebum.
My crown ok a big hit. No results yet, just further recession. There is some more info about this stuff here. SETI is the real deal. Have you heard of something like this before? Applying minoxidil to that style of scalp/hair could give you some really good regrowth and on p of that thicken/darken up your hair, So in case you cut your hair short. That said, just hang in there brother. I may not be a scientist but don’t expect a full head of hair in 2020 if you are a nwThe science was not even there yet. So that’s coming from the exact words for a University of Pennsylvania researcher dermatologist that I visited 2 months ago about hair loss.
Tell her she is wrong not me.
Thank you Athmane.) I am a realist not a pessimist.
I do however believe by 2020 low Norwoods nw 1 to 5 will have great options to fill in thicker density with seti or samumed. That said, I believe they need to increase the percentage of bim for results not the amount and the absorption vehicle so that it penetratres the scalp better. Let me tell you something. So if this stuff is capable of making peach fuzz and those mini dark hairs that can’t turn terminal thick healthy hair hereafter this should be a breakthrough for low Norwoods. Your pessimism isn’t appreciated whatsoever. You are not a scientist, nor do you have any insight as to what really was happening in this field. With that said, mJONES, please stop commenting on this blog. Always revert back to your old ways, I’m quite sure I believe you’ve been called out numerous times, and you temporarily change. With that said, this blog should be better without you. As a rule of a thumb, read over the guidelines of it.
SETI has a better for any longer being that there is a clause in the act about repurposing drugs for other illnesses. Cures act is currently stuck at the senate unfortunately. I have discussed Allergan a couple of times on this blog throughout the past year. I know that the acquiring company hereafter changed its name to Allergan, for awhile being that the latter is a lot more widely known than the former, the company has had an extremely eventful In March of this year, it was acquired by Ireland’s Actavis. More importantly for us hair loss sufferers, in June of this year Allergan acquired Kythera Biopharmaceuticals. Let me tell you something. Allergan now holds the rights to three potentially blockbuster products. I’ve been a lot more optimistic about Setipiprant than about Bimatoprost, like many hair loss forum members. While Setipiprant turns out to be even more effective and capable of growing new hair, hopefully Bimatoprost turns out to be at the very least as effective as Minoxidil. Even if that does not necessarily mean that the results were are delayed for many months.
I should note that I have read some positive testimonials about Bimatoprost on hair loss forums, and itis almost impossible that a Allergan representative is posting such testimonials.
There’s an ideal chance that it my be needed.
Basically the for any longer because being since the addition of new processing equipment for packaging. In any event, the key reason for writing this for ages being that a couple of days ago a member on the Baldtruthtalk forums posted an interesting link regarding Allergan expanding its plant in Waco. It is the VP of operations said something very interesting. Plant already makes weaker versions of Bimatoprost. Blog readers who live in Texas, please go to Waco and do some ground research! Out of interest guys how many people on this forum take finasteride and have suffered no or very little aftereffects. Anyways, hair has just started falling out and I’m considering fin as I realise it’s my best shot… Feel like people on this forum are more educated than other forums so prepared to listen!
Egghead, I’m pretty sure I am quite similar age and have quite similar sentiments as you.
I was confident when I was 18 that by the time I was in my late 20’s they’d have this 100percentage fixable.
Those who are pessimistic have more than enough reason to be so on the basis of the way the past has gone. Besides, the two best treatments were discovered by accident for AGA, and were meant to treat other things, Maybe we are at a tipping point where loads of breakthroughs gonna be coming. I am still 100 completely confident we will have something equally as good if not better than fin and minoxidil by I am not as confident in the ability of my soon to be NW 7 turned into a NW 1 or NW 0 by that time. I shave it now, as I am NW4/Was maybe a NW 5 at most when I quit it 5/6 years ago. It’s a well I was flat wrong. So, being off of it has 100 helped in those areas. Actually, I did have sides and didn’t feel like a healthy man. I ok propecia from 16/17 until 20/21 and it did definitely halt hair loss.
I am sure that the main problem to me isn’t allowing human trials.
My hair loss has picked up substantially.
I understand that the results may be dangerous. Known very for a while as we all only have one life and one youth to live. Have you heard of something like that before? Better place to test potential new cures for male pattern baldness IS ON THE SCALP OF THOSE WITH AGA ….LIVING BREATHING BALDING/COMPLETELY BALD SCALP, NOT MICE OR ANYTHING ELSE. Seriously. So this field moves incredibly slow, it really ain’t a complaint, And so it’s an absolute fact on the basis of past observations. Just think for a moment. Past speaks for itself, I actually believe in science and really do think they could crack this and I remain hopeful. Anyways, is there anything we can do to expedite research and development?
Albeit I will love for a cure to be found so I can research something else, I specifically became a biology major so I could get into hair biology.
I understand your frustrations.
Maybe there’s something we can do, I’m only an undergraduate and obviously far brighter minds than mine have failed to come up with a cure. Hopefully LeBron will By the way I dont get the excitement for allergans bim. I dont get it. Now let me tell you something. They put their testing on hold from what I understand due to lack of efficacy yet people believe it may be released soon. Anyway, your right admin.
We all need a complete cure that can turn a completely bald head hairy again. Alot will also be very very satisfied with something better than Fin to maintain and slow down further loss. So here’s why this article/post was written, the suspect that Allergan is planning for a release, that would indicate the new version worked better. While using a higher dosage and improving absorption, may have yielded better results, for any longer because being since the expectation that the latest trials. That’s the reason why there’s some excitement, got it?? Therefore, hair transplants seem utterly barbaric and stupid. I’d say if one was to get a HT, I’d wonder how that will affect your future possibilities of being able to grow back. Notice that I completely agree. I don’t imagine messing around with the follicles should be good for that.