Author Topic: Growing long hair on less than optimal conditions?  (Read 1198 times)

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Apples Mk.II

Growing long hair on less than optimal conditions?
« on: November 11, 2012, 12:31:56 pm »
One thing I was recommended to do during the therapy was to start growing my hair, to adapt my aspect in the meantime.

As many of you know, I'm fighting with the hair loss at this time. I started with dutasteride two months ago and although I'm starting to see some regrowth and lots of tiny new hairs, it still looks weak and has some shedding. Not as bad as one month ago, but not good either.

I don't know if I can start growing my hair in this state, or if for conservation purposes, it would be better to keep it short while in the next months dutas does it magic, to avoid the weight damaging it? It is still too thinned on the top. I don't have visible bald spots if combed propely, other than my temples, but... It is almost on life support at this time.