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Hair loss solutions?

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Maid Marion:
Hi LaRae,

That is pretty amazing.  Is you hair naturally wavy?
My hair is thick and wavy.  It becomes more manageable as it gets longer.

Marion

Chloe M:

--- Quote from: Rachel Montgomery on February 06, 2020, 02:44:13 pm ---I am just about completely bald.  Does anyone know what the best solution is for me?  I doubt there is enough hair to transplant.  I assume I would need a hairpiece or wig.  I have seen commercials where people swim in their hair pieces.  Does anyone here have actual experience with prosthetic hair replacement options?  What do you recommend I look into?

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Etsy.com do a range of gym and swim wigs, Think it cost me 40 pounds or there abouts.

kaygee:

--- Quote from: Rachel Montgomery on February 06, 2020, 06:04:20 pm ---I think I am beyond the point of Finasteride.  I am more asking about weaves, hair pieces and extensions.

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My understanding is that Finasteride will not increase your hair volume, but will slow down your hair loss considerably.

My experience jives with that.

LaRae:

--- Quote from: Maid Marion on February 08, 2020, 09:27:50 am ---Hi LaRae,

That is pretty amazing.  Is you hair naturally wavy?
My hair is thick and wavy.  It becomes more manageable as it gets longer.

Marion

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Yep, it's naturally ringlets. It gets hard to handle once it hits about ear level. It's finally past that point now, so it's mostly easy street. In previous pre-thinning attempts, I almost always cut it before it got this long, but this time I stubbornly rode out the awkward phases, as there was a long time I didn't even consider this possible.

The morning tangles are hell, though, let me tell ya.  ;D

AnonyMs:
Here’s what 2 months of a magic potion does

https://imgur.com/gallery/1mE3GOV

Hard to believe it’s possible.

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