One of the few advantages of being on Androgen Deprivation Therapy is that you get hair growing where you thought you had lost it permanently. Having been variously on Androcur and Zolodex I can vouch for Androcur as being better in this regard. (I believe it is also used to treat Alopecia - hair loss - in the female of the species!) The hair that does grow back is very fine and flies away from scissors of clippers, but nevertheless it is there (another term is bum fluff!!). However, hair in other parts of the body is also affected. Hair on my arms grows, not thicker but longer. Last time I was on Zolodex I measured some hairs 6 cm in length.
So maybe all these spammers suggesting that we go to India to regain our hair lost through male pattern baldness are wasting their time - we could all go onto Androcur. There are side effects, but I guess it is a choice - hair or testosterone.
I have heard the mermaids singing, each to each.
I do not think that they will sing to me.
I have seen them riding seaward on the waves
Combing the white hair of the waves blown back
When the wind blows the water white and black. T S Eliot. The Love Song of J Alfred Prufrock
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Today i revisited the cc place I stayed at whilst I was undergoing treatment. I had a lot of people looking at me sideways and had to remind them the last time they saw me i was bald! haha
I had a lot of hair growth from my treatment also and my eyelashes were unbelievably long. My arms were like rugs and my legs too, oh and facial hair ... not at all feminine. Luckily it all stopped after a bit and am back to normal hair everywhere.
Spam here as well, my goodness surely people are allowed to give advice on where to obtain the best hairpieces.
Would it be permitted for me to tell who I used to get rid of the hair on my free flap or is this spam too,come on guys where the freedom of choice.
There is a difference. You are here on the site to both give and receive support. So if you want to talk about procedures that have been helpful to you, that is fine. But these people are blatantly on the site to sell services. There is a difference - at least that is my opinion
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