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Old 01-04-2012, 01:10 AM
02chloe 02chloe is offline
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Angry Hair loss help

Been on the patch for aboutyear and a half.atthebeginning seemed great,no problems.then developed a red soretype tng on my nose in may wch after numerous trips to doctor and lotions and potions they still don't know what it is.however my hair in the past six months has started coming out in clumps with about 500 hairs a day coming is bald in patch at the crown.this is seriously depressing and again doctor doesn't know why as all results came back fine,tried many lotions and potions,fortumately I had long thick hair but now can't even style it and keep myself indoors for days on end.could this be the patch even though non of these things happened at the beginning.please help
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Old 10-20-2012, 05:39 PM
donni342 donni342 is offline
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Hello, For hair loss i haerd that propecia works really good. My best friend hes a guy and he was using propecia and his hair is back.
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