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If you've used Procerin, please help others by adding your feedback. What would you tell your best friend about this product? Please remember that we do not give medical advice. That is for your local health care provider, who is familiar with your medical history. You can use the form below to add your comments, feedback or Procerin review.


Subj: I am confident again
Date: 11/20/2007
I am 22 years old and have been experiencing thinning and receeding hair since the age of about 20. Slow at first... but then extremely fast. I tried Propeica for exactly 6 months... and I was just starting to notice results. However I was also experiencing extreme sexual side effects. And I thought to myself... what's the point of having hair if you can't bloody perform in the sack. So I immediately stopped usage of propecia. It's taken roughly 4 months for the side effects to wear off. but I'm happy that they have, because I've heard some people are ruined for life (which I could recommend a great treatment for people who are still struggling with propecia side effects.)

Since stopping propecia I've started on procerin. I am 4 months into treatment and I am absolutely stoked with the results. Where I used to be self conscious and embarrassed about my hair (or lack of) I can now style and brush my hair. I am not finding heaps of hair on my pillow or in the sink. I am confident again and would recommend procerin to anyone. I am kinda upset that I have read so many people claiming that procerin is a SCAM and it's useless. It obviously didn't work for them but it discourages others from trying it out. It's a great feeling when family and friends notice the difference too! I would also like to add that I am not a scammer... I am not paid by any company or any of that crap. If anyone has any questions or comments feel free to contact me. I can show that I am a real person with real results! pics and vids and all. ahaha boo yeah!
Steve

AskDocWeb: Sorry Steve, we don't publish the email address of any poster.


Subj: Is Procerin worth getting?
Date: 11/21/2007
Hello, I am thinking about getting Procerin. I am 23 years old and I was just wondering if you think it is worth me getting it. I first noticed I was receding when I was about 17 and I must admit at this point now at 23 its nothing MAJOR at all, its at the temple sides where the receding starts and it probably goes back about 4cm. Its probably gone back 2 to 3 cm in the last 3 years so like I said nothing major, I was even thinking that my hair line now is like my dads (age 65) but he's had the same hairline since he's been about 35 (from pics I've seen). Anyway will procerin help grow this back or will it just stop it from receding more? Or is 3-4cm over the course of 6 years not enough hair loss to warrant taking Procerin? All help much appreciated. Thank you,
Rob

AskDocWeb: Procerin is more likely to help you keep the hair you have than it is to grow it back. For men in your age group, 61% reported hair loss slowed or stopped and 23% reported the growth of new hair. When to start is up to you but it is known that the earlier you start treatment the better your results.


Subj: 55 year old
Date: 11/22/2007
I noticed that I stopped losing my hair after approximately one month of usage. The hair I did have remaining on my head looked thicker and healthier. However, no new hair grew, so I stopped using Procerin. Now I am noticing the return of hair loss and will re-order and resume treatment. I am 55 years old.
Gary


Subj: I HATE BALDING!
Date: 11/24/2007
I've been taking it for about a little over two months because I realize centimeter by centimeter that my hair was falling out in front of my head. It has kept on receding as I still take procerin. I have long hair and it's starting to become extremely noticeable. Is there any product I can use to speed up the process of keeping the hair I still have? I HATE BALDING!
J

AskDocWeb: You are not alone, most of the guys reading this page agree with you. It may be a losing battle in the long run but we all want to postpone that day as long as possible. The next time you pick up your shampoo, ask yourself if it supports hair growth. If not we suggest you take a look at Nisim Biofactors.


Subj: Went back on Procerin
Date: 11/26/2007
I am 33 years old and have used Procerin now for about 10 months though am off schedule with frequent doses missing. Usually I take it at least 1x daily. I began to lose my hair violently one summer when about 24, coming up with handfuls when washing my hair but I had so much that the overall effect was not noticed so I didn't react. It was not till I married in my late 20's that I began to notice that my hair was thinner in diameter and overall had less body so I used more hair products to bulster it. I noticed when turning 30 that my front was receeding fast and again my hair was weak. I started medical residency around that time and with the stress my hair began to fall out quite fast and I began to notice with a mirror the back thinning with the scalp visible. So around Jan 2007 I ordered the procerin and began taking it. I often missed a nighttime or a day dose here and there to the point I had 2 full bottle when I got a new 3m shipment in this summer (it likely came weeks early). I have to say I did notice some thickening in the hair shaft and smaller hairs growing a half cm in front of the hairline. Overall I could grow my hair out again without it being limp and thin looking. But overall when I did grow my hair out in the past the hair health seemed to improve (maybe the scalp is kept warm and the hairs collect natural oils for their protection over time).

Some side effects I have noticed is I am more bloated looking and my libido decreased with weight gain (it is hard to say how much of that is due though to an aging person in an aging marriage with high stress work). In any case, I felt it a bit annoying, though I was not sure if any of the 3 were related to procerin. In any case, I decided to stop in June 2007 and after 1 month noticed that my hair became overall very thin looking and limp again, though I did lose some weight and looked less bloated. But I was moving at the time and had a lot of stress so I can't say how much that contributed and I can say without a doubt that stress in my life has played a strong roll in hairloss. But that scared me and I went back on Procerin.

Overall, after 10 months I have my doubts and am not 100% sure still, and I don't like adding any chemicals to my body with guesswork behind a lot of them. I can say though that I have not taken the supplement consistently. Right now I have a head of hair with no bald spots but the sides of my front are receding far into my head and the hairs on my crown are thinning in diameter. I will give it 2 more solid months and make a decision then. There are many mind games when it comes to hairloss and for the life of me it is hard other then my hair seeming thicker if I have gotten an overall benefit. To note, I have 3 brothers all with good heads of hair.
Chris


Subj: Before using procerin
Date: 11/26/2007
I am 27 and I lost my thick hair since 3 years ago. I just received my order of procerin yesterday. I have survey the Yahoo Health site about procerin and active ingredient about saw palmetto and possible side effects of saw palmetto. It reports that if you experience symptoms of a serious allergic reaction including difficulty breathing; closing of your throat; swelling of your lips, tongue, or face; or hives from saw palmetto, then should stop it. Before use procerin, a person must advised to checked with doctor if the person has cancer of the prostate or any other sex hormone-related disease or disorder. It is very important and cannot mix with tea or any other herbs that will increase the dosage. Other less serious side effects have also been reported. It is better hope any people can share together here.
Alex

AskDocWeb: If you are being treated for any disease, check with your doctor before you take any herbal supplement.


Subj: My best bet?
Date: 11/26/2007
I am 20 and have started thinning up on my temples. After reading results from all the different hair loss solutions, it looks to me like my best bet is Procerin. Do you agree? Thanks,
John

AskDocWeb: We don't know enough about your situation and goals to agree or not. If you want to regrow hair on your temples then we have no recommendation for a product that will do that. If you just want to decrease hair loss and keep what you have then Procerin is a good choice.


Subj: Front hair line?
Date: 12/5/2007
Hi, I have used procerin in the past and I thought it made some change in the front hair line. But I looked at your reviews, is procerin only used for the back and top of your hair? And also what do you know if any about the product provillus. Thanks,
George

AskDocWeb: Some men have reported that Procerin works for their front hairline but not enough for us to recommend its use for that purpose. For Provillus reviews see this page.

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