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I am a 22 year old male who's pretty much always had a higher hairline. It's pretty normal in the front but the sides by the temples have never had too much hair. It never used to bother me because it never got any worse before. I thought it might be thinning at the hairline this year so I ordered just the pill version of procerin since the crown of my had was fine. Mostly, i just wanted to slow down any shedding.
It was fine for a few weeks and I felt like shedding was slowing down and even had some new hairs that were a little lower than my hairline like some people have mentioned. However, I recently got my hair cut short and noticed that certain parts of my hair at the top and the sides (the left side in particular) are noticeably thinner. I have never been able to see my scalp before when it was cut short and now everything just feels very thin and I've been shedding much more than I used to.
What scares me is the hair looks healthy and dark rather than the thin ones I used to shed. I've heard some horror stories of people who's hair was permanently affected by things like this and I'm afraid I've caused unnecessary damage to my hair that wasn't that bad to begin with. Some people say the shedding is good, but other argue that shedding with saw palmetto products is bad. With the increased shedding and noticeable thinning, along with random chest pain in the morning, I've just now stopped the product. My question is, will my hair go back to normal? Have I done unnecessary damage? MPB does not really run in my family. No one is completely bald and the balder relatives aren't even that bad so I don't think it's a coincidence. What is your take on all this?
AskDocWeb: If, and we want to stress that "if", the product was working to slow your rate of hair loss, then stopping it should increase the rate of hair loss over the next few months. Note that it is normal to shed about 100 or so hairs daily. Ideally you would have got your hair cut short before starting Procerin so that you would have a realistic view of the before condition. That aside, we haven't heard of any permanent damage caused by this product.
can i use procerin with grey defence or are there any ingredients that when used together will cause adverse effects? thanks
AskDocWeb: Grey Defence appears to contain Catalase, L-Methionine, Selenium Amino Acid Complex, Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine HCL), Vitamin B12 (methylcobalamin), and Folic Acid. Procerin contains Saw Palmetto, Magnesium, Zinc Sulfate, Pyroxidine, and a proprietary blend of 30mg containing Gotu Kola, Nettles, Pumpkin seed, Siberian Ginseng, Muira Puma Root and Uwa Ursi. No interactions have been reported between any of those ingredients so it appears to safe when used as directed. Of course there is always the possibility of being allergic to one of those ingredients. Since many of those ingredients interact with prescription medications check with your doctor if you are taking prescription drugs.
Procerin shampoo and tablets have worked great for me, I went from having 10 to 15 hairs on my hands after shampooing to 1 or 2 within a month. Great stuff. However, it does not re-grow for me, simply assisted in retaining what I had. So now I am trying Rogaine Foam 5%, while maintaining the intake of Procerin tablets. My question is, should I continue the Procerin shampoo? I am concerned that the procerin shampoo could be cleansing off the minoxidil benefits on my scalp. Please help? Thank you.
AskDocWeb: As far as we know there is no Procerin shampoo, at least not on the procerin.com website. There is an XT foam but that contains minoxidil. Using both the XT foam and Rogaine foam would be overdosing with minoxidil - not recommended.
Long-term side effects?
the feedbacks i read were just positi, but something that always goes through my head is, if there were any healthy problems after long term study. i was thinking maybe about 8-10 years. were there any side effects or damage emerged? and is the hair loss getting bigger after deposited the pille. p.s sorry for my english. cheers
AskDocWeb: That is why we keep the forum open, to allow users to report long-term effects. So far there are none reported.
Does alcohol effect Procerin?
hi i have been taking procerin for 4 months and hair seem's to be still falling out. i take the procerin pills and use the shampoo, just wondering if alcohol effects it or if it does?
AskDocWeb: We have seen nothing to indicate that alcohol might have any effect on the effectiveness of Procerin. Even so, after 4 months we would expect some result or discontinue using the product. If it had positive results that you didn't notice then you might experience an increase in hair loss over the following couple of months after discontinuing - if that happens then you can always start using it again.
Change of address
Thank you for sending Procerin order: PRCRX-925581, but shipping & billing address is in correct. Please change my address (deleted) Arlington, VA 22207 instead of (deleted).
AskDocWeb: We didn't send you anything. Procerin is sold by a completely different business. You need to contact procerin.com to make any changes to your order.
Hello, I'd like to chime in woth my comments on procerin I started thinking in the front and a bit on the crown about two years ago. I had long hair and it wasn't to big of a deal, so I didn't. Really think much of it Earlier this year, my thinning went into over drive, and it was definitely noticeable. I decided to give procerin a shot I'm a 33 year old white male, blonde, healty-ish and work I'm a high stress job. I cut my hair short before I started procerin.
I've been on procerin now for just about 3 months, and most of what I noticed is the hair loss has definitely slowed down. I'm still shedding a little but from reading the thread here that seems to happen to some guys, so not to big a deal. I've noticed some re growth as well, on the hair line and temples, but it's mainly thin strands of different links and doesn't really add a lot to the overall appereance. I've already got another 3 month supply ready to go, so I'll check back then. As of right now, I'd say to slow/stop hair loss, this works, regrowing, the jury is still out.
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