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Old 23-01-2007, 04:27 AM   #751
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sometimes i get fed up with all the waiting after applying rogaine to dry that i use the hairdyer......ok or not??

considering switching to the forme one soon....
i had the exat same problem because i need to leave my house early to report for work, hence, the problem of the long time for the minox to dry before i can style my hair

no, you shd not use hairdryer as it takes time for minox to exert its action on your scalp..

right now i have switched to rogaine foam, when it only takes about 5-15 minutes for it to dry and wont leave my hair looking like shat..greasy..etc

im have lots of supplies of rogaine foam if you want at good price . have dealt with several hwz users here with no probs : )

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Old 23-01-2007, 04:29 AM   #752
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hey got back from the clinic earlier on and the doc was unwilling to prescribe Proscar for me... saying the formulation 4 propecia & proscar is different and he is unwilling to do such a thing etc etc etc...
basically wasted my $15 and time...

For those whose doc was willing to prescribe, can tell me where the clinic is... i dun mind anywhere in S'pore. i know it's abit sensitive to post in main, so can anyone pm me... please

I'll be travellin in june and then maybe i'll source around for proscar or propecia if it's cheaper oversea... But in the meantime, I need to slow down my thinning hair

THANX...
in malaysia, check out pharmacies like watsons..and some other farmasi ( thats how the malaysians spell them )

i think it cost avg $80 only
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Old 23-01-2007, 05:52 PM   #753
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in malaysia, check out pharmacies like watsons..and some other farmasi ( thats how the malaysians spell them )

i think it cost avg $80 only
hey thanx...

but i'm rely not free to go malaysia nw, so it'll be much more convenient if i can jus get a prescribtion to buy it here first. in june, i'll be travellin, maybe to Bangkok so i'll scout around there ...
in the meantime, can anyone tell me which clinic they got ur prescribtion for proscar from...

thanx alot..
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Old 30-01-2007, 06:39 PM   #754
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For the referral to NSC, is the polyclinic the only place to get it?

Can i get it from any gp? Cos waiting time for the polyclinic is really long.
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Old 30-01-2007, 08:48 PM   #755
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i went to some professional help. i have some thinning of hair. for each hair foilcure (how to spell?), i have very random amount of hair.
some have 1 thick hair. some 3 thick hair. some 1 thick 1 thin.

i guess the main cause of my hair thinning is my danduff problem when i'm young.

she gave me some sulphur supplement. well, i wanna ask. any1 has the same case as me & got the same prescription?
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Old 30-01-2007, 09:56 PM   #756
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i went to some professional help. i have some thinning of hair. for each hair foilcure (how to spell?), i have very random amount of hair.
some have 1 thick hair. some 3 thick hair. some 1 thick 1 thin.

i guess the main cause of my hair thinning is my danduff problem when i'm young.

she gave me some sulphur supplement. well, i wanna ask. any1 has the same case as me & got the same prescription?
Hi
Sulpur Supplement? For thinning hair, if you are serious about fighting it, you need to get the BIG 3. They are

1) Propecia / Proscar
2) Minoxidil 5%
3) Nizoral


1: propecia is not cheap..i advice u to get proscar from msia
2: minoxidil retails at 70+ at guardians, about 50 from clinics..i have them at only $35 per Rogaine foam can if ur interested : ) its not in the SG market yet and it dries much faster and less greasy than the usual Rogaine solution
3: nizoral is a must have shampoo to fight scalp irritations and more specifally in ur case, dranduff, $18+ from guardian pharmacy, hope this helps!
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Old 30-01-2007, 10:06 PM   #757
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Hi
Sulpur Supplement? For thinning hair, if you are serious about fighting it, you need to get the BIG 3. They are

1) Propecia / Proscar
2) Minoxidil 5%
3) Nizoral


1: propecia is not cheap..i advice u to get proscar from msia
2: minoxidil retails at 70+ at guardians, about 50 from clinics..i have them at only $35 per Rogaine foam can if ur interested : ) its not in the SG market yet and it dries much faster and less greasy than the usual Rogaine solution
3: nizoral is a must have shampoo to fight scalp irritations and more specifally in ur case, dranduff, $18+ from guardian pharmacy, hope this helps!
wow, thanks for the instant reply. i will check these product out.

but for now, i'll give sulphur a try. coz i have no idea how serious my case is for now.

active ingredient for my product
potassium sulfate 33%
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Old 31-01-2007, 05:03 PM   #758
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who got do hair transplant b4??????

how much is it?????????

cos got a scar on my scalp
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Old 02-02-2007, 10:37 PM   #759
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Hairmax laser comb website have announced that they have gotten FDA approval to claim that their product will promote hairgrowth on man with hairloss from NW2A to V. press released to be announce later.

waiting for more update.

www.hairmax.com

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Old 03-02-2007, 11:49 AM   #760
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Hairmax laser comb website have announced that they have gotten FDA approval to claim that their product will promote hairgrowth on man with hairloss from NW2A to V. press released to be announce later.

waiting for more update.

www.hairmax.com
wow great news .. expect price for the lasercombs to increase though..
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Old 03-02-2007, 06:34 PM   #761
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if it really clear by FDA, i will rather get from http://www.amazinglasercomb.com/ than hairmax. it suppose to be better than hairmax in theory and much much more cheaper.

no matter what in the end when it come down to the basic, it still low level laser that FDA clear.
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Old 04-02-2007, 01:46 AM   #762
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if it really clear by FDA, i will rather get from http://www.amazinglasercomb.com/ than hairmax. it suppose to be better than hairmax in theory and much much more cheaper.

no matter what in the end when it come down to the basic, it still low level laser that FDA clear.
i looked thru the site and this product sounds good and indeed much cheaper than hairmax. anybody gonna give it a try?
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Old 04-02-2007, 03:08 AM   #763
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For the laser comb, will it trigger the growing or only juz making the available hair thicker?
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Old 04-02-2007, 04:37 AM   #764
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Tried this product?

Hi,
Has anyone tried this product?

http://www.shaklee.com/pws/library/p..._prodbrief.pdf

Any review on it?
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Old 04-02-2007, 07:16 AM   #765
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how about someone conduct a mass order for those laser brushes from amazinglasercomb ? the price is really cheap..
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