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15-16 years of age hairloss (Hair Replacement Systems)

posted by gc1961, 05.07.2007, 19:33

» » I'm wondering about you guys that say that you've started losing hair
» » around 15-16 years old if you guys were heavy shampoo users?
» »
» » This has to be shampoo related.
» »
» » I don't buy the hair transplant doctors' theory for one second that
» hair
» » has a definite life span and then it dies. BS.
» »
» » I refuse to believe that a teenager's hair has reached the end of it's
» » life span around 15-16 years of age. Something is "causing" this hair
» » loss.
» »
» » Dr. Widows
» No responses from my question? Why not?
» Admit you over-dosed on shampoo and we can move forward.

How dumb can 1 man be?

The reason is simply the kicking in of hormones at puberty; this is clearly the major event at this age that for many of us initiates MPB.

If it was shampooing, why does it wait until 16 years of shampoo use for it to start to have an impact. Why don't people that are more sensitive to shampoo chemicals start to lose hair prior to puberty.

Dumb, dumb, dumb.

gc1961 is located in [NA] and he is available to meet: NO

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