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My life has been like a bad football game.

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My life has been like a bad football game. Then one day it all changed. It really is amazing. I am a walking miracle.

My short story of how my life changed with pictures. The
story is true. I have not changed my name. I am telling
it so other people who have suffered the same problem
don't have to. You can call this spam, and I would have a hard time disputing it.

But if you are one who suffers and you end up solving your problem, this won't be spam to you, it will be a
true miracle in your life. Note: I posted this in the pub.

Here is my story:

I had been going bald since I was 18. By the time I was 25 I was a cue ball. I went to Bosley.com in 1984. They made things much, much worse. For the next 20 years I needed prozac to function.

Hairloss caused me a lot of personal stress.

Welp, I am cured. Last year I started growing back my hair again. It has changed my life.

You can call me shallow, etc.. But for me, getting rid of the frustration of hair loss really changed things.

I still have a lot to grow, but growing instead of going is the only way to go.

My latest after pictures.


So Mr. admin if you delete this I understand. If you could at least take the time to check it out. Hell, even come visit me in S.F. or NYC, or send someone you know it the states, there are a bunch of young
guys in their 20 ies who can be saved alot, and I mean alot of emotional pain the the coming years.

Thank you Mr. Admin for at least taking the time to read this. My offer to come visit me or send a friend and verify what I am telling here is a real offer just let me know.

Ken <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/smile.gif" alt="" />

offline Burnham Lad

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So, who's ever seen a football with hair? That would be a bad football game!

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offline MK James

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A lot of emotional pain - what a load of [****!!****]- I've been going bald since I was 20 and I can't wait until I've lost the lot.. <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/grin.gif" alt="" />

offline vienna1964

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Too bloody right !

I am rapidly defoliating and for the last several years have been wearing a No. 1 - talk about instant sex-appeal !

Besides, there is a hormonal treatment which will always grow back a full head of hair which is not difficult to obtain - although I am unsure whether the NHS would fund it as a "cosmetic treatment" It works by reprogramming the follicles to grow "thick" hairs, such as one is used to rather than the "fine" hairs which are actually ever-present - even on a bald pate !
Apparently the treatment will cause an instantaneous complete loss of body-hair initially, but then - the follicles having received their new programme - a luxuriant regrowth occurs. This treatment requires repeated iterations (it is not permanent), but for those who truly object to losing their barnet - a series of treatments would do the trick... interspersed with the regular "in-between" total hair loss which would have to be endured - they would then be able to exult in an otherwise permanent fine coiffure !!!

offline Barry Scott

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i'm guessing this is spam, but how can someone be in both San Francisco and New York at the same time PLUS how could anyone go to Bosley.com in 1984?

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Good spot that man !

offline Barry Scott

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didn't Matt 'Little Britain' Lucas start going bald when he was six or something? Ken, you are officially a wuss

offline mala_D

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Remember reading an "article" in the Ford United [aka Redbridge FC] programme about how English men should follow German men, and attempt to cover their baldness with a hairpiece.
What complete and utter fecking rot!

Anyway...German syrups are too square for our English bonces. <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/smile.gif" alt="" />

offline Woody SUFC

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Going bald at 6!? Poor lad

Some guy i know in Kuwait went bald at 17...and i [censored] ripped the piss out of him...

I've also sent him a link to this page. hahaha

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