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If Massaging Supposedly Doesn't Work, Why Do Some Experts Say Prp Does?

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If Massaging Supposedly Doesn't Work, Why Do Some Experts Say Prp Does?

Post  DevilHands on Sun Apr 30, 2017 11:37 am

As far as I know, people are very skeptical when it comes to natural treatments. Most if not all hair doctors/experts would say massaging doesn't regrow hair.

Something to ponder about while doing my research however is that experts claims that the main culprit is DHT and quickly scoffs off at people who says massaging helps.

On the other hand, people who had success with massage says that massaging breaks up the calcium/sebum etc build up on the head and thus increase its blood flow. These people claim that DHT is not really the main culprit.

See where I am getting at?

For people who don't want to get a hair transplant, "experts" would give Platelet Rich Plasma as an option. Isn't that the same thing as trying to put more blood flow in your head? Except that its way more painful and expensive.

While I understand that PRP doesn't seem to work for everybody, it can't be denied that it works for someone else. Plus its an accepted method by hair loss experts.

This would shift their belief of the "DHT theory" into the "Blood flow theory".

My guess is PRP doesn't work for everybody because they haven't remove the calcium/sebum or whatever dirt thats stuck in their head to have proper flow.

I truly think there's something that "experts" aren't telling to the community just to fill in their pockets.

Ive been doing massage for a few weeks now and I truly felt a shift in the quality of my hair. To be frank I am not sure if I am just being delusional but I'll continue to do this and see how it goes.

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Re: If Massaging Supposedly Doesn't Work, Why Do Some Experts Say Prp Does?

Post  CF on Sun Apr 30, 2017 1:35 pm

Assuming that this is accurate:

Platelets, the smallest of the Blood cells; make up 5% to 7% of total Blood volume.

Then I believe it would be from the increased amount of platelets (which are rich in growth factors) versus that which would enter the area from a simple massage.

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Post  Hairbeback on Sun Apr 30, 2017 1:57 pm

Experts is a loose word. Getting a degree doesn't make you smart nor intelligent, it just makes you educated. You think these doctors really care or research if there is other ways to regrow hair? I don't think they care enough, they are getting paid and probably between being a doctor, possibly having a family, maybe kids, or single going on dates working out, how in depth can they really get? They memorized what they did in school scored well got the degree and the title now they are doctors.....

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Re: If Massaging Supposedly Doesn't Work, Why Do Some Experts Say Prp Does?

Post  DevilHands on Sun Apr 30, 2017 10:27 pm

CF wrote:Assuming that this is accurate:

Platelets, the smallest of the Blood cells; make up 5% to 7% of total Blood volume.

Then I believe it would be from the increased amount of platelets (which are rich in growth factors) versus that which would enter the area from a simple massage.

It still goes against their belief that hair loss is mostly cause by DHT. Every pill and hair transplant they sell revolves around that theory. PRP is the only thing that's different since it has nothing to do with DHT and more on the use of blood.

Hairbeback wrote:Experts is a loose word. Getting a degree doesn't make you smart nor intelligent, it just makes you educated. You think these doctors really care or research if there is other ways to regrow hair? I don't think they care enough, they are getting paid and probably between being a doctor, possibly having a family, maybe kids, or single going on dates working out, how in depth can they really get? They memorized what they did in school scored well got the degree and the title now they are doctors.....

exactly, I actually know of a doctor who doesn't even know he had cancer until it was too late. Doctors themselves even have conflicting opinions. Just goes to show that we're not entirely different from them, although they may be more knowledgeable. It doesn't mean they know everything and sometimes are just as clueless as we are.

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