Maybe it\'s stress/anxiety of having altered my penis or the PMMA/micro drops but each time (3) I have a procedure I dump a noticeable amount of hair on my sink for about 2 weeks with most in the first 3 days and back to normal by week two.
For me it\'s not a problem as I\'m in my early 40\'s and I have my high school hair line and a thick mane.
I\'m 55 and have been loosing hair for about 10 years, however the loss hasn\'t seemed to excellerate more in the past two years that I\'ve had two rounds of PMMA and one round in each bicep and delts. So, your hair loss probably isn\'t due to the PMMA. It may be due to a thyroid issue or something else. Best talk with your doctor.
I have DEFINITELY lost a massive amount of hair after each treatment no doubt about it. It\'s not stress or anxiety because I have none it somehow due to the fact that I\'m putting PMMA and more so micro drops of silicone in my body ... I had tons of hair it really is one of the first things people notice but I\'m now seeing scalp showing. Someone with already thin hair would\'ve been bald at the amount of hair I\'ve lost over the last two years since my 4 treatments started 6 months apart
In fact I googled hair loss and PMMA and found this thread I haven\'t logged on in over a year ... Hairloss is a real serious side effect for me. People should reconsider their priorities if my hair doesn\'t comeback or continues I would wish I never messed with my Cock.
I don\'t believe it has anything to do with hair loss, but even if it did I wouldn\'t care, as pretty much every single study and survey that I\'ve seen shows that women care about penis much more than hair. Maybe decades ago it wasn\'t cool to be bald. Depictions of bald men in the media have helped make being bald fashionable. I say this as a man with a full head of hair.
There is no science to support a correlation between PMMA and hair loss. I\'m 42, and prior to getting PMMA, I, like thousands (if not, millions) of men my age began experiencing thinning hair at the crown of the head. However, that started at around age 38. I did plenty of research about hair loss, and learned that there may be something known as \"shock loss\" which is a shedding of hair after having a traumatic injury, but the hair will mostly grow back, so long as it was not already within it\'s last cycles of permanent loss (which again, is due to genetics).
So, you\'re going to lose hair due to genetics more often than not, rather than by \"what\" you expose your body to, e.g., toxins, injury, even chemotherapy. And, even if you expose your body to something that causes hair loss, the hair will grow back afterwards, unless you were going to lose your hair permanently anyway due to genetics.