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4/23/11 4:15 P

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I've oft wondered about Rogaine but I think I'm going to opt for the crew cut instead. I've already forewarned my SO to tell me when my hair looks like a comb-over - then I'm pulling out the clippers.

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4/17/11 9:08 A

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I looked into it a while back. What bothered me was the fact that even though the stuff works for so many, the only way to keep any new hair growth is to keep using the Rogaine foam for the rest of your life. I calculated that it would cost about $40-$50 a month, ever month, for the remainder of my life.

At that kind of price, it would be much cheaper to have permanent hair transplants in the long run.

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4/17/11 8:59 A

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Okay ... not exactly a "fiitness" question, but this seems like a great place to ask. Does anyone here have any comments on the use of Rogaine foam? I figure that at least a few of you must have tried it, and I am wondering whether it has proven worthwhile to combat hair loss in the back. Thanks!

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