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I put urine on my head and it seems to be working

Started this discussion. Last reply by Deejay Aug 8, 2012. 44 Replies

For the past month i have been putting urine on my head at least once a day. I know it sounds so gross but if it is going to bring back my hair then i do not care what anyone thinks. Since then my…Continue

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At 12:07am on August 10, 2012, Sarah said…

Hi there Hilary, I read your post about putting urine on your head, and guess what... I tried it for a few days too; one of the many things I've tried. If you read about it, many people actually drink it too, now that is something to wrap your head around, huh! I'd do anything to get better, to have normalcy again too, so you're not crazy at all, I do hope you have progress. I tried it to stop the burning on my scalp... and hair loss of course, perhaps I'll try it again, you can just leave it on overnight, nobody will know, use a towel over your pillow, and wear a little cotton hat or scarf, or serran wrap your head, whatever it takes, right? Let me know how it's going for you please! -Sarah K.

At 6:14pm on July 24, 2012, Deeann said…

Dang. We missed eachother. I hope you had a good conference. Perhaps we can skype to catch up.

At 11:13pm on November 9, 2010, Rita said…
Hey, I'm doing great!!! How about you?!
At 2:24pm on September 7, 2010, Karen W said…
I never met a guy with alopicia and I tell them I have a wig after a while. They say oh I thought you were indian b/c I get the best wigs made with silk cap and silicone around it. I now also have full silcone so it looks real and you dont see different in hair textures. I recomend wigs. I aske d this guy who I would never date anyway if he would date a bald girl he said if she wore a wig all the time. I was like next. he is crazy. I want one I can wear my bald head around. b/c I already rejected him so I think his alopicia comment about he would date a bald girl if she wore wigs around the house is not well thought out b/c he was still after me after seeing my wigs and me telling him abut my hair as a way to turn him off. in fact I never been successful in turning off a guy based on reveling my scalp issue. They eventually come to terms with it and they start to like all my different wig looks. I try to mimivc beyance and tyra looks with my wigs. in my mind I'm like the celebrities. glamorous with my diva wigs! LOL!
At 9:15am on September 6, 2010, Tallgirl said…
If you are talking about their understanding the alopecia and emotions connected, have mum and sis go to www.naaf.org and read up. You can also print out any internet info on alopecia you find and hand it to them quietly every time they tease. Show the Kayla Martell videos on YouTube. If they still tease, maybe it is time to hang out elsewhere or MOVE!

As to the boyfriend thing you bring up often, first of all...don't count out guys with alopecia, because they are just as human as you, and may actually have MORE love saved up to give. They may also be more honest and humble. Next, what about dressing to show your curves and feminine features more? When I had alopecia at 17, my mom suggested make-up and contacts, and I got mad at her. Eventually, however, I gave in, and I did end up looking more "feminine," even at 5'9". My junior and senior year photos in the yearbooks and in people's albums showed a marked improvement. Now that I am 57 and photos resurfaced for the 40-year reunion, I am glad I listened to my mother. What have you got to lose? If you try the head coverings, jewelry, make-up and clothing changes, you might GAIN some attention to you as a person. After attracting interested FRIENDS, one of those friends who likes your talk and personality...or feminine ways...may just end up a boyfriend.
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At 3:07pm on July 27, 2010, Enriquillo Manuel Melendez said…
gracias mami, really that means alot im just here to join da club, the club against silly people out there u know
At 4:03pm on July 22, 2010, Enriquillo Manuel Melendez said…
I know how it feel ma, i recently lost my cousin, some people only see who we are on the outside not for who we are on the inside. So Stay strong nena Y Dios Te Bendiga (God Bless You).
At 2:37pm on July 21, 2010, Enriquillo Manuel Melendez said…
hola como'ta stay strong mami
At 10:13pm on July 17, 2010, Kimberly said…
I think you are awesome. Being rough around the edges is a good thing, can be a bad thing sometimes, just need to know when to use it and when to not. I think the urine thing is a GREAT idea. Please give me some details so I can try it. Keep your chin up. I like who you are!
At 1:07pm on April 27, 2010, Ally Fiedel said…
Thank you Hilary. I am not actually sick anymore. I have been better for almost three years. So I think that sort of makes it harder- the fact that I am not sick and I still have no hair. Thank you for your comment!


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