Didn't you post a while back that you started balding? That was some fast progression.
For whatever reason, rogain just started to irritate my skin. I get red bumps where I use it. I even went from the 2%>5% solution. I can only use it 2 times a week at most before the irritation becomes too much.
I still take Propecia, but since I cant keep up with rogain as much as I would like, I want to go ahead and build a laser comb. There was a great tutorial video out there, but it's been expunged from the internet, and suddenly the only "build your own" options are monetized or seem sketchy. I also read more about the premade brushes/combs and such. They all use lasers much weaker than those used at clinics, or they use 1 single laser diode that is spread out to different dispersion points with cheap plastic optics. The only one that uses multiple diodes that is strong is the lasermax ultra, or premium, whatever the upgraded version is, but it's way too expensive.
I'm going to have to find out what kind of diodes to use, get tools, and figure out how to put this thing together. I never tinkered around with things as a kid or played around with electronics before, but it might be a fun project.
I'm also thinking about suffering the expense for Latisse, which has been shown to work for hair loss, but not FDA approved for it yet. It's expensive as hell, but so far it seems like the results are fairly permanent, unlike rogain. It wont grow new hair though, just make existing hair thicker, and existing hair that has grown thin is soon to be no hair at all. Time is of the essence! I can still be saved!