Hello, It's been a long time since I've posted, mostly because I've been so happy with my regrowth these days. :jump:I know success stories really help, so while I was just in the shower, I thought to myself- I really need to update folks on the board! To recap, I am a mid-30s case of biopsy-confirmed Androgenetic Alopecia (also a thin PCOSer). Began noticing thinning in late 2014. First biopsy came back as Seborrheic Dermatitis. Dr. treated that with Keto shampoo (still use). Hair loss continued. 2nd biopsy showed Androgenetic Alopecia. Went on Spironolactone/finasteride. I've been on my meds/hair routine for a little over a year now. I couldn't be happier, y'all. Here's what I take: 200mg Spironolactone, 5mg Finasteride, 1000mg Metformin, Yaz, Ketoconazole-based shampoo 4x/wk and 5% Rogaine foam 2x day. Sounds like a lot, and it is a bit of a pain, but it's well worth it for me personally. I have had definite regrowth, and I wear my hair down every single day with no concealers...and I don't think twice. I don't feel like anyone notices anything at all. I've also started having my hair highlighted, which adds a little volume, as well. I keep it cut in a bob, above my shoulders, and this adds the appearance of volume, too. But this really isn't necessary- the meds are! I know that several people on this site have said meds didn't work for them. Maybe it really didn't- I don't dispute that. But please keep in mind that it takes quite a bit of time for REAL progress to become visible. You WILL still go through periods where you feel you're shedding too much. That is always scary. But, you'll start to notice that you're appearance isn't suffering. You're still making progress. If you stick with it, you will have a NET GAIN in hair (these were my derm's exact words when I was worried). I really couldn't be happier with how my hair looks at this point. Just hoping it continues. You can find other posts of my progress on this site if you want to follow/catch-up. Best of luck, ladies!