Glad to see you're running an AI and hCG. hCG should be pretty easy to find, and very cheap.
As for your hairline, try out some Nizoral. Obviously the 2% prescription formula might work better, but the 1% formula that you can purchase at Wal-Mart for 10 bucks works great. Get in the shower, wet your hair, and massage it in for about a minute and then just let it sit in your hair for at least 5 minutes while you finish up your shower. Don't worry, 5 minutes isn't too long, I think read about a study where the subjects used the 2% formula for 30 minutes.
A lot of people don't know that Nizoral also works great for cycle-related acne. The active ingredient, Ketoconazole, is an effective topical anti-androgen. Therefore, you can use it as a body wash to help control acne on your back and shoulders.
I actually opted for Ketoconazole cream for acne control. I found it really cheap online. I squirted a few tubes into a baby food sized jar. Then, I took some spironolactone tabs that I got from the same place, crushed them up, and mixed the powder in with the Ketoconazole cream. Spironolactone, by the way, is another topical anti-androgen that can help control acne caused by hormone fluctuations. I am confident they will work well together, as the combination in a shampoo is what Dr. Crisler recommends as the best way to combat hair loss.
I am confident this cream I made will help me control back/shoulder acne on my next cycle. I usually never get acne, but, when using AAS, I get some on my back/shoulders that doesn't seem to want to go away using the usual anti-bacterial stuff. This, I believe, is because rather being a bacterial issue, it is hormonal.
Anyway, sorry for going off on a little tangent... Back to the thread.