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    redwizza is offline Associate Member
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    May 2004

    article on a hair loss product

    seems like all the effective hair loss remedies/products have anti-androgenic components in them. so im thinking, if this is the case, wouldnt the use of such products be counterproductive to post cycle therapy goal of trying to raise androgen levels back up to normal atleast?

    Nizoral is a shampoo that contains a broad-spectrum antifungal, which inhibits the growth of yeast and other fungal infections providing relief from dandruff. Ketaconazole is also known to have anti-androgenic effects and Ketoconozole can cause a reduction in the production of testosterone and other androgens by the adrenal gland and by the male and female reproductive organs. Nizoral shampoo contains 2% Ketoconazole and is often prescribed for the treatment of fungal infections of the scalp and sebbhoreic dermatitis, however as it has anti androgenic properties it is used by some individuals in combination with other treatments in the treatment of androgenetic alopecia.

    Recent research indicates that long-term use of Nizoral Shampoo may have some benefit in the treatment of androgenetic alopecia. Nizoral shampoo is also unique because it's effect is long lasting. Even after rinsing, Nizoral carries on working for several days. This means that you don't need to use Nizoral every day making it extremely cost-effective. And unlike some other anti-dandruff treatments, Nizoral shampoo has a pleasant fragrance and is pH balanced leaving hair soft, healthy and clean.
    Last edited by redwizza; 07-20-2004 at 12:03 PM.

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    kubano28 is offline Associate Member
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    good info bro

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