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    Dht

    Does Turanabol convert into DHT?

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    nope

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    Damn sure? hehe
    own experience of Turanabol?
    I´ve been looking all over the net but not found any answer of my question... that´s why i´m asking

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    yeah - It wont convert to DHT (or a DHT derivative) or estro - i've found it very mild on the hair

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    Perfect, I care about my hair... :P

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    How did you take mg/day?

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    It is already a DHT derivative

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    If it´s a derivate to DHT, is it kind to my hair then?

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    It is already a DHT derivative
    no it's not

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    Quote Originally Posted by Duke of Earl
    no it's not

    Yeah srry bro it is!!!

    chlorodehydromethyltestosterone

    However the chloro mod at the 4 position decreases androgenic activity greatly an helps slightly with the hairloss problem

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    trust me bro - I have a degree in biochemical pharmacology - it's not a DHT derivative
    dihydrotestosterone
    chlorodehydromethyltestosterone
    the Cl4 prevents 5AR conversion to a DHT metabolite as well as preventing aromatisation.
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    im fairly confident that dehydrotestosterone
    and dihydrotestosterone are the SAME thing

    I mean I could be wrong but ive seen many many write dehydro as well as dihydro when refering to DHT???
    Last edited by Bryan2; 05-30-2005 at 05:46 PM.

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    ive seen many many write dehydro as well as dihydro when refering to DHT
    that would be a typo - ''dehydro'' means lacking one hydrogen atom - ''dihydro'' means with 2 hydrogen atoms.......
    In Chlorodehydromethyltestosterone (OT) a Hydrogen atom on (17 methyl) testosterones' carbon 4 is replaced by a Chlorine atom.

    OT is basically 17aa clostebol.....

    Structurally, clostebol is simply testosterone with an added chloro group at the 4-position. In itself quite ingenious. I mean you see all sorts of structural alterations to prevent a steroid from interacting with enzymes, but none as simple as this. By putting a structural alterations right on top of the 4-position, it cannot be 5-alpha reduced to dihydrotestosterone, thereby limiting a more androgenic form in androgen specific tissue like scalp, prostate and skin.
    (sorry - can't remember where this is from)
    Last edited by Duke of Earl; 05-30-2005 at 06:18 PM.

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