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    juicybacon is offline New Member
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    Does hair loss acceleration slow down once you have stopped the cycle?

    Assuming someone is prone to hair loss, and the hair loss process starts accelerating while on cycle -- will the "acceleration" go back to the normal rate once natural hormones have gone back to normal once the cycle is complete?

    thanks.

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    juicybacon is offline New Member
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    anyone?

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    I vote yes!

    You will go back to normal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Deadlifting Dog View Post
    I vote yes!

    You will go back to normal.
    This is what I'm assuming, but I just wanted a few opinions. Thanks!

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    juicybacon is offline New Member
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    any one else want to chip in?

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    My first cycle, i pyramided test ,at the peak, my crown was thinning. I probably pinned 1400mg that week .lol . After the cycle, it came bck .

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    Quote Originally Posted by juicybacon View Post
    Assuming someone is prone to hair loss, and the hair loss process starts accelerating while on cycle -- will the "acceleration" go back to the normal rate once natural hormones have gone back to normal once the cycle is complete?

    thanks.
    I don't have baldness on either sides of family and I'm almost bald. Do I see it accelerate sure. But don't grow back for me lol

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