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    Explntn of hairloss, 5areductase, dht, lh, fsh, estro, and why fin doesn't prevent

    Can anybody shed some light on this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quester View Post
    Can anybody shed some light on this?
    Fin, blocks dht conversion.

    Winstrol , var, mast, etc. Are already dht. Nothing to stop.they are already dht.

    When you take those drugs, you are putting in pure hair loss hormones

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    That is not entirely accurate because I have suffered no hair loss yet I have ran dht steroids on almost all of my cycles. It would appear that generally speaking dht does not affect those who do not have male pattern baldness in their genes. My father is in his 60's and not receding.

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    Quote Originally Posted by redz View Post
    That is not entirely accurate because I have suffered no hair loss yet I have ran dht steroids on almost all of my cycles. It would appear that generally speaking dht does not affect those who do not have male pattern baldness in their genes. My father is in his 60's and not receding.
    Yes I forgot to mention that.

    If not predisposed, its not likely.

    But if you are, look out above

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    I definitely got lucky because I love steroids lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quester View Post
    Can anybody shed some light on this?
    Shed some light on what?

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    Thanx,
    that was easy!

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    Perhaps those not predisposed to hair loss simply have lower levels of DHT?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quester View Post
    Perhaps those not predisposed to hair loss simply have lower levels of DHT?
    no.
    if that were the case then they would lose hair during cycles.
    Last edited by The Deadlifting Dog; 02-26-2017 at 06:36 PM.

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    Right.
    Maybe they have less 5AR activity?

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    No. disposed means your hair sacks will react with a sort of inflammatory process (or are more likely to) from DHT or indeed any androgen activating the AR in the skin/scalp.
    If it were simply a matter of having more 5alpha rectuctase/5-AR in the scalp or skin (or systemic) then finasteride would negate these effects.
    My brother and me have different predisposition, he lost much hair by very early 20s, I didn't begin losing hair before near 30, yet having been on AAS constantly since 25, and several long cycles before that.
    (Yes i started too young)

    Hair loss is probably explained by several genes and several factors,
    but I'd bet the most important being simply how the hair sack react to activation of the AR.

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    Recognizing that with regard to lean/ dry vs wet/bulky diet is foremost, but beyond that.
    So, just about all of the ones specifically associated with the dry and leaner look are dht (derivatives?)? I see that Deca is a 19 nor but not considered to be as highly androgenic . This would make it a safer (hair) choice? Interesting that the ones which are drier are also drier on the joints-less estrogenic?

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