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    Thinning hair on cycle vs. MPB on cycle

    Hey guys and gals, quick question that I'm guessing is something that would be up for debate as I've thought about it a few times myself.

    Had this earlier in AAS Q&A before I discovered this forum.

    What if my father is has thin hair but does not have Male pattern baldness, he has a normal hairline but his hair is thinner than normal.

    Two things come to my mind when considering AAS and the hair loss side effect.

    1. Will it happen at all if no history of MPB in family?
    2. Will it speed up the rate of thinning but not balding?

    Also, I'm male, 25 years old. I have never really cycled, my history is 1 cycle of havoc or epivar or whatever it was called, and one just anavar cycle at I think it was 50/50/50/50/60/60 both while I was around 22 years old and no PCT and I didn't stack it with anything. I know I was foolish. I got decent results while I was on the var with great pumps, no sides, and I believe I gained about 7-10 lbs lean muscle. So long ago I can't remember the pharmacy it was but it was quite expensive and I believe it may have been called watson or something.

    Definitely am NOT looking to cycle anytime soon, probably not for another few years, until i'm at least late 20s or early 30s, even then we'll see..
    Anyways let me know your thoughts!

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    1. Genetics play a part but it doesn't mean you're guaranteed one or the other.
    2. Sure it can for some. It's really a crapshoot and you won't know until you try.

    Clear as mud, huh!
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    Quote Originally Posted by kelkel View Post
    1. Genetics play a part but it doesn't mean you're guaranteed one or the other.
    2. Sure it can for some. It's really a crapshoot and you won't know until you try.

    Clear as mud, huh!
    Extremely clear as mud haha. Unfortunately I suppose you're right.. The only experience I had like I said was the anavar and that horrible epivar cycle. Both cycles I experienced no hairloss but recently I've just had a bit of thinning hair and it started around 2013 and kind of just did it's thing and has stayed the same rate of hairloss since. I'm using a few things including the nizoral shampoo to work through it and it seems to help but we'll see.

    Like I said I'm not looking to run any cycles anytime soon and I'm only 25, will probably be waiting until later 20s or even in my 30s to try. Also if I do try it won't exactly be for more than one cycle I don't think. Anyways thanks for your input!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnieWalker View Post
    Also if I do try it won't exactly be for more than one cycle I don't think.

    Oh you don't know how many people I've heard say that.....
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    Most males in my family either from paternal or maternal side but I only witnessed my hair going from straight to curly-ish, had some minor MPB loss in the very start but still got so much hair my barber always complain how much work he's got to do with.

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