I don't know. But bica is a better option than CPA. Testicular atrophy in not fully reversible.
If cypro reduces your LH and FSH level, then you will Experience testicular atrophy. You can use 200 mg spironolactone or 25 mg bica ED, which have fewer...
Resorting to full MTF HRT just for the sake of hair is mental illness. We have the option of hair system.
Why not you used Arimidex?
OP, you should never stop find/duta if you have genetic hair loss. Micro-needling alone won't give you good results in the long term.
No, oral CPA would give a far better result than CB/RU.
Spirinolactone 200 mg would be a better choice of the drug because you may not want to downregulate your HPTA axis at a young age.
It means the CPA is suppressing your hpta axis. Fat redistribution will happen for sure.
But even if you apply 0.75 mg, it will down-regulate your hpta axis.
2.5 mg, and I was also on spironolactone at that time.
Definitely, I saw a huge improvement in my hair, but at what cost?
I tried it, and it made my pituitary glands to shut down. I had to do an aggressive PCT to restore my natural testosterone.
Did you check your testosterone level? I was wondering if your hpta axis bounced back or not.
Congrats! What side effects did you get on spironolactone? What dose were you taking?
Oh! I am really sorry... I would not do it again Please forgive me President Putin. :D