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    Exploring The Hormonal Route. Hair=life.

    Diffusing in NW6 pattern HRT for 7 months fixed it all 50mg cpa + 6mg etrofem sublingual + 0.5mg dutasteride
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    Exploring The Hormonal Route. Hair=life.

    If i start losing it again im going straight back to HRT lol so far 10 months on dutasteride
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    Exploring The Hormonal Route. Hair=life.

    I’m currently diffusing in the front toward norwood 1 but I’m also recovering from a big Telogen Effluvium shed Thats been going on for some months now, it’s beginning to fill back in, I don’t like body hair so i dont like to mess with minoxidil. I’ve always been the self proclaimed guinea pig in the science...
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    Exploring The Hormonal Route. Hair=life.

    I never planned on fully transitioning this was for hair.
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    Exploring The Hormonal Route. Hair=life.

    Month 9 after dropping estrogen.
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    Exploring The Hormonal Route. Hair=life.

    Are you losing ground from shedding or hair miniaturization?
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    Exploring The Hormonal Route. Hair=life.

    I started oral finasteride when i was 17 with 98% density, by 21 i was left with 30% density left. DHT is not the sole cause of hair miniaturation. To completely halt hair loss in its tracks the androgen receptors need to be blocked either locally or systemically.
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    Exploring The Hormonal Route. Hair=life.

    Bicalutamide is the stronger AA but spironolactone has its own benifits. I thing you should read this thread like @John said or read the clinical study papers written about each drug.
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    Exploring The Hormonal Route. Hair=life.

    If the two drugs actually work together and don’t end up fighting for receptors then you don’t have to worry about the adrenal system DHT since spironolactone will be occupying the receptors.
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    Exploring The Hormonal Route. Hair=life.

    It could be, i never did extensive research on the adrenal glands contribution to DHT conversion so I can’t comment on it much. I know CPA+Bicalutamide counter eachother and cause problems (in my own body at least), ikarus reported the same issue. CPA+Spironolactone might behave differently...
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    Exploring The Hormonal Route. Hair=life.

    Im just noting the major difference between Bica and CPA, most of us know these things already.
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    Exploring The Hormonal Route. Hair=life.

    i think i made a post somewhere buried in this thread about why Cyproterone Acetate works better than Bicalutamide but i don’t feel like searching for it lol. CPA inhibits testosterone in the CNS and peripheral organs (like hair and skin) and it inhibits ACTH (Adrenocorticotropic) and blood...
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    Exploring The Hormonal Route. Hair=life.

    Are you still on all the medications listed in your regimen ?
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