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200mg Oral Spironolactone, Dutasteride, Propecia, Nizoral, Rogaine For Months

Discussion in 'Success Stories' started by All_The_Above, May 17, 2014.

  1. yourworld001

    yourworld001 Established Member

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    Did you end up upping your dosage to 250mg a day? If so are you still on this dosage?
     
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    If anybody remembers twohen, he still posts on Youtube about other projects he works on (non-hair related). https://www.youtube.com/user/twohen2/videos
    You can see that his hair is long and quite healthy, even though his manliness is completely gone.
    This was the original video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GZt60O-eXmw

    So it looks like spironolactone + finasteride is a good choice for hair growth even though they can result in less manly characteristics. Is there something else we can add to prevent such a side effect?
     
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    Swoop Senior Member My Regimen

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    That isn't spironolactone in that youtube movie, it's this primarily;

    image.png?cmp=~17.beta.~-estra-1.3.5~10~-triene-3.png
     
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    Mr anongmouse

    Excellent progress bro!
     
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    Dude, no offense... I condone your courage to start oral spironolactone, but you are looking more feminine without a doubt!
     
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    That's an estradiol molecule. What type of estrogen is spironolactone?
     
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    First thing I noticed.

    That drug has viral effects, and it's evident.


    Reverse opposite of a women taking steroids.

    Man taking spironolactone in high doses.
     
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    yourworld001 Established Member

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    I'd personally like to know how All_the_Above is still doing, if he is still on Oral spironolactone and at what dose, as his results are pretty amazing.
     
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    This is crazy going this far man
     
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    All the above, could you please update us on your status?.
     
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    inmyhead Experienced Member

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    Crazy shit
     
  12. stachu

    stachu Experienced Member My Regimen

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    Regrowth excellent.. But.. Something is wrong with your 3rd pic.. Arent you turning into woman? No offense srsly.
     
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    stachu Experienced Member My Regimen

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    Srsly. No way for oral spironolactone guys. I pick baldness vs oral spironolactone and tons of hairs.
     
  14. g.i joey

    g.i joey Senior Member

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    I agree. And you know what, this is crazy. I know in the end it's a personal decision but sometimes desperate times calls for desperate measures and we quickly learn to regret what we did out of impulse.

    We're a support group and we should really try to help people see all angles of what they're about to do, whether it works or not I don't think we should watch each other turn into woman over some hair.
     
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    kj6723 Senior Member My Regimen

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    Desperate, desperate measures
     
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    kj6723 Senior Member My Regimen

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    I see you went through years of conventional treatments before you began with this...still, to anyone considering this, PLEASE try the safer stuff before going the route of drugs used by transvestites.

    Big 3 + transplant, maybe dutasteride/ru down the line, max out all donor including body hair...I think many people can get a great head of hair for a long time without putting their long term health at serious risk and still maintaining their male identity
     
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    Wow.. amazing results for sure. To bad they can't find away to use the benefits for hair while maintaining your masculinity.
     
  18. transam

    transam Established Member My Regimen

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    Yea....I'm not too sure about the transplant thingy. It's expensive. & if the Doctor fucks up, it's over. It's legitimately over for your scalp.
    But at the same time, if done right; hair transplant can be all you ever needed.
     
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    Which is better/stronger ... spironolactone 200mg or Cyproterone 25mg eod ?
     
  20. sisenegonan

    sisenegonan Established Member My Regimen

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    Your story is much like mine. I plan to share my story as well, once I develop enough volume to show differences from before.

    To give you an idea, the current scene is nw8 (diffuse nw7) to diffuse nw3. I'm happy with the hairline result. I saw some photographs from when I was a child, I did indeed have a high hairline, and a bit recession on the temples. So now I'm mainly after density. I'm aware this can take upwards of 2 years on a full HRT regime, so prepared to wait.
     
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