You are young so you have time, AA hair follicles remain for at least a few years and can be rescued. Bicalutamide isn't a replacement for estrogen unless you have extreme aromatase activity and sky-high testosterone. Bicalutamide isn't known to regrow hair when used for cancer treatment.I tried Bicalutamide, that's enough. I don't have much time, I will try other options after growing my hair on HRT so that I have something to save
I'll try to be in the middle between the hormones, but I'm sure it won't help. And if it helps, then in the long term it will have the same feminizing effects as complete HRT. In addition, the absence of one dominant hormone can cause weakness and impotence. Therefore, HRT cycles are the most realistic option that I see. You will have to save up a lot of money to have a mastectomy with breast liposuction. It is possible that in the end I will have to use HRT all the time. I must be prepared for this outcome.
Going down a path you say you don't want to without trying the easy and less extreme is suspicious, I've seen similar things when researching estrogen where people want to transition but needs another reason for doing it so that they can have a scapegoat when other people notice.
Often those people can't even admit to themselves that transition is the real goal but are strangely focused on estrogen even when told repeatedly whatever reason they got isn't a valid one.
You do you but please try to be logical about this. Try minoxidil with microneedling, try reducing testosterone and increasing estrogens for at least 6 months.