I am in a normal frame of mind when starting a new treatment that is stronger than the previous one. But when the months go by, and the situation worsens, despair and panic begin. I have already experienced this with Finasteride, Dutasteride and Bicalutamide. Now I am on HRT - the strongest treatment. If after 2-3 months I see no signs of improvement, I will be very close to suicide. This will mean that this is the end. But now that I've just started, I calm myself, hoping for the best. But with every month, hope will quickly fade awayI'm talking about hypochondriacs with BDD like infamousrodi, he checks a mirror every 15min of the day. That's not healthy for anything. Maybe the reason Rysteve has gotten results is because he's patient and not changing things up all the time. Hmm Janey shed to nearly complete baldness but then experienced the most regrowth afterwards. And maybe the reason people don't get results is because they panic and change things up every couple months **cough** bluecyclone.
Chiming in here. Not only ER-beta selectivity is important, but also the Relative Transactivational Capacity or Intrinsic Activity (IA) of your ligand. This seems to be forgotten quite often. I strongly encourage everyone interested in ER-beta ligands to read this paper (hyperlink removed). It contains all information that is currently available for known ER-beta agonists.I've personally found that the healthier you are, the higher both 5AR expression and aromatase are.
But, in terms of drugs or chemicals, you can find something to upregulate aromatase expression and maybe try to use it topically. Prostaglandin E2, dexamethasone, and ricinoleic acid all upregulate aromatase expression. Or you could bypass all that and try an ER agonist that is highly selective for ER beta and won't cause HPTA dysregulation. 8b-vinylestradiol and WAY-200070 both fit this specification, in theory due to their exceedingly high selectivity for ERb over ERa.
The good thing about enanthate is that it has a long half-life, as you can see in the graph above. This allows 1 injection every 2 weeks, I find it optimal for enanthate. It is very convenient, cheap and effective, which is why I chose this option. The E level on the last day before the next injection should be at least 300 pg/mlHow frequently will you be taking it?
And what else are you taking?The good thing about enanthate is that it has a long half-life, as you can see in the graph above. This allows 1 injection every 2 weeks, I find it optimal for enanthate. It is very convenient, cheap and effective, which is why I chose this option. The E level on the last day before the next injection should be at least 300 pg/ml
yeah mate here’s a little list of things I can remember from the top of my head, no blood work ever done mate. While on high dosages of loniten I kept an eye on my blood pressure.
Thank you for the details. Do you still have the gyno? Or did you take something like arimidex?yeah mate here’s a little list of things I can remember from the top of my head, no blood work ever done mate. While on high dosages of loniten I kept an eye on my blood pressure.
Loniten 5-10mg - no side effects.
Loniten side effects at 30-40mg.. irregular heart beats, low energy, weak.. excessive nose bleeds, puffy eyes apon waking up in the morning, sore heads
Avodart - first 6months - 1yr - no sex drive (none). Extended sheds.
bic - small gyno, sore to touch, lower sex drive, sore heads, rashs/pimples.
This is my temples about 1.5 years ago when I shaved my head for the summer because my hair was so whispy and thin.
Regret = delusion.Imagine being 75 and you’re sat thinking about your life and how you never went swimming in the sea on a warm night because your hair was thin or receding. Imagine realising you never laughed until you couldn’t breathe because your teeth weren’t straight or white enough. You never embraced the sun on the beach because of the stretch marks on your stomach and your hips. You never allowed yourself to let go and have fun because the pressure to look perfect consumed you.
Imagine being 75 and realising you’ve hidden yourself away for the fear of being real. Imagine realising all the years you wasted hating yourself, but now it’s too late to go swim in the sea late at night. Now it hurts to laugh for more than a few seconds and you’re too weak to travel to the beach. Imagine realising all this time you were perfect the way you were, but now it’s too late to do anything about it.
Don’t let that happen. Live now, as you are. You deserve to realise you’re enough and always have been, before you’re 75.
- don’t be too hard on yourself, yes granted Hair loss definitely does impact your confidence, but your more than that! Do what you can to fix your hair or self confidence but don’t let it consume your life. Your mind set is everything!!
Yeah mate c**** like you have 0 chance. Enjoy your shitty insecurities mate haha. I took? I still take and will keep taking son. It’s c**** like you that are the problem here man, miserable, negative c***. I don’t give a f*** if you quote me and show everyone how insecure you are “not a normal looking human haha.” f*** me mate get a gripRegret = delusion.
A realistic best case scenario is you got humiliated for all those things behind your back, and worst case in front of you, because that means people dont respect you, if they gossip they respect you enough not to insult you to your face, or the worst worst case is they gossip because they pity you that much so they wont do anything in front of you.
Looking perfect is not the same as looking like a normal human being which has straight white teeth, decent hair and stretch marks dont matter lol.
You took E2, high dose loniten, bica, dutasteride, but yeah its all about not regretting it fam.