I mean, this can be an alternative for those suffering with hair loss and don't want to use finasteride. This isn't the only thing we are using, but that doesn't change that this can still be used as monotherapy to treat hair loss. And, those side effects in comparison to the placebo are rare. And, they must be less common in younger patients using lesser doses. Mild gynecomastia shouldn't be an issue, and at least it doesn't lead to the alleged PFS like finasteride does. In fact, if you decided to stop using bicalutamide, your body will react similar to how it would on steroids theoretically, since your testosterone would be increased.