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Setipiprant Does Work, But Only On Really Really High Doses.

Discussion in 'New Research, Studies, and Technologies' started by westonci, May 8, 2017.

  1. westonci

    westonci Experienced Member

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    At 2g/day Seti you might get sleep disturbances.

    I know one guy on the private forum got it. He took some glutiathone and he said he sleep like a baby now.

    Other guy took CBD and it helped him.

    Ive noticed now I wake up once during sleep around 4-5 hrs in, but its no big deal I just take a piss and take a quick bite and go back to sleep.

    If worse comes to worse, you can just take a mild OTC sleep aid like https://www.amazon.com/Non-Habit-Me...UTF8&qid=1515952016&sr=1-6&keywords=sleep aid
     
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    how does this applt to kanes version exactly ?
     
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    westonci Experienced Member

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    Kane add the salt shit to everything. I guess it has to do with him buying bulks and putting them on storage for a long time as know before...
     
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    he used to sell the base/acid/original seti. Not sure why he stopped selling it?
     
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    Maybe something cheaper came up, or he could just bulk more of the salty stuff making it cheaper. His TM was always like that from what I read. It makes it apparently also less efficient, for tm germans are using citric acid to deal with that Na bounding.

    Anyways, not like kane is a real option.
     
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    It's not that salted is cheaper, its easy to dissolve compare to the non salted version.
     
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    Jonnyyy Senior Member My Regimen

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    @westonci how much regrowth have you gotten? A few months worth of regrowth? Year weeks?
     
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    Georgie Senior Member My Regimen

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    Pretty sure my dad was part of the Initial trial for this years ago. He has asthma and sinus issues. Got the meds for free. Shame I didn’t foresee hairloss back then as a wee 17 year old.
     
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    Jonnyyy Senior Member My Regimen

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    Haha my wee 17 year old was already losing hair at the time. Rip
     
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    Georgie Senior Member My Regimen

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    Mate, 17 is too bloody young. I thought being 21 at the time was shit!
     
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    Jonnyyy Senior Member My Regimen

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    they're both ridiculous, but you're a girl so it's probably twice as hard on you even though I was much younger when it started. This disease basically made me decide to no longer pursue my education, was going to a community college and this professor kept picking on me to take my hat off, dropped his class and every class so it wouldn't happen in the future. Heart sunk everytime he told me to. Thing is the guy was a Norwood 78, so I thought he'd at least understand my pain a little bit.
     
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    Georgie Senior Member My Regimen

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    I’m so sorry. I hope things are a little better for you now. I often feel so defeated that I truly want to end my life, but there is some hope, and we are still young and may live to see the cure. Every single day is agony, at least for me as I watch myself become someone I do not recognise, but all of us with this bullshit disease need to keep pushing for answers and treatments that work. X
     
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    Jonnyyy Senior Member My Regimen

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    Feel the same exact way, wise words and I believe one day we'll definitely see the cure, even if it costs us an arm and a leg.
     
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    jamesbooker1975 Experienced Member My Regimen

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    Yep, I started at 17th too. And it was devastating . Being blonde to being balding at that age, it literally change your life in a drastically way.
     
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    Calchas Experienced Member My Regimen

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    What is alienating you from your own image,is most probably the regimen that you're on and not hair loss.
    Every logical endocrinologist would freak out with your regimen.
    Diane-35 is not the safest drug on the market,anti-androgens(5ar-inhibitors and AR blockers)are not recommended for female hair loss and oral minoxidil will make a woman hairy and ugly in the long run(not to mention the cardiovascular damage).
    A rational and sustainable regimen for a young female who's diagnosed with hypogonadism and experiences hair loss, would be:
    -2mg bio-identical estradiol
    -50mg spironolactone
    -2% topical minoxidil 2xED
    This regimen has a low side-effect risk,will not be burdening for your organism and most probably it will make you look healthy and beautiful again.
    Just a friendly advice,with every good intention from side.
     
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    Georgie Senior Member My Regimen

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    Whilst that regimen would be great, it wouldn’t not work for me.
    I am on the pill because I went through menopause at 21 and have no estrogen. It is HRT.

    I cannot take spironolactone because it makes me lose weight, gives me heart palpitations and I become very weak and tired, even at 50mg.

    The oral minoxidil I take was prescribed to me by my deem, because my hairloss is fast and aggressive. When I was initially prescribed this back in 2015, I was a nw2 after having only had a year of hairloss. It regrew my hairline. The choice of oral minoxidil was also made because my hairloss has affected my eyelashes and eyebrows. I can’t wax or shave anything else I don’t want.

    The current regimen I use is so aggressive because being on the pill, minoxidil (topical and oral) and 200mg spironolactone never stopped my hairloss. I cannot take flutamide because I don’t want the liver issues. I need to act fast because hair biopsy and dermoscopy reveals that I gave up to 80% miniturisation of hair follicles.
     
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    Calchas Experienced Member My Regimen

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    No sane doctor would prescribe Diane 35 as a first line HRT med for menopause.
    And please tell me it wasn't a doctor who prescribed you anti-androgens for menopause,because he should lose his license.Actually,
    many menopausal women are prescribed androgens as a supplementary treatment to estradiol and progestins.
    Also,long term use of oral minoxidil, will eventually induce hypertrichosis and your hairline will probably reach your eyebrows.
    But anyway...
    Your life,your choice.
     
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    Georgie Senior Member My Regimen

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    My gyn put me on Diane because I am so young and need the huge dose of estrogen, as my bone density is already very bad.

    I got the anti androgens and 5AR’s from other more stupid doctors who just gave me what I wanted. My gyn refused.
    I have high DHEAS by the way.
     

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