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Topic Title: Thinking about doing a Dut topical
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Created On: 02/13/2018 10:03 PM
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 02/13/2018 10:03 PM
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Myboyblue13
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So I'm pretty confused about doing a dut topical, I've read that t can stay in your system up to 240 hours. So how effective would a topical at .1mg every 10 days be? I don't like how long the half life is but fin is only like 4-7hrs half life. Obviously trying to avoid side effects! I think the long half life would be great for hair but potentially horrible for sides, so dosing as little amount and days would be the best. I'm also worried about how much systemic absorption I would get.
 02/14/2018 09:07 PM
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The more reading I do, I feel like dut should be used in combination with fin. Bare with me since I don't have a huge grasp on Dut yet. It seems like it should be used for 1, maybe 2 weeks , then 5 weeks of finastride and repeat. Seeing how strong and long lasting Dut is. I'd like to hear from the veterans!
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