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Topic Title: Anybody here still using dutasteride
Topic Summary: Finasteride losing effect after 5 years
Created On: 10/25/2018 05:43 AM
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 10/25/2018 05:43 AM
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Maxster
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Hey guys, been sway for quite some time... looks like things havent changed.

Long story short, fin seems to be losing its effect, thinking about supplementing with dut once a week.

Anybody still using dut?

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 10/25/2018 06:19 PM
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tommo
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Not much has changed, your spot on. I personally think using dut or fin is a bad idea because of the negative effects on hormone levels, you could try minoxidil and derma rolling, seems to be working well for some, I have messing around a bit with topical zertek and seems to be doing a good job but I'm not sure about the side effects, I haven't noticed any yet.
 10/29/2018 06:04 AM
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greets2
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Fin seems to be losing it's affect with me too.

https://www.hairlossrevolution.com/avodart/

Read stuff like this from the link...................

Dutasteride is known to have a much more powerful 5-alpha reductase inhibitor than the leading hair loss treatment Propecia, or Finasteride.

Propecia only inhibits type 2 and 3 of the enzyme while Avodart reduces the effects of type 1 as well.

Since 2009, Dutasteride has been approved in South Korea to treat androgenetic alopecia, or male pattern hair loss.

However, it has yet to be approved for hair loss treatment in the United States, therefore it is commonly used as an off-label drug. Dutasteride is also known to be effective in treating female hair loss as well.
 10/31/2018 12:39 PM
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devilhunter
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sperm quality/motility is greatly affected with dut, better to read thoroughly if you plan to conceive your gf/wife
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