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Topic Title: Just started Lifting Weights Again, Seems Like My Hair is Doing Worse.
Topic Summary: Any others here that work out regularly?
Created On: 10/26/2018 08:11 AM
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 10/26/2018 08:11 AM
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Maxster
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I know this has been debated endlessly... but in the last 3 months I started lifting weights pretty seriously.

Within that same time I feel like my hair has gone downhill after several years of stabilization.

I've been on finasteride for around 5-6 years.

Anyone else experience this?

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 10/26/2018 09:14 AM
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jazzb
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Hey I could help you on this, what's your full regime for Hairloss? Also what supplements you taking whilst lifting weights? Also you changed the brand finesteride you use?

You can easily lower scalp DHT as this happens a lot whilst lifting weights, a lot of weightlifters tend to cycle on topical finesteride or S5 cream plus using Ketaconazole daily IE BIG3 shampoo/Regenepure DR or Nizoral. You probably having a spike in DHT especially serum scalp DHT, you added over 5mg creatine or steroids?

Edited: 10/26/2018 at 09:24 AM by jazzb
 10/31/2018 12:53 PM
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devilhunter
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lifting weight boost your Testosterone , you have two options.

1- Take propecia before training.

2- Add RU before training.

training increase Test >>>> hair loss, but then all this test is being used for the muscles.

gl.
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