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    dutasteride increase endogenous test in young men - a clinical study


    another good one:

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    Combined inhibition of types I and II 5 alpha-reductase selectively augments the basal (nonpulsatile) mode of testosterone secretion in young men.Iranmanesh A, Veldhuis JD.
    Endocrine Service, Research and Development, Salem Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Virginia 24153, USA.

    CONTEXT: Testosterone (Te) is metabolized in the hypothalamus and pituitary gland, where untransformed steroid and activated products participate in feedback regulation of GnRH and LH secretion. Genetic inactivation of 5 alpha-reductase type I remains undescribed clinically, whereas deficiency of the type II isoenzyme elevates both LH and Te concentrations. OBJECTIVE: The aim of this study was to test the combined feedback contribution of 5 alpha-reduced steroids. SETTING/DESIGN/INTERVENTION: In a university setting, nine young men received placebo and a dual (type I/type II) 5 alpha-reductase inhibitor, dutasteride. METHODS/OUTCOMES: LH and Te dynamics were assessed by: 1) 10-min blood sampling for 26 h; 2) GnRH stimulation (100 ng/kg iv); 3) discrete peak detection; 4) deconvolution analysis; 5) cosinor analyses of 24-h rhythmicity; and 6) pattern regularity. RESULTS: Compared with placebo, dutasteride lowered 5 alpha-dihydro Te concentrations by 80% (P = 0.009), but did not alter any measure of LH dynamics. Conversely, dutasteride augmented: 1) total, bioavailable and free Te concentrations (0.002 < P < 0.032) without changing estradiol or SHBG concentrations; 2) nadir Te concentrations (P = 0.025); and 3) basal (P = 0.013) and thereby total (basal plus pulsatile) (P = 0.003) Te secretion. CONCLUSION: Combined antagonism of types I and II 5 alpha-reductase preferentially drives nonpulsatile Te secretion in healthy men. The concomitant stability of LH outflow could indicate that intragonadal 5 alpha-reduced androgens repress basal Leydig-cell steroidogenesis.

    PMID: 15811930 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]
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    this is apparently due to the reduced DHT signalling the HPTA to produce more testosterone (not that much different than the estrogen feedback loop we mess with when we take AI's)

    note: this doesnt mean you should go and get on dutasteride for a T bump - DHT is a very important hormone, and will probably do alot more for your libido, strength and leanness than test ever will.

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    sure is an added bonus for us balding guys. atd + activate + dut= a good NHA

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