Do you think hair loss is theoretically possible with Halodrol Liquigels

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    Do you think hair loss is theoretically possible with Halodrol Liquigels


    i know increased test = increased DHT

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    I dont think you need to worry bout halodrol liquigels. Ive heard gaspari basically marketed them after haladrol for the name. I also have been hearing that its as useful as placebo. I havent tried it first hand but I have heard those things said many many times.
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    While inflammation is a part of hairloss, I have not seen any evidence that AA contributes significantly to it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarkPerry View Post
    i know increased test = increased DHT
    just because DHT increases, that does NOT mean hairloss will happen. The hair follicles have to be sensitive to the DHT in the first place
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    Possible yes...but that's on the assumption that the liquigels actually increase testosterone. I'm dubious.
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    so you think DHEA in and of itself can't raise test
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    Quote Originally Posted by MarkPerry View Post
    so you think DHEA in and of itself can't raise test
    nope, not a chance, but yall need to realize AIs like 6-oxo ard Nov XT are proven to raise free test levels to the high normal range
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    Quote Originally Posted by MarkPerry View Post
    so you think DHEA in and of itself can't raise test
    I think it can. it is the precursor to most hormones. if you have low cholesterol issues, or other reasons your body doesn't have enough to work with to create test it could be helped with DHEA. Plus with 6-oxo and nettle root, its quite possible test levels rise. So its possible, just haven't heard of anyone else loosing hair from it.

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