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Can you use Propecia to reduce body hair?

of commandero »Jun 18, 2006 3:50 pm

Hi!
Is anyone familiar with it?
DHT causes hair loss on the head, but causes hair growth on the rest of the body, right? So if I take Propecia and lower my DHT level, would the hair on my body grow slower or somehow become less?
Then Propecia would be THE remedy for me. I have a slight loss of hair on my temples and too much hair on my body ...

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of dennis »Jun 18, 2006 15:52

you'd have to take dutaserid, but it doesn't do that much


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of wwww »18 Jun 2006 17:25

Yes, Finasteride has essentially no effect on body hair growth, but in rare cases it can be a side effect, e.g. at very high doses (but will probably also be noticeable through gyno, prostate reduction and impotence). but as I said, this effect is very rare and the sign of severe side effects.


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of commandero »Jun 18, 2006 8:39 pm

And dutasteride would slow hair growth?
But the hair wouldn't get any less, would it?
Is Dutasteride the same as Propecia, so the same uses?


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of www »18 Jun 2006 22:21

Finasteride only inhibits 5alpha-reductase type II, dutasteride inhibits both 5alpha-reductase type II and type I.

Both will not help you !! The reduction in body hair is a strong side effect that you can simply view as feminization, no matter which of the 2 you take ......

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of dennis »Jun 18, 2006 11:03 pm

duta will slow hair growth nicely but not prevent it, according to my experience


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of commandero »19 Jun 2006 14:23

Does that mean that Propecia leads to feminization !?

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of dennis »19 Jun 2006 14:34

no, it can but is rare


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