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Could this cream help us? (Topicals & Shampoos)

posted by Pete2, 03.10.2007, 21:08

» » You do not want to use this on your scalp. It inhibits cell
» proliferation
» » (it inhibits an enzyem that causes cell proliferation). This enzyme has
» » nothing to do with the enzymes that promote the formation of DHT.
» Is it so sure?
» Scroll down this web page (2/3 of it) and you'll see that eflornithine is
» listed as a 5ar inhibitor.
» quote:
» "If you have seen a medical doctor about hirsutism, you’re probably taking
» birth control pills, possibly in combination with one or more other drugs.
» Drugs to retard hirsutism fall into three broad categories:
» 1. Androgen receptor blockers: Cyproterone, flutamide (Eulexin), and
» spironolactone (Aldactone).
» 2. Androgen-suppressing agents: GnRH agonists (Lupron), estroprogestins
» (birth control pills), corticosteroids, and insulin-sensitizing agents
» (metformin/Glucophage).
» 3. 5 alpha-reductase inhibitors: Finasteride (Proscar), eflornithine
» hydrochloride (Vaniqa).
» All of these drugs work to some extent. They have helped some women see
» measurable reductions in androgen levels and unwanted hair growth. Most
» have side effects. All are recommended in conjunction with birth control
» pills, partly to control the side effects of these medications."

Is it absorbed locally or systemically via your scalp?


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