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posted by benji, 07.10.2007, 06:02

I think prox-n plus finasteride (or plus revivogen) would be a very effective regimine indeed.

Proxiphen is just too expensive in my opinion. You can buy in bulk and get prox-n and revivogen at about 25 a month a piece, thus spending roughly 50 a month. You can get generic proscar and use 1.25 mgs a day for less than 25 a month. But proxiphen is a 100 bucks or so a month.

Proxiphen is just basically prox-n plus sprio, minox, phenytoin, and maybe another thing or so proctor might be sneaking into it.

The point of the post however, was this...........the dutasteride photos show that with the elimination of DHT alone, even without receptor blockage, these men regrew some hair and stopped further loss. That shows for certaint that DHT is the biggest culprit by far. You wouldn't believe how many men refuse to accept that and blame things like estrogen or estriadol or whatever else for losing hair.

Come to think of it, for a easy regimine........revivogen and NANO shampoo (from Proctor) would probably also be a pretty effective regimine.

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