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Avodart / Dutasteride 17 month Update ... 2nd SHEDDING STOPPPPED!!! (Drugs & Medications)

posted by chuckhead2010, 02.06.2010, 07:42

» Note: My interpretation of this second massive and super longated shed is
» that I switched from Dutasteride to Avodart. I posted links on the forum
» here previously proving that generic drugs are underdosed by up to 30% of
» the name brand drug. Look the links up - they're very informative and
» since reading it I never use generic "anything" anymore. :-D

I don't understand why you would experience any kind of shedding from Avodart since it is not a regrowth stimulant, as far as I know. But it is superior to finasteride.

Maybe there is a legitimate generic but I wouldn't consider it. If money is a problem I would drop all of the other stuff like Nioxin and Gingko. You might take some arginine if you are wanting to add a supplement since it boosts nitric oxide. But the extra Avodart would far outweigh any possible benefits from that other stuff. In fact I would bet that Nioxin and Gingko are worthless for hairloss.

chuckhead2010 is located in [NA] and he is available to meet: NO

I feel more like I do now than I did when I got here.

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