The stability is kind of a catch-all explanation, but I don’t think it covers it.
The stuff has not been giving ANYONE the same results after a while as it does initially. Some guys get it to work for 6 months, others get it to work for two years, but the bottom line is always the same: Sooner or later there’s a big irreversible reduction in efficacy within a couple years or less.
Bad batches, testing, Faith-Eagle, color, smell, storage . . . I smell bullsh*t. If the stuff was truly capable of maintaining the initial burst of regrowth/loss stoppage, then there should be at least a few success stories making it through the gauntlet of stability problems. But I can’t think of a single one.
I think it’s much more logical to conclude that the stuff’s effect is short-lived for some other reason. The drug does its job very well, but I guess the job isn’t enough to keep MPB at bay for very long. I think it’s probably some biological issue about MPB and androgen suppression that we don’t yet understand.
Finasteride already seems to fail or loss some efficacy within several years for a lot of guys. Prostate cancer patients being treated with androgen suppression sometimes find that the cancer adapts to “beat the system” after several years too. It would make sense that depriving the follicles their androgen stimulation with RU58841 is not a long term solution either. Once the follicles get “primed” to androgens, they seem to find a way to get the androgen stimulation sooner or later. They won’t take no for an answer. If the androgens aren’t there, then they end up mutating to get stimulation from other hormones.
MPB wins yet again.