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Strange Hypothesis?


#1

I have had a large amount of hair transplanted. I have noticed over the years that when attempting to do a “DHT-inhibitor” regimen from Propecia to Saw Palmetto and everything in between that my hair always suffers, especially the transplanted hair. Could it be that the transplanted hair from the “safe zones” is actually affected by DHT much like beard hair or other body hair making it grow thicker and longer? This would explain, in part, why I have never had any success with DHT inhibitors and it seemed to get worse as my natural hair has been replaced by transplanted hair. I told you it was a strange hypothesis…


#2

» I have had a large amount of hair transplanted. I have noticed over the
» years that when attempting to do a “DHT-inhibitor” regimen from Propecia to
» Saw Palmetto and everything in between that my hair always suffers,
» especially the transplanted hair. Could it be that the transplanted hair
» from the “safe zones” is actually affected by DHT much like beard hair or
» other body hair making it grow thicker and longer? This would explain, in
» part, why I have never had any success with DHT inhibitors and it seemed to
» get worse as my natural hair has been replaced by transplanted hair. I told
» you it was a strange hypothesis…

Those transplanted hairs may not have the same number of receptors hence there is no immune response, hence hair grows normally.

You may want to add Pygeum alongside Saw Palmetto to balance your hormones and reduce hairloss in other areas.

Regards
Pete