The user is hesitant to use finasteride due to potential hormonal side effects and is waiting for the release of pyrilutamide, a new hair loss treatment. Other users suggest trying finasteride, warning about potential regret if hair loss progresses in the meantime.
The conversation is about the release of a new phase 3 clinical trial for a year and questioning if the results of the 6-month clinical trials will be shown this quarter. The specific treatment discussed is Pyrilutamide.
The conversation is about seeking information on GT20029 from Kintor Pharmaceutical as a potential hair loss cure and inquiring about experiences with CosmeaRNA.
The discussion revolves around the need for future oral DHT blockers for hair loss treatment that don't have the side effects of current options like Finasteride and Dutasteride. One user suggests that the future of hair loss treatment will likely be topical anti-androgens, as they can target hair follicles without affecting the entire system.
A group buy for hair loss treatments including Harmine 19a, TM5614, Abiraterone Acetate, and others. A compound, BMS-202, that can potentially reverse gray hair is also mentioned.
The discussion is about a hair loss drug called pyrilutamide. Users discuss its efficacy, safety, and expected market release around 2025-2026, with some expressing concerns about the authenticity of current market offerings.
The post discusses a user's experience with hair loss treatments, specifically topical finasteride, minoxidil, and micro-needling, and their plan to switch to oral versions and add Dutasteride. The conversation includes various responses, with some users sharing their own experiences and side effects, and others expressing desire for a more permanent hair loss solution.
The post discusses a phase 2 trial for HMI-115, a hair loss treatment, in China, specifically seeking volunteers aged 18-65 with Norwood 3 vertex, 4, and 5 hair loss. The conversation includes questions about the specific recruitment criteria and how to volunteer.
The conversation discusses HMI-115, a potential cure for hair loss. Users share mixed opinions, with some expressing skepticism and others sharing anecdotal evidence of its effectiveness, including photos of significant hair regrowth from a trial participant.
The "Big 3 Stack" for hair loss treatment, which includes Minoxidil for hair density improvement, Ketoconazole shampoo for enhancing hair volume and thickness, and Finasteride for blocking hair loss causing hormones. Microneedling can boost Minoxidil's effects.
The conversation is about the effectiveness of hair loss treatments, specifically finasteride and dutasteride, in different populations. Some users believe that the results of Japanese studies may not be relevant to Caucasian men, especially young ones, and that East Asians may respond better to these treatments. Others argue that clinical studies should be the basis for decision-making, while acknowledging that individual responses to medications can vary.
A 35-year-old has seen no hair regrowth after 9 months using treatments including finasteride, pyrilutamide, microneedling, ketoconazole shampoo, and topical dutasteride, but experienced side effects with RU58841. Commenters suggest starting minoxidil for better results and question why it wasn't included from the beginning.
SCUBE3 and GT20029 are potential treatments for hair loss, with SCUBE3 stimulating hair growth and GT20029 protecting against DHT. A combined approach using SCUBE3, finasteride or dutasteride, and later GT20029 could provide a comprehensive treatment for androgenetic alopecia.
The conversation is about hair loss and the use of specific treatments like minoxidil, finasteride, and RU58841.
The conversation discusses the delay in the release of a new hair loss treatment, Pyrilutamide, and speculates on potential safety concerns as a reason for the delay. It also mentions GT20029 as another future treatment option, with a release at least five years away, and touches on the avoidance of research chemicals due to uncertainty about their authenticity.
KX-826/pyrilutamide is undergoing an additional one-year safety and efficacy trial in China after a six-month study. Some participants speculate on the reasons for the extended trial and discuss the potential of other treatments.
The conclusion of the conversation is that some users have seen positive results with the use of finasteride and minoxidil for hair loss, while others have not. It is mentioned that consistent use of these treatments is necessary to maintain results.
The user is using finasteride and minoxidil for hair loss but is looking for new treatments. Pyrilutamide and GT20029 are potential future treatments, with Pyrilutamide expected next year and GT20029 possibly by 2027.
The post and conversation are about HMI-115, a potential treatment for hair loss. The conclusion is that HMI-115 is not a 5ar-inhibitor and is instead a prolactin receptor inhibitor. Some users are skeptical about its effectiveness and believe that baldness will still be a problem in the future.
The post discusses frustration over the limited and not always effective treatments for hair loss, mainly Minoxidil and Finasteride. The conversation includes mentions of potential new treatments like GT20029, HMI-115, CosmeRNA, KX-826, and microneedling, but also highlights the challenges of funding and prioritizing research in this area.