User tried oral finasteride, topical finasteride, topical dutasteride, and RU58841 but experienced side effects. They discuss upcoming treatments like clascoterone, pyrilutamide, gt20029, and KY19382 as potential options.
Topilutamide is a potential hair loss treatment between Clascoterone and RU58841. Users discuss finding Topilutamide powder and its possible benefits for those who can't afford or tolerate other treatments.
Hair loss treatments discussed include 200mg Spiro, bicalutamide, and finasteride. Endocrinologist advises against bicalutamide and finasteride due to potency and risks.
The post and conversation are about hair loss treatments that have been found to be effective in studies. There are 19 different treatments mentioned, including oral minoxidil, oral dutasteride, topical finasteride, RU58841, and more. The best treatment for an individual depends on factors like availability, cost, side effects, and personal preferences.
A clinical trial for hair loss treatments involving Minoxidil, Finasteride, and RU58841, and when the results of the trial will be available.
Female, 28, losing hair since 17, using 200mg Spiro. Tried Minoxidil and ketoconazole with limited success, considering oral minox and seeking alternative treatments from cosmetic dermatologist.
Topical spironolactone is gaining attention as an alternative hair loss treatment, but it's not as effective as other options like finasteride. Oral spironolactone can cause side effects in men, and there are better topical alternatives like RU, Pyril, and CB.
Hair loss treatments, specifically about the effectiveness of RU58841 compared to Pyrilutamide. Molecular weights and side effects were discussed in terms of efficacy and cost-effectiveness.
Kintor Pharmaceutical's Phase 2 results with the drug Pyrilutamide, a potential alternative to 5-ARI drugs like Finasteride and Dutasteride but without the side effects. It could be used in combination with other topical treatments such as Minoxidil. The safety of the drug has been demonstrated in 6 months of use, however there are still questions about long term efficacy and systemic absorption.
Pyrilutamide, a new drug being tested to combat hair loss that has been found to perform comparably or better than finasteride and dutasteride in the initial 6 months of treatment with minimal reported side effects.
Treatments for hair loss, focusing on Fluridil/Topilutamide (Eucapil), Finasteride and RU58841 (Alfatradiol). The user reported that the Fluridil seemed to work well but had side effects of testicle ache, decreased mood and sex drive.
Someone looking for solutions to their hair loss, who has tried and failed to tolerate anti-androgen treatments such as finasteride, CB-03-01, RU58841, and Eucapil. The user is seeking advice and understanding of their extreme sensitivity to these treatments.
Whether using both Fluridil and Alfatradiol together could be more effective than either one alone as a hair loss treatment, given their different mechanisms of action.
A new Latanoprost-based formula used by Hollywood celebrities to treat hair loss, with the formula containing minoxidil, tretinoin, melatonin, azelaic acid, zinc thymulin, vitamin B6, sandalore and methyl vanillate. It also mentions the potential of offering a combined sublingual minoxidil/oral dutasteride option in the future.
The potential effectiveness of topical dutasteride, as well as other hair loss treatments such as finasteride, RU58841, minoxidil, and various vitamins. Experiences from users who have used these treatments were shared.
A user's decision to shave their head after experiencing hair loss since the age of 17, and discussion around the potential use of Fin for treating hair loss.
The potential effectiveness of homemade topical spironolactone in treating hair loss, with studies suggesting it is more effective than finasteride and even minoxidil when used as monotherapy. The conversation also mentions that other anti-androgens are being developed which may soon hit the market.
AltruisticBro's experience with Fluridil (Eucapil) as a hair loss treatment, and the current blood work results associated with it. They are not willing to take finasteride due to potential permanent side effects.
First patient dosed with Pyrilutamide (Kintor) Phase III for hair loss treatment. Pyrilutamide differs from approved treatments as it competes with DHT to bind hair follicles, potentially reducing side effects.
KX-826 hair loss treatment completed trials with mild side effects. GT20029 may be ultimate cure, destroying androgen receptors causing baldness.
User shared 5.5-month progress using 0.5mg finasteride, 5% minoxidil, 1.5mm microneedling weekly, and 20mg RU58841, with positive results and no side effects. Others discussed their experiences, dosage adjustments, and the importance of age in treatment efficacy.
Hair loss treatments discussed include Minoxidil, Finasteride, RU58841, and Nizoral shampoo. Nizoral's effectiveness is debated, with some suggesting it works as a weak antagonist for androgen receptors, while others attribute its benefits to anti-fungal and anti-inflammatory properties.
Hair loss progress update: finasteride, minoxidil, dermaroll, nizoral. Dermaroll depth 1.5mm, 3 times a week.
The emotional impact of hair loss and the risks associated with common treatments such as finasteride, dutasteride, minoxidil, RU58841, and Fluridil. People discussed their personal experiences with these treatments, including potential side effects and lowered fertility. Hair transplants were also mentioned as a possible solution.
The availability of Topical Dutasteride, a potential treatment for hair loss, which can be purchased without prescription from MinoxidilMax. Other treatments discussed include Topical Finasteride and PRP injections, with discussion around dosage, efficacy, side-effects and safety.
Treatments for hair loss, including topical immunotherapy, regenerative treatments, laser and light-based therapies, oral supplements, intralesional steroids, and new drugs like finasteride and minoxidil.
The comparison of 0.5mg dutasteride and 1mg finasteride for treating hair loss in men with androgenetic alopecia, with discussion of which is more effective and has fewer side effects.
A user's experience of slowing hair loss while taking minoxidil and finasteride, and the various treatments suggested to help halt or reverse the process.
Treating hair loss with various remedies, such as Cetirizine and the Big3 complex (minoxidil, finasteride, and RU58841), which have properties like adipogenic, anti-fibrotic and anti-inflammatory. References to research studies are also included.