Fluridil, a non-steroidal anti-androgen approved for alopecia in parts of Europe, is noted for its low side effects but is not commonly discussed. The user is inquiring if anyone prefers it over other anti-androgens like Spiro or RU58841.
Fluridil is discussed as a potential topical alternative for hair loss for those experiencing side effects from finasteride. Some people have tried higher concentrations, but there's no clear consensus on its effectiveness.
The user has been using Dutasteride for five years and noticed slow thinning on the frontal hairline. They tried Fluridil as an additional treatment, which resulted in noticeable hairline thickening after two months.
Fluridil's effectiveness and safety in treating hair loss are discussed, with higher concentrations showing potential success. Comparisons are made to other treatments like RU58841, Pyri, CB-03-01, and topical spironalactone.
User asks how long to wait after applying minoxidil liquid before applying Fluridil for dry scalp. Topical routine includes minoxidil 2x daily and Fluridil once before bed.
User asks about Eucapil (fluridil) for hair loss, its effectiveness, safety, and where to buy in Australia. Others share experiences and purchase options.
User tries Fluridil for hair loss after topical finasteride caused issues. Others doubt its effectiveness and cost.
Hair loss discussion focused on 2% Fluridil's peak efficacy at 3 months and 7% Fluridil group buy results, including shedding decrease, side effects, and regrowth.
Hair loss discussion includes Fluridil 7% treatment. Users report no side effects and convenient use, considering increasing to 10%.
Fluridil, an antiandrogen that is not widely used or known about due to its expense and lack of availability in the US. It is suggested as a potential alternative for people who don't want to lower their DHT through treatments such as Minoxidil, Finasteride, Nizoral shampoo, and Dermarolling.
Treatments for hair loss, such as Minoxidil, finasteride, RU58841 and Eucapil; the legitimacy of RU58841 products; and safety concerns related to using RU58841.
Comparing two upcoming topical hair loss treatments, Fluridil and Breezula, to determine which is most effective for treating hair loss, taking into consideration factors such as price, side effects, potential for hair growth, convenience of application, smell, greasiness, and styling after use.
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.
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.
User experienced slow gains with topical fin+min, switched to topical dut+min, and considered adding Eucapil. Another user suggested DUT may be less effective topically due to high molar mass and mentioned Fluridil as a weak anti-androgen that could help.
Hair loss discussion includes treatments Minoxidil, Finasteride, and RU58841. User seeks upcoming Fluridil group buys.
Hair loss discussion includes treatments Minoxidil, Finasteride, and RU58841. User considers trying Fluridil, questioning if it has no side effects.
Hair loss discussion includes treatments like Minoxidil, Finasteride, and RU58841. Eucapil's effectiveness is questioned due to unconvincing clinical trial and lack of FDA approval.
User asks if breaking open Eucapil (fluridil) ampule and using half is okay, and if leaving open vile overnight ruins it.
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.
A group buy for products to treat hair loss, such as Minoxidil, Finasteride and RU58841. Participants are interested in adding more people before ordering the next order.
A user named "tresslessinseattle" receiving a mysterious package of Eucapil hair loss treatment, which they are considering in combination with Minoxidil and Finasteride treatments to boost the regrowth they have been seeing.
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.
The user is considering storing Fluridil in a different container for easier application and asks if it can be mixed with Minoxidil or if hair styling products will affect its potency. They also inquire about the order and timing of applying these hair loss treatments.
The user is asking if using a 10% fluridil formulation would be effective for blocking scalp androgens in addition to their current treatment of oral dutasteride.
Hair loss conversation discusses Minoxidil, Finasteride, and RU58841 treatments. User asks how to get Fluridil in the US.
User asks if applying Eucapil (fluridil) after minoxidil foam is possible. Seeks advice from others with experience.
User seeks Fluridil for hair loss treatment and asks for reliable sources to purchase it. MinoxidilMax and eucapil-shop.com mentioned as potential options.
Hair loss discussion includes treatments like Minoxidil, Finasteride, and RU58841. Eucapil (fluridil) is approved as a cosmetic hair-care agent in Europe, but users question the level of testing required for approval.