Pyrilutamide's mainstream product release date is discussed. Side effects found in studies are also questioned.
User asks about Pyrilutamide release in Europe, specifically Germany, and considers importing it from China. No specific treatments mentioned.
Using Pyrilutamide or RU as monotherapy for hair loss? Share experiences.
Hair loss treatments pyrilutamide and GT20029 discussed. Pyrilutamide approval in 2 years, GT20029 in 5-6+ years.
Sprocketshead asks if pyrilutamide can be applied with minoxidil, and inquires about its consistency and odor. They want to know if it's more high maintenance than topical minoxidil.
User gained hair with topical minoxidil and finasteride, then experienced shedding after starting pyrilutamide. After 12 weeks, new hairs grew and existing hairs thickened, hoping for more improvement in a year.
Hair loss discussion includes finasteride intolerance and questioning if Pyrilutamide is an alternative. Pyrilutamide not commercially available, but may be tolerable if approved since it's not a 5aR inhibitor.
User discusses Pyrilutamide's effectiveness for hair loss, needing more time for results. Others suggest waiting 6-12 months and ask about side effects.
User shared 3-week progress using Pyrilutamide once a day for hair loss. Another user shared their 3-month progress with 0.25% concentration Pyrilutamide, experiencing rollback of 4 years in 3 months.
Treatment for hair loss, including Pyrilutamide, Minoxidil, Finasteride, and RU58841; with some users reporting success in growing vellus hairs.
Considering a hair transplant, using Pyrilutamide, the potential availability of CosmeRNA, and the significance of taking Minoxidil and Finasteride for long-term results.
A user's six month progress with Pyrilutamide, a hair loss treatment; they experienced positive results such as stopped itching and shedding, as well as regrowth, without any side effects.
Pyrilutamide, a possible hair loss treatment, ceasing to be traded due to patent laws; and the hope that this indicates it may be a legitimate treatment.
A six month update of the users' experience with Pyrilutamide, a hair loss treatment that combines Minoxidil, Finasteride and RU58841.
Tae147 has shared results of using pyrilutamide, a 5% concentration topical solution applied twice daily, in combination with minoxidil, to reduce scalp itchiness and hair shedding. Other users have shared their experiences with the treatment, as well as questions about its availability on the market.
Pyrilutamide, a potentially effective hair loss treatment; other topical treatments like RU58841 and CB-03-01 that may have fewer side effects than Pyrilutamide; and the Phase 3 clinical trials of Pyrilutamide, which is likely to be approved by the FDA soon.
Comparing the effectiveness of RU58841, Pyrilutamide and CB-03-01 as treatments for hair loss, with people discussing different aspects such as binding affinity, time of inhibition, safety data and cost.
An experiment to determine the effectiveness of Pyrilutamide in reducing hair loss, using a regimen of Minoxidil and Finasteride, with promising results. The conversation also suggests comparing this to RU58841 as an alternative.
A user's 3-month experience with pyrilutamide to reduce hair shedding, and how it may not be strong enough to stop the thinning of their hairline. Other users mentioned the effectiveness of minoxidil and finasteride for treating hair loss.
Treatments for hair loss, including Minoxidil, finasteride, and RU58841. The post discusses the potential benefits of Pyrilutamide compared to RU58841 in terms of strength and longevity.
The results of using Pyrilutamide, a hair loss treatment available on the gray market, and other treatments such as Minoxidil, Finasteride and RU58841.
Hair loss treatments, with users discussing their experiences with both RU58841 and Pyrilutamide, noting that the latter has only recently become available but may yield better results in the long term.
How Pyrilutamide, a hair loss treatment, has improved texture and regrowth of hair without any side effects for users, who are encouraged to post progress photos.
A 16 year old's experience with using pyrilutamide to treat hair loss, and the potential side effects of adding tretinoin to minoxidil and finasteride treatments.
A 16-year-old researching and trying Pyrilutamide for hair loss treatment, reporting back on side effects experienced after one week of use; the reported side effects included testicle pain, headache, and increased shedding. Libido and sexual performance seemed unaffected.
User on 5th week of Pyrilutamide and oral Minoxidil, no hair loss improvement yet. Others suggest waiting 3 months for results.
People's experiences with Pyrilutamide as a hair loss treatment, including anecdotal evidence of regrowth and reduced scalp itch when used in conjunction with Finasteride and Minoxidil.