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Topic Title: I've started using RU... am I doing it right? Two questions
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Created On: 04/13/2017 11:02 PM
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 10/15/2017 04:51 PM
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el_duterino
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Only erections issues sometimes nothing else
Use less and you get no sides at all and maintain hair better than anything else

You also need Stemox to help

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FIN 98~04
DUT 04~08
DUT + Flutamide & Fluridil ~08
DUT + RU ~09
RU only (20mg to 400mg/d 09~11)
RU+Minox 11~15
RU 20 mg/d (in 6ml Neogenic)
Now:
Adenogen
CB 03-01 25mg/d in 6ml Neo
 10/21/2017 10:13 AM
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Originally posted by: el_duterino

Only erections issues sometimes nothing else

Use less and you get no sides at all and maintain hair better than anything else



You also need Stemox to help


what do you think about this el dut?

http://www.ru58841.info/side-effects/

i remember reading your posts how ru will give sides after a while due to it building in your system (ru56279)

ive read online people experiencing this as well

the site above, however, disputes this with the math involved

Edited: 10/22/2017 at 07:33 AM by sunchyme1
 10/22/2017 07:32 AM
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 10/24/2017 03:06 AM
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el_duterino
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Nah that's old info
The latest info is that the sides only last a day or two after you stop, IF you notice them at all, and I have been using it almost 10 years

People who have been complaining of sides are mixing FIN usage with RU or CB - don't do that .

Use either FIN or RU/CB alone , do not mix

RU is a replacement of FIN and so will Breezula be when it's available in a few years


Just give it try and see for yourself - it's nothing like FIN or DUt where the main effect is systemic and 5ar take weeks to replenish

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FIN 98~04
DUT 04~08
DUT + Flutamide & Fluridil ~08
DUT + RU ~09
RU only (20mg to 400mg/d 09~11)
RU+Minox 11~15
RU 20 mg/d (in 6ml Neogenic)
Now:
Adenogen
CB 03-01 25mg/d in 6ml Neo

Edited: 10/24/2017 at 03:13 AM by el_duterino
 03/26/2018 02:24 AM
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Remember: You could be experiencing an allergic reaction to the vehicle itself. This will hurt your hair no matter how much RU you mix in.

I personally would get on Dutasteride.

There are horror hairline stories with Dut, the same with Fin, but based on the countless posts I've read from Dut users of all ages (including my own experience), Dut seems to help the hairlines of those that began losing it in their teens/20's.

Try it for 6 weeks, and if you notice an increase in shedding past that, discontinue Dut and get back on RU with a high dose. I would strongly recommend using butylene glycol instead of dipropylene glycol; butylene is a lot easier on the skin and far less like to cause contact dermatits; which will wreck your hair far worse than any "Dut horror stories" you'll read anywhere.

I've taken both routes, and I'd do anything to go back in time to just pop Dut 3x times a week, get great regrowth and stop worrying about hair; instead of literally destroying my density with topicals.

Despite what I said, keep calm dude. Just monitor your shedding on either treatment for a month or two, and decide what's best for you

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Used to be severely diffused NW5; now a NW2 with some lacking density that can be pulled off as a full head of hair with just a few comb strokes.

Hair is still growing; still relentless, still researching, never giving up.
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