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Can HGH cause hairloss?

bora

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I read somewhere that injecting HGH can cause an increase in testosterone and dihydrotestosterone and thus causes hairloss? Is this true?
 

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maybe if your taking a bunch and is messes up your thyroid some how.
 

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A guy on another forum I'm on said when he didn't take T4 with his HGH he lost hair.
 

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well hypothyroidism can cause hairloss and alot more

IF that person has an issue with t4/t3 conversion to other thyroid issues as GH can speed up the process or the demand may go up.

so,,indirectly yes IME.
 

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I think that you really have to know what you doing when you mess with T4 T5 thats just my 2cns
 

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I was more thinking whether HGH could increase male pattern baldness. I noticed an increase in sebum production on my forehead since starting HGH. If this is truly due to HGH, then I guess it could be due to an increase in testosterone or not?



KingJenkins21, did you suffer from MPB and regrew hair?
 

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I was more thinking whether HGH could increase male pattern baldness. I noticed an increase in sebum production on my forehead since starting HGH. If this is truly due to HGH, then I guess it could be due to an increase in testosterone or not?



what do you mean by sebum production on forehead? Oily skin or breaking out? What does that have to do with your hair?
 

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When I first started hgh, my face and skin were definatly more oily, though never read about hairloss.
 

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NO.
Without a doubt.

I've used it for 8 years.
In fact i got very nice hair.
 

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I was more thinking whether HGH could increase male pattern baldness. I noticed an increase in sebum production on my forehead since starting HGH. If this is truly due to HGH, then I guess it could be due to an increase in testosterone or not?



what do you mean by sebum production on forehead? Oily skin or breaking out? What does that have to do with your hair?
I think it's because sebum glands have the same or similar androgen receptors as hair follicles. If you increase testosterone/dihydrotestosterone and your skin gets oily and IF you are prone to hairloss then you can lose hair. My skin is def more oily after 6 weeks of hgh and I can see my hairline going back as well!!! Might be coincidence....
 

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NO.
Without a doubt.

I've used it for 8 years.
In fact i got very nice hair.
however u used it together insulin & peps like we all i assume...so i don't think your experience is 'table'. i.e. i think just a guy who used hGh alone (or togethr thyroid hormones) can know about a losshair or not. I knew a guy who had hairloss after hgh and thyroid hormones cycles. His hairloss got stopping when he started using slin. also his own thyroid hormones release came back to normal by slin.
hGH and thyroid hormones alone are very much cathabolic. So i assume,yes,they can get u to hairloss.
 

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Almost 6yrs of use and no sheading from Gh. What I do shed on is winny and tren. I also loose libido from extended use of dec and eq.
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maybe it doesn't matter if u are on hgh...but it doesn't matter when someone use it alone and stop using for many years without recovery his own hgh release and don't get to use peps or slin for example...never
so it can appens a sort of hgh deficiency which can cause hairloss IMHO
 

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My hair seems to be thickening on gh and peptides, despite higher doses of androgens including dht derivs.
 

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i need slin...when i run hgh alone or peps alone too,yes there was an increase of tghe thickness of my hair...but it get to disappear once peps or hgh are out of the blood. so,i get the feeling i need slin or a diabet med. in order to 'tuned up' my system and remain anabolized. i noticed peps or hgh alone are very cathabolics...also DatBTrue told the same time ago.
I've never run slin ,so i get the feeling hgh cycles alone have got to unbalance my system. i'll use slin or a diabet med sooner. i get the feeling it's the 'key'
 
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