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- Jan 10, 2010
The difference can be estimated. Only about 2% of testosterone is converted to DHT. And DHT has 2-10x the affinity for the AR as testosterone.
So while blocking DHT will inhibit gains, how much will probably be very low. There is a greater possibility of low DHT causing other negative effects such as lower sex drive or other unknown physiological or psychological effects.
If you aren't concerned with a 5-10% difference in results (probably .5 to 1 pound per year if you are making good gains) then I wouldn't worry about blocking DHT.
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