Moderator / Psy, Ret.
Kilo Klub Member
- Nov 6, 2005
This is a good observation IMO. It also might also exacerbate, in theory, the sexual side effects of 5a-reductase inhibitors.Both. But the percentage of test that converts to dht under normal circumstances (if memory serves) is something like 5% or less
BUT, since dht itself is antagonistic to the actions of estrogen, if you stop the conversion of test to dht and arent taking anything to control estrogen or supplementing another dht based androgen in place of dht, you may get estrogenic symptoms even though the actual amount of estrogen may have only increased by negligible percentage