The researchers in this paper do point out some potential issues with nandrolone, most notably its low level of androgenicity. This can sometimes lead to erectile dysfunction (ED); another thing we’ve learned from anecdotes long before. This may be more reason to investigate nandrolone as an adjunct or complement to testosterone therapy. This would perhaps offer a greater (more focused) muscle-building effect, a reduced total androgenic load for patients and a lower chance for noticing issues like male pattern baldness and ED. It is still very early, but papers like these are highly encouraging. There was a time, not so long ago, that making such statements would be risky to your career. Today, we are seeing a legitimate emerging field for this type of anabolic research. As always, we’ll keep you posted to the latest here at MD.
I am a 34 year old female. I went through a traumatic life event about years ago. About 2-3 months later I noticed thinning of my hair overall and at the hair line. After seeing a few different dermatologists (who diagnosed me with Telogen Effluvium and possible mild female AGA), I decided to try minoxidil 5% foam, which I used for about 18 days along with topical Ketoconazole foam. I experienced side effects and got nervous about shedding/long-term dependency, so decided to stop both treatments. I wanted to know if there is any possibility that my hair became dependent on minoxidil for that period of use, and if there is a chance it could have made hair fall out that won’t recover.
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