Well I think it is relevant because if you had normal iodine levels before the atomidine then you could of made your hairloss worse, too much iodine in the body is very bad for hair so mabe you should of got tested before you started. How bad are you shedding now?
Is anyone else suffering from fatigue aswell?
Hmmm this is interesting, Definatly don't think I have high t tho, I lack energy, low libido, hard to make gains in the gym, hard to lose fat, patchy beard and no chest hair. If I had high t all of those would be the complete opposite. Did you get cortisol or thyroid or dht checked.ockquote>
Anyone who's taking that atomidine have you actually had your iodine levels checked because that can actually cause your hairloss to get worse if you originally had normal levels of iodine.
I just had a discussion which you will find interesting. Did you have a lot of energy on B5, and then sort of crashed? You could very well be suffering from low T and low estrogen.
Here is a quote
"So while I was on the B5 I had crazy energy, and very good libido which is what one would expect from high testosterone like that.
B5 must be increasing Coenzyme A and amplifying steroid-genesis.
After I was off the B5 for awhile I sort of crashed and never really felt the same after, I stopped working out and had low libido.
It makes sense that the estrogen negative feedback loop would kick in (from all that extra testosterone aromatizing over to estrogen) and LH would drop, and perhaps in some people it never bounces back (sort of like a bad cycle of steroids without the proper post cycle therapy). As a result low estrogen would become an issue which causes diffuse hair loss among other issues (I know this through studies and personal experience from my TRT and use of SERMs/Anti-estrogens). Also propecia stops testosterone from converting to DHT, and as a result your testosterone levels increase, as well as estrogen levels perhaps explaining why propecia worked for some but not all. Low testosterone wouldn't cause hair loss by itself, but low estrogen sure as hell would."
Very interesting post and it would explain a lot but I've currently just done a cycle and I'm 3 weeks into pct using nolva clomid and an AI so my test and estrogen shoul be pretty normal by now, the only time I notice shedding is if I pull my hair then 1 or 2 hairs come out in certain places, fatigue is really annoying tho I feel like I could fall asleep as soon as I finish work. Hows you trt going are you on it for the rest of your life.
Wait, so your saying your hair loss has stopped? When did it stop, during cycle or post cycle. Maybe doing a cycle/post cycle returned your hormone levels to normal. Does trt=testosterone replacement therapy? I am not on any therapy, my body is producing those T levels naturally. I switched out my meat for tofu and my almond milk for soy in an attempt to lower my T levels and see if the shedding stops.
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