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Propecia (finasteride) and Progesterone

Discussion in 'Hormones' started by beaverfury, Dec 16, 2014.

  1. beaverfury

    beaverfury beaverfury

    West Australia
    Anyone out there take Propecia before they got ill?

    I'm thinking that if Propecia can ' block the metabolism of progesterone (PROG) and/or testosterone (T)' this would not be a good thing during viral attack since-

    'In both CNS and PNS, myelin formation is also under the influence of progesterone'

    I'm scrambling these associations together out of fear rather than sound reasoning. The Zeineh brain scans - showing decreased white matter in me/cfs patients has me scared that playing around with drugs that affect neurosteroids is not such a good idea.
  2. Martial

    Martial Senior Member

    Ventura, CA
    Don't know if it would contribute to M.E./CFS but definitely not worth using in any respect anyways. The body needs Androgens and DHT which propecia works by blocking to halt hair loss. There are far better and less risky treatments on the verizon for Male and Female pattern baldness.
  3. Jon_Tradicionali

    Jon_Tradicionali Alone & Wandering

    Zogor-Ndreaj, Shkodër, Albania
    For over decade there's been Propecia patients complaining of side effects such as "brain fog" among others. This drug has ruined many lives.

    All you've gotta do is Google Propecia Depersonalization to see it for yourself.


    Interestingly the induced symptoms from taking this drug are somewhat similar to CFS.

    Symptoms list from post-Propecia syndrome:
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