Dihydrotestosterone

What is Dihydrotestosterone?

Dihydrotestosterone is a sex steroid and androgen hormone. The enzyme 5α-reductase synthesizes DHT in the prostate, testes, hair follicles, and adrenal glands. This enzyme reduces the 4,5 double-bond of the hormone testosterone.

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I'm a female experiencing male pattern baldness. I am a vegetarian for 15 years. What causes too much DHT & 5 Alpha Reductase? I understand...

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Brief Answer:
DHT and 5 alpha reductase

Detailed Answer:
Good day,
Noted your concern.
Male pattern baldness or androgenic alopecia is testosterone...

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doc what are normal levels of Dihydrotestosterone in blood and what is peak time to reach max Dihydrotestosterone levels in blood after sex or...

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Normal range of dihydrotestosteron was 19.5–50.9–101.5 (ng/100 ml),,,
dihydrotestosterone is the active hormone at...

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Does adderall lower dht?

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Brief Answer:
No,

Detailed Answer:
Hi,

Thanks for your query.

I would consider DHT in your query means Dihydrotestosterone.

No, Adderall does not...

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