When I get all my hair back, which I should in about 4 more months by the growth I've already achieved (been doing this for about a month and a half), my hope is to stop taking fin and min, and have my scalp blood tested weekly for DHT and compare it to my serum DHT levels. My hope is that I notice no more hairloss and levels to remain equal between the two so that I can confirm my suspicion that it was an outside factor that caused a rise of DHT in my scalp and that my above methods actually resolve the underlying factors that lead to DHT accumulation.
This very well could be the case with Trenbolone and Deca. Although they are Progestins and should by all rights express the same or similar characteristics of their parent hormone Progesterone, their modifications may grant them some other strange and quirky mechanisms in the body that result in activity that is contrary to what we might expect. Although it does not occur to everyone who uses Trenbolone or Deca, there are many who have reported increased Prolactin levels as a result of the use of these compounds, as evidenced by bloodwork results these people have shared with others. The only way we can ever know if this is the truth is if further studies are conducted on test subjects with these two compounds. But as a result of the prohibition of anabolic steroids , the social stigma placed upon them, and the criminalization of them in the United States, it is very hard to foresee that we will be able to find answers to these questions any time soon.