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DHT vs non-DHT based orals, which are more suppressive?

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2011/04/06 11:49:41 (permalink)
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DHT vs non-DHT based orals, which are more suppressive?

I have a few bottles of anabolics , eg havoc, the one, sd... and it got me thinking...
 
i've seen a lot of different opinions on the issue whether, generally, dht-based orals eg the one, are  more suppressive than non-dht based eg epi.
 
What is people's opinion on this?
 
 
post edited by m118 - 2011/04/06 11:51:11
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    spogiderbaer
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    Re:DHT vs non-DHT based orals, which are more suppressive? 2011/04/06 13:43:44 (permalink)
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    Hey dude,
     
    i personally have no idea which would be more suppressive, but 2 days ago i read that DHT-based stuff would be less suppressive in comparison.
     
    This is what i read, i dont know if its true.
     
    greetings Spogi
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    Re:DHT vs non-DHT based orals, which are more suppressive? 2011/04/06 14:11:37 (permalink)
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    epi is dht based also!
     

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    Re:DHT vs non-DHT based orals, which are more suppressive? 2011/04/06 14:34:36 (permalink)
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    Dragon nutrition epi is dht based also!

    ^ This. Any androgen without a C4,5 double bond is "DHT based".
    Aromatising steroids are typically more suppressive.
    post edited by henryv - 2011/04/06 14:36:48
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    Re:DHT vs non-DHT based orals, which are more suppressive? 2011/04/06 17:09:56 (permalink)
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    oops, didnt realise epi was dht based.
     
    ok, umm... if you comare a mild non-aromatising nondht based oral with a dht based oral eg dplex/the one... based on my revised question, which do you think would be more suppressive?
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    Re:DHT vs non-DHT based orals, which are more suppressive? 2011/04/06 17:19:03 (permalink)
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    m118 oops, didnt realise epi was dht based.

    ok, umm... if you comare a mild non-aromatising nondht based oral with a dht based oral eg dplex/the one... based on my revised question, which do you think would be more suppressive?

    I personally don't like to hear the word mild used in this context.
     
    With any two non-aromatising steroids without significant progesterone receptor affinity at a given dosage, the stronger one is likely to be the more suppressive, I would imagine. Not taking into account the compounds' effects on the endogenous steroids.
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