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Dihydrotestosterone Induces Anti-estrogenic Responses

September 11, 2010

Dihydrotestosterone is often used in research settings when studying androgenic hormones because it’s a potent, non-aromatizable androgen receptor agonist. Meaning, not only is DHT strong, it also doesn’t convert to estriadol and it binds to androgen receptors and triggers a response.

Researchers in Oregon conducted a study with rainbow trout to test antiestrogenic responses. DHT and two weak, aromatizable androgens, DHEA and androstenedione, were fed to juvenile trout for 2 weeks. Results showed that DHEA and androstenedione significantly increased blood plasma vitellogenin (Vg) by up to 30- and 45-fold, respectively, and 17β-Estradiol (E2) increases were also observed with both androgens. DHT on the other hand, caused a marked decrease in Vg and E2 levels, suggesting that DHEA and androstenedione increased Vg and E2 via conversion to estriadol (not by estrogen receptor agonism.) Read the full abstract here.

The results are particularly relevant to sufferers of Gynecomastia because they strengthen the case for DHT gel treatment. Gynecomastia is the result of hormonal imbalances, and topically applied DHT gel restores balance by increasing DHT levels and decreasing testicular estriadol and testosterone secretion. Studies have shown that DHT gel causes dramatic reductions in Gynecomastia within 10-21 days.

If you suffer from Gynecomastia, you owe it to yourself to look into DHT gel treatment. It’s a safe, effective and affordable way to get rid of “man boobs” and restore a masculine chest.