Using the Avacor DHT Blocker
For those of you who have lost hair over the years and would like to grow it back, most likely you’ve learned about male pattern baldness and are hoping an inexpensive DHT blocker will do the trick. Before you purchase the first DHT blocker that sounds promising, it is important that you research various brands on the market and learn about their health risks because the majority of hair growth treatment have potential very dangerous side effects.
The third top-selling brand of DHT blocker online is Avacor. It is a three-part program consisting of shampoo, a topical solution, and pills. This hair regrowth system comes in white containers with green lettering and is widely available online. It is a nonprescription form of medication that is not FDA approved.
Although the Nutricap oral capsules that are part of the Avacor program are made with natural or herbal ingredients, it cannot be assumed that they are safe. These pills consist of saw palmetto which is a rather herb commonly used in DHT blockers. Saw palmetto has a myriad of side effects as nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, dizziness, and sexual dysfunctions. Also included in the tablets is an herb called ginkgo biloba, used to enhance mental performance and memory, but ginkgo has no commonly known effect to inhibit DHT production. Avacor also uses Minoxidil and aims to mimic the effects of Rogaine.
Misleading photos of Avacor users
One must realize that Avacor and many of its competitors mislead online surfers through before and after results photos of previous users. Their photos are taken at different angles and under different lighting conditions to deceive the public eye. In the before pictures the hair is sometimes wet while in the after shots, it is dry. One such example is of a man whose hair appears dark grey in picture taken before he started using Avacor, then the after image show it being bright white with a blow-dried, fluffy look.
Warning of side effects of Avacor
The DHT blocker, Avacor is risky and is best not taken unless one seeks medical advice from his or her personal physician. It has been known to bring on a host of side effects as the following:
- Hives, rashes, and itching
- Swollen face
- Changes in vision or hearing
- Excessive weight gain
- Pounding or increased heartbeat
- Dizziness or fainting
- Pain in an arm, chest, or shoulder
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has recently put in place a new application process that over-the-counter drug manufacturers must apply for to continue selling their medications. It is best to do seek the advice of a physician before randomly choosing a DHT blocker that promises results.
Finally, before trying Avacor, one is recommended to research this product thoroughly online. Of those who have used it and submitted reviews, a great number of them were dissatisfied with the product. Considering the combined side effects of saw palmetto and Minoxidil in addition to the symptoms mentioned above, Avacor is extremely risky.
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Hey, Alex is here.I am 24 years old and unfortunately I have been introduced to the hair loss world when I only turned 18. It was a very long and frustrating journey for me especially at that period when I was on propecia (a DHT blocker) for 2 years before I realized that this drug was killing me slowly but surely.I’m clean of this drug for 2-3 years now and have managed to keep all my hair since then without any DHT blocker.Feel free to read my post on the left hand side, in which I tell my whole story about how I’ve managed to keep my hair after the painful struggle I had with the dht blocker, propecia.I hope you find this useful.Best of luck,Alex.