Poor hair health commonly takes one of the following forms:
Telogen Effluvium is the name given to temporary hair thinning from any area of the scalp and is common post pregnancy, after a period of stress or hormonal changes or as a result of poor diet. The hair follicles are interrupted, go into a resting phase and stay that way for months. After that hair tends to fall out in chunks, which is frightening to many people. The good news is that in most cases telogen effluvium is temporary and the hair growth will eventually return to normal. Women suffer from this more than men because one of the causes are the hormonal changes of childbirth or hormonal changes that result from stopping oral contraceptives. Some women may find that their hair drops out three months after giving birth, but usually returns to normal about a year later. Other causes of telogen effluvium can be major surgery, crash diets, hypo or hyper thyroidism, infections or other physical or mental traumas like being involved in an accident, the death of a loved one or even divorce. Medications that cause telogen effluvium are often blood thinners or drugs that treat high cholesterol.
I am not sure man i am guessing it would be but you never know. Is maxhair a topical dht blocker? All topical hair blockers would be fine, what i am worried about most is propecia and mixing it with certain steroids may have a negative effect on hairgrowth. I didn't know deca would have a negative effect on hair if taken with dht blocker. Allot of people do a test E and deca cycle and they arent aware that useing a dht blocker while on this cycle would actually cause the hairloss they thought they were stopping. There is not much detail on many different steroid types and there effects on dht conversion. I would really like to see some one with more knowledge put together a better thread with more detail on other steroids.