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    Thanks for answering my question. I have another one:

    I was relatively unaware of spiro until that one topic popped up with the dude who looked effeminate after taking it. Is the risk much smaller if you apply it topically versus taking it orally? Obviously, biological gradient is everything and mode of intake affects efficacy greatly. I guess, my question is, how much less likely are you to have sides from spiro topically (if such research exists)? Thanks again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigThinker View Post
    Thanks for answering my question. I have another one:

    I was relatively unaware of spiro until that one topic popped up with the dude who looked effeminate after taking it. Is the risk much smaller if you apply it topically versus taking it orally? Obviously, biological gradient is everything and mode of intake affects efficacy greatly. I guess, my question is, how much less likely are you to have sides from spiro topically (if such research exists)? Thanks again.
    Don't take spiro; it will literally turn you into a girl.

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    Quote Originally Posted by clandestine View Post
    Don't take spiro; it will literally turn you into a girl.
    On a serious note, any particular reason not too?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheSuburbs View Post
    On a serious note, any particular reason not too?
    I am being serious. Do some research. It will feminize you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigThinker View Post
    Thanks for answering my question. I have another one:

    I was relatively unaware of spiro until that one topic popped up with the dude who looked effeminate after taking it. Is the risk much smaller if you apply it topically versus taking it orally? Obviously, biological gradient is everything and mode of intake affects efficacy greatly. I guess, my question is, how much less likely are you to have sides from spiro topically (if such research exists)? Thanks again.
    A LOT LESS, I've been using spiro 5% for months now and I haven't seen any side effects. A lot of people use this product and have had no side effects. Now, if you take it orally your going to have a higher chances of getting the feminism side effects but some men are still not effected by it. I guess it all depends how your body takes it?

    check out the link below, alot of men that work out use spiro %5 with zero side effects.

    Quote Originally Posted by TheSuburbs View Post
    On a serious note, any particular reason not too?
    I believe that topical spiro 5% is not a threat at all, Like I mention before I have been taking it for months and nothing.

    check out this link, this man regrow a lot of hair with spiro 5% and other products with out using Fin.

    http://forum.bodybuilding.com/showth...hp?t=142250361

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    Quote Originally Posted by dex89 View Post
    A LOT LESS, I've been using spiro 5% for months now and I haven't seen any side effects. A lot of people use this product and have had no side effects. Now, if you take it orally your going to have a higher chances of getting the feminism side effects but some men are still not effected by it. I guess it all depends how your body takes it?

    check out the link below, alot of men that work out use spiro %5 with zero side effects.



    I believe that topical spiro 5% is not a threat at all, Like I mention before I have been taking it for months and nothing.

    check out this link, this man regrow a lot of hair with spiro 5% and other products with out using Fin.

    http://forum.bodybuilding.com/showth...hp?t=142250361
    Any results from Spiro?

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    Sorry for the late reply mate, thickening wise it didn't help me out but I stop shedding around the area.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dex89 View Post
    A LOT LESS, I've been using spiro 5% for months now and I haven't seen any side effects. A lot of people use this product and have had no side effects. Now, if you take it orally your going to have a higher chances of getting the feminism side effects but some men are still not effected by it. I guess it all depends how your body takes it?

    check out the link below, alot of men that work out use spiro %5 with zero side effects.



    I believe that topical spiro 5% is not a threat at all, Like I mention before I have been taking it for months and nothing.

    check out this link, this man regrow a lot of hair with spiro 5% and other products with out using Fin.

    http://forum.bodybuilding.com/showth...hp?t=142250361

    Those aren't 'side effects', the INTENDED effect with 'Spiro' is feminisation and reduction in testosterone.
    Topically is one thing, but if you take it orally and you're not having gender reassignment surgery then you're insane (I know you're not saying you're taking them orally, but some guys are).

    The whole thing is just...urgh, it makes me shiver, even the name 'Spiro'... just creepy.

    It's like the real dark side of this whole thing, guys taking this crazy stuff that screws them up and they know it screws them up.

    In all honesty, it's more dangerous than most illegal drugs for your long term health and well being.

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    I've used topical spiro for months with no problems. Also, I think you guys are overstating the effects of oral spiro at that dosage. The person you're referencing took a relatively low dose (100 mg) to stop his hair loss, and quite frankly, he looked pretty feminine to begin with. He was also wearing a great deal of make-up in the after photo as he was taking a picture for some lame vampire book or something (I read through a lot of his thread). AFAIK, you need to take at least 200 mg per day before you start venturing into chemical castration territory. After puberty, things like this can't change your bone structure or anything I don't think, it'll just make your skin look a bit more feminine. Please correct me if I'm wrong. There isn't a lot of research on spiro in men for obvious reasons.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aames View Post
    I've used topical spiro for months with no problems. Also, I think you guys are overstating the effects of oral spiro at that dosage. The person you're referencing took a relatively low dose (100 mg) to stop his hair loss, and quite frankly, he looked pretty feminine to begin with. He was also wearing a great deal of make-up in the after photo as he was taking a picture for some lame vampire book or something (I read through a lot of his thread). AFAIK, you need to take at least 200 mg per day before you start venturing into chemical castration territory. After puberty, things like this can't change your bone structure or anything I don't think, it'll just make your skin look a bit more feminine. Please correct me if I'm wrong. There isn't a lot of research on spiro in men for obvious reasons.


    You're still INSANE if you take ANY dose of a chemical like spiro.

    God only knows what it'll do to your body long term.

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