Hey, i’m just writing in response to a question that has been recently answered about DHT. I recall you said that just because that you’re hairy, oily skin (skin) and i’m assuming any other DHT physical signs, cited as byproducts of DHT, don’t indefinitely mean that you have alot of DHT. I guess I dont follow that notion, could you please elaborate. I only ask out of curiosity, considering any site that talks about DHT, describes these attributes as a indictive of DHT. Granted, I know that some of the “symptoms” listed definitely have alot to do with genetic blueprints. But, most men start to get hairy in their 20’s like the case of my father and others I know of. Then they started to bald around them. I’d hypothetically assume that since they didn’t have enough DHT to fill in their blueprints at the time. I know DHT only has physical characteristics if you’re genetic blueprint follows, but when you’re blueprint does and the DHT feeds it, wouldn’t that be indicative of DHT?
DHT causes many secondary sex characteristics after puberty, such as hair in different parts of the body (groin, underarms, chest, nose, ear, etc…). I really do not understand your questions. If by genetic blueprint you mean a balding pattern in your family line, then yes, you can inherit it. DHT is a byproduct of testosterone metabolism and all men who make testosterone will make DHT unless they have a genetic defect.