DHT - Serenoa repens and PE question
(sorry for my bad English again)
I think I have an interesting question here.
Does anyone know if DHT (dihidrotestosterone) affects penis growth at adult age?
Let me explain why I am asking this.
I have started PE 3 weeks back.
I am 43 and because my testosterone and LH levels are well above average I started using serenoa repens 160 mg daily to avoid DHT effects.
As far as I know testosterone is partially metabolised into DHT and I thought that DHT is totally bad. DHT causes baldness and it causes prostate to grow into prostate adenoma or even cancer. Serenoa repens prevents testosterone turning into DHT.
So far so good.
But just by a coincidence cruising through another forum I have found one 13 year old guy asking how to stop his penis to grow. He was 9 inches long and still growing. One of the guys replied like this:
It is possible - another member here in the past was prescribed a drug, normally used to treat enlarged prostate, that blocks the conversion of testosterone to dihydrotestosterone. That did stop growth and in fact caused some shrinkage to a (in his case) more manageable size.
It is first time I hear reffering to DHT affecting penile growth in juvenile age. I thought it is testosterone and HGH (Human growth hormone) that is responsible for this.
I guess it might be true. If DHT induces prostate to grow at later age so perhaps it might affect penis as well… But it is just my assumption.
If it is true then serenoa repens is no good at all to use while going through PE !
Has anyone used serenoa repens and did PE? Did you grow?
I am definitely growing flacid but not sure about erect measurements so far, well I thought it is too early to measure. Now I am concerned I might be preventing any gains with that serenoa repens…
Does anyone know of any good online reading on DHT subject ? I was not able to locate one.
I think having some light on this might be beneficial to some PE fans.