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Well, magicdad, that's a new one on me. Never heard of them being interrelated. Anyway, it sounded interesting, so I did a search on it . Came up with nothing. One thing I do know though, that if you are taking any of the prohormones to tesosterone, like DHEA or any of the andros, the temporary rise in testosterone they may cause could in fact convert into DHT, which is bad news for hair and the prostate. If I'm any kind of example, I'm 56, still have a full head of hair and it's still all the original color (black) with no grey, and have used creatine quite extensively in the past, but frankly, I chalk that up to genetics.