I am in a very similar situation as Kristi, although I think I’ve lost closer to 50-60% of my hair. I’m heartbroken. Initially my OBGYN, endocrinologist, dermatologist, and several friends assured me it was related to having recently had a baby. I lost so much hair over 9-10 more months by believing the false sense of security they gave me. Finally saw a Trichologist and I do have confirmed diffuse loss, plus DHT buildup. No new hairs are growing from those that shed. The problem is I am still breastfeeding my infant… so many treatments are not recommended for me, and many supplements have to be investigated. I’ve seen some things like Saw Palmetto, etc. are reportedly not compatible with nursing. The peel seems like it would be fine but I’m hesitant to dive head first into the rest of the program. Little one is resisting cups and bottles of cow’s milk so I’m a bit stuck. Any thoughts here?
Finasteride was the first 5-ARI to be introduced for medical use.  It was marketed for the treatment of BPH in 1992 and was subsequently approved for the treatment of pattern hair loss in 1997.  Epristeride was the second 5-ARI to be introduced and was marketed for the treatment of BPH in China in 2000.  Dutasteride was approved for the treatment of BPH in 2001 and was subsequently approved for pattern hair loss in South Korea in 2009 and in Japan in 2015.   The patent protection on finasteride and dutasteride has expired and both drugs are available as generic medications .  
Tren E is exclusively for the building up of muscle mass and increasing strength. It is a steroid that is oil based and mainly used for veterinarian purposes but is made illegally as well. Body builders use it in order to minimise the number of injections they need to have. It does have very strong properties of androgens and can produce excessive sweating, nightmares, insomnia and a noticeable decrease in cardiovascular capability. Anyone who does sport or anything physical should not take Tren E. When you take Tren E you need to increase your fluid intake to make up for the excessive sweating. Other side effects include: