So the two together would provide some reduction in DHT effects, but the results would be proviron dose dependant. See if smaller doses of proviron will have some of the desire effects. Probably no way that you can eliminate all of the potential risks. Meanwhile, with your depressed hormone state, your DHT has been low as well. Maybe if you are taking proviron in a fashion to replace your lost DHT levels [small doses] then you might not be creating hair loss activity than you would have had before all of this started. That low DHT status will change as the effects of nolvadex and HCG activate LH and your testes directly.
So many mistakes in this article!
1. “Other steroids, such as equipoise, do not convert to DHT via 5-alpha reductase” => wrong, Dihydroboldenone is a metabolite
2. “It (Oxymethylone) is very quickly metabolised into estrogen and DHT” => Oxymethylone is NOT metabolizable to DHT or estrogen. It is a DHT-Derivative and hast estrogenic activity itself.
3. “Dianabol has an anabolic:androgenic ratio of 90-210:40-60. In other words, it is more androgenic than it is anabolic.” => this is wrong, you mixed up the numbers, it is the other way around.
There are more mistakes, but im tired of writing. But the general categorisation of the steroids causing hair loss is right.