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You do not have to accept hair loss. There are several types of treatments available to stop hair loss, including the drug Propecia. To help you better determine if this treatment solution is right for you, we have compiled the following frequently asked questions and answers.
What is Propecia?
This medication is a synthetic drug that effectively stops male pattern hair loss. In many cases, it has actually restored hair in men.
How does it work?
It is a pill that is taken daily. Male pattern baldness results because of elevated levels of DHT, a male hormone that affects hair growth. This leads to hair thinning and eventual hair loss. Propecia inhibits the development of DHT to prevent further loss of hair.
How well does it work?
In a two-year clinical study, 83% of men who took the drug did not experience further hair loss. An amazing 66% experienced regrowth. Study results are based on actual hair count. The majority of participants indicated their hair had improved as indicated by hair growth, no hair loss, and overall improvement in appearance. The drug manufacturer suggests taking a pill daily for at least 3 months before expecting to see results of any kind.
Does it work for everyone?
As long as you have male pattern baldness, which is hair loss on the top of the head or the front of the scalp, you are a candidate for this hair loss treatment. This drug is not intended to stop receding hair loss at the temples. Not all men who use this growth experience growth of new hair. It is recommended you stop treatment if you have not seen positive results within one year of using the drug.
What happens when I stop taking the medication?
As soon as you stop taking the drug, any hair you gained will thin or fall out over a period of time. If your hair loss stopped while you took the drug, it will start again once you stop taking it. Many men have taken the drug for years to prevent this from happening.
What do I need to know before taking this drug?
Only men should take this drug. It is not intended for use by women. The active ingredient in the medication may cause birth defects. Few men experience side effects when taking this drug. The most common side effects include dizziness, headache, and skin rash. Men who take Propecia can experience certain sexual side effects including low sex drive or mild erectile dysfunction.