Propecia was the first FDA approved drug to treat male pattern baldness. Male pattern baldness will affect the crown, or top of the head and the front middle area of the head. Propecia works by blocking the formation of the male hormone, DHT. DHT is important because it restricts or shrinks the hair follicles, making hair come out smaller and smaller over time. This can also cause the hair to fall out prematurely. When Propecia blocks DHT, it prohibits the hormone from forming in the scalp, allowing the follicle to relax and hair to grow naturally again.
Scientists that have studied DHT think there might be a link between DHT, or dihydrotestosterone, and hair follicles. Scientists feel this link is hereditary. With Propecia, the bonding that forms between DHT and the hair follicle is stopped, allowing the hair to grow back in, or at least slowing down the process for significant results. Studies on the link between DHT and hereditary male pattern baldness are still ongoing.
Clinical studies have been done on Propecia over varying time spans that have proven, verifiable results. These results, over a period of 12 months and a period of five years, have shown the hair regrowth and less or no continuing hair loss. The findings for these clinical studies have been photographed and documented by third party panels to assure the validity of the research. With these results, it is found that two out of three men that consistently used Propecia as directed saw positive results in their male pattern baldness. Almost 99% of all men that have used Propecia have had positive results.
While the effectiveness of Propecia has been proven and documented, results will vary for different individuals. Some will experience a decrease in the amount of hair they lose, some will see some regrowth, while others will see a complete reversal of their male pattern baldness. Propecia should be taken for at least three months before expecting results and should not be taken any longer than 12 months without results.
Propecia has not been approved by the FDA for use in women or children. Propecia has not been shown to work for baldness in women or children.
Pregnant women should not handle Propecia if the tablet is broken or if the lining around the tablet is damaged. Pregnant women that come into contact with Propecia in this form should call their doctors immediately.
Propecia has been proven to cause serious side effects in unborn male children for their genitalia. Propecia was also shown to have side effects in less than 2% of the men that tried it in clinical studies. These side effects disappeared after Propecia was removed from treatment. The side effects included diminished libido, a difficulty in performing and a decrease of semen.
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