LOSS PRODUCT REVIEW
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INGREDIENT: 1mg of Finasteride
PACKAGING TYPE: Packets of 28 tablets
Merck, and Co, Inc.
Pattern Hair Loss
Doctors believe male pattern
hair loss is due to heredity and is dependent on hormonal effects. Doctors
refer to this type of balding as Androgenetic Alopecia.
Mild to sever male pattern hair loss affects 80 percent of men. It has been found
that men with male pattern hair loss have increased levels of dihydro-testosterone
(DHT) in their balding scalps. Scientists believe these increased levels of DHT
affect the growth cycle, contributing to the thinning of the hair on the scalp.
Propecia works by blocking the formation of DHT.
Propecia (generic name Finasterine), the first and only pill to treat androgenetic
alopecia, was developed to treat male pattern hair loss in the vertex (top of
head) and anterior mid-scalp area. Propecia is proven to maintain or increase
hair count in most men.
type of Results should be Expected?
Propecia (finasterine) begins to block
the formation of DHT immediately. However, because hair grows slowly, visible
results from Propecia take some time. Most men may begin to see the first benefit
of Propecia-slowing hair loss- as early as 3 months. In clinical studies, it was
not just 'peach fuzz' but real hair growth on both vertex and anterior mid-scalp
area. Propecia must be continued to maintain any beneficial results. If you seize
treatment, any hair you have gained is likely to be lost within 12 months.
Less than 2% of men experience certain side effects. These
* Decreased libido (desire for sex).
* Difficulty achieving an
* Decrease amount of semen.
have suggested that men taking a Placebo (a drug with no active ingredient) indicate
the same proportion of decreased libido so it is questionable as to what the actual
cause is. Side effects are reversible once treatment has seized, effects appear
to decrease within a couple of months while continuing treatment for male pattern
hair loss (Androgenetic Alopecia).
is a MEN ONLY treatment for hair loss, women are strongly advised not to
take or come in contact with Propecia. Propecia may cause abnormalities of the
baby's sex organs, a condition known as hypospasdias.
(Finasteride) and/or products containing this ingredient:
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