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Propecia is especially discovered to reduce the appearance of male pattern baldness. It works by inhibiting the production of a certain hormone that leads to baldness. The medicine contains Finasteride, which is known to improve the receding hairline on either side of an above your forehead. The medicine is effective in most men; a large number of men using Propecia experience some benefit from its use. It stops hair growth from progressing. It is also believed that medicine can help regrow lost hair. Propecia doesn’t cure hair loss, but it works by slowing down the hair loss progression. Moreover, it will only work over the long term if you continue taking it.
Daily use of Propecia for three months is necessary before seeing a noticeable improvement. Continued use is recommended to get benefits, and when you stop, you will see a reversal of what the hair loss drug did in the last twelve months.
Uses of Propecia
Propecia treats male pattern baldness, at the crown as well as in the middle of the scalp. With regular use, you will see thicker hair and slower hair loss. The medicine is clinically approved and tested to treat hair loss in men by blocking dihydrotestosterone (DHT) hormone.
Propecia contains Finasteride, which works by blocking the conversion of the male hormone testosterone into more potent androgen dihydrotestosterone (DHT), the hormone responsible for causing hair loss. DHT is not the exact cause of hair loss, as the cause is inherited a tendency to shed hair. But, it is believed that the expression of one’s heredity regarding hair loss can only develop in the presence of DHT.
Effects of Propecia
The medicine is extremely beneficial in regrowing visible hair. Once you begin the treatment with Propecia, you may see a decrease in the hair loss in as little as three months. After the regular usage for 6 to 12 months, you will be able to see new hair growth. If it doesn't benefit you after twelve months, it is not likely to work anymore.
Propecia is available in the pill form for oral administration. One pill is taken once a day. Keep in mind that there are no additional benefits from taking it more than one tablet per day. If you miss a day, it’s fine, just skip it and get back to your next dosing schedule. Avoid taking two doses to make up for the missed one.
Note that Propecia (Finasteride) is not approved for use by women.
Side effects with the use of Propecia may occur like any other prescription medication. Some men using this hair loss drug may experience a reaction to Finasteride. Let your dermatologist if you are allergic to Finasteride and experience any side effects caused by it.