Male pattern hair loss is a common problem affecting 70% of all men at some point in their life.
If you are a man suffering from hair loss you can buy Propecia prescription hair loss treatment from us online.
Propecia has been clinically proven to either stop hair loss or lead to hair regrowth in 9 out of 10 men, and you can see results in as little as 3 months.
Propecia is not available on the NHS.
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Side effects are uncommon but can include:
In a few (less than 2%) men there has been a sexual side effect such as less desire for sex, difficulties in achieving an erection or a decrease in the amount of semen. These side effects went away in men who stopped taking Propecia.
There are a number of alternative treatments for hair loss including over-the-counter products containing minoxidil (Regaine is a well-known example).
Most cosmetic and homeopathic treatments do not have good clinical evidence of success.
Surgical options to treat hair loss can be effective - ask your GP or a hair loss specialist for more information.
Propecia is used to increase hair growth and reduce hair loss in men. It only affects hair growth on the scalp. It does not affect the growth of body hair. Propecia contains finasteride.
Genetically, some men are hypersensitive to a hormone called dihydrotestosterone (DHT), which can damage hair follicles and lead to hair loss. Propecia works by blocking the creation of DHT. By reducing the levels of DHT in the body, Propecia can reverse balding.
Propecia must not be taken by women or children. Pregnant women must not handle crushed or broken tablets of this medication.
Propecia increases hair growth and decreases hair loss in 90% of men. It takes between three and twelve months to become completely effective (because hair growth tends to be quite a slow process), but most men see an improvement in three to six months.
You need to stick with the prescribed treatment for it to work. The effect of Propecia only lasts whilst you are taking it. If you stop taking Propecia, your hair loss will go back to being the same as it was before you started the medication. As part of this, you will lose any hair that you have gained during treatment within six to twelve months.
Most tests have been conducted with men between 30 and 50 years old, but Propecia is shown to be just as effective in reducing or stopping early hair loss (for example, for men in their twenties) as for older men.
Hair loss affects three in every ten men aged between 30 and 40, at least five in every ten men over 50, and seven in every ten men over 60. There are different types of hair loss, but the most common is male pattern hair loss or alopecia (balding). Roughly 10 million men in the United Kingdom live with male pattern hair loss.
Generally, male pattern hair loss is hereditary. This genetic condition occurs in men who are hypersensitive to dihydrotestosterone (DHT). DHT is a hormone found near the scalp. Men who are hypersensitive to DHT find that their hair grows for a far shorter length of time than normal during the hair production cycle.
Eventually, their hair follicles shrink and stop producing hair. Whilst it is not currently possible to reverse a man’s genetic hypersensitivity to DHT, Propecia blocks the production of the enzyme that makes testosterone into DHT. This, in turn, reduces the level of DHT in the body and so, sends hair growth back to normal.