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Male pattern baldness is a condition that is worldwide and men in Australia are not immune to it. In fact it is so common it affects 50 % of all men over the age of 50. Sometimes male pattern baldness is referred to by its medical term as androgenetic alopecia. There are many ways to treat baldness in men, and one of the most common ways is by taking a pill which your doctor can prescribe for you called Propecia.
Finasteride is the active ingredient in Propecia that comes in a pill you take once a day. What it does is it prevents testosterone from being converted into dihydrotestosterone commonly referred to as DHT. When a man having male pattern baldness also has higher levels of dihydrotestosterone in his scalp, his hairs will become thinner and thinner over time and they will also become much shorter. This is known as follicular miniaturization.
Millions of men take Propecia, but probably the most famous is Donald Trump. He is very proud of his hair. So Propecia works and it works well, but the full benefits of taking it may not be realized until taking it for a full three months and then you need to keep taking it for it to continue working. If you stop taking Propecia then you will slowly go back to the same condition you had before. You can expect to lose all the hair you regained within one year of stopping Propecia. So it is not a quick fix, and it involves a commitment to be beneficial.
For many men male pattern baldness is not something they want to live with. For these men Propecia may be the answer they have been looking for. I would suggest any man interested in using Propecia to do their own research. If you’ve known someone who has used it maybe they could offer you some insights.
Propecia is available in Australia, but be aware you will need a valid Australian prescription before it can be shipped to you. The usual prescription is for 28 days and each tablet contains 1mg of the active ingredient finasteride.
Side effects and precautions
Before taking Propecia it would probably be best to talk to your doctor about your condition so he can better explain the possible results you can expect from taking it, because Propecia also comes with some risk of suffering some negative side effects. In Australia’s, patient information sheet they state the side effect in very clear language, the problem is many people do not read the enclosed leaflet. Some of the side effects include impotence, decreased sex drive, increased breast size with lumps and nipple discharge, testicular pain, the possibility of sterility, ejaculation problems, cognitive issues, suicidal thoughts and depression that some men say they continue to have long after discontinuing taking Propecia. The adverse side effects from using Propecia have even been given there own designation from patients and doctors as “post-finasteride syndrome” (PFS).
Also Propecia holds some special concerns because women need to be careful in their handling of Propecia, especially when pregnant. They should probably never handle the pill itself, but the pill is coated with a protective layer if it is whole. If the pill is broken or crushed however the woman’s baby could suffer birth defects as the active ingredients can be absorbed through the skin. Health officials warn women not to even touch Propecia because doing so could cause genital malformations in an unborn male.
I am a doctor working in Melbourne, Victoria.