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By now you’ve probably at least heard of the drug called Propecia. It’s one of the top solutions that come to mind when you think of male pattern baldness. It’s been available in the Australian market, and globally, for quite some time. But what exactly is it, and how can a pill help prevent baldness?
Propecia consists of the active ingredient Finasteride, which is the generic name for it. This drug was discovered in the early 1990’s, when a medical study on children in the Caribbean determined that those with a certain genetic mutation had lower levels of dihydrotestosterone (DHT). These decreased levels of DHT proved through time, that upon maturity the subjects, as adults, commonly had smaller prostates. This study was noted by the basic-research chief at Merck pharmaceuticals at the time. His intention was to help men who suffered from an enlarged prostate. The drug was eventually marketed for this cause, and found to later also be helpful in the prevention of male pattern baldness.
What Finasteride does is aid in preventing testosterone from converting to DHT. DHT is five times more potent than testosterone itself and the body will naturally convert some testosterone to DHT. Having an excess of DHT in the body has an effect on male pattern baldness. By blocking DHT, the activity of Androgen in the scalp is decreased. It is believed that a larger than average amount of DHT is a major contributing factor to this baldness. The hair follicles are sensitive to this very potent hormone, and too much of it inhibits hair growth.
By reducing the amount of DHT present in the scalp, the hair follicles are able to grow and flourish as they normally would in that of a person with only average amounts of DHT. There have been significant amounts of studies performed, as this drug has been around since approximately 1975, and available to the public since 1992. Studies have shown that while using Propecia, men have regained 30% hair growth over a period of six months. That’s a noticeable increase in hair growth, especially for those who are suffering from low self-esteem, depression, and other symptoms related to being unhappy with their appearance.
If you suffer from male pattern baldness, you are certainly not alone. Over 35million men are affected by this, and of that, 40% will experience hair loss by the age of 35. There are multiple solutions to this problem, but most have undesirable side effects. Propecia is the most widely used non-prescription formula used to aid in the prevention of male pattern baldness. Other topical solutions aim to stimulate hair follicles into growing, and are often less effective. Hair plugs are a costly option, requiring multiple visits, each reported to be quite painful to the recipient. By stopping the hormone that affects the hair follicles and keeps them from growing in a healthy, normal manner, Finasteride, or Propecia, is one of the safer and more effective options available to Australian consumers, via discreet online ordering, or nearby at your local druggist.
I am a doctor working in Melbourne, Victoria.