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It’s not a question of if but when. The statement is rather ominous even at the best of times but when it comes to hair loss, it’s down-right depressing. The truth is, most Australian men will experience hair loss as they age. Significant balding on average affects one in five men in their 20s, one in three men in their 30s, and nearly half of men in their 40s. The chances of experiencing hair loss increases as you age. So it seems that there are two choices for most men to make when the time comes. One, you could go with the flow, coping with clever quips like, “Grass doesn’t grow on a busy street” or pass off BALD as an acronym for Bad-ass looking dude. Two, you could fight it with everything modern medicine has to offer! Well, if you’re the kind of guy that chooses the latter, there are some treatments available for male pattern baldness. For example, a medication called Propecia.
So, what is Propecia?
Propecia, also known as Finasteride, is a drug that prevents testosterone from degenerating into dihydrotestosterone (DHT) inside the body. DHT causes hair follicles to become smaller. Over time the hair becomes thinner and there appears to be less of it— ergo male pattern baldness. Propecia stops this process and is typically prescribed as a treatment for male pattern baldness. Interestingly enough, Finasteride is also prescribed at higher doses for the treatment of an enlarged prostate.
Women, do not touch! Literally. Women shouldn’t even touch this medication. Finasteride can be absorbed through the skin, and women or children should not be permitted to handle finasteride tablets. Additionally, women who are pregnant or may become pregnant should be especially careful because this drug could cause birth defects. In other words, this one is for the boys.
Now comes the downer, both figuratively and literally.
The most common side effect is sexual dysfunction. That may include: decreased interest in sexual intercourse, inability to have or keep an erection OR loss in sexual ability, desire, drive, or performance. In most of the cases where individuals experienced these side effects, the symptoms went away as soon as they stopped taking Propecia.
Does it actually work?
A lot of men have found success with Propecia. Many men see their hair loss cease all together and some even experience some regrowth. It should also be noted that this drug might take a while to kick in (possibly up to 6 months) for an observable difference. As for the side effects, that’s another story. Not all men experience these side effect but some do. It is also the case that these side effects may disappear after extended use of Propecia.
If you’re interested in running your hands through your full head of hair late in your life, you should ask your family doctor about Propecia. If all goes well and you decide that you’re also interested in tracking down the best deals for Propecia, the Chemist Warehouse sells Propecia at around $80 for a month’s supply.”
I am a doctor working in Melbourne, Victoria.