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Propecia, also known as Finasteride, is a drug useful in the treatment of enlarged prostate. Though it is most commonly used to treat the condition known as androgenetic alopecia, or male-pattern baldness. It works through hormonal mechanisms. Namely by preventing the natural conversion of testosterone to dihydrotestosterone (DHT) in the body by targeting the 5-AR enzyme. DHT, which is a modified version of testosterone, is about five times more potent than the original hormone and is responsible for all the traits considered masculine in males. It is also believed to be a leading factor in hair-loss in both men and women.
Though women also contend with hair-loss, this product should never be used by females; indeed, it is strictly advised that women never so much as handle the medication. This is due to the fact that women have a different hormonal balance then men, and a tiny fraction of the amount of testosterone as men have. Children, as well, should be kept away from the drug.
Surveys have garnished an interesting relationship between the effectiveness of Propecia and the level of satisfaction experienced by its users. Users responding to questionnaires about a range of hair-loss treatments have rated the drug to be the most effective pharmacological means of combating hair-loss, though interestingly, overall satisfaction with the drug is rather low. This may be due to the fact that, while it can regrow hair to some degree, hair does not naturally grow forever and no matter how long a person takes any drug hair will eventually stop growing. Even if the user experiences some regrowth with Propecia, it will generally not continue after one year of use. The main mechanism of Propecia is the prevention of hair loss, and if a person only starts taking the drug after much of their hair is gone they will likely feel disappointed with the results. Another reason for the low satisfaction reported by users is the range of side effects which accompany the drug.
In males, side effects range from fairly benign light-headedness and a persistent runny nose, to impotency, erectile dysfunction and lowered or loss of libido and, in rare cases, an increased risk of prostate and male breast cancer. On top of that, Propecia may not work for everyone. And while it normally takes up to three months for any noticeable change to occur, if no, or little, results are apparent in one year of treatment, its use should be discontinued as it is extremely unlikely to be effective beyond that.
Propecia for sale in Australia
Propecia can be purchased online, but due to the risks involved, one must first acquire a prescription from a licensed physician. Some sellers, however provide customers an online consultation with a remote doctor before issuing a prescription for the drug if they deem it appropriate for the individual. Prices vary per 1 mg tablet (from A$0.79 to A$2.00) depending on the number of pills purchased, with the lower per-pill cost coming from higher volume orders. Prescriptions of Propecia can be dispatched directly to the person’s home and in most cases will be received within days.
There are a number of treatments for male pattern baldness and though Propecia is quite effective for some, it may not be the best option for all.