Many men find hair loss (or male pattern baldness as it’s often called) an embarrassing condition that’s difficult for them to talk about. It may be comforting to know you’re not alone – in fact, nearly one-third of UK men experience some degree of hair loss by the time they reach the age of 30.
Many people believe that hair loss is a condition to be accepted as the norm in today’s society. Few people like losing their hair as it is seen as a sign of strength and virility yet most feel powerless against it. There are actually many prescription treatments available to combat hair loss, stimulating your hair follicles and reawakening them so they operate as if they were youthful again.
One medication we prescribe is very popular with those looking for hair loss treatments and has been clinically tested while delivering great results. With our prescription strength hair loss medication you can regain your confidence and enjoy new hair growth from the root.
Propecia works by stimulating the follicles responsible for creating new hair and strengthening old roots. As a clinically tested medication it is an effective treatment against hair loss. Of course, this mimicking action does have certain side effects and you need to know if you’re at risk before taking any hair loss medication.
We've created a list of possible underlying medical conditions that could interfere with Propecia. It is important to talk to your GP before taking Propecia if you:
We may not be able to prescribe Propecia if you are likely to be trying for a baby or are under the age of 18.
As with all medications there are common and rare side effects associated with Propecia and you must always read the patient information leaflet carefully before starting any new medication. Knowing what side effects to look out for is important when taking any prescription medication.
If the side effects you experience worry you or cause you any concern, contact your GP for professional medical advice.
Side effects associated with Propecia include;
What is the likelihood of Propecia working for me? More than 90% of men assessed by an expert dermatologist panel at Merck & Co reported positive results in either regrowth or strengthening of hair follicles.
How long before I start seeing results? Normally it should take about three months before any noticeable improvement is visible however some people who take Propecia claim to see results much earlier than this.
What happens if I stop taking Propecia? Once started, many people find they don’t want to stop taking Propecia due to the results they experience. It's likely that within 12 months of stopping treatment, hair loss will start again.
Can women take Propecia as well? No, this treatment is for men only, and can even cause serious complications if consumed by pregnant women. We advise all women to avoid Propecia. If you are a woman experiencing hair loss in middle age, you may find our Menopausal Disorder treatments work well for your symptoms.
Although hair loss is a common problem experienced by the majority of men in mid to late life, there is still some stigma attached. We understand that you may feel embarrassed when purchasing Propecia which is why we keep all of your information strictly private.
You can buy Propecia today and receive it in discreet packaging tomorrow.
Page last reviewed: June 2018
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