After Restarting Propecia, I’m Not Seeing the Same Quick Results
i started on propecia in 06. after 3 months i saw tremedous results and my hair density and quality increased. then i stopped taking propecia for a while and my hair started thining again. now i am back on propecia and its already been 7 months since i started taking it again but i am not seeing the same quick results that i experieced when i took it the first time.Should i stay on it or stop taking it? is propecia not effective for me anymore? Your experience is common. When you stop the drug and lose the benefits, the process is often not reversible. There is still value in the drug, but the greatest impact is for the initial use period and it must be maintained without interruption.
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"Finasteride treats male pattern hair loss by blocking the body's production of a male hormone in the scalp that stops hair growth."
"If you are taking finasteride to treat male pattern hair loss, you should know that finasteride controls hair loss, but does not cure it. It may take at least 3 months before you see any benefit. Continue to take finasteride even if you have already seen an effect. Do not stop taking finasteride without talking to your doctor. If you stop taking finasteride, you will probably lose the hair you have regrown within 12 months of stopping your treatment
Help! I'm going bald — Jamaica Observer
These creams include Minoxidil, Propecia and Rogaine. "Because it's an hormonal thing, we have no end of research being done in order to speed the process up for finding treatment for hair loss," Dr Oates explained.
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