Taking 2 Mg Propecia
Posted by on April 10th, 2009 at 03:31pm
Dear Dr. Rassman,
I know there is no standardized evidence to say one way or another, but in your opinion is 2 mg of Propecia (1 mg taken in the AM, 1 mg taken at night) increasingly effective at preventing hairloss than 1 mg Propecia?
The reason I ask is I have been taking 2 mg Propecia daily for nearly 3 years now, and have started to experience “clumpy” semen and painful ejaculation. I am thinking that is due to a side effect of Propecia. I am kind of in a dilemma now … [visit site to read more]
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Start using the Rogaine, Propecia, etc. but
That if he's starting to lose it, there's no way to un-ring that bell. These products can slow down the rate of hair loss, but generally only in certain areas, and they won't stop it entirely. Hopefully some day there will be the technology to stop hair loss or regrow hair, but that day hasn't come yet. In the meantime, have him get a good (short) haircut and make sure he knows that you could care less what kind of hair he has. Guys are sensitive about losing hair the way women are sensitive about gaining weight, so tread lightly.
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.