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RE: Propecia works for me
Propecia is the best thing to keep hair thick.

But viagra will need to be your best friend.
10-27-2018 07:35 AM
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RE: Propecia works for me
I started experiencing hair loss on the crown and hairline at about 23 years of age.

Out of desperation, despite hearing all the horror stories, I obtained a prescription for Propecia(1-mg) from my doctor.

The first three weeks on the medication I did experience some side effects: mild testicular pain, tenderness of breast, and a reduction of my ejaculate.

Luckily after the third week my side effects subsided and everything was back to normal. I suspect my body adjusted to the medication - this drug does tamper with your hormones. Undecided

On a positive not, I experienced pretty impressive results on the medication.

At around 3-4 month mark I noticed my hair loss had completely stopped and the quality of my hair was like night and day.

Pre-Propecia, my hair was dry, brittle, and lifeless. I also had terrible issues with dandruff/itchy scalp that magically went away once I got on the medication. I am not sure if hair loss and itchy scalps are related.

At about the 9 month mark, the bald spot on my crown had completely filled in and my hairline was a lot stronger. The hairs that were miniaturizing had grown back to normal hairs.

I totally understand a man's reluctance to get on a medication that has the potential to extinguish his sex drive, but I think the claims may be a little exaggerated.

I believe most men who are on this medication get decent result with mild to no side effects and therefore don't feel the need to report about it(like myself).

It's the small minority of men who experience negative side effects that make a lot of noise on forums that spook the masses.

For guys in there 20s who are experiencing aggressive hair loss due to male-patter-baldness, Propecia is the only thing I have found that not only halts hair loss, but regrows hair on the crown and hairline.

I know some men will give you shit for being "insecure" and caring about something superficial like hair; they may even tell you to shave it all off.

That might fly for some guys who have the right face/head, but for most men - the difference of having hair and not having hair is enormous.

There's a reason only a minuscule amount of male models sport a shaved head.

Lastly, since my hair is in a really good state I have since reduced my dosage of Propecia to 1-mg every other day as opposed to 1-mg daily.
(This post was last modified: 10-27-2018 10:41 AM by JonVonstroke.)
10-27-2018 10:38 AM
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jacknap Offline

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RE: Propecia works for me
wouldn't touch the shit. I used ru58841 which is a topical androgen blocker and it nuked my libido and it's been over a year. Even doing a hardcore health regimen my libido isn't what it used to be. Propecia might be even worse because it's systemic not just local.

the scare stories might be a genetic thing almost like an allergic reaction though but even if it's just 1% or .1% not worth the mental, physical, sleep sexual sides for cosmetic purpose.

if I could go back in time would have never tried it. Only used it once. worst decision of my life. I'm grateful for the recovery I've made thus far though.
10-28-2018 04:07 PM
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Trumps Intern Offline

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RE: Propecia works for me
(09-29-2012 05:31 AM)BigAlexBoss Wrote:  I am for my sins, an expert on this topic - I even have a full head of hair at 32 despite dad and uncle fully bald far before.

DO NOT USE FINISTERIDE - Read up carefully about it first on male HRT forums. It may fuck up your hormonal profile and especially your libido as Neil mentions.

USE MINOXIDIL twice a day and KETACONAZOLE shampoo regularly. Thats it.

I'm surprised you were able to retain your hair with minoxidil and ketoconazole alone. Most have to add in fin
11-15-2019 07:59 PM
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Road_Less_Taken Offline

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RE: Propecia works for me
I have been taking .5mg finasteride for about a year now. No more hair loss...perhaps some minor hair growth. So I am happy with the results.

No real side affects. I have had less libido in general as I've gotten older. I don't think that has sped up or slowed down as a result of taking it. Everything A OK.
11-17-2019 05:42 PM
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Just shave your head and accept the aging process with dignity.

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11-17-2019 06:56 PM
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RE: Propecia works for me
Propecia (Finasteride) Is Poison Disguised As A Miracle Hair Loss Drug
11-18-2019 01:49 AM
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