Propecia is a popular and effective hair loss treatment; it decreases the level of DHT, the hormone responsible of making hair shrink. Finasteride is the generic version of propecia which is also available now at a lower price than propecia. Regaine (minoxidil) is a common topical solution you can try or consider a hair transplant.
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What is Hair Loss?
Hair Loss is a common problem amongst men across the whole world, especially in men between the age of 30 and 60. The medical term for hair loss is alopecia also commonly known as “male pattern baldness”. Hair loss often follows patterns as per its name, starting with a receding hairline followed by thinning hair around the crown and temples. Most men will experience some form of hair loss before they reach the age of 30, as early as the teen s. However, it is more severe in the latter years. Although some men accept hair loss as a natural side effect of ageing, others can be distressed and experience low self-esteem, depression and loss of confidence.
What are Propecia 1mg tablets?
Propecia tablets contain finasteride 1mg per tablet. They are only available with a doctor’s prescription and only for use in men. It is the only licensed prescription treatment for male pattern baldness in the UK. They are convenient to use, as a once-daily oral tablet.
Propecia has been shown in trials to prevent further hair loss or promote new hair growth in 9 out of 10 men;
It can take at least 3 months for any visible results to be noticeable;
Propecia and Regaine can be used at the same time if necessary, as they work in different ways.
What is the difference between Propecia and Finasteride tablets?
There is no difference. Propecia is the branded version whilst Finasteride is the generic version which recently became available after the Propecia patent expired. They both work in exactly the same way but Finasteride tablets are cheaper to buy.
How to take Propecia?
You take one tablet once a day, with or without food.
How does Propecia work?
Propecia decreases the level of DHT hormones to prevent further hair loss and increase hair growth on the scalp.
Does Propecia affect hair growth on other parts of the body?
No. It only affects hair on the scalp.
Can women use Propecia?
No. Clinical trials have shown that Propecia is not effective in reversing hair loss in women.
Do not take Propecia if you are intolerant to some sugars or are allergic to finasteride or any of the other ingredients contained in this medicine. Propecia should not be taken if you are already using finasteride or dustasteride for a prostate problem. Propecia should not be taken by women and a crushed or broken Propecia tablet should not be touched by a woman who is pregnant or planning to become pregnant. If this happens, seek medical advice. Contact a doctor or pharmacist before taking Propecia if you are going to have a blood test for prostate cancer as this medication can influence the result. If you are suffering from hair loss, act now and click to start your no obligation hair loss consultation approved by an NHS doctor today.