What is Propecia?
Propecia contains the active ingredient Finasteride which is the first and only treatment...
What is Propecia?
Propecia contains the active ingredient Finasteride which is the first and only treatment for male pattern balding which is FDA approved. You can buy Propecia only with a doctor's prescription though you may be able to order Propecia online if you live in some countries where it is less restricted. Propecia should only be used by adult males, never by female patients or children.
How does Propecia Work?
When you buy Propecia, it comes as tablets which are taken orally. The medicine enters the body quickly and inhibits an enzyme which causes testosterone to be converted to dihydrotestosterone (DHT). Naturally-occurring DHT plays a role in male pattern baldness. By reducing the levels of DHT in the body, Propecia can stimulate hair growth as well as prevent further hair loss. Propecia only affects hair growth on the top of the head and mid area of the scalp so it will not cause hair growth anywhere else. Because DHT also is involved with prostate growth, Propecia can also be used as a treatment for benign prostatic hyperplasia. However, patients typically order Propecia in another brand form for treating this condition.
How to take Propecia
When you order Propecia, you will be provided a leaflet describing how to take the drug. Read this leaflet every time you buy Propecia because different forms of the drug may require different instructions for use. Typically, Propecia is taken as an oral tablet once per day. It may be taken with or without meals. To get the best results from your Propecia order, it should be taken regularly. Try to take it at the same time every day so the drug levels remain constant in your body. Results from taking Propecia often take up to 3 months to appear. If you stop taking Propecia, any new hair growth will typically be lost in a period of one year. To maintain hair growth from the medicine, you will need to order Propecia consistently. Propecia is coated with a protective seal. If this seal becomes broken in any way, the medicine should not be touched by women who could be or become pregnant