Propecia Q&A

How Propecia and Can Help with Hair Loss: FAQ’s

It’s amazing how much a man’s hair is tied to his sexuality, and his sense of who he is as a man. About half of all men experience hair loss by the time they’re 50, many of them when they’re just college age. While a lot of men these days remedy that situation by shaving their heads and trying to be stylish, the truth is that baldness is no laughing matter psychologically for most men. Luckily, there’s something that can be done about baldness – Propecia, the federally approved drug that can be purchased through, the leading online pharmacy.

Q: Why does a guy’s hair fall out?

A: Hair loss happens for several reasons. It can run in the family, of course, or a man can lose his hair because of medical problems like diabetes or a form of lupus. Probably the most common factor in causing hair loss in men is DHT, the abbreviation for dihydrotestosterone (DHT), a hormonal substance related to the male hormone androgen. DHT is carried through the bloodstream to scalp hair follicles, causing hair to degrade and shed.

Q: So what is Propecia and how long does it take to work?

A: Propecia is a drug approved by the FDA that stops the balding process, and often even causes new hair to grow in spots where it had fallen out. When you use Propecia, you may see the end of hair loss within three months, and you may see new hair begin to grow in six months. There is no guarantee of this time frame, however, and it’s different from man to man. You need to take Propecia for at least a year to see obvious significant improvement, and some of those changes can reverse themselves if you don’t stay with the drug beyond the first year. Nine out of 10 patients who have taken Propecia for two years have seen their hair loss end, and two-thirds of them have grown some new hair. 

Q: I’ve never heard of Propecia. Is it new?

A: No. Actually, Propecia was approved for prescription use more than a decade ago, and has been used by countless men since.

Q: Why do I need a prescription drug? Don’t people rub tonics and creams on their scalps to grow hair?

A: If they do, it’s not legal and it won’t work. The FDA banned all non-prescription creams, lotions, and other products that claimed to grow new hair or stop baldness in the 1980’s. But Propecia has been proven effective in the majority of cases. By ordering Propecia through established and reputable online pharmacy, you will be buying an FDA-approved product that has been proven to work in clinical trials.

Q: Some women have male pattern baldness. Can women take Propecia, too?

A: No. Because of hormonal differences, Propecia is for men only.

Q: I’ve got a receding hairline. Will Propecia grow my old hairline back in?

A: Probably not. Propecia was for baldness on the top and middle front of the head. There is no recorded experience so far of Propecia filling in a receding hairline.

The staff at wants to help with your hair loss needs. Call today to find out more about whether or not Propecia is right for you.

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