An answer for those battling hair loss

As people age, there are changes we all must except.  Our bodies don’t move as fast as they once did, small wrinkles begin to appear on our face, and for some, their hair starts to thin.  While all of these changes can be tough to handle, male pattern baldness is particularly troubling.  However, science has made some significant advances in this department.  WebMD claims,  “For the first time in history it is now possible to stop or slow the progression of hair loss and to replace lost hair through surgery with completely natural results.”

An option, Propecia
Like many drugs, the power of Propecia was discovered by accident.  Originally drug makers were hoping this medication would treat enlarged prostates and instead, found out this medication could help people grow hair.  Propecia is said to alter a chemical, DHT, that leads to hair loss.  “It is DHT that shrinks or miniaturizes the hair follicle, which eventually leads to baldness. This 60% reduction in DHT has proven to stop the progression of hair loss in 86% of men taking the drug during clinical trials,” WebMD stated in a recent article.

Patient reviews
“I have taken Propecia for almost 8 years, since I started noticing I was loosing my hair at 19. My hair loss almost has completely stopped. My hairline fell by over half an inch my senior year of high school. It’s probably fallen another half and inch in seven years. That’s pretty slow comparatively speaking,” one user wrote.

“I have been on Propecia about 7 years and I think it really works. My hair actually got a little thicker and I don’t have the receding hairline that my older and younger brothers have.”

I’m 40 yr. old male who has now taken this medication for a year. My doctor had taken a picture of my scalp upon the on set of the written script and another one year later. The result is approx. 30% more hair in the effected area and I’m hoping it will continue to improve.”

Propecia is available through Edrugstore, a safe and secure online pharmacy.

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