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<p>Propecia is perhaps the most famous of the many drugs for baldness, and has been the subject of a great deal of media attention in recent years. Like other prescription medicines, it must be taken under the supervision of a qualified physician. Even though it works effectively, in some cases, discontinuation of treatment may not result in continued results.</p>

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<p> https://actorfifth0.webgarden.cz/rubriky/actorfifth0-s-blog/how-to-obtai... who take propecia experience side effects. These include sexual dysfunction, loss of appetite, sleep disturbances, stomach disorders, and increased risk of hypertension and diabetes. To be on the safe side, people taking propecia must contact their physician before starting any dosage changes. They should avoid taking propecia if they are pregnant or have certain other health issues.</p>

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<p>Propecia does not treat the cause of hair thinning but rather acts to stimulate the regrowth of hair. In its natural state, testosterone is converted into DHT, which causes hair loss by binding with the hormone. Taking propecia will stop the conversion of testosterone to DHT.</p>

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<p>Once you stop taking propecia, your hair will start to fall out and eventually grow back, but not as fast as it once did. For this reason, some patients find it necessary to start taking propecia after several months to achieve the desired results. Most doctors also prescribe a retinoid cream at least two weeks prior to taking propecia, since it has been shown to speed up hair growth. When using propecia, it is not recommended to apply the cream every day, since this may cause damage to your skin.</p>

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<p>Although it does not work to stop all cases of hair loss, propecia has proven very effective in some cases. If you experience any of the possible side effects mentioned above, do not take propecia for longer than three months, because any prolonged usage can result in adverse side effects.</p>

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<p>There have also been some medical studies that suggest that women that take propecia in their pregnancy may experience problems while nursing or may suffer from preterm labor. Be sure to talk with your doctor about this, because propecia is not approved to be taken during pregnancy.</p>

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<p>While there is no evidence that propecia causes hair loss, women who use it have reported an increase in their libido. Women who have a history of thinning hair can expect to see results within two months of beginning the medication. However, many women have reported that it takes between six months and a year for the effects to become noticeable.</p>

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<p>If you are experiencing side effects and you are pregnant, talk to your doctor right away. You may need a second opinion to make sure that it is safe for you and your baby.</p>

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<p>Propecia is not the only cure for hair loss. Hair transplant surgery may be your best choice. However, propecia will produce a noticeable improvement in hair growth in a short period of time.</p>



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by Dr. Radut.