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Stop Hair Loss with Propecia

Many men can be sensitive about hair loss, particularly for those who are a bit vain. And I am one of those guys. While I may never compete with Brad Pitt or George Clooney when it comes to looks, I would like to look as attractive as possible. I think it is natural for all of us to want to look our best. But something has occurred during the last few years that is cause for concern: my forehead has become a little bigger than it was before. This began gradually, and I did not even notice it at first. I only realized that things had changed when I looked at a photograph of myself when I was about 24. I realized that my hairline was previously much lower on my forehead and that my temples were formerly totally covered with hair. Darn heredity.

I realize that many men do not care if they lose their hair. And that is wonderful! And I know many men who actually look good with no hair, but that is not me! I enjoy having a full head of hair. I enjoy having a barber cut my hair — I find it relaxing and it feels great! I have always thought that my hair was pretty nice. It is thick and wavy and, since I am only average in the looks department, I want to retain any advantage I have. So I decided to combat my hair loss. I went to the doctor and asked for a prescription for Propecia, one of the two hair loss drugs that have been approved by the FDA. Rogaine, a topical treatment, is the other, but it is kind of messy to utilize so at this point I am only using Propecia without prescription. Propecia was originally used as a treatment for enlarged prostates, but many balding men who used it noticed that their hair started to regrow.

So if you are serious about doing something to prevent hair loss, it would be wise to get a Propecia prescription from your doctor. One of the big advantages of Propecia is that it is easy to use. You just take one pill each day at the same time of day. And keep your fingers crossed that it works! I have been taking Propecia for more than one year, and I can truthfully state that there has been no worsening in my hair loss and/or receding hairline. My hair may actually have gotten somewhat thicker too. My hair loss had not advanced very far even before I began taking Propecia. Most of the recession was around my hairline and temples, and that has not gotten any worse. So I feel satisfied that I did something to attempt to prevent and even reverse the little hair loss I had experienced. And that brings me to a different issue.

The best thing to do is to begin a hair loss treatment plan as soon as you can. There is no reason to put off treatment in the hope that things will get better without intervention. You can only find out if a treatment works by trying it. I began treatment quite early, I am sure that has helped me stay ahead of the problem. And keep in mind that when battling hair loss, keeping any hair you currently have is a success. If you can stop your hair loss and prevent it from progressing, you are making progress. And if hair regrows, that is a bonus.

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