Why consult a doctor when opting for Propecia
Nowadays, due to the unhealthy lifestyle, stress, hormonal changes and many other problems, hair fall has become a very common problem for both men and women. To reduce hair fall, we have many homemade remedies and well as medicines available. Amongst all the remedies for hair fall, opting for Propecia is an effective way of reducing hair fall in males only.
What is PROPECIA?
In December 1997, U.S Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved the treatment of pattern hair fall in males by intake of Propecia. It is prepared by 1mg of finasteride. Finasteride, being a synthetic compound, blocks the conversion of testosterone to dihydrotestosterone (DHT) and also reduces the blood and scalp concentration of DHT, which may be associated with pattern hair fall in males.
Why consult a doctor before opting for Propecia?
Propecia being already approved and proven to be an effective way of reducing hair fall in males, you are strongly recommended to consult a doctor in this field before you opt for Propecia. The consultancy of a doctor is very much necessary as there are several reasons.
The utmost reason behind all is the side effects. Though Propecia is an effective way of treating hair fall in males, it has many adverse side effects. In some cases, men are allergic to finasteride and/or any other ingredients of Propecia, which may lead to quite a number of sexual side effects. Reduced libido, difficulty in successfully achieving an erection and decreased semen volumes are generally the sexual side effects males may suffer from in opting for Propecia. But, to be in a much more comfortable position, only a handful number of men, normally around two percent, suffer from these side effects, but they go away as soon as you have stopped taking Propecia.
To add to these, there are also a few more side effects caused by Propecia, which were found in some men, likely:
- Runny Nose
- Headaches, dizziness, and weakness
- Swelling of face, hands, and feet
- Chest tenderness and enlargement of chest
- Sexual problems that persist post medication
- Male chest cancer
- As Propecia decreases the Prostate-Specific Antigen (PSA) levels, which is an indicator of testing prostate cancer, Propecia can also affect the PSA levels.
These are the reasons behind why one should always a consult a doctor before opting for Propecia. As we know, with all good, some side effects do come. Though the side effects are Propecia are found in a handful number of men, as mentioned above, around two percent, every nine men out of 10 improved their problem of pattern hair fall in around just three months. You may be the one not suffering from the side effects, or you may be the one suffering from the side effects. To be sure and to minimize your chances of falling into that category of two percent, do consult a doctor before you opt for Propecia.
So for achieving the best results using Propecia, do arrange a medical consultation with a doctor in this field and consult with him before opting for Propecia.