Can Propecia® also regrow natural visible hair?
After six months, men may begin to experience regrowth. In clinical studies, this was not just "peach fuzz," but real hairand growth occurred on both the vertex (at the top of the head) and the anterior mid-scalp area. There is not sufficient evidence that Propecia® works for recession at the temporal areas. Generally, men will not be able to grow back all of the hair they have lost. If you stop taking Propecia®, you will likely lose any hair you have gained within 12 months of stopping treatment. If Propecia® does not work within 12 months, further treatment is unlikely to be of benefit.
Propecia is scientifically proven to stop hair loss in 5 out of 6 men.
It also regrows natural visible hair in 2 out of 3 men
Does Propecia® have any side effects?
Like all prescription products, Propecia® may cause side effects. In clinical studies, a very small number of men experienced certain side effects, such as: less desire for sex, difficulty achieving an erection, or a decrease in the amount of semen. Each of these side effects occurred in less than 2% of men. These side effects were reversible and went away in men who stopped taking Propecia®. They also disappeared in most men (58%) who continued taking Propecia®.
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