In this video i am going to talk to you about propecia and the dangerous side effects from taking it that doctors are not talking about .
Here is a quick rundown of what you will learn: First i will talk to you about propecia:
Next i will discuss all the use of propecia in the hair loss industry and some of the facts surrounding (The Hair Loss Pill ) within the industry.
Then i am going to talk to you about my perspective on risk vs reward when taking propecia as a temporary hair loss solution .
Speaking of perspective i am interested for my followers and maybe people thinking about taking prescribed medication as a hair loss supplement like propecia to do their own research and comment down below if you think propecia is a viable hair loss remedy or snake oil ?
In the end you will have a handful of actionable strategies that you can use to regain your self confidence and restore your hairline making you feel more like you again .
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From my perspective, from someone losing their hair, is you have to weigh the pros and the cons of each option. So if you take the pill form, the Propecia, or the generic version of, it stops hair loss in most people and it can stimulate peach fuzz, but it's not gonna bring you back. Like, if you're losing your hairline,
I don't think there's any doctors out there that profess Propecia's gonna bring you back. So, essentially, it helps kind of stop more hair loss from happening.
A lot of doctors will prescribe this drug if you have a hair transplant.
'Cause the hair transplant, in theory, is gonna correct what you have or remedy your situation right now, but once you lose more hair that's something you have to address, as well. So the Propecia's the answer for that.
So, okay, the pros and the cons of it. It could potentially stop, it doesn't work for everybody,
but the cons now, let's look at those, erectile disfunction. Essentially, strip it down, it messes with your hormones, it's altering your hormones, so at some point in time, whether it's a month, a year, three years, it's gonna bite you in the butt. You're gonna have to deal with the side effects.
So, in my opinion, it's... You definitely have to compromise, like I said, some side effects, some money, the maintenance of taking it everyday. And what's the payoff?
The payoff, in my opinion, is very slight. It's like you're not gonna lose anymore but you can have all these hormonal freakouts. It doesn't make sense to me. It never made sense for me.
And again, in my ten years, the consensus seems to be, if someone does try it, it's for a limited period of time. It's not a sustainable option in my opinion.
It's definitely not a long term option.