According to some hair loss experts, over 50 million men in the U.S. suffer from hair loss. While there is no cure, there are proven, FDA approved treatments for preventing hair loss.
Prescription treatment for receding hairline — a daily combination of Finasteride (generic Propecia), a prescription treatment for male pattern baldness, and minoxidil - generic Rogaine, a topical treatment for the crown of your head.
Prescription treatment used for receding hairline.
Nearly 50% of men treated with finasteride experienced visible regrowth after 1 year of treatment.
Over the counter treatment used for thinning crowns.
3/4 of men using Minoxidil 5% for 4 months reported hair loss improvement.
In one study, 83% of men saw improvement with Finasteride compared to 28% for the placebo group.
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The most common side effect with minoxidil is localized skin irritation. Systemic side effects are rare as less than 2% of the product is absorbed internally. Like most meds, finasteride is not safe for everyone. Less than 2% of men experience sexual dysfunction due to finasteride. An even lesser percent experience lowered PSA and may increase the risk of high-grade prostate cancers. Finasteride is not approved for use in women, and pregnant women should not handle finasteride.
After 3-6 months it may become noticeable that hair loss has slowed, stopped, or in some cases maybe even reversed.
Yes, consistent daily treatment is required to maintain results and increase the chance of regrowth.