Using Propecia for Hair Loss

17/09/2015

SMPHair loss solutions come in all shapes and forms and one of the common drugs that’s recently utilised is Propecia.

Though, we’ve heard people discuss issues regards Propecia before, a recent story from a top male model tends to frame worries around the drug quite well.

Giorgos Tsetis, a model by trade, paid a very high price for the head of hair he sports. Now 30, his life has hardly been without its ups and downs. After being diagnosed with hair loss, he took drugs in hopes of recovery, which ultimately led to sexual dysfunction– costing him six years of his life!

At the age of 21, Tsetis, a native of Amsterdam, used the drug known as Propecia to combat his hair loss. Armani and Versace, some of the top fashion brands were his employers, and his fear was losing his modelling contracts due to the loss of his hair. In an interview with Mashable, he was quoted exclaiming the importance of having healthy hair as even those with slightly receding hairlines are unemployed by the fashion industry.

A number of scalp conditions and male pattern baldness are meant to be treated with a drug called Propecia, according to the NHS. In order to work its magic, the drug is supposed to block certain chemicals in the male body that are solely responsible for hair loss. The FDA approve this drug, but Tsetis has a different theory as to the costs. Though he admits to regaining his hair, he also made claims that for six years, he experienced low libido and erectile dysfunction due to Propecia.

His disinterest in sex nearly broke his relationship with his girlfriend, and during his emotional distress, he decided to stop using the drug. During this trying time, Roland Peralta became his business partner with a solid history working for the hair loss shampoo industry.

Using natural ingredients derived from botanicals, foods, and herbs, together, they developed Nutrafol, a vitamin supplement. Their company is making the claim that this natural supplement can help regrow hair. In a nutshell, Nutrafol’s website highlights that their use of nutraceutical ingredients can help combat the very real underlying causes of hair loss. Their statements are supported by clinical trials.

Additionally, millions of dollars in investments and years of scientific research are the sole reason for the success of this product. The supplement contains bioactive constituents that can help address the real causes of hair loss and commonly found problems such as thinning, dry, brittle, or wiry hair.

However, suggestions by UK nutritionist Jo Travers are not to be convinced. She claims not to be able to see any quality peer reviewed studies and so informs people to also be wary of Nutrafol.

This isn’t the first time Propecia has come to the attention of specialists, citing it as a cause for sexual dysfunction.

Dr. Michael S. Irwig conducted a study on Propecia and published his findings in the Sexual Medicine Reviews. His concluded that finasteride, which a substance is found in Propecia, can lead to sexual dysfunction. Therefore, the effects that Tsetis experienced were actually quite real.

Skalp provides a drug free alternative to hair loss. Our scalp micropigmentation treatment is renowned and treatment is taken care of by our professionals. If you want more details see our success stories.[:it]Hair loss solutions come in all shapes and forms and one of the common drugs that’s recently utilised is Propecia.

Though, we’ve heard people discuss issues regards Propecia before, a recent story from a top male model tends to frame worries around the drug quite well.

Giorgos Tsetis, a model by trade, paid a very high price for the head of hair he sports. Now 30, his life has hardly been without its ups and downs. After being diagnosed with hair loss, he took drugs in hopes of recovery, which ultimately led to sexual dysfunction– costing him six years of his life!

At the age of 21, Tsetis, a native of Amsterdam, used the drug known as Propecia to combat his hair loss. Armani and Versace, some of the top fashion brands were his employers, and his fear was losing his modelling contracts due to the loss of his hair. In an interview with Mashable, he was quoted exclaiming the importance of having healthy hair as even those with slightly receding hairlines are unemployed by the fashion industry.

A number of scalp conditions and male pattern baldness are meant to be treated with a drug called Propecia, according to the NHS. In order to work its magic, the drug is supposed to block certain chemicals in the male body that are solely responsible for hair loss. The FDA approve this drug, but Tsetis has a different theory as to the costs. Though he admits to regaining his hair, he also made claims that for six years, he experienced low libido and erectile dysfunction due to Propecia.

His disinterest in sex nearly broke his relationship with his girlfriend, and during his emotional distress, he decided to stop using the drug. During this trying time, Roland Peralta became his business partner with a solid history working for the hair loss shampoo industry.

Using natural ingredients derived from botanicals, foods, and herbs, together, they developed Nutrafol, a vitamin supplement. Their company is making the claim that this natural supplement can help regrow hair. In a nutshell, Nutrafol’s website highlights that their use of nutraceutical ingredients can help combat the very real underlying causes of hair loss. Their statements are supported by clinical trials.

Additionally, millions of dollars in investments and years of scientific research are the sole reason for the success of this product. The supplement contains bioactive constituents that can help address the real causes of hair loss and commonly found problems such as thinning, dry, brittle, or wiry hair.

However, suggestions by UK nutritionist Jo Travers are not to be convinced. She claims not to be able to see any quality peer reviewed studies and so informs people to also be wary of Nutrafol.

This isn’t the first time Propecia has come to the attention of specialists, citing it as a cause for sexual dysfunction.

Dr. Michael S. Irwig conducted a study on Propecia and published his findings in the Sexual Medicine Reviews. His concluded that finasteride, which a substance is found in Propecia, can lead to sexual dysfunction. Therefore, the effects that Tsetis experienced were actually quite real.

Skalp provides a drug free alternative to hair loss. Our scalp micropigmentation treatment is renowned and treatment is taken care of by our professionals. If you want more details see our success stories.

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