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Question: What should one do when Propecia appears to have stopped working in controlling further hairloss?

Name:  Jim

Question:  What should one do when Propecia appears to have stopped working in controlling further hairloss?

Answer:  It is very unusual for this to happen.  As I explained in a recent post, the effects of hair loss treatment can sometimes slow down over time for various reasons but even though this happens, the treatment is still having an effect, and had you not been using the treatment the hair loss would be a lot more extensive.

Sometimes, however, we see people experience a random, and usually temporary, phase of increased hair loss (be it a minimal amount) for unexplained reasons.  My advice to you would be to add Minoxidil + MPG or Azelaic Acid to your treatment regime which would almost certainly improve your treatment response and most likely put an end to the increased hair loss you say you have been experiencing.

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