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Preventing Hair Loss Can Kill Erections – Unless You Do This

Benjamin Franklin is quoted as saying “Beer is proof that God loves us.”

Personally, I’m not a huge fan of beer… I think it’s sex that makes life worth living…

And there is very little I would do if I knew it would give me bad sexual side effects.

But what lots of men don’t know is that certain drugs can cause serious sexual side effects – even after you’re done taking them.

And the common hair loss medication Propecia is one drug that can cause LONG-TERM sexual dysfunction.

So, before you take that stuff (or if you already have) be sure you read this article.

Persistent Sexual Side Effects of Finasteride for Male Pattern Hair Loss

I’d rather be bald…

Propecia, a popular hair loss drug, has been shown to create persistent sexual side effects even after you discontinue treatment.

Scientists already knew that Propecia had sexual side effects…

But they thought that the sexual side effects would go away once you went off the drug, and normal performance would return.

However, for some men, that’s not the case.

The Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency of the United Kingdom and the Swedish Medical Products Agency recently updated their patient information leaflets to include this statement:

“…persistence of erectile dysfunction after discontinuation of treatment with Propecia has been reported in post-marketing use.”

In this study, the researchers wanted to see exactly what kind of sexual side effects Propecia causes – even after men stop using it.

And they wanted to know if it was just ED (which is awful) or if there were other side effects as well.

“We conducted standardized interviews with 71 otherwise healthy men aged 21–46 years who reported the new onset of sexual side effects associated with the temporal use of finasteride, in which the symptoms persisted for at least 3 months despite the discontinuation of finasteride.”

The results of this study are scary! Like, keep-me-up-at-night scary.

Men reported many different types of sexual side effects – not just ED.

These included lower sex drive, not being able to get aroused as easily, and problems having an orgasm.

“Subjects reported new-onset persistent sexual dysfunction associated with the use of finasteride: 94% developed low libido, 92% developed erectile dysfunction, 92% developed decreased arousal, and 69% developed problems with orgasm.” 

As you can see from this, the men who ended up with long-term side effects didn’t get just one symptom…

They often got multiple symptoms.

Even more alarming, these sexual dysfunction symptoms lasted a long time – with a mean average of over 40 months!

That’s more than three years.

THREE YEARS. Holy crud! I would never want to deal with preventable sexual dysfunction for three years!

“The mean duration of finasteride use was 28 months and the mean duration of persistent sexual side effects was 40 months from the time of finasteride cessation to the interview date.”

While these side effects aren’t super-common, they do happen often enough that I would never risk taking this drug – especially since it’s for a cosmetic issue…

I’d much rather be bald!

Here’s the good news: If you have taken Propecia and have experienced sexual dysfunction because of it, then our programs can probably help.

The first thing I would recommend if you’re experiencing a group of these symptoms is to accept the fact that they are happening…

Because once you accept it, then you can do something about it.

Here’s the deal…

In general, you only want to take products from Big Pharma that you absolutely must take for your health…

And only those that are proven over the long haul not to have massive negative side effects.

Remember, I’m not a doctor and I can’t give you medical advice, but I can tell you about the published risks of specific drugs and let you make up your own mind.





Matt Cook is editor-in-chief of Daily Medical Discoveries. Matt has been a full time health researcher for 26 years. ABC News interviewed Matt on sexual health issues not long ago. Matt is widely quoted on over 1,000,000 websites. He has over 300,000 daily newsletter readers. Daily Medical Discoveries finds hidden, buried or ignored medical studies through the lens of 100 years of proven science. Matt heads up the editorial team of scientists and health researchers. Each discovery is based upon primary studies from peer reviewed science sources following the Daily Medical Discoveries 7 Step Process to ensure accuracy.
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