Tuesday, October 25, 2022
Mukesh is a male in his early 30s and over the last few years, he has started experiencing male-pattern baldness.
Male pattern baldness affects roughly one in two men. While substantial hair loss isn't typically seen until a man is in his late forties, some men display major symptoms much earlier.
As you can see from the before photos, Mukesh has started to experience hair loss on the crown and sides of his hair.
After extensive research, Mukesh feels like he has now been able to make the best choice for himself and his family. After exploring the many different options and trialling a few drug-free alternatives such as a LED cap, which did thicken the hair, he soon realised he needed something to block the excessive production of DHT (Dihydrotestosterone), so started taking Finasteride.
So, what does DHT do to your hair? DHT, a sex hormone that is derived from testosterone, can harm hair follicles when present in high doses. DHT disrupts the hair's natural growth cycle by shortening and shrinking it, making it easier for it to fall out and more challenging for it to regrow.
Mukesh explained how he wishes he had known about Finasteride earlier and therefore wants to let others know about his experience, as in most cases hair loss can be prevented, so, acting early is important. The sooner you start a hair loss treatment the better results you should see, so, the best time to start taking the medicine is when you notice the common signs of hair loss, such as a change in the hairline or scalp or significant hair shedding.
Over the next months, Mukesh has kindly agreed to share videos and content so we can follow his hair growth journey with him. Watch out for more soon!
Mukesh- “My results with the 6-month Finasteride daily use have been outstanding. The Crown area and sides are all filled in, my barber now must thin my hair when cutting it, it’s that thick..”