Propecia (Finasteride) — Undisclosed Mechanisms, Potential Dangers

Posted by Dr. Michael White, Published on November 2nd, 2012



Propecia (Finasteride) -- Undisclosed Mechanisms, Potential Dangers Persistent Side Effects
Propecia (Finasteride) is a commonly-prescribed drug treatment for androgenetic alopecia (hair loss, male pattern baldness). However, unbeknownst to the general public, Propecia does much more than simply inhibit the 5-alpha reductase type-II enzyme and DHT. In this presentation we reveal additional undisclosed mechanisms of action of Finasteride, and highlight the potential dangers that can arise from use -- information and mechanisms that Propecia's manufacturer has not made available to the general public. Unfortunately, lack of disclosure regarding these mechanisms has caused many men to experience PERMANENT sexual, mental physical side effects which can continue for months, years or someteimes indefinitely -- despite quitting the drug. Inhibition of 5AR2 metabolism, DHT and neurosteroid production (Allopregnanolone, THDOC), GABA-A receptor impairment, interference with Nitric Oxide release, prostatic involution and atrophy, persistent erectile dysfunction, loss of libido, memory impairment, cognitive dysfunction, anxiety, depression, hypogonadism, gynecomastia, low Testosterone levels, sleep impairment and penile/scrotal shrinkage are just some symptoms of the "Post-Finasteride Syndrome" -- a debilitating condition affecting an unknown number of men worldwide who have taken and since quit Finasteride. It is currently UNKNOWN why permanent side effects occur, WHO is susceptible, or HOW to successfully treat this serious adverse post-drug reaction. Given these facts ...From:propeciahelpViews:819 3ratingsTime:09:51More inEducation

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