When you say that Propecia slows down the balding process, are you talking months? Years? Decades?
Does this differ by person? If so, what’s the most common occurence for young men in their early to mid twenties with early MPB? Do they keep their hair for just a couple more years or do the effects last until their 40’s?
Yes, it differs in each person. Propecia can work wonders on men in the early balding years 20s to 30s, but it can also work wonders on men in their 70s (which I have seen). Some readers report that they don’t see the same resistance to DHT after 5 or 6 years, some report that Propecia is still working perfectly fine for over 10 years. Please understand that this is very individualized and I do not know of any statistical breakdown of age groups. Also keep in mind that even if you are still losing hair when taking Propecia, the RATE of hair loss is likely still slower than if you were not taking the medication at all.